Abstracter Premieres “Ashen Reign” From Impending Cinereus Incarnate LP

“Ashen Reign,” the first single from Oakland, California blackened doom destroyers ABSTRACTER’s impending their third album, Cinereus Incarnate is streaming below. ABSTRACTER returns with their most astonishingly telluric, bleak, and hopeless material to date on Cinereus Incarnate, the album recorded and mixed by Greg Wilkinson at Earhammer Studios (Vastum, Autopsy, Noothgrush) in Oakland and mastered at Audiosiege in Portland by Brad Boatright (Nails, Full of Hell, Vallenfyre).

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Lost To the Waves Premiere New Video For “Crucified” From Latest EP “Nightfall”

Boston-area band Lost To the Waves premiere a new video for “Crucified”, taken from their latest EP “Nightfall”, which is available via Bandcamp. The track features guest vocals by Donnie Lariviere (ex-Death Rattle). Nightfall was recorded by Sean Fitzpatrick at The Brick Hithouse, and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege.

Check out now “Crucified” below.

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Necrodancer Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Void”

“Void”, the debut album from franco-belgian act Necrodancer, can be streamed in full and downloaded for free below. Formed last year by members and ex-members of Verdun, Daggers and Death Mercedes, the band plays an amalgamation of noise rock, punk, sludge and black metal. This ten-tracks debut release was recorded and mixed last summer in Laval by Amaury SauvĂ© at The Apiary (Birds In Row, Plebeian Grandstand, Death Engine) then mastered at Audiosiege by Brad Boatright (Okkultokrati, Nails, Full Of Hell).”Void” is due out February 10th via Throatruiner Records and Lost Pilgrims Records (with US distribution by Deathwish Inc) on vinyl and CD, pre-orders are already available from the labels.

Void by Necrodancer

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Firebreather Posts “The Ice Lord” Music Video

Swedish doom/sludge group Firebreather will release a debut, self-titled album this coming October 13th via Suicide Records.

The album was mastered by Brad Boatright at his Audioseige Studio in Portland, OR and features artwork by Adam Burke. With a European tour announcement on the horizon, in the meantime check out a look at the new brand-new video for “The Ice Lord” below.

1. Fire Foretold
2. Emerald Eyes
3. The Ice Lord
4. Release the Lava

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Occvlt Hand Premieres New Song “He Who Walks Behind the Rows” From Upcoming New Album “Not Everyone Deserves A Happy Ending”

Winnipeg’s Occvlt Hand premieres a new song entitled “He Who Walks Behind the Rows”, taken from the upcoming new album “Not Everyone Deserves A Happy Ending”, which will be out in stores September 13 via Possessed Records. The new album was recorded and mixed by Jordan Voth and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. The cover art was created by Ethan McCarthy (Cool Ghoul), with layout by Graham Chorny.

Check out now “He Who Walks Behind the Rows” below.

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Intrcptr Announces New Album “I”

Intrcptr is the pairing of guitarist Ben Carr and drummer Larry Herweg – longtime veterans of ungodly catchy riffs within the framework of all things heavy. “I” is the first offering and initial exemplar of all things Intrcptr.

Recorded and mixed by Gabe Van at Akira Audio and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, with artwork by Brian Montouri, “I” will be available on all digital and streaming platforms beginning July 21st, 2017.

Pre-orders are now online here and videos of the band performing the track “Nightrider” can be seen below.

1. Nightrider
2. Sandstorm
3. Ruby
4. Turbines
5. Watchmaker

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Dystopia Heads “Through The Vortex” With New Music Video

Dutch metal band Dystopia just released a video for the song “Through The Vortex,” taken from second full-length album, “Chaos Philosophorum.” Check it out in the YouTube player below.

The album was recorded at Studio Helvete in Den Helder, mixed by Thomas Cochrane of TC Music Productions and finally mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. Artwork for the follow-up to 2013’s “Haat” was designed by Adam Burke from Nightjar Illustration.

1. Intro
2. Through the Vortex
3. Black Death
4. Archon
5. Interlude
6. Bound to Annihilate

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Future Faces Posts First Song “Embraces” Online

Swiss band Future Faces just debuted first track “Embraces” online, which can be heard below. Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Nails, Beastmilk, Okkultokrati) and with artwork designed by Jonathan Sirit (Belgrado), the group’s debut EP “Revolt” will be released May 26th on 12″ vinyl via Throatruiner Records and GPS Prod.

With hypnotic drums, abyssal bass lines, elegant yet unpolished guitar work and reverb-drenched vocals, each track is a slow condescension into a lightness, enveloping sound, and the birth certificate of a band that is nothing but full of promises.

01. Embraces
02. Columns
03. Structures
04. January

Revolt by Future Faces

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Mindsnare Releases First Album In 10 Years “Unholy Rush”

The Australian crew Mindsnare today releases a first album in 10 years. “Unholy Rush” is the band’s 5th album following 2007 release, “Disturb The Hive.” You can pick up your copy here or stream all the songs below.

“Unholy Rush” was engineered by Jason Fuller at Goat Sound, mixed by Kurt Ballou at GodCity, mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, and produced by Jason Fuller and Beltsy. The cover illustration was crafted by Sawblade.

1. Intro 01:11
2. Winter 02:27
3. Lacerate To Exist 02:29
4. Unholy Rush 01:41
5. Into Infinity 02:43
6. Gateway To Madness 02:15
7. The Inquisition 02:17
8. The Holy Bull Rides Fast 02:28
9. Nowhere To Run 02:06
10. Escape The Fallout 02:04
11. Not A Lot Gets Forgiven 03:02
12. Witches With Blood 04:26
13. Buried Alive 01:27

Unholy Rush by Mindsnare

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Lost To the Waves Debuts New Song & Video “Remember Me” From Upcoming Debut EP “Nightfall”

Melodic death metal act Lost To the Waves debuts a new song and video titled “Remember Me”, taken from the upcoming debut EP, “Nightfall”, which is scheduled for release on March 31. Nightfall was recorded by Sean Fitzpatrick at The Brick Hithouse, and it was mastered by the famed Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Four Year Strong, Defeater, Code Orange).

Check out now “Remember Me” below.

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