Infallible Releases Debut Full-Length “Aeterna Veritas”

Russian Symphonic Black Metal band Infallible releases their debut album “Aeterna Veritas” today. The album was recorded at Crystal Crown Studio and mixed/mastered by Anton Matveev at BlastWave Studio.

Aeterna Veritas by Infallible

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Divine Realm Premiere New Song “Hanging Valleys” From Upcoming New Album “Nordicity”

Canadian Instrumental Progressive Metal/Prog-Rock/Djent influenced group Divine Realm premiere a new song entitled “Hanging Valleys”, taken from their upcoming new album “Nordicity”, which will be out in stores worldwide March 2nd in association with It Djents.

Check out now “Hanging Valleys” below.

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Svpremacist Premiere Full-Album Stream Of New Album “Black Fuck You Metal”

Svpremacist premiere the full-album stream of the band’s new album “Black Fuck You Metal”, which was released on January 26th.

Check out now “Black Fuck You Metal” in its entirety below.

Black Fuck You Metal by Svpremacist

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Amon Amarth: ‘Deceiver of the Gods’ and ‘Jomsviking’ LP re-issues now available via Metal Blade Records

– February 6th, 2018 –

Amon Amarth has a long history with Metal Blade Records, that goes back to 1998 when they released their debut album, Once Sent From The Golden Hall. That album, along with 1999′s The Avenger, were the first two Amon Amarth records that received the Metal Blade “Originals”-treatment, followed by The Crusher, Versus The World, Fate Of Norns, With Oden On Our Side, Surtur Rising and Twilight of the Thunder God!

Now it’s time for the final two albums – Deceiver Of The Gods and Jomsviking – to receive the same treatment and to complete the series! Both Deceiver Of The Gods and Jomsviking will be released with 400g heavy cardboard spine sleeves (inside out print), 60x60cm two-sided artwork posters and 250g inserts.

See below for an overview of all versions. Pre-order your copies now via Metal Blade Records (USA), EMP (EU), or at our eBay store (EU)!

Deceiver Of The Gods “Originals-Series” 2-LP re-issue
–180g black vinyl
–dusk-blue marbled vinyl (limited to 500 copies – EU exclusive)
–rusty marbled vinyl (limited to 300 copies – EMP exclusive)
–flame splattered vinyl (limited to 200 copies – eBay exclusive)
–clear vinyl (limited to 200 copies – USA exclusive)
–transparent blue / black marble vinyl (limited to 200 copies – USA exclusive)
–ice blue marble vinyl (limited to 100 copies – USA exclusive)

Jomsviking “Originals-Series” 1-LP re-issue
–180g black vinyl
–sky-blue marbled vinyl (limited to 500 copies – EU exclusive)
–clear grey-brown marbled vinyl (limited to 300 copies – EMP exclusive)
–flame splattered vinyl (limited to 200 copies – eBay exclusive)
–transparent red double vinyl (limited to 500 copies – USA exclusive)
–transparent sea blue double vinyl (limited to 500 copies – USA exclusive)

For fans planning to collect all of the releases, a limited, specially designed slipcase-box is available (exclusively at EMP) that fits the complete Amon Amarth back catalog! Get it while supplies last.

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http://twitter.com/amonamarthband
https://www.instagram.com/amonamarth
https://youtube.com/AmonAmarthOfficial
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Xael Unleash New Video “Last Arbiter”

Recently signing to Vancouver, BC’s Test Your Metal Records this past December, North Carolina sci-fi metallers Xael have their next video offering “Last Arbiter” as part of their forthcoming sci-fi adventure album of the same title set for later release in 2018.

Check it out below:

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Watch Mastodon’s GRAMMY Awards Acceptance Speech For “Best Metal Performance”

Footage of Mastodon accepting their GRAMMY at the pre-show awards ceremony can be seen below. The group took home the ‘Best Metal Performance’ For “Sultan’s Curse“, beating out August Burns Red, Body Count, Code Orange and Meshuggah.

So this happened! #mastodon #grammys

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Sacred Reich Signs To Metal Blade, Will Release New Album In 2019

Arizona thrash metal legends Sacred Reich has announced that they have re-signed with Metal Blade Records and plan to release their first studio album since 1996’s, “Heal” next year. Sacred Reich vocalist and bassist Phil Rind comments:

“We are very happy to announce that Sacred Reich have signed with Metal Blade Records and we are writing songs for a new album. Our plan is to go into the studio this summer and have a new record out early next year. We are super excited and can’t wait to share some new music with you!”

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The Crown Debut New Song “Iron Crown” From Upcoming New EP “Cobra Speed Venom”

The Crown debut a new song entitled “Iron Crown”, taken from their upcoming new EP “Cobra Speed Venom”, which will be out in stores March 16 via Metal Blade.

Check out now “Iron Crown” below.

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Fleshworks Sign With Apostasy Records

The meat grinding machine Fleshworks was founded in 2008 to create hard-line death metal without flourish, but in consideration of modern standards of the metal-processing industry. Besides their great debut “The Deadventure”, it was the live presentation of the band, which impressed audiences the most.

They left, quite literally, scorched earth as they shared the stage with Krisiun, Vader, Disbelief, Exhumed or Cephalic Carnage. After a longer break, the Fleshworks are relaunched. With the assistance of its new fuel named Apostasy Records, the five-piece destruction command will present its next product in short.

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Xael Debut New Song & Video “Apathy of the Immortal” From Upcoming Debut Album “The Last Arbiter”

North Carolina’s Xael debut a new song and video titled “Apathy of the Immortal”, taken from their upcoming debut album “The Last Arbiter”, which will be released next year by Test Your Metal Records.

Check out now “Apathy of the Immortal” below.

Explains the band:

“‘Apathy of the Immortal’ takes place a bit into the story. The immortal wayfarer, after venturing to this hostile planet, finds himself burdened by his past and the degrading endeavors of sentient life. Accompanied by the “Watchers of Xan”, a resistance group on Tymeer, he finds that his body regenerates time after time but his mental capacity for coping with this lengthened life span is diminishing, causing him to have disassociation and hallucinations.

“One such hallucination is seeing a demonic apparition of ‘Time’ and its acolyte ‘Decay’. For time cannot touch the wayfarer, it taunts him with its ability to take away the world around him. This song is a reflection of the fear of what the future holds and our control over such events.”

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