Night In Gales Premiere New Song & Lyric Video “The Mortal Soul” From Upcoming New Album “The Last Sunsets” – Ex-Morgoth Singer Marc Grewe Guests

German melodic death metal veterans Night In Gales premiere a new song and lyric video entitled “The Mortal Soul”, taken from their upcoming new album “The Last Sunsets”, which will be out in stores on February 23 via Apostasy Records. Ex-Morgoth singer Marc Grewe guests on that particular track.

Check out now “The Mortal Soul” below.

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Polaris Premieres New Song “Lucid” From Brand New Album “The Mortal Coil”

Australia’s Polaris premieres a new song entitled “Lucid”, taken from the upcoming new album “The Mortal Coil”, which is now available on LP, CD and digital via Resist Records / Sharptone Records. “The Mortal Coil” was recorded in Polaris’ self-made studio in Mollymook, NSW, where they shipped American tandem, Carson Slovak and Grant MacFarland of Atrium Audio to oversee the recording.

Check out now “Lucid” below.

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Sun Of The Sleepless Premieres New Song “The Owl” From Upcoming New Album “To the Elements”

Black metal unit Sun Of The Sleepless premieres a new song entitled “The Owl”, taken from the upcoming new album “To the Elements”, which will be released by Prophecy Productions in a variety of formats: as a digipak CD (with a 12-page booklet), a gatefold LP (on both black and limited silver vinyl), and as a collector’s 2xCD box (which includes the digipak CD, the out-of-print 1999 MCD Poems To The Wretches Hearts in a cardsleeve, a patch, and an autographed, hand-numbered certificate in a hotfoil-embossed box).

Check out now “The Owl” below.

Explains Sun Of The Sleepless:

“‘The Owl‘ is actually the first song that was written and recorded for the album. The verse riff/main theme of this song was the spark that lit the fire, so to speak. This was also the first song I recorded the drums for and it made me realize that Black Metal drumming is even more exhausting than I remembered it to be from — wait…18 years ago. ‘The Owl‘ is a hymn to the nocturnal self. The Owl as a symbol for individuality (in German we use the word “Kauz” — tawny owl — to describe a pariah) but also wisdom, superiority — the unrelenting spirit of the night. Musically, I really wanted to have this ‘lonesome nighttime atmosphere’ to be the absolute focus of this song. It draws elements from Empyrium (how come?), old The 3rd and the Mortal, Emperor and influences by some of the more melodic Swedish Black Metal Bands too. One of my favorites for sure. Sublime, free, forever at night — The Owl”

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Sonus Mortis Issues “Hold This Mortal Coil” Update

Sonus Mortis is about to begin the recording process for an upcoming release, and the band issued this statement online:

“I can confirm that I have finished the writing process for the 4th album ‘Hold This Mortal Coil.’ Posting to reveal the new album artwork (Done by Mark Erskine at Erskine Designs), really happy with this one!

“Going to spend the next 2-3 months rehearsing all the guitar/bass/vocal parts before locking in studio time, looking to an October time frame – all going to plan.

“Won’t give too much away but expect plenty of variety (acoustic passages, death-doom elements etc) and extreme endeavor this time round.”

1. Metamorphosis
2. Hold This Mortal Coil
3. Join The Separated Symbiote
4. Monolith
5. The Descending Dealate
6. Tota Mors Certa Est
7. Still
8. The Threads Of Life

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The Soundbyte Posts “Solitary” Music Video

Avant garde metal group The Soundbyte — helmed by former The Third and the Mortal guitarist Trond Engum — is treading dark waters in the new video for “Solitary.”

Drawing from ambient, progressive, and post-rock/metal sounds enhanced by ethereal vocals, The Soundbyte crafts songs that sound massive, aided by dark visuals.

“Solitary slit and tear us,” The Soundbyte told Decibel Magazine. “Beautifully distorting in character, it forces us to through all there is, all there was. It makes us witness our decay within and that of our surroundings twisted and formed by our choices. The album Solitary IV´s title song is moments of battling a haze of disturbing solitary. Intentionally discomforting, the song is aesthetically arranged with signature guitars, expressive drumming, contrasting string arrangements and tenderly raw vocal performances. “

The Soundbyte will release fourth album — aptly titled “Solitary IV” — on June 30th via Temple of Torturous. Pre-orders are now online at this location.

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Rozamov Posts “Serpent Cult” Music Video

As Boston’s Rozamov winds down a U.S. tour in support of debut LP, “This Mortal Road,” the band just released a new video for the track “Serpent Cult” – check it out below.

