King 810 Premiere New Live Video For “Killem All”

King 810 premiere an official live video performing their “Killem All” during their December 20th, 2018 show at the Scala in London, England. A new full-length from the group entitled “Suicide King” will be released on January 25th.

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Rosetta New Experimental EP “Sower Of Wind“ Out In January

Rosetta will release their new EP “Sower Of Wind“ on January 04th. The experimental effort will draw inspiration from the group’s 2017 release “Utopioid“.

Comment the band:

“Sower of Wind is built on soundscapes buried inside Utopioid – elements we thought deserved a fuller treatment. Those soundscapes developed with a concept and a story in mind, but we decided to step back from them and see where they could lead when considered on their own terms.

Sower of Wind isn’t a companion record to Utopioid per se, but shares the same four-part cyclic structure, referencing seasons, cardinal directions, times of day. Each track draws inspiration and source material from the corresponding quadrant of Utopioid, but uses it to tell a different story. It’s a more peaceful, primordial listen than its older brother, without vocals or percussion, drawing tension from the interplay of acoustic instruments and washed-out drones. It’s great turned up loud, and even better on headphones in the dark.

Sower of Wind was recorded at home in bits and pieces, through late 2017 and 2018. It was mixed in part on tour, taking advantage of the fertile bed of ideas that comes with long-term close quarters, and the sleeplessness of non-stop transit. It’s a labor of love for us – very different from our normal sonic presentation, but equally representative of who we are (and who we’re becoming) as a band.”

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Beartooth Premiere New Live Video For “Fire”

Beartooth debut new live footage for their song “Fire”. You can stream that video below with the clip captured across 20 shows from the group’s touring in support of their latest effort “Disease“.

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Malevolent Creation Posts New Lyric Video “Mandatory Butchery” Online

“No one can destroy this Malevolent Creation” is a legendary line by the late, great Bret Hoffmann, who passed away on July 7th, 2018. Renowned and revered for his vicious vocal style and unique onstage presence, Hoffmann is impossible to replace, but co-founder Phil Fasciana decided to face the challenge and affirm the truth behind this lyric from the group’s 1991 debut “The Ten Commandments”.

Thus, on January 18th Malevolent Creation will release their new studio album, The 13th Beast, which introduces a new lineup consisting of Phil Cincilla (drums), Josh Gibbs (bass), Phil Fasciana (guitars) and vocalist/guitarist Lee Wollenschlaeger (Throne Of Nails, Imperial Empire).

Now, the band releases a first track from this savage offering. “Because of us all living so far apart, this track is one of the few full collaboration songs on the album”, says Lee. “We are all very proud of The 13th Beast, and ‘Mandatory Butchery’ is the perfect song to experience a lot of the elements on the album.”

The lyric video, created by Guilherme Henriques (www.guilhermevision.com) can be seen below:

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Arkaik Premiere New Bass Playthrough Video For “Telegnosis” From 2017 Album “Nemethia”

Progressive tech death outfit Arkaik have released a playthrough for their brutal, groove laden song “Telegnosis” which showcases bassist Riley Christensen’s playing.

The track is from the group’s 2017 album “Nemethia”. Watch the video below:

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Holehearted Premiere New Song “Cause & Effect” – Sign w/ Emmure Frontman’s Redzone Records

Las Vegas based deathcore outfit Holehearted have inked a deal with Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri’s Redzone Records. A new track from the group entitled “Cause & Effect” can be heard below. Holehearted’s debut release for the label is expected out next year.

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King 810 Premiere New Single “Braveheart”

King 810 premiere a new track entitled “Braveheart” streaming for you below. It’s the second song to be shared from the group’s upcoming release “Suicide King“, out in stores on January 25th.

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Malevolent Creation Reveals New Album “The 13th Beast” Details

“No one can destroy this Malevolent Creation” is a legendary line by the late, great Bret Hoffmann, who passed away on July 7th, 2018. Renowned and revered for his vicious vocal style and unique onstage presence, Hoffmann is impossible to replace, but co-founder Phil Fasciana decided to face the challenge and affirm the truth behind this lyric from the group’s 1991 debut “The Ten Commandments”.

Now, Malevolent Creation have confirmed January 18th as the release date for The 13th Beast, which introduces a new lineup consisting of Phil Cincilla (drums), Josh Gibbs (bass), Phil Fasciana (guitars) and vocalist/guitarist Lee Wollenschlaeger (Throne Of Nails, Imperial Empire).

“This is the biggest honour I could ever be given”, says Lee Wollenschlaeger. “The opportunity to front one of my all-time favourite bands, and an even bigger pleasure of jamming with such great people. We have created one of the most relentless albums of Malevolent Creation’s history. As a fan, I know we are going to shock a lot of people at how intense this new album is. Done in a way only Malevolent Creation can. I can’t wait to see all you guys on the road in 2019 and beyond, playing songs from all the albums, including our new album, The 13th Beast!”

“Lee was the missing link when I was searching for a new vocalist and guitarist”, adds Phil Fasciana. “Each new member is a solid musician and songwriter sharing the same passion for extreme music Malevolent Creation has been striving for since 1987. I’m very proud of this album and look forward to present it live as well as songs from our massive back catalog including stuff that hasn’t been played live in a long time or ever.”

Musically, The 13th Beast expands upon 2014’s Dead Man’s Path, yet also incorporates a brutality known from albums such as The Will To Kill and Eternal, which is further accentuated by Wollenschlaeger’s understandable yet deeper vocal tone and songwriting contributions. Just like Dead Man’s Path, the record offers artwork by German Latorres, and was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound.

A first song from the album will be released on November 30th.

The 13th Beast will be released as black and limited coloured LP plus 4-page LP booklet, CD, and digital album – pre-sales start November 23rd.

The 13th Beast tracklisting:

1. End The Torture
2. Mandatory Butchery
3. Agony For The Chosen
4. Canvas Of Flesh
5. Born Of Pain
6. The Beast Awakened
7. Decimated
8. Bleed Us Free
9. Knife At Hand
10. Trapped Inside
11. Release The Soul

Malevolent Creation lineup:

Lee Wollenschlaeger – vocals / guitars
Phil Fasciana – guitars
Phil Cincilla – drums
Josh Gibbs – bass

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King 810 Premiere New Single & Music Video “Heartbeats”

King 810 premiere a new music video for their song “Heartbeats“. That track is the first to emerge from the group’s upcoming album, “Suicide King“, out in stores on January 25th.

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Psycroptic Premiere New Track & Lyric Video “Upon These Stones”

Psycroptic debut a lyric video for their new track “Upon These Stones“. It’s the third cut to arrive from the group’s new effort “As The Kingdom Drowns“, out November 09th via Prosthetic.

Comments drummer Dave Haley:

“‘Upon These Stones‘ is one of the darker songs on the album and it developed into a very unique song for us. It’s is a lot slower than our ‘usual’ pace; but still very heavy and somewhat ‘brooding’. We are excited by the direction it took our sound in and can’t wait to show it to our fans! It’s very different and that’s why chose it as on of the singles.”

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