Deluge Posts “Aether” Record Release Show Footage

French black metal band Deluge has released footage online shot at the “Aether” release party that took place late last year at Nantes, Le Ferrailleur. Check it out below.

You can also hear the entire album – out now via LADLO Productions – at this location. The album’s track listing is:

1. Avalanche 04:50
2. Appât 05:18
3. Mélas-Kholé 03:54
4. Naufrage 05:14
5. Houle 06:53
6. Klarträumer 09:29
7. Vide 06:09
8. Hypoxie 07:14
9. Bruine 06:32

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Sanzu Posts Full “Heavy Over The Home” Album Online

“Heavy Over The Home,” the debut full-length from Australian death metal group Sanzu, will be released in just a few days, yet today the five-piece is giving fans a chance to hear the entire record ahead of time. Listen in below, courtesy of MetalSucks.net.

The follow-up to this year’s previous EP “Painless” will be out on December 3, 2015 and features ten new tracks, all recorded by the band in Perth – Australia. You can see Sanzu live on these upcoming dates:

Brisbane, Dec 3rd @ New Globe Theatre – w/Hope Drone, Eternal Rest + More
Sydney, Dec 4th @ Valve Bar , Underground – w/Rise of Avernus, Gods of Eden + More
Melbourne, Dec 5th @ Reverence Hotel – w/Hollow World, Athenas Wake + More
Perth, Dec 11th @ Amplifier Capitol – w/LO!, Förstöra, Bayou, Deadspace
Melbourne, Dec 12th @ The Tote – Metal Obsession Fest w/Orpheus Omega, Hybrid Nightmares

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Acidiun Releases “9 Circles” EP

Acidiun has a new lyric video online for the track “Strolling Downwards,” taken from the freshly released EP “9 Circles.”

The EP was recorded, mixed and mastered by Dennis Bertilsson of Cedron while the lyric video and illustrations were handled by Daniel Erstrand of Redire.

Check out the lyric clip below, and if you dig it, you can hear the entire EP by heading over to Spotify here.

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Goatsnake Announces “Black Age Blues” Listening Party

With Goatsnake’s newest LP in a decade-and-a-half, “Black Age Blues,” nearing its unveiling in early June, this weekend the band has several special Southern California pre-release actions planned.

First up, this Saturday, May 2nd the band will venture out to secluded Pioneertown for a one-off show at Pappy and Harriet’s. The next day, Sunday, May 3rd, sees the band hosting a public record listening party in Los Angeles where members of Goatsnake will be in attendance and fans can hear the entire album a full month before its release.

Following this weekend’s actions, the band also has a record release show in Los Angeles on May 20th, followed by the band’s first performance at Maryland Deathfest just days later. “Black Age Blues” will be released through Southern Lord Recordings in North America on June 2nd, 2015.

5/02/2015 Pappy And Harriet’s – Pioneertown, CA w/ Mojave Lords
5/03/2015 Black – Los Angeles, CA *Black Age Blues listening party
5/20/2015 Complex – Glendale, CA *Black Age Blues release show w/ Bl’ast, Eagle Twin
5/24/2015 Maryland Deathfest – Baltimore, MD
5/30/2015 Temples Festival – Bristol, UK
6/01/2015 De Kreun – Kortrijk, BE
6/02/2015 Melkweg – Amsterdam, NL
6/03/2015 SO36 – Berlin, DE
6/04/2015 Freakvalley Festival – Siegen, DE
6/07/2015 AN Club – Athens, GR
6/20/2015 Crucialfest – Salt Lake City, UT

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Charnia Posts Full “Dageraad” Album Online

Belgian label Consouling Sounds recently released “Dageraad,” the debut full-length album from Belgium-based post-metal/drone/ambient collective Charnia. You can now hear the entire album below, courtesy of CVLT Nation.

Hailing from Waasland, Belgium, Charnia combine elements of such disparate genres as sludge, post-metal, drone, and ambient to conjure a mesmerizing atmosphere that can be equally terrifying and serene, haunting yet enchanting.

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Bury What’s Left Streams New Song “The Moon”

Hungarian metal band Bury What’s Left has released a new song online for streaming titled “The Moon,” which comes by way of the “Memoirs” EP and can be heard below.

If you dig the sound of Bury What’s Left, be sure to also hear the entire previous release “There Is No Solace In The End” over at Bandcamp here.

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Aposento Streaming Full Self-Titled Album

Just days before the release of Spanish outfit Aposento’s self-titled album (due out May 1st), today you can hear the entire “Aposento” album below. Xtreem Music also comments:

“Formed back in 1990, they gained a good reputation with their demos ’91 & ’93, followed in ’97 by their first mini CD after which they entered in a 15-year hiatus until 2012 when they reformed and released another mini CD which was well received within the Spanish extreme Metal underground and quickly making of Aposento a force to reckon.

“2013 was a busy year for the band, in which they concentrated on writing new songs for their long awaited debut full length album. And here it is!! 24 years after their inception, Aposento has just finished the recordings for their self-titled album that shows a truly classic style of Death Metal clearly rooted in sounds of 90’s U.S. death metal like good old Cannibal Corpse, Death, Decidie, Massacre… With a heavy production and awesome cover artwork by Igor Mugerza, ‘Aposento’ is destined to become one of the most outstanding works in the Spanish extreme metal scene for 2014!”

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Lalu Working On New Album “Orkeystra”

French progressive metal keyboardist and composer, Vivien Lalu, is ecstatic to announce his new official sponsorship by Roland Keyboards. Having relied heavily on the brand for his entire career thus far, this new endorsement is a major breakthrough for the artist.

Stated Lalu on his union with the company: “After twenty years of using their keyboards I can now say that I’m proud to have joined the Roland family! I want to thank Roland Japan for the great welcome, and look forward to present you their amazing new products.”

In September 2013, Sensory Records released Lalu’s newest solo album, “Atomic Ark,” which featured a lineup of vocalist Martin LeMar (Mekong Delta), bassist Mike LePond (SymphonyX), guitarist Simone Mularoni (DGM) and drummer Virgil Donati (PlanetX), in addition to countless guest contributions.

Lalu is currently immersed in the creation of new material for his full-length follow-up to “Atomic Ark” for Sensory Records, having already confirmed its title as “Orkeystra.” The impending album will venture into new territory by featuring multiple singers in addition to Martin LeMar, who usually handles all vocals. New information on the next chapter in the Lalu lineage will be released throughout the rest of the year in preparation for its release in 2015.

You can also hear the entire previous album “Atomic Ark” in the player below.

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Nothing Streaming Full New Album “Guilty Of Everything”

Philadelphia-based Nothing will released debut LP, “Guilty of Everything,” on March 3rd via Relapse Records. Today you can hear the entire album over at NPR.org here.

Pre-orders are available over at this location, and you can also check out the “Bent Nail” track below.

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