Hideous Rebirth Posts “Desecration Seance” Lyric Video

Barbaric death-grinders Hideous Rebirth just premiered lyric video single “Desecration Seance,” taken from the group’s forthcoming album, “La Fosa Comun.”

“It’s about disgruntled spirits,” states bassist/vocalist Cris Gutierrez, “luring us into their realm in order to take over our physical bodies and take their revenge on humanity. ‘La Fosa Común” is a burial ground of unidentified people’s who never really rested properly, so this ties into the album perfectly. Lyrics mixed with rituals, spirits, and brutality make a good fit for Hideous Rebirth.”

New album “La Fosa Comun” is set for release October 27th, 2017 via Gore House Productions on CD and digital formats. Pre-orders are online here.

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Implore Releases “Patterns To Follow” Music Video

Implore just released a brand new video clip for the song “Patterns To Follow,” taken from the group’s upcoming studio album “Subjugate,” which is due out via Century Media Records on September 22nd.

If you missed it, previous song “Untouchable Pyrmaid” can also be streamed at this location. The band also just kicked off a new string of European tour dates alongside Vallenfyre. A full list of upcoming dates can be found after the video.

9/13 Paris, FR – Boule Noire #
9/14 Leiden, NL – Gebr. De Nobel #
9/15 Drachten, NL – IDUNA #
9/16 Helmond, NL – De Cacaofabriek #
9/20 Copenhagen, DK – Pumpehuset #
10/26 Zurich, CH – Werk21/Dynamo &
10/27 Eindhoven, NL – Bloodshed Fest &
10/28 Leipzig, DE – Westwerk &
10/29 Ruzomberok, SK – Nove Korzo &
10/31 Karlsruhe, DE – Dudefest Halloween Edt. &
11/1 Brussels, BE – Magasin 4 &
11/2 Hamburg, DE – Hafenklang &
11/3 Berlin, DE – Tommy Haus, Grindcore Fachtagung &
11/8 Kochi, JP – Chaotic Noise
11/9 Tsuyama, JP – K2
11/10 Osaka, JP – Sengoku Daitoryo
11/11 Shizuoka, JP – Kunperuza
11/12 Tokyo, JP – Dues
11/13 Nishi Ku, JP – El Puente
# with Vallenfyre
& with Gadget

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Futurepunk band The Plague Release “Danger” Music Videos

Futurepunk band The Plague Release “Danger” Music Videos CREDIT: Victor Bravo (click for hi-res) WATCH IT HERE ALSO AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY Today, Rochester-based “Futurepunk” band The Plague has released their debut music video for the single “Danger.” Released last month, the post-apocalyptic track comes from the group’s upcoming EP Hope For the F.U.T.U.R.E and has already racked up over 78K plays on Spotify. […]

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Futurepunk band The Plague Release “Danger” Music Videos

Futurepunk band The Plague Release “Danger” Music Videos CREDIT: Victor Bravo (click for hi-res) WATCH IT HERE ALSO AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY Today, Rochester-based “Futurepunk” band The Plague has released their debut music video for the single “Danger.” Released last month, the post-apocalyptic track comes from the group’s upcoming EP Hope For the F.U.T.U.R.E and has already racked up over 78K plays on Spotify. […]

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Sybernetyks Posts “Virtual Lights” Video

Alt metal band Sybernetyks just released a new music video for “Virtual Lights,” taken from the group’s last album “Dream Machine.” The clip was directed by Paul Darbot & Emilien Vives and can be seen below. For more info on Sybernetyks, head over to Facebook here.

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Die So Fluid Streams “Bittersweet” Track

Los Angeles / London-based band Die So Fluid has released “Bittersweet,” the debut single taken from the group’s 5th LP, “One Bullet From Paradise.” Produced by Drew Richards, “Bittersweet” can be heard below.

“Bittersweet is an alter ego who came to life as I wrote the song” says vocalist Grog. “Part me, part fictional, she embodies all the stuff I like about many of my fave female tv, film and graphic novel characters. She makes a statement about embracing yourself as you are, thorns n all. She’s kick ass but not psycho, sexy and clever, fun and darkly deep. She parties hard and rocks her talents hard.”

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Galactic Cowboys “Evil Twin” – new Throwback Thursday video of the week!

– March 23rd, 2017 –

In celebration of Metal Blade Records‘ 35th anniversary, a recently digitized video from the archives will be launched every Thursday on the label’s official YouTube channel. These videos have never been officially uploaded by the label, and some are not currently available anywhere else online. Previous Throwback Thursday videos include classic cuts from Lizzy Borden, Candlemass, Nevada Beach, Skrew, and more. Watch the latest video and more at the official YouTube playlist.

