Sonic Prophecy Debut New Song & Video “Night Terror” From Upcoming New Album “Savage Gods”

American power metallers Sonic Prophecy are set to unleash their third full length “Savage Gods” via Rockshots Records on January 19, 2018. Featuring 10 fist pounding tracks rooted in traditional heavy metal melded with the symphonic beauty of power metal, Sonic Prophecy capture the excitement and sound of such bands as Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Helloween, Hammerfall and Kamelot while blending other musical styles to arrive at a sound all their own.

The band’s new music video and first single “Night Terror” can be viewed below.

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Void Ritual Announces “Holodomor” Cassette Release

Tridoid Records has issued the following announcement about an upcoming release from Void Ritual:

“Tridroid Records is proud to announce that we will be releasing Void Ritual’s ‘Holodomor’ on cassette. While the album has been available as a digital download for some time, the ‘Holodomor’ physical release will include the previously unreleased track ‘Mourning the Dawn.’

“Void Ritual is a one man project of Daniel Jackson (Also of Ancestral Oath). Meant to be uglier and more miserable than his other musical pursuits, Void Ritual deals with death as a visceral, human experience. The EP’s name, ‘Holodomor’ refers to a man-made famine, which resulted in the deaths of millions of people from the Ukraine.”

The track listing is as follows:

1. Cold
2. Void Ritual
3. Holodomor
4. Mourning The Dawn

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Day In Day Out Calls It Quits, Lining Up Final Shows

Day In Day Out has issued the following announcement about calling it quits and lining up final shows:

“Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve reached the decision to end Day In Day Out and embark on other musical projects.

“We’ve grown up a lot since the band started, and it overshadows a lot of what we do. Day In Day Out is done, but we won’t stop making music as we mature and all. Come out to some of our last shows. We’ll be releasing info on the last one soon.

“Thank you again for all the support from friends, family, and strangers alike.”

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Demonic Resurrection Splits With Guitar Player Daniel Rego

India’s Demonic Resurrection has parted ways with guitarist Daniel Rego, who issued the following statement:

“To everyone who’s listened to and supported Demonic Resurrection over all these years, thank you. My decision to part ways with the band is based on a simple fact – I no longer feel the same passion and connection with this style of music, in general.

“Demonic Resurrection is at a stage where it requires a 100% from everyone involved in order to move forward, and speaking as an individual musician, I feel I am no more in the musical and aesthetic space to fully give to the band what it deserves.

“I hope I will continue to receive your support in my endeavours in other musical idioms, a few of which will be formally announced in the near future. Until then, to quote a famous musician, ‘Cheers and stay Demonic!'”

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Worstenemy Signs With Wormholedeath To Release “Revelation” Album

Italian death metal act Worstenemy has signed a deal with Wormholedeath/Aural Music Group. Wormholedeath will release the band’s debut album titled “Revelation” worldwide through Aural Music Group with further help from Grom Records in the eastern countries. Worstenemy commented on the deal:

“We are Proud to announce that WormHoleDeath (Aural Music Group) will release our full length album titled ‘Revelation.’ The album was recorded and mixed at MathLab Studio (Prato – Italy) by Jonathan Mazzeo and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios (Finland). Release date is due during 2013 still to be scheduled.”

Wormholedeath A&R “Worm” stated: “Worstenemy is a solid band since 1997 and finally they have found their way with this great new album. Wormholedeath decided to support them as they never gave up in 15 years of hard work and struggle. This is not a release for death metal fanatics only as we are sure that fans from many other musical styles will love this very fresh and tuneful release. Check Worstenemy out, this is not only a sonic assault…This is true passion for Death Metal and underground.”

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