CANTO: Visions of Atlantis, Abyssic, Cassius King, and More

Two down, three to go. And the week gets really interesting starting tomorrow.

  • We’ll start Tuesday with a tour. Visions of Atlantis are covering a decent chunk of North America early in 2023, in support of their new album Pirates. Get all the dates and ticket links here. And in case you missed it, that album is out on Napalm Records.
  • Actually, you know what? Here’s another tour. Parkway Drive have some headlining dates in the U.S. early next year, with support from Memphis May Fire and Currents. Tickets go on sale this coming Friday at this location.
  • Extreme doom metal crew Abyssic are releasing Brought Forth in Iniquity this coming Friday through Osmose Productions, but if you can’t quite wait that long you can stream the album in full over at the 666MrDoom YouTube channel.
  • And then we’ll move on to Satanic Tea Co. Why? Because the concept amuses me. The second single, titled “Human Tea”, which features Cryptopsy’s Matt McGachy, is streaming over at Decibel.
  • Finally, some stoner doom to round things out. Cassius King offered up a video for “Abandon Paradise”, a track taken from Dread The Dawn. Give it a watch below. That album dropped last Friday through MDD Records.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: Axioma, Allegaeon, Behemoth, and More

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Last Canto this week! Yet… it’s only Wednesday.

  • Leading off the day, we have the new track and video from Axioma for “Septic”, which is streaming over at Metal Injection. Their sophomore full-length album, Sepsis, is out on June 24th through Translation Loss Records. I’ve seen some hype for this one, so it’s going to stay on my radar for sure.
  • I didn’t want to share this news because it fucking sucks and I try to keep this post strictly to more positive updates, but Trevor Scott Strnad has passed away. The vocalist of The Black Dahlia Murder will always be an absolute legend, and not much more needs to be added at this point. Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and everyone else close to him.
  • Behemoth have finally revealed details surrounding their next album. Opvs Contra Natvram will be out on September 16th through Nuclear Blast. With the news, they also released the studio version and a video for “Ov My Herculean Exile”, a track we’ve seen emerge from live footage and such.
  • Symphonic metallers Visions of Atlantis released the third single from Pirates, titled “Master the Hurricane”. That album is out this coming Friday through Napalm Records.
  • And then closing out the day with a new clip from Allegaeon feels like a good idea. This is the video for “Called Home”, a track taken from Damnum, which was released earlier this year through Metal Blade. They’ve also got a bunch of tour dates on the schedule, if you’re into that.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: Machine Head, Wo Fat, Jungle Rot, and More

Not a happy day watching the Champions League for this guy!

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: Weedeater, Visions of Atlantis, Dark Funeral, and More

I’m going to a concert tomorrow. Like, a real one. Weird. Yet, exciting.

  • I know this is coming in super later, so I’ll try and keep this succinct. Weedeater has announced a super dope U.S. tour with Rebelmatic and others. Those dates run from early April to early June, and tickets can be acquired here.
  • Visions of Atlantis are releasing a new album on May 13th through Napalm Records, titled Pirates. That seems appropriate. Pre-orders are live at this location, and the first single and video, “Legion of the Seas”, is available here.
  • Scottish death/thrash collective Tyrannus have announced a new album, titled Unslayable. Physical copies are available here through True Cult Records, and be sure to check out “A Worse Reality” when you have a few minutes to burn.
  • And we’ll close out with the new video from Dark Funeral. Check out “Leviathan” below. Technically, that came out a couple days ago, but whatever. We Are The Apocalypse is out on March 18th through Century Media. I trust that it’s good, but I’m still looking forward to finding out for myself.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: We Came As Romans, Creeping Death, Tombs, and More

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Slow day today, let’s see what I can dig up.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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