Music Video For New Song “Phenomenons” Issued By Be The Wolf

Italian rockers Be The Wolf released a video clip for the new song “Phenomenons.” The song appears on the upcoming new record “Rouge,” which is set to drop on November 18th via Scarlet Records.

Formed in 2011 in Turin, Italy, Be The Wolf had one goal: to write and play rock music, plain and simple, with no masterplans and with no need to conform to any genre, definition or label. Since then the band released a bunch of singles, videos and an EP that were very well received worldwide, and played countless shows in their home country and beyond.

Scarlet Records saw the enormous potential and signed the band in June 2015. The debut album “Imago” was released shortly after, to critical acclaim and commercial success. The band was received tremendous support by the most important music media outlets and were invited to perform in Japan, where they received the prestigious “brightest Hope Award” by influential music magazine Burrn!.

Be The Wolf’s music is an addictive mix of contemporary but 70’s inspired rock and a touch of blues-filled atmospheres. Groovy anthems alternate with slow paced tracks and folkish ballads, with wide range vocals delivering catchy refrains and haunting melodies, enhanced by gospel-infused choirs. “Rouge” was recorded, mixed and mastered by Andrea Fusini (Upon This Dawning, MSWhite, Ready,Set,Fall!) and sets new standards for the band: longer than the debut yet straight to the point, the record is a concept about blood, fire and faith, a raw analysis of modern society, with its French title to be seen as an homage to the Bataclan victims.

The track list for the album is:

1. Phenomenons
2. Down To The River
3. Animals
4. Blah Blah Blah
5. Shibuya
6. Gold Diggers
7. Peeps
8. Rise Up Together
9. The Game
10. Freedom

Check out “Phenomenons” here:

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Swampcult Posts New Song “The Procession”

Following previous streams of “The Village” and “Al-Azif Necronomicon,” today Swampcult unloads another new track online. Check out “Chapter IV – Procession” in the SoundCloud player below.

All of these tracks hail from impending concept album “The Festival,” which is based around the Lovecraft story of the same title. The album’s track listing is as follows:

1. Chapter I – The Village 06:01
2. Chapter II – The Old Man 02:55
3. Chapter III – Al-Azif Necronomicon 03:54
4. Chapter IV – Procession 05:28
5. Chapter V – The Rite 08:23
6. Chapter VI – The Flight 02:21
7. Chapter VII – The Dawning 06:09
8. Chapter VIII – The Madness 03:11
9. IX – Epilogue – Betwixt Dream and Insanity 02:49

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Details Of New Album “Vox Animae” Announced By Seventh Veil

Italian modern hard rock act Seventh Veil announced details of the upcoming new release “Vox Animae.” The album is the follow up to the debut release “White Trash Attitude” and will be released on February 5, 2016 via Pure Steel Publishing.

Hailing from Verona, Seventh Veil has found its way out of the local hard rock scene to national gigs and European tours. After the first EP “Nasty Skin” was released in early 2012, the band has been engaged in a non-stop promotion that garnered reviews from around the world and the first European live experience in Greece. At the end of that same year, they signed with Street Symphonies Records and started recording the debut full-length “White Trash Attitude.”

With that album they toured around Europe sharing the stage with the likes of Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal (Gun’s N’ Roses), Hardcore Superstar, Cyanide4, Silver Addiction and they took part in the “Masters of Rock 2013” supporting Yngwie Malmsteen, Avantasia, Powerwolf, The 69Eyes and more.
After some line up changes, the band entered in the studio in December 2014 with Oscar Burato (Atomic Stuff Studio) and Andrea Moserle (ex-Upon This Dawning) as co-producers aiming at a new mature sound influenced by modern hard rock bands like Sixx AM, Stone Sour and Pop Evil. The result is “Vox Animae,” in which the band explores more personal themes shouting out the vision of life and death and everything in between.

