Necropanther Streams Dune-Inspired Eyes Of Blue Light Full-Length

Eyes Of Blue Light, the smoldering new studio offering from Colorado-based metal legion, NECROPANTHER is out now. Captured at Green Door Recordings in Denver by Felipe Patino (Rise Against, NOFX) and mixed and mastered in Gothenburg, Sweden by melodic death metal mastermind Fredrik Nordström (Dimmu Borgir, At The Gates, Arch Enemy, In Flames etc.), the twelve-track offering chronicles the classic 1965 Frank Herbert sci-fi novel Dune.

In celebration of its release, the band delivers a full stream of the record streaming below:

Eyes of Blue Light by NECROPANTHER

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Nephren-Ka Streaming Title Track From Debut

Kaotoxin Records has set September 3rd as the date on which “The Fall of Omnius” from French death metallers Nephren-Ka will be unleashed. Nephren-Ka’s follow-up to 2010’s “Revenge and Supremacy” EP is the musical embodiment of Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ saga. As heavy as Shaï-Hulud, the giant worm, and as brutal as a horde of raging Feydakins, “The Fall of Omnius” is the manifestation of a war for survival and supremacy. Produced at Hertz Studio (Behemoth, Vader, Insain…) and featuring artwork/layout by Stan W. Decker (Avalon, Vanden Plas, Dysmorphic…), “The Fall of Omnius” title cut may be listened to below.

The fall of omnius by NEPHREN-KA

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