Hate Unbound Releasing New Album “Plague”

Somewhere in the dark depths of death and thrash metal lies the inspiration for Hate Unbound’s new album “Plague.” Those influences remained constant throughout Hate Unbound’s writing and arranging process, which is a collaborative effort between all members of the band.

“Plague” was recorded, mixed, and mastered during the spring and summer of 2016 at Elaire Studios, which is located in the shadow of the decaying city of Detroit, Michigan.

Hate Unbound’s “Plague” is a tribute to, as well as a continuation of, all things heavy and a salute to all headbangers everywhere, due out February 17th via Inverse Records. Check out new track “Baptized in Lies” below.

01. Baptized in Lies
02. Cut
03. Suffering
04. Burn Your Idols
05. Soiled
06. Puncture
07. Plague
08. I, Martyr
09. Grey Skies
10. The Fallen

Baptised in Lies by Hate Unbound

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Music Video For New Song “Reclaim The Sun” Issued By Mors Principium Est

Finnish based melodic death metal act Mors Principium Est issued the first full length taste from the upcoming new album “Embers of a Dying World.” Check out the video for the first single “Reclaim the Sun” in the player below.

“Embers of a Dying World” drops in Europe and the U.S. on February 10th via AFM Records. The track listing is as follows:

1. Genesis
2. Reclaim the Sun
3. Masquerade
4. Into the Dark
5. The Drowning
6. Death Is the Beginning
7. The Ghost
8. In Torment
9. Agnus Dei
10. The Colours of the Cosmos
11. Apprentice of Death

Check out the video here:

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The Drip Streaming New Song “Anathema”

Washington State quintet The Drip just premiered a second track off “The Haunting Fear of Inevitability.” Hear the frantic sounds of “Anathema” below.

Guitarist Bobby Mansfield commented on new track: “The process of becoming a monster and the path of the dark arts and occult that lead to it. A crushing track from our new record.”

January 13th, 2017 will see the worldwide release of “The Haunting Fear of Inevitability.” The Drip has scheduled a record release show for the same day at The Observatory in Spokane, WA.

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Galactic Empire Announces 2017 Tour Dates

After announcing a debut album is finally arriving in February, the Star Wars metal cover band Galactic Empire has now revealed a handful of shows to take place in January. The group comments:

“This system is now fully operational, we intend to display the full power of the dark side. The first systems targeted will be Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New York City. Prepare for destruction rebel scum!”

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Uprising Releasing Debut Self-Titled Album

The newly revamped Tridoid Records will release a self-titled debut album from the black metal entity known as Uprising on January 6th, 2016. There is no bio information and none will be given if requested: the band solely wants to be known for the music and nothing else.

1. Introduction
2. Uprise
3. Thrones to Overthrow
4. Gather the dark Spirits
5. Ravens in dark Skies
6. Nihilistic Chants
7. Behold the Eternity of Stars

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Sons Of Balaur Posts “Realm Of The Damned” Animated Comic Trailer

Sons Of Balaur is celebrating the release of full-length album “Tenebris Deos” this month. To commemorate the release of the album, the band will soon launch an apocalyptic album release party at London’s Crobar in Soho on Oct. 20.

Alongside the album release party, Sons Of Balur will also see the UK premiere of the “Realm of the Damned” animated motion comic at The Prince Charles Theatre. The movie features the dark and haunting voices of David Vincent, Dani Filth, Jill Janus, and many more.

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Vornth Posts New Song “Traveller Of The Dark”

Cult heavy metal band Vornth today premieres new track “Traveller of the Dark” online. The song hails from second Vornth album, “Black Pyres,” now set for international release on October 31st via Iron Tyrant. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Beyond
2. Black Pyres (streaming here)
3. Victims In Marsch
4. Evil Woven In Spirit
5. Grave Of The Living
6. The Wolf, The NIght
7. Traveller Of The Dark
8. Stormtrooper
9. Serpent Flames
10. Kleptokrat

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In The Woods… Unravels The “Mystery Of The Constellations”

Debemur Morti Productions today gives you the opportunity to discover a new excerpt from “Pure,” the new album from Norwegian band In The Woods…

This new song, titled “Mystery Of The Constellations,” can be heard below. Mixed & mastered at WSL Studio, “Pure” is due out September 16th, 2016 and contains these 10 tracks:

1. Pure
2. Blue Oceans Rise (Like A War) [streaming here]
3. Devil’s At The Door
4. The Recalcitrant Protagonist
5. The Cave Of Dreams
6. Cult Of Shining Stars
7. Towards The Black Surreal
8. Transmission KRS
9. This Dark Dream
10. Mystery Of The Constellations

Pure by IN THE WOODS…

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State Of Mine Posts “Curtain Call” Music Video

Michigan group State Of Mine has released an official video for “Curtain Call,” the second single off sophomore EP, “Devil In Disguise.”

The EP was produced by BJ Perry at Wall of Sound Studio and the video is by Kyle Hopkins. “Devil In Disguise” drops September 15th but is available to pre-order via iTunes.

State Of Mine comments: “The video is a visual tale of ones feelings of dealing with regret and having to try to internalize the decision. Trying to find yourself lost in the dark.”

1. Curtain Call
2. Rise
3. Waste My Time
4. Stones
5. Killing Me
6. Undertow
7. Broke By Monday

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State Of Mine Posts “Curtain Call” Music Video

Michigan group State Of Mine has released an official video for “Curtain Call,” the second single off sophomore EP, “Devil In Disguise.”

The EP was produced by BJ Perry at Wall of Sound Studio and the video is by Kyle Hopkins. “Devil In Disguise” drops September 15th but is available to pre-order via iTunes.

State Of Mine comments: “The video is a visual tale of ones feelings of dealing with regret and having to try to internalize the decision. Trying to find yourself lost in the dark.”

1. Curtain Call
2. Rise
3. Waste My Time
4. Stones
5. Killing Me
6. Undertow
7. Broke By Monday

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