Nov 112019
 

Video documentary about the making of In Mourning‘s fifth studio album “Garden Of Storms”, which is released on October 4th, 2019 on Agonia Records.

The band commented on the new album: “We made a new album! It’s called Garden of Storms and it is the final piece in a trilogy which started with The Weight Of Oceans. We’ve headed back… and forward, at the same time. We’re back recording with Jonas Kjellgren who made the sound of our earlier albums, yet we have a lot of things that are new with this album. The band constellation is new with Sebastian and Jocke, we’ve worked in ways we’ve never done before, new vibes and new songs even if we planted the seeds to some of them a long time ago. In times where things kind of seem to scatter and change a lot around us, this still feels like our most solid, honest and complete album to date.”

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Nov 102019
 

‘Implode,’ the new music video from melodic metalcore band Undawn can be watched below. The track appears on their upcoming EP “Solidarity” which will be released on Nov. 16th. About the song the band says the following:

Implode is about the pressure that society puts on one man’s life. From the outside everything seems to be allright, but you can’t see what’s happening inside. It helps to speak out your thoughts:

“you can’t heal what you never reveal”. Our message with this song is to open up!

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Nov 092019
 

Celldweller continues to explore the edges of electronic-rock in the expansive universe of his upcoming 5th studio album “Satellites,” with the new single ‘Into The Void‘. Pushing the adrenaline of heavy guitars, aggressive vocals, growling synths and intensive BPMs, Klayton counter-balances the 5 minute journey with catchy melodies and vocal hooks, and pushes listeners into an unexpected twist during an otherworldly bridge.

Following previous singles ‘My Disintegration’, ‘A Matter of Time’ and Electric Eye’, ‘Into The Void’ becomes the 4th single to materialize ahead of the upcoming full-length album “Satellites”, slated for a 2020 release. Layering on top of Celldweller‘s legacy as a multi-faceted artist/producer with a multi-genre approach, “Satellites” leans to the heavier side of the artist’s sound, appealing to fans of Metal and Prog Rock while incorporating electronic influences from Drum & Bass and Psy-Trance.

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Nov 082019
 

The melodic metal band Signum Regis will release a new album entitled “The Seal Of A New World” on Nov 22nd 2019 worldwide through Beyond The Storm Productions. It’s the first album with the new singer Jota Fortinho. Check out the video for their 3rd single ‘Prisoner’s Elegy’ below.

There are 12 new tracks on the album. Among those 12 songs, there are all sonic trademarks of the band. Fans can enjoy fast, melodic, heavy, mid tempo, rocking songs and also an epic ballad.

The album was mixed by Ronnie König and mastered by the famous Jacob Hansen. One of the interesting aspects of the production is, that there are no triggers and drum samples on drums. The sound is 100% acoustic, which is quite rare for a band of this genre and therefore, it helps this album to stand out of the crowd.

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Nov 082019
 

Indie Vision Music and Thumper Punk Records are proud to present the 3rd Ep set of songs from Florida transplant by way of New Jersey, pop-punk-rock-ska hybrid act – No Lost Cause (NLC). This new Ep is titled “P.S.” and is a loving reminder of God’s love for us all and the hope that flows from that instant connection one has with the Lord. This hybrid style of music will please fans new and old to those great sounds of bands like Goldfinger, Blink-182, Pennywise, Slick Shoes, Fireflight, RED, and even 311. When we say DIFFERENT, we mean it!

Grab this fantastic Ep from IVM and Thumper Punk on December 6th. Ep will be available on both CD and Digital from both places (see links below).

“The P.S. ep is probably the most eclectic release I’ve put together up til now. I have a wide variety of music I really enjoy and I think a lot of that came out on this ep more than it has before. There’s punk, ska, rock, hard rock… The songs were all written as I was going through certain things and I just kind of wrote what I felt like God had to say about them.” Rob Jensen / No Lost Cause

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