New Song “Centenarian” Streaming From Excalion

Finnish melodic power metal act Excalion is streaming the new single “Centenarian.” The song will appear on the upcoming new release “Dream Alive” (the follow up to 2010’s “High Time”). The album’s artwork was unveiled recently and can be viewed below. More information on the album is expected very soon.

“Centenarian” is the first studio track featuring vocalist Marcus Lång (Force Majeure), who joined in 2015.

Check out “Centenarian” here:

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New Song “Surrender” Available For Streaming From Disperse

Polish progressive metal act Disperse is streaming another new song from the forthcoming studio effort “Foreword,” which is set for release on February 24th, 2017 via Season of Mist. Check out “Surrender” in the player below.

“Foreword” is uplifting and inspirational, and sees Disperse take a bold step into the future, showcasing the band’s immense flair for elegant and evocative songwriting.

Check out “Surrender” here:

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Animation Video For “Original Sin” Posted By Sound Storm

Italian metal act Sound Storm issued an animation video clip for the song “Original Sin.” The song is taken from the band’s latest effort “Vertigo,” which is available now through RockShots Records.

Check out the clip here:

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Intervals Premieres New Video For “Libra” With Footage From Tour With Animals As Leaders

Canadian technical progressive metal act Intervals premieres a new music video for “Libra”. The clip is a collection of footage captured by Randy Edwards, taken across Europe and North America on the band’s tour with Animals As Leaders.

Check out now “Libra” below.

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Video Clip “Tether” Available From Disperse

Polish progressive metal act Disperse issued a video clip for the new song “Tether.” The track was lifted from the forthcoming studio effort “Foreword,” which is set for release on February 24th, 2017 via Season of Mist.

“Foreword” is uplifting and inspirational, and sees Disperse take a bold step into the future, showcasing the band’s immense flair for elegant and evocative songwriting. See what we mean here:

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Lyric Video For New Song “God Of War” Issued By Syron Vanes

Swedish traditional metal act Syron Vanes released a lyric video for the new song “God Of War.” The song is the title track to the new album, which is set for release on January 27, 2017 via Mighty Music.

The track list for “Chaos From A Distance” is:

1. God Of War
2. Angelchild
3. Chaos From A Distance (see music video here)
4. Crucified
5. The Seventh Day
6. Trial By Spirit
7. Lies
8. Shape Of God
9. I Don’t Wanna See You Die
10. Saints On Fire
11. Master Of Overkill
12. Ringside
13. Sleepwalking

Check out clip here:

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Damn Dice Posts “Home” Music Video

London based, five-piece hard rock/metal act Damn Dice just released a new video for the “Home” single, taken from the band’s debut album “The Great Unknown.” Check it out below, and be sure to see Damn Dice live:

10th March 2017 – Hard Rock Hell AOR Festival
26th-29th May 2017 – Breaking bands Festival

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New Song “Sectarian” Available For Streaming From Soen

Swedish progressive metal act Soen, featuring the otherworldly-driven drumming of Martin Lopez (formerly of Amon Amarth and Opeth) and the dynamic voice of Joel Ekelöf (Willowtree), is streaming the new song “Sectarian,” which you can check out below. The song is the opening track from the third studio album “Lykaia,” which is set to drop on February 3rd via UDR Music.

Pre-orders for “Lykaia” can be made at this location.

The track listing for the album is:

1. Sectarian
2. Orison
3. Lucidity
4. Opal
5. Jinn
6. Sister
7. Stray
8. Paragon

Check out “Sectarian” here:

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New Video Clip “Jennifer” Released By Faithsedge

California hard rock/progressive metal act Faithsedge, featuring Stryper bassist Tim Gaines and Silent Force/Level 10 keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio, released a video clip for the song “Jennifer.”

The song is taken from the band’s latest album “Restoration,” which was issued back in June via Scarlet Records. Check out the clip here:

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