Let’s close out with the performance video for “Caravans to the Outer Worlds” that emerged from Enslaved today. That’s footage from The Otherworldly Big Band Experience from one year ago today. As a reminder, their new album Heimdal is out on March 3 through Nuclear Blast.
Well whaddaya know? We made it to 250. This is the 250th edition of the Nine Circles Playlist and since it’s our party we’ll invite who want to, you know?
So you’re gonna hear stuff like the new Venom, Inc. which is killing anything Cronos might be doing (although thanks for releasing the In Nominee Satanas set on CD) and Gaerea who just released a killer new record, as did the noise kings KEN mode. But that’s not all! How about some vicious preview tracks from the likes of Autopsy and Scars of the Flesh? Or maybe you’re feeling like it’s an indie weekend? We got you some older tunes by Pianos Becomes the Teeth and Catherine Wheel to soundtrack your vibe. Lest you turn away there’s still plenty of heavy to be had with music from Ashen, Aenaon, Ultar, and a bevy of classic metal tracks to close things out from the likes of DBC, Sodom, Morbid Angel and Vader.
Honestly, these Fridays don’t even feel like Fridays anymore.
Pre-orders for the new Cradle of Filth album, Existence Is Futile, officially went live. So here’s the link for that, as well as the new single and music video for “Crawling King Chaos”. This is a fun thing to absorb at the end of a long week, not gonna lie.
Baltimore psychedelic project Darsombra have released a video for a live performance of “Call The Doctor”, filmed in the Utah desert. That setting is honestly mesmerizing. The duo has some live performances coming up in August as well, for those that can swing it.
Welcome to another exciting edition of our Saturday morning playlist. This week, we’ve got the outrageously good Unleash the Archers single, one from the new Vile Creature album (also a confirmed good time), a smattering of post-hardcore favorites, and much more. Click down below if you’re not a false.
Welcome to another edition of our weekly mixtape. This time around, we’ve got the Two Minutes to Late Night crew (featuring members of Spirit Adrift, Mutoid Man, and High on Fire among others) delivering a rocking Steely Dan cover, new Gruesome, some more Ulcerate because seriously this album is going to blow your mind, and much more down at the link below. Thanks for stopping by.