This week’s installment is Galactic Cowboys “Evil Twin” from the group’s 1997 album “The Horse That Bud Bought.” Download or stream the album via the digital music provider of your choice: smarturl.it/gc-horse

About Galactic Cowboys:
“Ga-lac-tic (g-lak’tik), adj. 1. Of or obtained from milk.
Cow-boy (kou’boi’), n. A ranch worker who rides horseback on his job of herding cattle.” -Webster’s New World Dictionary

There was a sonic ripple (sort of near Katy…but not really) in the otherwise peaceful universe of Houston, Texas. A quartet of dashing young men took the stage claiming to be the Houston Astros. Unbeknownst to them, that name had already been taken. So, they settled for the logical “next best thing” the Galactic Cowboys.

In 1990, they signed with DGC (Geffen) and released two critically acclaimed CD’s, Galactic Cowboys self-title (1991) , and Space In Your Face (1993). In 1995, the band moved to Metal Blade Records and recorded Machine Fish (1996) followed by the EP, Feel The Rage, also released in 1996 (which included covers by Paul McCartney’s Wings and Kiss). The Horse That Bud Bought (1997), At The End Of The Day (1998), and Let it Go (2000) followed.

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Fates Warning “Through Different Eyes” – new Throwback Thursday video of the week!

– March 16th, 2017 –

In celebration of Metal Blade Records‘ 35th anniversary, a recently digitized video from the archives will be launched every Thursday on the label’s official YouTube channel. These videos have never been officially uploaded by the label, and some are not currently available anywhere else online. Previous Throwback Thursday videos include classic cuts from Lizzy Borden, Candlemass, Nevada Beach, Skrew, and more. Watch the latest video and more at the official YouTube playlist.

This week’s installment is Fates Warning “Through Different Eyes” from the group’s 1989 album “Perfect Symmetry.” Download or stream the album via the digital music provider of your choice: http://smarturl.it/perfectsymmetry

About Fates Warning:
Fates Warning stands as one of the most important band in progressive metal, and one of Metal Blade’s earliest success stories. The band released their debut album on Metal Blade Records in 1984, and has since released twelve studio albums, along with numerous DVDs, box sets, and re-mastered expanded editions. In 2016, Fates Warning celebrated the 30th anniversary of their “Awaken the Guardian” album with two live festival appearances with that era’s lineup.

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Fates Warning “Silent Cries” – new Throwback Thursday video of the week!

– March 2nd, 2017 –

In celebration of Metal Blade Records‘ 35th anniversary, a recently digitized video from the archives will be launched every Thursday on the label’s official YouTube channel. These videos have never been officially uploaded by the label, and some are not currently available anywhere else online. Previous Throwback Thursday videos include classic cuts from Lizzy Borden, Candlemass, Nevada Beach, Skrew, and more. Watch the latest video and more at the official YouTube playlist.

This week’s installment is Fates Warning‘s “Silent Cries” from the group’s 1988 album “No Exit.” Download or stream the album via the digital music provider of your choice: http://smarturl.it/fwnoexit

About Fates Warning:
Fates Warning stands as one of the most important band in progressive metal, and one of Metal Blade’s earliest success stories. The band released their debut album on Metal Blade Records in 1984, and has since released twelve studio albums, along with numerous DVDs, box sets, and re-mastered expanded editions. In 2016, Fates Warning celebrated the 30th anniversary of their “Awaken the Guardian” album with two live festival appearances with that era’s lineup.

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Lizzy Borden “Give ‘Em the Axe” – new Throwback Thursday video of the week!

– February 23rd, 2017 –

In celebration of Metal Blade Records‘ 35th anniversary, a recently digitized video from the archives will be launched every Thursday on the label’s official YouTube channel. These videos have never been officially uploaded by the label, and some are not currently available anywhere else online. Previous Throwback Thursday videos include classic cuts from Lizzy Borden, Candlemass, Nevada Beach, Skrew, and more.

This week’s installment is Lizzy Borden‘s “Give ‘Em the Axe” from the group’s 1987 album “Terror Rising.” Download or stream the album via the digital music provider of your choice: smarturl.it/terrorrising

About Lizzy Borden:
Lizzy Borden has spent over 30 years creating some of the most theatrical metal in existence and in the process has become nothing short of a metal icon. Releasing classics such as Love You to Pieces (1985) and Master of Disguise (1989) and obliterating audiences worldwide with a stage show that rivals that of Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper.

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