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Denver doom quaret Khemmis have announced the release of their third full-length album. The forthcoming effort, which follows 2016’s critically-heralded Hunted, will be titled Desolation and will be released on June 22 via 20 Buck Spin (North America) and Nuclear Blast (rest of world). The record was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio and will feature six new tracks.
Check out the album’s artwork and track listing after the break.
The music video for the album’s first single, “Isolation”, as well as the band’s upcoming tour dates, can also be seen below.
Pre-order the record here.
Swedish death metal outfit Deranged have debuted the official music video for their track “Struck by a Murderous Siege”. The track, which comes from the band’s 2016 album of the same name, is set to a recap of the band’s 2016 Indonesian headlining tour (filmed by The Metal Rebel). Check out the clip after the break along with a stream of the aforementioned record.
Brooklyn trio Spotlights have announced the release of a new remix EP. The upcoming record will be titled Hanging by Faith and will be released on June 15 via Ipecac Recordings. The EP will feature new interpretations of songs from their previous full-length, Seismic, by artists such as Kris Dirksen and Aaron Harris (Isis, Palms), as well as a cover of The Cure‘s “Faith”. Guitarist and vocalist Mario Quintero said the following of the forthcoming effort: Continue Reading
New York post-hardcore legends Glassjaw have released the official music video for their track “Shira”. The track, which comes from the band’s newest album Material Control, is set to an energetic live performance clip. Check out the video after the break as well as their upcoming co-headlining tour dates with Quicksand.
Read our review of Material Control here. Continue Reading
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German post-hardcore outfit Remember Why We’re Here recently released the official video for their track “T.D.T.S.T.I.B.O.R.T.U.I. ( (their desire to shroud themselves in beauty only reveals their ugliness inside)”. The intricate and melodic track, which comes from their 2017 debut, Colours May Bleed, is set to a dynamic performance video directed by Julian Pache. Fans of The Fall of Troy and the like should take notice. Check out the video after the break and stream their debut album.
Norwegian black/thrash outfit The Konsortium (Mayhem, ex-1349) have debuted the official video for their new track, “Arv”. The rampaging new tune, which will appear on the group’s upcoming Rogaland LP, is set to an energetic performance clip directed by Stein Erik Aulie of Cicknave Media. Check out the video after the break.
Rogaland will be released on June 1st in Europe and June 8th in North America via Agonia Records. Pre-order here.
Greek black metal outfit Varathron have debuted the official video for their new track “Into the Absurd”. The blistering new track, which comes from the band’s forthcoming Patriarchs of Evil LP, is set to a live performance clip directed by Stratos Kountouras. Check out the clip after the break.
Patriarchs of Evil will be released on April 27 via Agonia Records. Pre-order here. Continue Reading
French black metal entity Blut Aus Nord have debuted the official music video, as well as their first music video ever, for their track “Metanoïa”. The dark, suffocating track, which appears on 2017’s Deus Salutis Meae, is set to an equally nightmarish clip directed by The Cuckoo of Swedish avant-garde metal act Terra Tenebrosa. Check out the video after the break.
Photo by Anna Michal Paul
Chicago experimental musician Bruce Lamont (Yakuza, et al) has premiered the official video for his new track, “Goodbye Electric Sunday”, via Revolver. The track, which will appear on the forthcoming Broken Limbs Excite No Pity LP, is set to a rather somber, black-and-white directed by Jess Price. Lamont said the following of the video: Continue Reading
Belgian black metal trio Wiegedood (Oathbreaker, Amenra) have premiered the official music video for the title track to their upcoming album, De Doden Hebben Het Goed III. The 12-minute epic is set to an eerie clip, directed by the band themselves, depicting a nude, hooded man strung up by his arms struggling to break free. Check out the video after the break.
De Doden Hebben Het Goed III will be released on April 20 via Century Media. Pre-order here.