CANTO: Tanith, After The Burial, Obituary, and More

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Not gonna lie to ya, today was another weird one. Let’s get this over with…

  • After The Burial dropped their first music in a few years, so that’s as good of a place to start as any. The new double single, Embrace The Infinity, was released through Sumerian Records. Check out the clip for “Nothing Gold” here, and stream the two tracks here.
  • Obituary announced the “Barely-A-Live-Stream”, set to take place on April 22 and 23. They’ll be performing some classics from their discography on the 22nd, and then Dying of Everything in full the following day. This all falls before their headlining tour that kicks off on April 28.
  • In other tour news, Necrofier announced some dates in the Western United States, with Midnight and Early Moods. Those dates are in June, and you can see the full schedule here.
  • Sci-fi metallers Curse Of Cain shared a visualizer for “Hurt”, a track taken from their self-titled album. That one is set for a May 12 release through Atomic Fire.
  • New York City’s Tanith are releasing Voyage on April 21 through Metal Blade, and today they dropped a new video for “Olympus by Dawn”. That, my friends, is how I’m going to close out my productivity for the day. Drink time.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Unearth, Hangman’s Chair, Veil Of Maya, and More

This Tottenham/Milan Champions League finish is bananas.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Suicide Silence, Distant, Unfelled, and More

Why hasn’t my copy of Foregone shipped yet?

  • I’m bookending this list with Century Media happenings. First, we have a new track from Distant which features Will Ramos of Lorna Shore. Give “Heritage” a listen here. That’s the title track from their new album, which is officially released this coming Friday.
  • Out of the Season of Mist camp, we have a new track from Unfelled, the black metal project featuring members of Woods of Desolation, Drudkh, and Austere. Give “Veil of Perdition” a listen here. Their debut full-length, Pall of Endless Perdition, is out on March 10.
  • French technical death metallers Gorod are releasing The Orb on March 7, right ahead of a North American tour featuring the likes of Cognitive, Summoning The Lich, and Flub.
  • Veil of Maya dropped a new track today through Sumerian Records titled “Godhead”. Give the video for that a watch here. They’ve got some tour dates in the near-ish future as well.
  • Let’s close out with the new video from Suicide Silence for “Dying Life”. That track is taken from Remember… You Must Die, which is set for a March 10 release through Century Media. But I’m sure you already knew that.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Amon Amarth, Animals As Leaders, Ignite, and More

My Abbath-looking dog is god damn hyper. Unfamiliar territory. Anyway, Thursday news and shit I guess…

  • We’ll kick off the evening with the new single from Animals As Leaders, titled “Gordian Naught”. That, of course, is the latest offering from Parrhesia, which is out on March 25th through Sumerian Records.
  • Including new material from Amon Amarth feels like an obvious decision. Check out the new single and video for “Put Your Back Into The Oar”. It’s also available for purchase, if you want to add a picture disk to your collection.
  • Germany’s atmospheric folk metal project Mosaic has announced a new album through Eisenwald. Heimatspuk will be out on all formats on April 22nd. Check out the brand new track, “Wir sind Geister”, to get a sense of what’s coming.
  • And Without Waves also unveiled a new single today. “Sleight in Shadows” is the latest sample from their third album, Comedian, which drops on March 18th through Prosthetic Records.
  • This Thursday round-up has had a very Friday feel. The video we’ll close with today comes from Ignite, for “This Day”. Their self-titled album drops on March 25th through Century Media.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Hypocrisy, Animals As Leaders, Slipknot, and More


Lots of tour announcements to get to today, so let’s jump right into it.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”