New Video Clip “God Of Delusion” Released By Overoth

Late last month Irish death dealers Overoth released the second full length album “The Forgotten Tome” via Hostile Media. Today, the band released the video clip for the song “God of Delusion,” which comes via Overdrive at this location, or simply in the player at the bottom.

Filmed by Adam Edgerley and edited by Chris Bevan, “God Of Delusion” was filmed in a dying wood in County Down, Northern Ireland. “It was a real nightmare of a location to get to,” states the band. “The wood itself was quite dense, so there was no chance we’d get our vehicles close to the location we had scouted, so with nothing but manpower we had to lug all our gear, generators, lights, camera gear, up and over hills, over streams and dead tress… they were everywhere… and it was a little sketchy at times, because we were surrounded by these massive trees, that with not much force would and were falling over. Needless to say, we all got out alive.”

Check out “God of Delusion” here:

Catch Overoth live on these dates:

Oct 07 Voodoo Lounge – Dublin, Ireland w/ Rotting Christ
Oct 20 Ivory Blacks – Glasgow, Scotland
Oct 21 The Star & Garter – Manchester, England
Oct 22 The Dev – London, England
Oct 27 Voodoo – Belfast, N. Ireland
Oct 28 The Cellar – Galway, Ireland
Oct 29 Siege of Limerick – Limerick, Ireland
Nov 16 Jazzkantine – Lucerne, Switzerland
Nov 17 Palazzo Club – Chur, Switzerland
Nov 18 Met Bar – Lenzburg, Switzerland

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Scalpel Debuts New Song “The Woodsman (Part 2)” From Upcoming New Album “Methods To Delusion”

New England death metal squad Scalpel debuts a new song entitled “The Woodsman (Part 2)”, taken from the upcoming new album “Methods To Delusion”, which will be self-released by the band on July 25th.

Check out now “The Woodsman (Part 2)” below.

Track List:
1. The Cleaner
2. Labors of Loathing
3. The Stink
4. Feeding the Worm
5. Interdelude
6. Methods to Delusion
7. The Woodsman (Part II)
8. Brooding in the Gloom
9. Lung Butter
10. Intensified Festering

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Scalpel Releasing New Album “Methods To Delusion”

New England death squad Scalpel will self-release the “Methods to Delusion” album on July 25th. The album was engineered by Colin Marston at Thousand Caves Studios and can be pre-ordered here.

Crusted severed toes nailed to walls; humans covered head to toe in needles administering horrific psychoactive chemicals; an infants head being turned to apple sauce on a kitchen counter’s edge – these are only fragments of the surreal and vicious stories told on Scalpel’s “Methods to Delusion.”

1. The Cleaner
2. Labors of Loathingk
3. The Stink
4. Feeding The Worm
5. Interdelude
6. Methods To Delusion
7. The Woodsman (Part II)
8. Brooding In The Gloom
9. Lung Butter
10. Intensified Festering

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Nailed To Obscurity Posts Second “King Delusion” Track-By-Track Video

The second part of Nailed to Obscurity’s track-by-track breakdown for “King Delusion” delivers a deeper insight into the last four songs off the album. The new full-length album will be released on February 3rd via Apostasy Records.

The daily look in the mirror shows a reproduction of reality, but what if it is experienced in a completely different way and you slowly lose yourself? Then, the risk rises to become a victim of “King Delusion/”

On the follow-up to “Opaque” (2013), this German five-piece band sends the listener on a journey through emotional abysses. Nailed to Obscurity teamed up with producer Victor Santura (Triptykon, Dark Fortress, Noneuclid) in his Woodshed Studio to find the best sound for these tracks:

01. King Delusion
02. Protean
03. Apnoea
04. Deadening
05. Memento
06. Uncage My Sanity
07. Devoid
08. Desolate Ruin

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Nailed To Obscurity Streaming “Devoid”

Injuries, wounds, scars: marks on your skin and on your soul that draw a picture. But what does it show and will it ever be completed? Check out Nailed To Obscurity’s new track “Devoid” below.

“Devoid” allows a further insight into Nailed To Obscurity’s forthcoming album “King Delusion,” which presents the melodic death metal outfit more diversified than on predecessor “Opaque.”

Nailed To Obscurity discovered this sound while working together with producer Victor “Santura” Bullok (Triptykon, Dark Fortress, Obscura, a.o.) in his Woodshed Studio. The vibe is also captured in the haunting artwork by Argentinian artist Santiago Caruso.

“King Delusion” will be released on February 3rd, 2017 via Apostasy Records and features the following track listing:

01. King Delusion
02. Protean
03. Apnoea
04. Deadening
05. Memento
06. Uncage My Sanity
07. Devoid
08. Desolate Ruin

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Swine Overlord Premieres New Song “A Delusion’s Paradise” From Upcoming New Album “Entheogenesis”

Swine Overlord premieres a new song entitled “A Delusion’s Paradise”, taken from the upcoming new album “Entheogenesis”, which will be out in stores September 23, 2016 via Gore House Productions on CD and digital.

Check out now “A Delusion’s Paradise” below.

Entheogenesis Track List:

1. I: The Creator
2. Severed from the Godhead
3. Graceless
4. Procreating the Offspring of Gods and Men
5. II: The Preserver
6. (I)conoclasm
7. Invoking an Obsidian Liturgy
8. Riverchrist
9. A Delusion’s Paradise
10. III: The Destroyer
11. Altars of a Putrid Resurrection
12. Voidweaver
13. Whispers of the Ineffable
14. Gazing into the Shadow’s Maw

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Dendritic Arbor Premieres New Song “Cotard Delusion” From Upcoming New Album “Sentient Village, Obsolescent Garden”

Pittsburgh’s experimental black metal grindcore outfit Dendritic Arbor premieres a new song entitled “Cotard Delusion”, taken from the upcoming new album “Sentient Village, Obsolescent Garden”, which will be out in stores December 20, 2015.

Check out now “Cotard Delusion” below.

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Nervous Posts New EP “Duration And Delusion”

“Duration and Delusion,” the second EP by Oakland trio Nervous, is out today on Twelve Gauge Records and the band’s own Turbulent Records. You can stream the entire release below.

Following a 2013 self-titled release, “Duration and Delusion” was recorded and mixed by Max Senna (Ash Borer, Wild Moth) and mastered by Alan Douches (Torche, Young Widows). The track listing is as follows:

1. The Future
2. Lapse
3. Breathing and Choking
4. The Break
5. Yearly
6. Nostalgia and Expiration

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Nervous Streaming New Track “The Future”

Oakland trio Nervous has revealed “The Future,” the opening track off new EP “Duration and Delusion.” Listen in below, and you can also hear the previously posted track “The Break” at this location.

Front man Jake Spek says “Duration and Delusion” is a record about time: “It’s about our understanding of time and how it controls us. How our understanding of it shapes how we approach everything.”

The EP comes out October 23, a split release between Twelve Gauge Records (home to recent recordings by Power, Sabertooth Zombie, and Youth Funeral) and Spek’s own new label, Turbulent Records.

“Duration and Delusion” was recorded and mixed by Max Senna (Ash Borer, Wild Moth) and mastered by Alan Douches (Torche, Young Widows).

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Walking Corpse Syndrome Premieres New Music Video “Ending Created”

Missoula, Montana death metal collective Walking Corpse Syndrome premieres its brand new music video “Ending Created”, taken from the band’s upcoming new album “Human Delusion”, which comes out independently on September 25th, 2015.

Check out now “Ending Created” below.

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