Soulfly Share Teaser For Eleventh Studio Full-Length

Soulfly tease some new material below that they have in the works for their eleventh studio full-length. Recording sessions for that album are to start this month with Josh Wilbur (Lamb Of God, Gojira) helming the production.

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Soulfly Share Teaser For Eleventh Studio Full-Length

Soulfly tease some new material below that they have in the works for their eleventh studio full-length. Recording sessions for that album are to start this month with Josh Wilbur (Lamb Of God, Gojira) helming the production.

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Sadus Working On First New Material In Over A Decade

San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans Sadus are working on their first new material in over a decade.

Tells mainman Darren Travis: “I have been working on new material for quite sometime with drummer Jon Allen in his personal studio in Texas. I am going to record again in Trident Studios in the next few weeks for two/three new tracks. Guitars and voice. Teasers will be posted on Facebook via YouTube links. Then full songs soon.”

Sadus’ last album “Out for Blood”, was released in North America in 2006 via The End Records and through Holland’s Mascot Records in Europe.

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More Studio Footage Of New Project From Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta & Ex-Twisted Sister Singer Dee Snider Posted

More studio footage of vocalist Jamey Jasta‘s (Hatebreed) latest project with ex-Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has been shared online. Jasta has also mentioned via Twitter that members of Toxic Holocaust are involved with the project as well. A previous tease of the pair working on new material can be found HERE.

2/3 of @ToxicHolocaust ???????? https://t.co/DkfZdW9RQ1

— Jamey Jasta (@jameyjasta) November 12, 2017

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Skinlab Debuts New Track “End Of Silence”

Skinlab debuts a new song titled “End Of Silence”, which is the first proper taste of new music by the band in almost a decade. The track was produced by Steve Holt of 36 Crazyfists. More new material is expected in 2018.

Check out now “End Of Silence” below.

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Murashita Posts “Inescapable Damnation” Lyric Video

Murashita, masterminded by guitarist, producer and engineer Masaki Murashita, just released an official lyric video for the song “Inescapable Damnation,” which is the title track off the EP of the same name.

This song features the talents of David Ellefson (Megadeth) on bass and Kevin Talley (Suffocation, Six Feet Under, Chimaira) on drums. The “Inescapable Damnation” EP is in stores through Plastic Head Distribution now, and Murashita is currently writing new material for an upcoming release.

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Machine Head Teases New Track & Gives Studio Update

Machine Head has posted a new video update from the band’s latest round of recording sessions at Sharkbite Studios with Zack Ohren (All Shall Perish, Suffocation), and plays a snippet of a new track. You can find that by skipping ahead to about 30 minutes in the player below. In addition to discussing the new material the band is also partaking in a fan Q&A.

Check it out below.

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Fire For Effect (Ex-Malevolent Creation/Suffocation, Etc.) Shares New Teaser Clip From Upcoming Debut Album

Fire For Effect – featuring vocalist Bret Hoffman, guitarist Gio Geraca (both ex-Malevolent Creation), bass player Tony Choy (Atheist, ex-Cynic), drummer Mike Smith (ex-Suffocation) and second guitarist Eric Bukowski – shares a teaser clip for the band’s self-titled track. The band is currently working on new material for a full length album, set to be released at the end of this year.

Check out now “Fire For Effect” below.

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Mutank Releasing New EP “W.H.A.T.S.T.H.A.T.”

Montreal thrash champions Mutank return with a new EP titled “W.H.A.T.S.T.H.A.T.” due out June 16th via Boonsdale Records. This five track demolisher was produced with Topon Das (Fuck The Facts).

The new EP from the 2014 Wacken Metal Battle Canada winners is a short, but sweet to follow up to debut cassette “M.E.C.H. Metal” and is a taste of what’s to come from the band’s full-length album planned to be unleashed later this year.

Vocalist/bassist Stephen Reynolds comments: “Someone is gonna hurt their neck listening to this…This upcoming EP ‘W.H.A.T.S.T.H.A.T’ sort of started as a joke. I just thought it would be funny to force an acronym for ‘what’s that?’ and I came up with ‘We Have Alottta Thrash Songs That Have Abbreviate Titles’. From there we came up with the concept of an EP with a bunch of forced acronym titles. The EP itself was written somewhat conceptually with the individual songs being very short thrash songs that come together to make one longer progressive thrash track, which harkens back to the title since we don’t even know what it is! We have a ton of new material in the works as well, people can expect new stuff sooner rather than later!”

1. L.I.F.E. (1:01)
2. I.D.I.O.T. (2:06)
3. P.O.P.U.L.O.U.S. (1:40)
4. F.O.G. (1:33)
5. D.E.A.T.H. (3:50)

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Megaton Leviathan Working On Music, Recruits New Lineup

In the three years since Megaton Leviathan released 2014’s “Past 21” album, Andrew James Costa Reuscher and Mort Subite have been diligently creating new material to meet and exceed Megaton’s reputation of fusing disparate elements into new, borderline narcotic compositions.

To help facilitate this goal, several new members have been drafted in both studio and live capacities, including ex-Lord Dying drummer Jonathan Reid, vocalist and concert violinist Andrea Morgan, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Travis Hathaway, and bassist Trejen.

This new, diversely talented cast has already inspired unexpected creative reward in the studio, and will no doubt entrance live audiences worldwide as Megaton Leviathan takes to the road once again supporting a presently incubating goliath later this year.

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