Imperium Dekadenz Posts Full New Album “Dis Manibvs”

Imperium Dekadenz is currently streaming new album “Dis Manibvs” in full. The album, an ambitious sequel to “Meadows of Nostalgia,” can be heard in the YouTube playlist below.

“Dis Manibvs” will be officially released on August 26th worldwide through Season Of Mist and bears the following track listing:

1. In Todesbanden
2. Only Fragments Of Light
3. Still I Rise
4. Dis Manibvs
5. Pantheon Spells
6. Vae Victis
7. Volcano
8. Somnia
9. Pure Nocturnal Rome
10. Seikilos

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Imperium Dekadenz Posts Full New Album “Dis Manibvs”

Imperium Dekadenz is currently streaming new album “Dis Manibvs” in full. The album, an ambitious sequel to “Meadows of Nostalgia,” can be heard in the YouTube playlist below.

“Dis Manibvs” will be officially released on August 26th worldwide through Season Of Mist and bears the following track listing:

1. In Todesbanden
2. Only Fragments Of Light
3. Still I Rise
4. Dis Manibvs
5. Pantheon Spells
6. Vae Victis
7. Volcano
8. Somnia
9. Pure Nocturnal Rome
10. Seikilos

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Blaze Of Perdition Posts New Song “Królestwo Niczyje”

Polish black metal group Blaze Of Perdition has revealed a new track in anticipation of upcoming third studio album, “Near Death Revelations,” set to be released on June 26th worldwide via Agonia Records.

The song is called “Królestwo Niczyje” and can be listened to via the Agonia Records YouTube channel. The full album’s track listing is:

1. Królestwo Niczyje
2. Into the Void Again (streaming here)
3. When Mirrors Shatter
4. Dreams Shall Flesh
5. Cold Morning Fears
6. The Tunnel
7. Of No Light

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Bury Tomorrow To Release “Runes” Album

Bury Tomorrow vocalist Dan Bates has issued the following announcement about an upcoming album release:

“We’re stoked to announce our third album, Runes. It will be available May 26th worldwide, through Nuclear Blast. Hold tight! Pre-orders coming soon!

“Runes is the album we have always wanted to make and we cannot wait for everyone to hear it. Progressing from (2012’s) ‘Union of Crowns’, we’ve tried to capture our favourite era of metalcore whilst blending the nuances of what make the genre so great today. It’s a faster, more aggressive album, but it still sounds like us, we couldn’t be prouder of it!”

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