The track list for “Vox Animae” is:

1. Vox Animae/rEvolution
2. Devil in Your Soul
3. Living Dead
4. Together Again
5. Broken Promises
6. Song For M
7. Dad 8. Noway Train
9. Begging for Mercy
10. No Pain No Gain
11. Nothing Lasts Forever
12. Sms

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As Temples Collide (feat. Upon This Dawning’s Dani Nelli) Premieres New Single “Endgame”

South Carolina-based metalcore outfit As Temples Collide premieres its new single “Endgame” featuring Upon This Dawning’s Dani Nelli.
Explains guitarist Jairo Peralta: “When we first wrote this song, we had all been through some rough experiences in our lives so this was kind of our way to release those feelings not only lyrically, but instrumentally, as well.”

You can now check out “Endgame” below.

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Blinding Sunrise Posts “Lonely Sailors” Lyric Video

Italian six piece Blinding Sunrise is gearing up to drop debut album “This World Won’t Listen” on September 9, which follows the “Cold Like Winter” EP.

The album also features guest vocals from Dani Nelli of Upon This Dawning, and today a lyric video from the release comes online. Check out “Lonely Sailors” below.

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Eskimo Callboy Announces Tour Dates, Releasing “Crystals” In U.S.

German six-piece Eskimo Callboy will release latest album “Crystals” in the U.S. on June 23rd via Spinefarm Records. “Crystals” already dropped in the band’s homeland and reached #6 on the German charts.

Eskimo Callboy will embark on a two-week tour with Upon This Dawning, Outline in Color, and Silence the Messenger in early June, leading up to the release date. America, you’ve been warned! The album’s track listing is:

1. Pitch Please
2. Baby (T.U.M.H.)
3. My Own Summer
4. Kill Your Idols
5. Ritual
6. Monster
7. Best Day
8. 2 Fat, 2 Furious
9. F.D.M.D.H.
10. Paradise in Hell
11. Crystals
12. Walk on the Thin Line
13. Closure

See the band with Upon This Dawning, Outline in Color and Silence the Messenger on these dates:

6/1: Des Moines, IA | Vaudeville Mews
6/2: Merriam, KS | Aftershock
6/4: Oklahoma City, OK | The Conservatory
6/5: Austin, TX | Dirty Dog Bar
6/6: San Antonio, TX | Korova
6/7: Tyler, TX | Crossroads Music Venue
6/9: Tucson, AZ | The Rock
6/11: West Hollywood, CA | Whiskey a Go Go
6/12: Orangevale, CA | The Boardwalk
6/14: Seattle, WA | Studio Seven

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ALLEGAEON Premiere New Song on Metal Sucks

– June 4th, 2014 –

New Album “Elements of the Infinite” Out June 24th on Metal Blade Records

Beginning today, the second full-length song from “Elements of the Infinite” entitled “Threshold of Perception” is available for streaming exclusively on Metal Sucks. Get a first listen to the song HERE.

Guitarist Greg Burgess spoke about “Threshold of Perception“:
“This song took me literally forever to “get right”. I give Joe Ferris loads of credit for putting up with my nitpicking on the intro. “I want that choir bigger in the D Major section!” We should’ve knocked up T-Shirts for that part. Dude took my crap midi sketch and made it come alive. Other than that this is a pretty straight forward thrash tune, with a few polyrhythms thrown in to drive Mike and Brandon nuts.”

With change comes new ideas, and “Elements of The Infinite” is the culmination of a flurry of new ideas within ALLEGAEON. It is, in essence, an album with a chip on its shoulder, a point to prove, and a big step out of the shadows from its predecessor. With two new members, the band is in a very different place than they’ve ever been, and the music reflects that.

Elements of the Infinite” will be released on June 24, 2014 in North America, and June 23 in the UK/Europe and June 20 in the European G|A|S territories. ALLEGAEON recently completed work on a video for the song “1.618“. The video which has over 100,000 views can be seen exclusively on While there, fans can also pre-order the new album in various bundle packages.

