Italy’s long running power metal titans Kaledon have been unleashing fantastical opuses since their incarnation back in 1998. Since then… Read more »
Long-running New York death metal pioneers INTERNAL BLEEDING will unleash a brand new single later this month via Unique Leader Records. Titled “Final Justice,” the track serves as a teaser from the band’s forthcoming full-length, Corrupting Influence, an album that promises to continue where their last album, the critically-acclaimed Imperium, left off.
Windy City deathcore titans, OCEANO, have just released their first new single titled “The Great Tribulation”. The new song comes off the band’s anticipated upcoming full-length album Revelation that is due out on May 19th via the band’s new label Sumerian Records.
California extreme metal veterans EXHUMED have entered the studio to record their highly anticipated sixth studio album and follow-up to 2013’s Necrocracy. The album will be entitled Death Revenge and will see a late 2017 release via Relapse Records.
The once mysterious depressive/post-black metal group Ghost Bath is one of those units that has divided the fan base of an entire genre. Their blend of emotionally charged material, crazed wails, and bouts of anime theme song influence have left people on one side or the other with each new release. Their most recent, Moonlover, an independent effort later picked up by Nuclear Blast for distribution upon signing the five-piece from Minot, North Dakota, has actually received a fair amount of negativity across the board. However, loyal fans who appreciate what they are doing have been anxiously awaiting the follow-up album Starmourner, which is finally upon us. But have the group improved their sound to swoon the naysayers, or will the die-hards not even find this one all that engaging?
Did you know pug fronted deathcore existed? Yeah, neither did I until the other day. Pugtopsy joins the ranks of acts like Hatebeak and Caninus, though as more of an April Fools Day gag than anything else. And this is where the follow-up single Snorts of Sorrow (yes, there was one other released back in 2013) comes into play for Artery Recordings. But does the punch-line really live up to the concept?