Lucifer Share New Song “Faux Pharaoh” From Upcoming New Album “Lucifer II”

Doom metal outfit Lucifer – consisting now of ex-The Oath vocalist Johanna Sadonis, Entombed drummer Nicke Andersson on drums and guitars, and Saturn guitarist Robin Tidebrink – offer a new song titled “Faux Pharaoh”, taken from their upcoming new album “Lucifer II”, which will be out in stores sometime in summer 2018.

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Lucifer Share New Song “Faux Pharaoh” From Upcoming New Album “Lucifer II”

Doom metal outfit Lucifer – consisting now of ex-The Oath vocalist Johanna Sadonis, Entombed drummer Nicke Andersson on drums and guitars, and Saturn guitarist Robin Tidebrink – offer a new song titled “Faux Pharaoh”, taken from their upcoming new album “Lucifer II”, which will be out in stores sometime in summer 2018.

Check out now “Faux Pharaoh” below.

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Voids Announces Debut Album “No Character : No Crown”

Maryland metalcore quartet Voids is set to release debut full-length album “No Character : No Crown” on October 13th, 2017, which was produced and engineered by Brette Ciamarra (Rings Of Saturn, Those Who Fear). The new album’s track listing is as follows:

1. Doloresk
2. Idols
3. Tyrant
4. Parallel
5. Invidia
6. 1996
7. Unmasked
8. New Beginnings
9. Deja Vu
10. Eris

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Rings Of Saturn Debuts New Song “Parallel Shift” From Upcoming New Album “Ultu Ulla”

Technical deathmetal/deathcore outfit Rings Of Saturn debuts a new song titled “Parallel Shift”, taken from the band’s upcoming new album “Ultu Ulla”, which will come out on July 28 via Nuclear Blast.

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Rings Of Saturn Streaming Unconventional Video Teaser For New Album

If the below video is to be believed, this clip covers the making of Rings of Saturn’s fourth album (featuring some very unconventional instruments, including a pillow, a subwoofer, a weight and more). The band plans to release a first single from the effort on May 26th with more details to come.

Check it out below.

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Saturn Premieres New Song & Video “Still Young” From Upcoming New Album “Beyond Spectra”

Sweden’s traditional heavy metal band Saturn premieres a new song and music video titled “Still Young”, taken from the upcoming new album “Beyond Spectra”, which will be out in stores on March 31st via Rise Above Records.

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Carnifex, Despised Icon, Fallujah, Rings Of Saturn, Etc. Tour Rumored

Carnifex shares the below video, teasing a North American tour announcement – with Despised Icon, Fallujah, Rings Of Saturn, Lorna Shore and She Must Burn as supports – this coming Wednesday, December 14th.

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Rings Of Saturn Recruits New Guitar Player Miles Baker

After splitting with Joel Omans earlier this month, Rings Of Saturn has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new member:

“We are very pleased to announce that our close friend, Miles Baker, will be taking on the duties of guitar for Rings of Saturn!

“Below is his play through of our song Peeling Arteries! This song focuses on a lot of difficult techniques for all instruments, and is more challenging then our newer material, so it is the perfect song for auditioning purposes.

“Also please be sure to check out Miles’ project Interloper that Lucas Mann, and Aaron Stechauner are also invloved in! We can’t wait to hit the road again and shred some new material from Lugal Ki En for all of you guys!”

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Ex-Rings of Saturn Guitarist Joel Omans Slams Lucas Mann To Be “A Hack Of A Musician”

Ex-Rings of Saturn Guitarist Joel Omans outlines in a vitriolic rant on his Facebook timeline the real reasons why he left the band after their recent tour:

“So there’s been quite a bit of vagueness to the real reason why I quit Rings of Saturn and It’s been eating away at me keeping it to myself so here it goes. The deciding factor in me leaving the band was Lucas. I had enough of biting my tongue and going along for the ride. When I first joined the band we got along great and had the same common goals as musicians but that changed more and more over the years. To summarize he simply doesn’t care about playing guitar or being a musician anymore. Word for word he told me “I don’t give a shit about playing guitar or getting better at guitar, I just want to write music and get the band as big as possible in the shortest amount of time.” So with that kind of attitude it hindered the band from playing any of the new songs from Lugal Ki En that we were suppose to be playing live for the last 6 months. Ian, Aaron, and myself were all capable of playing the new songs we prepared for the set but we had to make up excuses such as “the label won’t let us play songs until the music video is out or we didn’t have time to practice as a band so we aren’t playing any songs on the album release tour.” And his reason for not learning the songs was that he was too busy managing the band. I was also told to get off his back for it since he “Does more in life in general than I do.” All in all what it comes down to is Lucas Mann is a hack of a musician and I will never work with him ever again. He stresses the band into recording songs note by note, releases them, doesn’t learn them and then makes as much money as he can from the merch while sitting in the comfort of his parents’ house. On top of that he is a self centered asshole to his band mates and fans which is not acceptable to me in anyway. I admit he is very smart with managing and promoting a band. Maybe he’d do better helping other bands since he doesn’t have the desire to play instruments himself. I’ve learned a lot from being in ROS and met some amazing people but Ive had enough of the bullshit. I’m not going to sacrifice time with my family, my musicianship, or my integrity for some childish wanna be musician. I couldn’t be happier with my choice to leave. I now have time with the people I care about and I’ve regained that burning passion for my instrument. Thanks to all who have supported the band, I’m excited to start releasing albums that are REAL all the way through for the remaining listeners of mine to enjoy. No longer will I stand for someone to record bullshit parts with my music and not even learn it. Fuck that.”

Below you can check out the latest official “Rings of Saturn” video.

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Saturn To Release New Album “Ascending (Live In Space)”

Saturn is due to release “Ascending (Live in Space)” this coming August 5th in North America on Rise Above Records. The label comments:

“Heavy metal isn’t rocket science. The genre’s fundamental values and sonic staples may have been continually refined and redefined over the last four decades, but its core components remain the same as ever: volume, power, passion and imagination. And that’s where Saturn come in. While metal’s diversity has never been greater, there will always be something exhilarating about hearing a young band channeling the effervescent spirit of heavy music’s founding fathers; adding enough of their own identity to side-step dead-eyed repetition, but always exhibiting a profound love for and understanding of what makes the best music engage, endure and enlighten. Saturn’s debut album Ascending encapsulates that idea with exquisitely naturalistic fervor. This is sound of the past, present and future colliding in a shower of riffs, melodies and otherworldly magic.

“Drawn from a steady diet of Sabbath, UFO, Budgie, Deep Purple, Rainbow and, perhaps most importantly, the Judas Priest of Sad Wings Of Destiny and Sin After Sin, the Saturn sound is one that declares a sincere and unapologetic debt to the greats of a bygone era, but this is no lazy exercise in retro posturing. Instead, Ascending conjures its own distinctive world of epic grandeur and gritty oomph via the dexterous weaving of ageless, hallowed ingredients and a jolting injection of contemporary exuberance and verve. Songs like ‘Rokktori’ and ‘Tower Of Terror’ exude both a deep affinity with the blues and an intuitive grasp of what occurred when metal’s original blueprint mutated into the tougher tirades of NWOBHM.”

The album’s track listing is as follows:

1. So, You Have Chosen Death
2. Rokktori
3. Over the Influence
4. Leadersheep
5. Peasant
6. Tower of Terror
7. Last Man in Space
8. Moonstone

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