To give fans more of an insight into the album, Metal Blade created a series of Lyric description/audio teasers for each song from “Elements of the Infinite.” Each brief segment features a clip of music from each song on the record, and a description of the track from vocalist Ezra Haynes. All of the segments are available via the band’s official facebook page and instagram account: |

Elements of the Infinite” was recorded, mixed and mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio in Colorado Feb-April 2014. Otero’s work has been more prominent in the last few years – some fans may have heard his work on the latest Cattle Decapitation album, Cephalic Carnage, and more. Otero’s efforts here, along with the band’s new material, has led to ALLEGAEON‘s most realized and mature release to date. Musically, fans will be treated to orchestrations that provide significant depth to the sound. The orchestrations were composed by guitarist Greg Burgess along with Joe Ferris (

In support of their new album “Elements of the InfiniteALLEGAEON will be hitting the road this August with Chimaira, The Plot in You, Upon This Dawning and Silence the Messenger as part of “The Artery Metal Tour”. The tour begins August 5th in Joliet, IL and runs through August 30th in Oklahoma City, OK. A complete list of dates can be found below. Tickets for the tour can be purchased HERE.

Artery Metal Tour w/ Chimaira, The Plot in You, Upon This Dawning
08/05: Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
08/06: Spring Lake Park, MN @ Pov
08/07: Peoria, IL @ Rail II
08/08: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
08/09: Lansing, MI @ The Loft
08/10: Akron, OH @ Rock Factory
08/11: St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
08/12: Shawnee, KS @ Aftershock
08/13: Denver, CO @ Maruqis Theater
08/14: Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
08/15: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
08/16: Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
08/17: Spokane, WA @ The Hop
08/19: Sacramento, CA @ Assembly
08/20: Hollywood, CA @ Whisky a Go Go
08/21: San Diego, CA @ Soma-Sidestage
08/22: Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto
08/23: Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
08/25: Odessa, TX @ Club Patron
08/26: San Antonio, TX @ Korova (basement)
08/27: Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
08/28: Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
08/29: Dallas, TX @ Trees
08/30: Oklahoma City, OK @ The Chameleon Room

Ezra Haynes – Vocals
Michael Stancel – Guitar
Greg Burgess – Guitar
Corey Archuleta – Bass
Brandon Park – Drums

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Trail Of Tears Streaming Title Track From “Oscillation”

Trail of Tears is set to release new album “Oscillation” this coming April 26th, 2013. The title track is now available for streaming through the player below, and the album’s track listing is as follows:

1. Waves of Existence
2. Scream Out Loud
3. Crimson Leads on the Trail of Tears
4. Oscillation
5. Path of Destruction
6. Vultures Guard My Shadow
7. The Dawning
8. Room 306
9. Our Grave Philosophy
10. Lost in Life
11. Eradicate

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Your Anguish Finishes New Album “Heroes & Zeroes”

Italy’s Your Anguish has just finished recording new album “Heroes & Zeroes” at Fusix Studio (Upon This Dawning, Shake Well Before, Ready Set Fall).

This is the third album of the band, following the “ST” and “Desertified” releases, and features a brand new lineup and a totally renovated sound which the band describes as “in the vein of August Burns Red, Parkway Drive, Black Dahlia Murder.”

The band also recently launched a new website featuring studio updates, which can be found at this location. The “Heroes & Zeroes” album will be released through digital download platforms and a CD version is expected by the end of March.

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"As Fire Consumes" Music Video Posted By Nine Covens

U.K.’s most mysterious black metal act Nine Covens, the members of which are unknown, premiered the new music video for the track “As Fire Consumes” over at Metal Hammer’s YouTube Channel (also seen below). The song appears on the band’s forthcoming sophomore effort entitled “On the Dawning of Light,” which is due for release on November 12, 2012 via Candlelight Records.

The track listing for “On the Dawning of Light” is as follows:

1. Origin of Light
2. As Fire Consumes
3. At the Ocean’s Strand
4. The Mist of Death
5. The Fog of Deceit
6. To Quench a Raging Flame
7. White Star Acception
8. Over the Ocean’s Way
9. A Burning Ember

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