Jun 252017

Symphonic Christian extreme metal act Symphony Of Heaven recently released its debut EP “.​.​.​of scars and soil​.​.​.”.  A lyric video for the track ‘…of scars and soil…’  can be seen below.

“…of scars and soil…” tells the story of Job from the Old Testament. Just as Job went through trials, so do we all. Come Listen to his story!

Tracklist is as follows: 1. Anno Domini (03:39), 2. Stratagem (04:37), 3. …of scars and soil… (06:42) Continue reading »

Jun 242017

Argentinian metal band Prevalece will release their third album “La Sangre del Cordero” (The Blood of the Lamb) on July 8th. this will be the follow-up to “Sin Limites” (2015). In the video below you can listen to the first single from the upcoming album, ‘Liberando a los Cautivos’ (Freeing the Captives).

Via this facebook event, you can follow the band on their way to the release date of “La Sangre del Cordero” . On July 8th the album will be available as a free download.

Unfortunately, I can’t seem to locate much information on Prevalece other than bits I’ve translated off their Facebook profile, which is also in all Spanish. Continue reading »

Jun 232017

Providing raw commentary on the destructive state of the world today, Conveyer is streaming “No Future,” their newest album, a day ahead of its release. With an amplified sound and in your face aggression, “No Future” oversteps the trends in today’s hardcore underground. Pick up “No Future” tomorrow everywhere music is sold.

Front-man Danny Adams divulges, “You’re going to experience life in a way that both affirms and challenges your understanding of loss and heartache, and I want you to know that the times where your certainty is threatened by new shades of tragedy, it doesn’t mean your entire world is unravelling. Even when I don’t understand what’s happening, I choose to have hope and faith that I’m going to be okay, just as I am convinced that the sun will rise tomorrow.”

Guitarist Ty Brooks adds, “We are so excited that No Future is finally here. We put a lot of work into this record and we are so happy with the end result. A huge thank you to everyone at Silver Bullet Studio for all their hard work that went into this release. And to everyone else, we’ll see you at a show soon!” Continue reading »

Jun 232017

Memphis May Fire have debuted a new track, ‘Virus,’ just in time for their run on this summer’s Warped Tour. You can stream the track below with more options available here.

According to frontman Matty Mullins, this track is a “whole new flavor” for the band, and they’re excited to become the “best version of MMF” they can be.

“‘Virus’ is a whole new flavor of Memphis May Fire and we couldn’t be more excited about it,” Mullins said on their new track. “We are always striving to grow as artists and with that comes a natural evolution of the band. We’re ecstatic to share this song with our fans and to continue working towards being the best version of MMF yet!”

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Jun 222017

Cellar Darling, the new band featuring former Eluveitie members Anna Murphy(vocals, hurdy-gurdy), Merlin Sutter (drums) and Ivo Henzi (guitars, bass), will release their debut album, “This Is The Sound” on June 30 via Nuclear Blast. The disc was recorded at New Sound Studio with producer Tommy Vetterli (Coroner/Eluveitie).

Do you want to know why Cellar Darling chose Tommy Vetterli to produce the album, watch the video below.

In addition, the band has launched the pre-order for “This Is The Sound” and now you can get their new album in the form of a CD or double vinyl. For a little extra, a limited digibook is also available featuring three bonus tracks. Each band member chose a cover song to interpret in Cellar Darling‘s own, unique style. Anna picked ‘The Cold Song’ from Henry Purcell‘s “King Arthur” opera, Tears For Fears‘ ‘Mad World’ was chosen by Ivo and, to top it all off, Cellar Darling recorded the epic Queen classic ‘The Prophet’s Song’ — Merlin‘s all-time favorite. Also included in the digibook will be an alternative and limited cover artwork plus an extended 32-page booklet, filled with the band’s notes on the stories behind their songs. Continue reading »