Destroyer 666 Announces European Tour With Nocturnal Graves

Destroyer 666 have announced new European tour dates together with label mates Nocturnal Graves in the Autumn of 2019. The metal wolf-pack will be playing in support of their latest EP “Call of the Wild.” A full list of confirmed shows can be found below. Also joining them on the trek will be Dead Congregation and Inconcessus Lux Lucis.

24 Oct Vienna (AT) Viper Room
25 Oct Ljubljana (SI) Orto Bar
26 Oct Arci Mu Parma (IT) Circolo
27 Oct Villeurbanne (FR) CCO
28 Oct Paris (FR) Petit Bain
29 Oct London (UK) The Underworld
30 Oct Leiden (NL) Gebr de Nobel
01 Nov Mannheim (DE) MS Connexion Complex
02 Nov Zwickau (DE) Club Seilerstraße
03 Nov Krakow (PL) Kwadrat
04 Nov Prague (CZ) Futurum
05 Nov Munich (DE) Backstage
06 Nov Oberhausen (DE) Helvete
08 Nov Rostock (DE) Zwischenbau
09 Nov Poznan (PL) U Bazyla
10 Nov Warsaw (PL)

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Tyr Confirmed For 70000 Tons Of Metal 2019

Faroe Islands metal outfit Tyr are the latest band to be confirmed for this year’s edition of the 70000 Tons Of Metal cruise. The ship will set sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on January 31 and dock in Labadee, Haiti, before returning on February 4.

The lineup is now as follows:

Accept
Arkona
Atrocity
Bodyfarm
Chontaraz
Convulse
Coroner
Cyhra
Dark Funeral
Delain
Eluveitie
Ensiferum
Exmortus
Fleshgod Apocalypse
Gloryhammer
Heidevolk
In Vain
Kalmah
Kamelot
Krisiun
Max & Iggor: Return To Roots
Mayan
Mors Principium Est
Ne Obliviscaris
Night Demon
Nile
Obituary
Onslaught
Paradise Lost
Persefone
Pestilence
Rage
Raven
Riot V
Sodom
Soulfly
Steve Grimmett’s Grim Reaper
Subway To Sally
Svartsot
The Black Dahlia Murder
Tiamat
Tristania
Twilight Force
Tyr
Unleash The Archers
Van Canto
Vicious Rumors
Visions Of Atlantis
Vomitory
Warbringer

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Oblivion Premiere New Music Video For “Fear What Is Unknown”

Oblivion debut a new music video for their track called “Fear What Is Unknown“. That track appears on the group’s self-titled new record which will be out next week on January 21st. The band’s vocalist Nick Vasallo co-produced this latest effort alongside Zack Ohren (Machine Head, Suffocation).

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Altitudes & Attitude (Megadeth, Anthrax) Premiere New Music Video For “Late”

Altitudes & Attitude, featuring the duo of David Ellefson (Megadeth) and Frank Bello (Anthrax), premiere a new music video for their latest single “Late“. Their new record “Get It Out” will hit stores this Friday, January 18th.

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Vltimas (Ex-Morbid Angel/Mayhem, Etc.) Premiere “Total Destroy!”

Vltimas, the new death metal outfit comprised of ex-Morbid Angel bassist/vocalist David Vincent, ex-Mayhem guitarist Rune “Blasphemer” Eriksen and Cryptopsy drummer Flo Mounier, premiere a second track from their forthcoming debut release “Something Wicked Marches In“.

Below you can take in “Total Destroy!” from the album in advance of its March 29th release via Season Of Mist.

Says Eriksen of this latest song:

“One of the last songs we did for the album, and definitely a song that reflects the energy and determination we put into our debut. No mercy, just ‘Total Destroy!‘”

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Crawl Premiere New Video For “Reject the Cross” From Latest Album “Rituals”

Swedish death metal band Crawl premiere a new video for “Reject the Cross”, taken from their latest album “Rituals”, which was released August 20th via Transcending Obscurity.

Check out now “Reject the Cross” below.

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Slipknot Share Behind-The-Scenes Studio Clip For “All Out Life”

Slipknot share a short behind-the-scenes studio clip for their latest single “All Out Life“. Official studio recording sessions for the group’s new album are planned to start in January.

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Arkheth Premiere New Video For “Trismegistus” From Latest Album “12 Winter Moons Comes The Witches Brew”

Australian experimental black metal band Arkheth premiere a new video for “Trismegistus”, taken from their latest album “12 Winter Moons Comes The Witches Brew”, which was released on February 20th by Transcending Obscurity Records.

Check out now “Trismegistus” below.

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