Cytotoxin Posts “Gammageddon” Album Preview

“Gammageddon” is the forthcoming new full-length from Germany’s Chernobyl-themed death bringers, Cytotxin.

Captured earlier this year again at Kohlekeller Studios, “Gammageddon” centers itself on the city of Pripyat, which had grown to a population of nearly fifty-thousand by the time it was evacuated the day after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.

“Gammageddon” serves as a soundtrack to the horrors leading to the evacuation with its unadulterated technical extremity. Check out an album preview below. The album will be released on CD and digital formats via Unique Leader Records on July 21st.

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Cytotoxin Posts “Gammageddon” Lyric Video

“Gammageddon” is the forthcoming new full-length album from Germany’s Chernobyl-themed death metal crew Cytotoxin. Check out the title track below.

Captured earlier this year at Kohlekeller Studios, “Gammageddon” centers itself on the city of Pripyat. At a forty-minute run time, even the deepest, densest bunkers won’t protect you from this massive overindulgence of radioactive brutality.

“Gammageddon” will be released on CD and digital formats via Unique Leader Records on July 21st. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Radiatus Generis
2. Chaos Cascade
3. Gammageddon
4. Chernopolis
5. Deadzone Outpist
6. Redefiniing Zenith
7. Corium Era
8. Antigensis
9. Outearther
10. Sector Zero

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Moloken Posts “Subliminal Hymns” Music Video

A monolithic wall of dread and despair shrouded in sulfuric atmospheres and an overwhelming sentiment of desolation, Moloken’s “All Is Left To See” centers itself around a lyrical concept called mörkrets kärna (Swedish for “darkness core”), and serves as a veritable soundtrack to falling into a pit of misery and paranoia.

Out now in Europe, “All Is Left To See” will see North American release on November 13, 2015 via Temple Of Torturous. The entire album has come online for streaming and can be heard right here. Today a music video for the track “Subliminal Hymns” can also be seen below. Moloken comments:

“‘Subliminal Hymns’ is about your subconscious talking so clearly that eventually you cannot neglect it. Different dreams and different scenarios that all ends with the same lines of words that repeatedly echo in your head. And you finally wakes and then it hits you. All is left to see, but this is just the beginning. Surrender to yourself, embrace the I, and experience the power. All is left to see. The video was caught in the moment while the band was recording live in the studio at Tonteknik recording in Umeå. The band invites you to an intimate video in all it simplicity, filmed with three cameras on one take. The result is a naked experience that both captures the band and also the surreal power in the song.”

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Moloken Streams Full New Album “All Is Left To See”

“All Is Left To See” – the third long player from Swedish progressive sludge bringers Moloken – is now streaming online in its entirety.

A monolithic wall of dread and despair shrouded in sulfuric atmospheres and an overwhelming sentiment of desolation, Moloken’s “All Is Left To See” centers itself around a lyrical concept called mörkrets kärna (Swedish for “darkness core”), and serves as a veritable soundtrack to falling into a pit of misery.

“All Is Left To See” is Moloken”s first studio offering in four years, recorded mostly live by Pelle Henriksson at Tonteknik Recording (Refused, Breach, Cult of Luna, Meshuggah, Entombed) and featuring the cover renderings of Costin Chioreanu (Bloodbath, Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, Ulver etc). The album will officially drop in Europe on October 23, with North America getting the album on November 13, 2015.

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Ancient VVisdom Releases New Video “The Devil’s Work”

Ancient VVisdom recently unleashed the “Sacrificial” long player via Magic Bullet Records (read our review here).

“Sacrificial” was produced by founding vocalist Nathan Opposition, engineered by Travis Bonner at The Diamond Factory Studios in Austin, and mastered by Paul Logus (Anthrax, Clutch, Hellyeah, Shadows Fall et al) at Taloowa Mastering.

Today Vice’s music portal Noisey brings forth the band’s official new video for “The Devil’s Work,” a cryptic and shadowy clip that fittingly centers itself on a Satanic ritual, as well as an in-depth interview with Opposition by Cleveland’s foremost practitioner of modern Satanism, Eric Freeman. Check out both videos below.

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