For the past three weeks, directly in the wake of releasing “This Mortal Road through” Battleground Records and Dullest Records at the beginning of March, Rozamov has been delivering the LP’s psychedelia-strewn monolithic doom to audiences across the country, with the last show taking place tonight in Canton, Ohio.

The band checks in from the road about the new video: “We knew that we wanted to do a video for a song off This Mortal Road. We were also all pretty busy with life so we asked our bud Steve from Sea if he had any cool ideas he wanted to shoot. And the rest is history. We are really grateful to be surrounded by a collective of stellar artists in our scene. We work with friends whenever given the opportunity and this video for ‘Serpent Cult’ is no different. Hope you enjoy.”

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Rozamov Unveils “This Mortal Road” Album Details

Boston-based group Rozomav has issued the details and a brief trailer for upcoming debut full-length album “This Mortal Road,” which is set for co-release through Battleground Records and Dullest Records in March.

With five monolithic passages consuming over forty minutes of textured, melody-laced doom metal, “This Mortal Road” presents a sonic catharsis featuring the longest, heaviest, and most progressive tracks Rozamov has ever created.

“This Mortal Road” will see release March 3rd on vinyl through Battleground Records, on CD and cassette through Dullest Records, and digitally through the band.

1. This Mortal Road
2. Wind Scorpion
3. Serpent Cult
4. Swallowed And Lost
5. Inhumation

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Redemption streams new album, ‘The Art of Loss’, via Prog.TeamRock.com

– February 25th, 2016 –

Tomorrow (February 26th), Redemption – featuring Nick van Dyk, Ray Alder (Fates Warning, Engine), Sean Andrews, and Chris Quirarte (as well as guitarist Bernie Versailles, who is presently on an indefinite medical hiatus) – will release their sixth full-length, The Art of Loss, via Metal Blade Records worldwide! For a preview of the album, fans can head over to Prog.TeamRock.com now, where the record is streaming in its entirety: prog.teamrock.com

To pre-order The Art of Loss, please visit metalblade.com/redemption

Containing over 70 minutes of their unique blend of passion, melody, aggression and complexity, The Art of Loss was produced once again by Tommy Hansen (Helloween, Pagan’s Mind, Pretty Maids, etc.), who worked with the band on 2009′s Snowfall on Judgment Day. The cover artwork was also created by long-time Redemption collaborator Travis Smith (Opeth, Amorphis). Musically, The Art of Loss follows its predecessor (2011′s This Mortal Coil), but their newest work finds composition, musicianship and production taken up another notch, with an array of songs ranging from hard-hitting melodic metal to the 23-minute epic “At Day’s End“– plus, special guest appearances from Chris Broderick, John Bush, Marty Friedman, Simone Mularoni and Chris Poland. See below for the official track-listing!

The Art of Loss track-listing
1. The Art of Loss (featuring Simone Mularoni and Chris Poland)
2. Slouching Towards Bethlehem (featuring Simone Mularoni and Chris Poland)
3. Damaged (featuring Marty Friedman)
4. Hope Dies Last (featuring Chris Poland)
5. That Golden Light
6. Thirty Silver (featuring Chris Poland, Marty Friedman, and Chris Broderick)
7. The Center of the Fire (featuring Chris Poland)
8. Love Reign o’er Me (The Who cover; featuring John Bush and Chris Poland)
9. At Day’s End (featuring Chris Poland and Simone Mularoni)

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https://www.facebook.com/RedemptionBand
https://twitter.com/redemptionmetal

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Dperd Announces New Album “V”

Dperd is coming back and the Italian duo is prepping fifth full-length album “V” for release in March. The band’s label My Kingdom Music comments:

“Once again they focused their efforts on the intimate and atmospheric dark wave mixing it to a filmic fusion of modern melancholic dark rock. The magic of bands like The Cure, Cocteau Twins but also the grandeur of nowadays acts like Dead Can Dance, Lycia, This Mortal Coil and Cranes is present in their music giving to the whole a superb sense of beauty.

“The album will be released on March 14th, 2016 via My Kingdom Music and there’s no way to escape Dperd’s ethereal and nostalgic music… and no reason you’d want to!”

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Sewercide Streaming New Song “Hypothermia”

Australia’s death thrash outfit Sewercide premieres the song “Hypothermia” taken from their upcoming EP “Severing the Mortal Cord”.

“Severing the Mortal Cord” will be released on February 24, 2015, via Australia’s Infernal Devastation Records and can be acquired via the Bandcamp link HERE. And speaking of Bandcamp, two more tracks from the EP are up there for streaming too.

Check out now “Hypothermia” below.

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