New Song “Kneel” Streaming From Deus Otiosus

Danish death metal act Deus Otiosus is streaming the new song “Kneel.” The song is the second new track lifted from the upcoming new release “Opposer,” which is set to drop via Great Dane Records on April 30th.

The album’s track listing is:

1. Kneel
2. Disturbing the Dead (streaming here)
3. Stand Your Ground
4. Haunter
5. Towering Flames
6. The Opposer
7. To the Graves
8. Return To Slavery
9. Greater Horror
10. March Of The Unworthy

Check out “Kneel” here:

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Video Clip For New Song “Bleak Prognosis” Issued By Hemotoxin

Pittsburgh progressive death/thrash act Hemotoxin has released the official video for “Bleak Prognosis,” a song from Unspeakable Axe Records’ album “Biological Enslavement.”

The video was filmed by Red Fox Production. Special thanks to Ronin Studios and Ritchie Orozco. Check it out below:

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Currents Signs With SharpTone Records

SharpTone Records today announces the signing of Connecticut metal band Currents, joining a flourishing roster that includes acts such as While She Sleeps, Emmure, Miss May I, We Came As Romans and Attila.

In conjunction with the signing announcement, Currents has debuted a video for brand new song “Night Terrors,” taken from a forthcoming record that’s due out this summer.

Currents, formed in 2011 and in recent years have solidified a lineup with Brian Wille (vocals), Jeff Brown (drums), Chris Wiseman (guitar), Ryan Castaldi (guitar) and Dee Cronkite (bass).

In conversation about signing to a new label, Brown says, “SharpTone Records is an absolute dream come true. Every single band has a dream of getting signed. However, getting signed nowadays doesn’t mean much without the right people behind you.”

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Terminal Nation Exerts “Absolute Control” With New Album

Powerviolence / grind band Terminal Nation will release “Absolute Control” via Deep Six Records on June 9th, 2017 – check out the cover artwork and track listing below.

Terminal Nation formed in 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas in order to create hardcore with a unique sound. The band has to date released a demo tape via Rare Bear Records in 2014 and the 7” EP “Waste” in 2015.

The upcoming record will have more of a metallic influence combining Clevo-style metallic hardcore riffs in the vein of Integrity and Ringworm but still keeping the signature frantic powerviolence/grindcore song structure.

(Side A)
1. Assembly Line
2. Numb to the Pain
3. Grave
4. War in the Name
5. Hand That Feeds
6. Pulse of the Dead
(Side B)
7. Violator / Violated
8. Absolute Power, Absolute Control
9. Broken

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Offret Streaming New Self-Titled EP

Russian one-man project Offret is gearing up to release a self-titled, debut EP via WOOAAARGH Records on March 7th, 2016. While the physical vinyl edition is prepped for release, all the tracks have come online early for advance streaming – listen in below or over at Bandcamp here.

OFFRET – s/t by OFFRET

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GOATWHORE To Take Part In Metal Blade Records’ 35th Anniversary Tour Followed By Spring Trek With Amon Amarth

New Orleans’ GOATWHORE will return to the road later this month as part of Metal Blade Records’ 35th Anniversary Tour alongside labelmates Whitechapel, Cattle Decapitation, Allegaeon, and Necromancing The Stone. The band’s latest trek will stretch from February 21st through March 15thwith various headlining dates scattered throughout. From there, the band will take a short […]

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Restos Humanos Streaming “Aquel Ojo” From Self-Titled Debut Album

Restos Humanos is streaming a new song titled “Aquel Ojo”, taken from the band’s self-titled debut album, out in stores now via Epidemia Recs, Power From Hell Records, Grindfather Productions and Eyes Of The Dead Productions. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered at Mal De Testa Records, Tombolo (PD), in December 2016.

Check out now “Aquel Ojo” below.

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Spitefuel Unveils New Album “Second To None”

Spitefuel’s “Second To None” album will be released on April 7th, 2017 via MDD Records, and today the band unveils artwork created by Travis Smith.

The album will contain 11 songs with a total playing time of over 45 minutes and will be available in a digipak. “Second To None” was recorded and produced in the Troisdorf-based Gernhart Studio (Tankard, Destruction, SuidAkra) under the direction of Martin Buchwalter.

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Spitefuel Unveils New Album “Second To None”

Spitefuel’s “Second To None” album will be released on April 7th, 2017 via MDD Records, and today the band unveils artwork created by Travis Smith.

The album will contain 11 songs with a total playing time of over 45 minutes and will be available in a digipak. “Second To None” was recorded and produced in the Troisdorf-based Gernhart Studio (Tankard, Destruction, SuidAkra) under the direction of Martin Buchwalter.

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True Strength Signs To Roxx Records For “Steel Evangelist” Release

Roxx Records is very excited to welcome U.S. metal band True Strength to the roster for a proper re-issue of latest album “Steel Evangelist.”

True Strength’s sophomore album “Steel Evangelist” was independently released digitally back in May. Upon that original release, “Steel Evangelist” suffered from production quality issues due to budgetary restrictions.

However, all of this changed when the band was signed by Roxx Records as Bill Roxx put the band in touch with engineer Cliffy Walker (guitarist of Christian punk band The Huntingtons) to remaster the album, and this new version is like night and day in comparison to the original.

Roxx Records will be releasing the “Steel Evangelist” album in CD format for the first time ever with completely new cover artwork designed by Scott Waters. The updated and remastered version will also be re-released digitally with the new cover artwork and will be called “Steel Evangelist – Roxx Records Edition.” This new edition will be released everywhere on February 17th, 2017.

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