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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My Dying Bride Inks Record Deal With Nuclear Blast

For 27 years, My Dying Bride from West Yorkshire have been the voice of the hopeless and broken, combining haunting sounds with crushing misery and melancholy. With a signature sound, the group has shaped the doom metal scene like barely any other act and integrated both soft violin melodies and violent death metal growls into the music.

Ssince the early Nineties, band masterminds and founding members Andrew Craighan and Aaron Stainthorpe have forged beautiful grief into twelve studio albums with songs of epic length. However for their 13th release, they are now bound for new horizons and proudly announce signing to Nuclear Blast Records.

Singer and lyricist Aaron Stainthorpe comments: “It is with great pleasure that My Dying Bride can announces joining forces with the formidable Nuclear Blast Records in early 2017 and has already begun working on material for the next LP and singles. It is no secret that Nuclear Blast continued to expand greatly over the years, signing epic bands from all corners of the world and giving them the chance they deserve to make something of themselves in the ever expanding metal scene. And it’s time that My Dying Bride came along for the ride. We are hoping that this wedding between a very solid label and a well-established act will bear fruit of mighty proportions in the exciting years to come!”

Since My Dying Bride rarely leaves damp catacombs to perform live rituals, each show is a highlight in itself and on April 22nd, the group will expose “Turn Loose The Swans” in its entire length at Roadburn Festival. Together with Shaun ‘Winter’ Taylor-Steels on drums and a special backdrop lighting, the band will haunt the Dutch stage and deliver a truly unique experience.

22nd April – NL, Roadburn Festival
15th July – POL, Bolkow, Castle Party
1st October – UK, HRH Doom Vs HRH Stoner

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Six Feet Under Posts “Schizomaniac” Playthrough Video

Tomorrow (February 24th), Six Feet Under returns with 12th studio album “Torment” and a new leap in intensity. There’s plenty of classic Six Feet Under groove to be had on the album, but fans will note a much more aggressive approach, and even more blast beats throughout.

This is a cantankerous Six Feet Under with absolutely nothing to prove. This is Six Feet Under at the group’s most deadly.

For a preview of “Torment,” a band playthrough for the new track, “Schizomaniac” – by Jeff Hughell and Marco Pitruzzella – can be viewed below. You can also hear more and pre-order the album at at this location.

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Death Awaits Announces New Album “Solve Coagula”

French group Death Awaits was formed in 2002 and creates music influenced from classic metal genres from death and thrash to hardcore and grind.

Having previously released two albums, “Out Of Adversity” in 2011 and “The Abominable” in 2014, now the group has signed with Sliptrick Records and is gearing up to release a new full-length studio album titled “Solve Coagula.”

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Virulent Depravity Streams “Beyond The Point Of No Return”

Newly formed technical death metal overlords Virulent Depravity recently announced the upcoming release of debut album, “Fruit of the Poisoned Tree,” which will see release on April 14th through The Artisan Era Records.

Today, the group unleashes a scorching new single called “Beyond the Point of No Return.” Pre-orders are also online for the impending album over here.

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
8. Only Human
9. Mechanized Defilement
10. Crushed by Futuristic Filth

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Virulent Depravity Streams “Beyond The Point Of No Return”

Newly formed technical death metal overlords Virulent Depravity recently announced the upcoming release of debut album, “Fruit of the Poisoned Tree,” which will see release on April 14th through The Artisan Era Records.

Today, the group unleashes a scorching new single called “Beyond the Point of No Return.” Pre-orders are also online for the impending album over here.

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
8. Only Human
9. Mechanized Defilement
10. Crushed by Futuristic Filth

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Princess Pang “Trouble in Paradise” – new Throwback Thursday video of the week!

– February 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.

This week’s installment is Princess Pang‘s “Trouble in Paradise” from the group’s 1989 self-titled album. Download or stream the album via the digital music provider of your choice: http://smarturl.it/princesspang

About Princess Pang:
Princess Pang vocalist Jeni Foster met bassist Ronnie Roze on New Year’s Eve 1985 in Manhattan. The two vowed to form a band together, and when Roze had to return home to Sweden in order to renew his Visa, Foster was right by his side. They found guitarist Andy Tjernon in Sweden and Princess Pang was officially born. The three began recording demos, but were unable to find a drummer that suited them. They kept sending the demos to drummer Brian Keats (Roze’s band mate in Angels In Vain) in New York, hoping he would hook up with them.

In the fall of 1986 Keats did in fact join the group when the three returned to America from Sweden, and proceeded to finalize the band with the addition of guitarist Jay Lewis. They got signed to Metal Blade records, released an outstanding album, and toured behind the likes of Mr. Big, Ace Frehley and Wolfsbane.

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