Blessthefall Premiere New Music Video For “Wishful Sinking”

Blessthefall‘s new official music video for their track “Wishful Sinking” has premiered online and is streaming for you now below. The song appears on the group’s latest effort “Hard Feelings“, which was released this past March.

States frontman Beau Bokan of it:

“‘Wishful Sinking‘ is a particularly special song because it was the first one we wrote with our producer Tyler Smyth. For us, the song is a perfect blend of our new direction and old blessthefall. With the music video we wanted to incorporate some amazing visuals and keep the aesthetic of the album. I think we nailed it.”

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Lizzies Inks Deal With The Sign Records To Release Debut Album

Madrid-based heavy metal group Lizzies is proud to announce the inking of a record deal with Sweden’s The Sign Records (Night, Beast!, Throne Of Heresy, among others) to release an album on April 1st.

The title of this first effort will be “Good Luck” and it features 9 songs recorded and produced by Ola Ersfjord (Dead Lord, Tribulation, Primordial) at Moontower Studios in Terrassa and Cuervo Studios in Madrid. Mastering was handled by Magnus Lindberg.

Guitarist Patricia states: “‘Good Luck’ is the result of an intense year of growth and evolution together. We were looking for something fresh and catchy, something that lasts! Recording it was as natural as possible – no metronome, playing together…- which was an amazing experience we will never forget thanks to our producer, Ola Ersfjord.”

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Moonspell Checks In From The Studio

The Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell – which was covered in our Sunday Old School column this Summer – is already in the studio working on the follow-up to “Alpha Noir” (reviewed here). The band comments:

“Working hard under the wing of Mr. Jens Bogren, our producer of choice. A true pro, restless until he finds the right note and beat.

“It’s been great so far. We are moving to Sweden pretty soon to record this gentle beast at Fascination Street studios. More info and more pics soon. Inferno studios, Portugal. Today.”

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