Ahhhhh, so it’s going to be one of THOSE weeks. Coolcoolcool.
Let’s open up with one of my favorite German black metal projects in Imperium Dekadenz. They have a new album out on January 20 through Napalm Records titled Evermore, and today they revealed “November Monument”. It rules. Everything they do rules. Can’t wait for this release.
Ne Obliviscaris unveiled their first new track in over five years. The music video for“Equus” is available below, the first sampling taken from Exul. That new album is set for a March 23 release through Season of Mist.
Let’s see how quickly I can find four or five items to share from our inbox…
We’ll start with Unleash The Archers, who revealed “Acoustipex”, a reimagined version of the Apextitle-track. A playthrough video is available here. The 5th anniversary edition of that album drops on November 18 through Napalm Records.
Closing out, we have a new video from Misery Index. Give the clip for “Rites of Cruelty” a watch below. That track is taken from Complete Control, which dropped earlier this year through Century Media.
Hello once again, fellow travellers. We’re gonna keep this short and sweet today. We’re back at you once again with another edition of our handcrafted playlist. This week, I’m back on my Peter Gabriel bullshit, Russian Circles gets some nice representation, and Josh has rounded up the best track premiers from this week and beyond. What else is in there? Only one way to find out.
Last month, I discussed the three albums that led me on the way to become a metalhead after I decided to find the heaviest matter of the universe. Those three albums became the springboard that would eventually lead me to the kind of music I would enjoy now as an adult. Because my subgenre of choice was symphonic metal for a good portion of my teenage years, it became a springboard of sorts into other genres that I would end up enjoying as well. However, before we get there, I decided to backtrack into this subgenre that I have revisited with caution since I stopped being involved in its fandom in 2014. Continue reading →