Comity Releasing New Album “A Long, Eternal Fall”

“A Long, Eternal Fall,” the fourth full-length album from France’s experimental extreme metal band Comity, will proudly be released on May 26th in partnership with Translation Loss Records (US) and Throatruiner Records (Europe).

Delivering eight new songs packed with hypnotizing and meticulously dissonant compositions, Comity pushed boundaries with fierce dedication to create the group’s most exquisite and focused release to date.

The album was recorded live by Frederic Rochette at P.N.F. Studios and then mixed & mastered by both Frederic and Comity. Check out the cover artwork below.

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Absorb Recruits New Bassist Manfred “Popai” Kräck

German death metal band Absorb just announced the addition of bassist Manfred “Popai” Kräck (ex-Obstinacy). Guitarist Stefan Pfisterer says of the latest addition:

“We are very proud to welcome Popai as the newest member of Absorb. He was the missing element we have been searching for and definitely fits in the group. We are delighted to convey our next chapter of death metal with him.”

In further news, Absorb is currently working on a new album, which will be released near the end of 2017. Stay tuned for info.

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Death In Motion Posts “Darkly Dreaming” Music Video

Las Vegas, NV based metal band Death In Motion just released an official music video for “Darkly Dreaming.” Filmed, directed, and edited by Chaz Dray, “Darkly Dreaming” is off of the group’s 2014 album, “Dias de Los Muertos.”

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Future Faces Posts First Song “Embraces” Online

Swiss band Future Faces just debuted first track “Embraces” online, which can be heard below. Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Nails, Beastmilk, Okkultokrati) and with artwork designed by Jonathan Sirit (Belgrado), the group’s debut EP “Revolt” will be released May 26th on 12″ vinyl via Throatruiner Records and GPS Prod.

With hypnotic drums, abyssal bass lines, elegant yet unpolished guitar work and reverb-drenched vocals, each track is a slow condescension into a lightness, enveloping sound, and the birth certificate of a band that is nothing but full of promises.

01. Embraces
02. Columns
03. Structures
04. January

Revolt by Future Faces

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Ascentia Streaming “Pathways” EP

Progressive metal band Ascentia is pleased to announce the release of the “Pathways” EP, which can be heard below or picked up at Bandcamp here.

Founded in 2008, Ascentia is a five piece group based out of Greensboro, NC. Each member’s varied musical background lends a distinctive flavor to the group which results in sonic diversity. The combination of each member’s eclectic musical tastes and desire to create give Ascentia its unique sound.

1. Catharsis (3:21)
2. Revenge (3:38)
3. Aphelion (8:16)
4. Perseverate (6:44)

Pathways by Ascentia

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Anialator Signs With Xtreem Music, Re-Releasing Discography

U.S. thrash outfit Anialator just inked a deal with Xtreem Music for the re-issue of all the group’s 80’s demos & EP’s as well as a new comeback recording in form of a mini CD.

Hailing from corpus Christi, Texas, Anialator formed back in 1986 and recorded a 1st demo during the last days of the year, being released in early ’87, which introduced the group to the scene and granted a deal for two 12″ EP’s with Wild Rags Records, as well as recording a last demo in ’90, which remained unreleased, before changing names to Sufferance.

Anialator reformed in 2015 and is now seeing the entire previous discography re-issued on a CD entitled “Mission of Death,” with all kinds of extras like demo & EP covers, photos, flyers, liner notes, etc and remastered sound. The track listing will consist of:

“Anialator” [EP ’88]
01. Anialator
02. Nuclear Destruction
03. Extermination By Dawn
04. Mission of Death
“Anialator II” [EP ’89]
05. Filicide
06. No Future
07. Fatal Decision
08. Anialator (Live)
09. Mission of Death (Live)
“Demo 1987”
10. Anialator
11. Feel the Pain
12. Nuclear Destruction
13. Mission of Death
“Demo 1990” [unreleased]
14. The Unexpected
15. Decimation
16. The Suffering

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Virulent Depravity Streams New Song “Desecrating Eden”

Newly formed technical death metal group Virulent Depravity continues to roll out mindboggling new singles off upcoming debut album, “Fruit of the Poisoned Tree,” due to see release on April 7th through The Artisan Era Records.

Today, the group streams a third new single called “Desecrating Eden.” If you’re in need of some sophisticated shredding, gorgeous keyboard solos like the one appearing here from Jimmy Pitts, or you just crave some intense blastbeats and chill, check out the song below.

1. Serpentine Messiah
2. Spineless Obedience
3. Your Demise
4. Desecrating Eden
5. Fruit of the Poisoned Tree
6. Bad Drug
7. Beyond the Point of No Return (streaming here)
8. Only Human
9. Mechanized Defilement (streaming here)
10. Crushed by Futuristic Filth

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All Else Fails Releases “The Forever Lie” Music Video

Canadian metalcore band All Else Fails released new EP “The Forever Lie” this past February (still available for streaming here) and also embarked on the group’s first international tour of India to perform at the Unmaad Fest and the Alcheringa Fest.

While on tour, the band made sure to capture every moment visually to share with fans. The end result is a new music video for title track “The Forever Lie” – check it out below. The EP’s full track listing is as follows:

1. Beneath The Waves (4:12)
2. The Sons of Plenty (3:35)
3. The Forever Lie (3:34)
4. Twice Broken (4:44)
5. Broken (4:11)
6. Terracide (7:54)

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Sincarnate Announces New Album “In Nomine Homini”

Romanian metal band Sincarnate is pleased to announce the group’s upcoming new album will be titled “In Nomine Homini.”

The album was recorded during June – September 2016 at the Consonance Studio in Timisoara, Romania, and was mixed and mastered during December 2016 – February 2017 by Edmond Karban, Cristian “Jimmy,” and Andrei Jumuga.

As with the last two Sincarnate records, “In Nomine Homini” will be published by Hatework, with full details forthcoming. Live video for a track off the album can also be seen below.

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Sincarnate Announces New Album “In Nomine Homini”

Romanian metal band Sincarnate is pleased to announce the group’s upcoming new album will be titled “In Nomine Homini.”

The album was recorded during June – September 2016 at the Consonance Studio in Timisoara, Romania, and was mixed and mastered during December 2016 – February 2017 by Edmond Karban, Cristian “Jimmy,” and Andrei Jumuga.

As with the last two Sincarnate records, “In Nomine Homini” will be published by Hatework, with full details forthcoming. Live video for a track off the album can also be seen below.

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