Audiotopsy (Mudvayne, Etc.) Premiere New Song “War”

Audiotopsy‘s new single “War” has premiered and is now streaming below. The track is from the group’s impending new album, “The Real Now“, which is scheduled for a November 02nd release via Megaforce. Audiotopsy feature Mudvayne‘s Greg Tribbett and Matt McDonough, as well as ex-Skrape frontman Billy Keeton among their ranks.

Says Tribbett of this latest song:

“This song is about the struggle to survive in this world today, whether it’s cancer, addiction, work or life itself! Every day is a war. It’s a fight! You have to have confidence and resilience.”

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Skálmöld Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Sorgir”

Skálmöld premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s impending new album “Sorgir”, which will be out in stores October 12 on Napalm Records.

Check out now “Sorgir” in its entirety below.

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Dead Register Premiere New Song “Heresy” From Upcoming New EP “Captive”

Gothic post-metal band DEAD REGISTER debut their new track “Heresy”, which is from their impending new EP “Captive” out in stores this November.

Listen to the song below:

The band commented:

“Heresy is an analysis of the predictability of fatuous love, set to a sweetened upbeat post-apocalyptic post-punk vibe. The song is built to mimic the cycles of these types of relationship endeavors that start out quickly, burn brightly, and fade into the deep, heavy, cavernous doldrums. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.”

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Dead Register Premiere New Song “Heresy” From Upcoming New EP “Captive”

Gothic post-metal band DEAD REGISTER debut their new track “Heresy”, which is from their impending new EP “Captive” out in stores this November.

Listen to the song below:

The band commented:

“Heresy is an analysis of the predictability of fatuous love, set to a sweetened upbeat post-apocalyptic post-punk vibe. The song is built to mimic the cycles of these types of relationship endeavors that start out quickly, burn brightly, and fade into the deep, heavy, cavernous doldrums. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.”

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Vreid Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Lifehunger”

Vreid premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s impending new album “Lifehunger”, which will be out in stores later today via Season of Mist.

Check out now “Lifehunger” in its entirety below.

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Zealotry Premiere Title Track From Upcoming New Album “At the Nexus of All Stillborn Worlds”

Boston death metal band Zealotry premiere the title track from their impending new album “At the Nexus of All Stillborn Worlds”, which will be released on December 7th through Unspeakable Axe Records.

Check out now “At the Nexus of All Stillborn Worlds” below.

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Dead Limbs Streaming “Awake! O Sleeper Of The Land Of Shadows”

Dead Limbs just released “Awake! O Sleeper Of The Land Of Shadows,” the sixth and final track from impending new full-length album “Spiritus / Sulphur,” due out January 27th, 2017 via Northern Silence Productions.

1. Golden Age
2. Echoes Of Yore
3. The Craven’s Pilgrimage
4. Monolith of Deceived Hollows
5. The Thorncrown’s Blessing
6. Awake! O Sleeper Of The Land Of Shadows

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New Album “Hell Sweet Hell” Announced By Crawler

Italian metal act Crawler announced the impending new release “Hell Sweet Hell.” The album is expected to drop in 2017 via Valery Records, with distribution via Audioglobe.

“Hell Sweet Hell” is the sophomore full length and the first album in six years. The album was recorded and completed at the tail end of 2015. The cover art was issued today and can be seen below.

Crawler was launched in 2002. In 2005, the band recorded the first demo “Undeads” and later, in 2008, released the debut EP “Burst.” In 2010, the band collaborated with famous producer Beau Hill (Twisted Sister) and issued the single “Knight of the Word,” which would become the title track of the debut full length release issued in 2011 via SG Records.

Stay tuned to further details on the album, which are expected over the next few months.

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