Anaal Nathrakh shared a rehearsal video for “Endarkenment”, which I missed a little while ago. So I’m sharing it now. Here you go. They’re performing that track live for only the second time on December 14 in London.
Out of Belarus, Woe Unto Me shared the new track “Blood-Black Nothingness Stops Spinning”. That track is taken from Among The Meandering Ordeals, Reshape the Pivot of Harmony, which will be out next year through M-Theory Audio.
Closing out our Wednesday, we have new material from Stratovarius, a video for “Survive”. That’s the title-track from their new album, which is out now through earMUSIC.
The Otolith, a symphonic doom project featuring SubRosa members (that I fell in love with at FITM), premiered a new track over at Metalsucks today titled “Andromeda’s Wing”. Their debut album, Folium Limina, is out now through Blues Funeral Recordings.
Closing out, we have the new music video from Bizarrekult for “Du Lovet Meg”. That track is taken from the solo black metal project’s sophomore album Den Tapte Krigen. That drops on January 27 through Season of Mist.
From there, we have new stuff from Fit For A King. The Hell We Create drops on October 28th through Solid State Records, and in the build up to that release, they gave us a new video for “Times Like This”. Give it a watch, and catch them on tour through November.
We’re going to close out the day, and for me perhaps the week, with some Harakiri For The Sky. Along with the announcement of the re-recordings of their first two albums, they also unveiled a music video for their take on “Mad World”, which you can check out below. And for those looking for new editions of Harakiri For The Sky and Aokigahara, they’ll be out on December 9th through AOP Records.
Last week was pretty fun. So much fun, in fact, that I’d like to keep this train rolling for another week. This Friday’s pairing is the otherworldly death metal of Labyrinth of Stars’ Spectrum Xenomorphand Dancing Crow Vineyard’s Corbeau Rusé.