Cripple Bastards Posts New Video “Passi Nel Vuoto” Online

Italian grindcore veterans Cripple Bastards has posted a new music video online for the song, “Passi Nel Vuoto” online. You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming new album, “La Fine Cresce Da Dentro,” which will be released on November 9th through Relapse Records. Spealomg about the song, frontman Giulio The Bastard explained:

“The song ‘Passi Nel Vuoto’ (translated to ‘Steps Into The Void’) is a parallel between the annihilation of the individual lost in the most obtuse massification, induced to waste and sedated in his emotions, and the value of life increasingly low – reduced to being a cog in the consumer machine. The graphics of our new album La Fine Cresce Da Dentro are all unreleased pictures taken from the vaults of a crime magazine that existed from the 1950s through the 90s, accessed from the archives of the criminal police based in Milano, Italy. In making this video we have chosen to alternate similar photos with scenarios of mass stratification and blind conformism. As the lyrics say, ‘What’s left is desolation / but it doesn’t make sense to realize it / it’s the weight of survival: how much you spend / how much you can cost’.”

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Sigh Posts New Music Video “Homo Homini Lupus” Online

Japanese avant garde metal legends Sigh has posted a new animated music video online for the song, “Homo Homini Lupus.” You can check it out below. The song features guest vocals from Down/Superjoint/Former Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo and comes from the band’s new album, “Heir To Despair,” which will be released through Candlelight Records on November 16th.

“Heir to Despair” tracklisting:

1. Aletheia
2. Homo Homini Lupus
3. Hunters Not Horned
4. In Memories Delusional

Heresy Trilogy

5. Heresy I: Oblivium
6. Heresy II: Acosmism
7. Heresy III: Sub Specie Aeternitatis

8. Hands of the String-puller
9. Heir to Despair.

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Sigh Posts New Music Video “Homo Homini Lupus” Online

Japanese avant garde metal legends Sigh has posted a new animated music video online for the song, “Homo Homini Lupus.” You can check it out below. The song features guest vocals from Down/Superjoint/Former Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo and comes from the band’s new album, “Heir To Despair,” which will be released through Candlelight Records on November 16th.

“Heir to Despair” tracklisting:

1. Aletheia
2. Homo Homini Lupus
3. Hunters Not Horned
4. In Memories Delusional

Heresy Trilogy

5. Heresy I: Oblivium
6. Heresy II: Acosmism
7. Heresy III: Sub Specie Aeternitatis

8. Hands of the String-puller
9. Heir to Despair.

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Sigh Posts New Music Video “Homo Homini Lupus” Online

Japanese avant garde metal legends Sigh has posted a new animated music video online for the song, “Homo Homini Lupus.” You can check it out below. The song features guest vocals from Down/Superjoint/Former Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo and comes from the band’s new album, “Heir To Despair,” which will be released through Candlelight Records on November 16th.

“Heir to Despair” tracklisting:

1. Aletheia
2. Homo Homini Lupus
3. Hunters Not Horned
4. In Memories Delusional

Heresy Trilogy

5. Heresy I: Oblivium
6. Heresy II: Acosmism
7. Heresy III: Sub Specie Aeternitatis

8. Hands of the String-puller
9. Heir to Despair.

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Unleashed Posts New Lyric Video “The Hunt For White Christ” Online

Swedish death metal legends Unleashed has posted a new lyric video online for the title track of their forthcoming new album, “The Hunt For White Christ.” You can check it out below. The album will be released through Napalm Records on October 26th.

Singer and bass player Johnny Hedlund explains the story behind the new song:
“After the despicable acts of terror against women and children in the South, and the devastation of the villages (as seen on the album cover), The Midgard Warriors decide to hunt down White Christ, all the way to Jorsala if need be.”

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Machine Head Posts New Lyric Video “Triple Beam” Online

Californian metal veterans Machine Head has posted a new lyric video online for the song, “Triple Beam.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s latest album, “Catharsis,” which was released in January of this year through Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

Machine Head has just begun their second North American tour in support of the record, which will also serve as a farewell to longtime members Phil Demmel (guitar, ex Vio-Lence) and Dave McClain (drums, ex Sacred Reich, S.A. Slayer.) The band once again will be giving fans “an evening with” Machine Head, playing over 2 1/2 hours of classic and new material.

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Opeth Posts Third “Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheater” DVD Trailer

Swedish progressive metal legends Opeth are set to release Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheater on 2nd November via Moderbolaget Records / Nuclear Blast. This historic show in the band’s career was captured for the DVD, Blu-Ray and vinyl formats during their set on 11th May 2017 at the world renowned Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, CO. In a trailer released today, the band share time lapse of the stage set up and the moments before they hit the stage. You can check it out below.

Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheater track listing:

1. Sorceress
2. Ghost Of Perdition
3. Demon Of The Fall
4. The Wilde Flowers
5. In My Time Of Need
6. The Devil’s Orchard
7. Cusp Of Eternity
8. Heir Apparent
9. Era
10. Deliverance

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Burning Witches Posts New Teaser Video For “Hexenhammer”

Old school heavy metal newcomers Burning Witches are set to release their new album “Hexenhammer” on November 9th through Nuclear Blast. Today, the band have released a teaser for the official music video for the title track of the new album, “Hexenhammer.” You can check it out below. “Hexenhammer” was produced in the Little Creek Studio by the same team as its predecessor: V.O. Pulver (Pro-Pain, Destruction, Nervosa) and Destruction legend Schmier, who also helped and advised as a close friend of the band.

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