Fit For An Autopsy Signs To Nuclear Blast, Set To Begin Recording New Album

New Jersey metal outfit, Fit For An Autopsy , have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Entertainment and are currently finishing up writing music for their 5th full-length album, which is expected to be released sometime in early 2019. More details to follow in the coming months.

Comments the band:
“We‘re incredibly excited to announce that FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY has signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast. Looking forward to the next chapter of the band with the gurus of the metal world at our side.

“Thank you Carl, Rick, Scott, Bill, Brendan, Steve, and everyone else at E-one/Good Fight for the believing in the band and supporting us through our last few records. It was a pleasure working together.

“We‘re currently finishing up writing a new record, with recording set to commence shortly. Stay tuned for updates and some tour announcements. Horns up.”

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Ecnephias Reveals Self-Titled Album Details

The upcoming self-titled album from Ecnephias (the band’s 5th full-length overall) is scheduled to drop on February 16th, 2015.

Today the band releases a teaser trailer (available below) featuring the new album’s artwork by Francesco Gemelli and announces the track listing will be as follows:

[Prologue]
1. Here Begins The Chaos (intro)
2. The Firewalker
[Chapter I: A Dark Dream In Childhood]
3. A Field Of Flowers
4. Born To Kill And Suffer
[Chapter II: Underground Life]
5. Chimera
6. The Criminal
[Chapter III: Black Magic On The Sea Of Cefalu (A Meeting With A. Crowley]
7. Tonight
8. Lord Of The Stars
9. Wind Of Doom
[Chapter IV: The Southern Pagan Rites]
10. Nyctophilia
11. Nia Nia Nia
12. Vipra Negra
13. Satiriasi (outro)

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Watain Enters The Studio To Record New Album

His Masters Noise and Century Media are proud to announce the beginning of a new chapter for Watain. The band comments:

“Since the harvest, Watain has been occupied with preparations for a long and hard journey. Seeds have been sown, blades have been sharpened and new fires have been lit to illuminate the untrodden tunnels that lay before us as we descend further down the maze…”

And so it was that on the 3rd of January, three years on the day since the recording of “Lawless Darkness” did commence, Watain returned to Necromorbus Studio and began working on what is to become the group’s 5th full-length album. The tentative time of release is now set for August 2013. More details will be unveiled soon.

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Blockheads Posts New Song "Deindividualized"

French grindcore activists Blockheads have released the second new song from their forthcoming 5th full-length and first album in over six years, entitled “This World Is Dead.” The track “Deindividualized” is currently streaming via Invisible Oranges here.

Recorded in Geneva, Switzerland at Terrier 5 with Jerome of Nostromo / Mumakil, “This World Is Dead” features 25 songs clocking in at over 40 minutes of brutally efficient frenzied grind. The album will see its release on CD/LP/Digital on January 22nd (North America), January 21st (UK/World), and January 18th (Germany/Benelux/Finland).

The album’s pre-order options are available now at this location, while a previously released lyric video for the track “Pro-Lifers” can be viewed here.

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Blockheads Reveals Details On New Album "This World Is Dead"

French grindcore activists Blockheads have revealed the details of their forthcoming 5th full-length, and first album in over six years, entitled “This World Is Dead.” Recorded in Geneva Switzerland at Terrier 5 with Jerome of Nostromo / Mumakil, “This World Is Dead” features 25 songs clocking in at over 40 minutes of brutally efficient, frenzied grind.

The album will see it’s release on CD/LP/digital format on January 22nd (North America), January 21st (UK/World), and January 18th (Germany/Benelux/Finland). The album’s artwork and pre-order options are available now at this location while a trailer featuring a sample of new material can be found below.

The band commented on the upcoming album: “We think that our new tracks mirror the same state of mind which still exists since Blockheads’ beginning and we can’t wait for its release and to play on stage again.”

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