Imperialist Premiere New Song “The Singularity” From Upcoming New Album “Cipher”

US black metal band Imperialist are all set to release their debut full length album on Transcending Obscurity Records. Their brand of black metal is inspired by the Swedish black metal scene and is furthermore worked upon to exude a thrash vibe. You can listen to the first song The Singularity which is streaming below:

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Affliktor Streaming New Song “Chaos Magick Totality”

Guitarist Toby Knapp has used his experience of neoclassical metal music and applied it to black / thrash project Affliktor. A self-titled release is due out October 20th via Transcending Obscurity, and today new song “Chaos Magick Totality” can be heard below.

1. Storms of Demogorgon
2. Born To The Breeder
3. Backwards Into Hell
4. Chaos Magick Totality
5. Burn The Earth
6. The Singularity
7. Planet Rogue
8. Nothing Shall Arise
9. Pazuzu Invoked

Self-Titled (Black/Thrash Metal) by Affliktor

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Affliktor Streaming New Song “Chaos Magick Totality”

Guitarist Toby Knapp has used his experience of neoclassical metal music and applied it to black / thrash project Affliktor. A self-titled release is due out October 20th via Transcending Obscurity, and today new song “Chaos Magick Totality” can be heard below.

1. Storms of Demogorgon
2. Born To The Breeder
3. Backwards Into Hell
4. Chaos Magick Totality
5. Burn The Earth
6. The Singularity
7. Planet Rogue
8. Nothing Shall Arise
9. Pazuzu Invoked

Self-Titled (Black/Thrash Metal) by Affliktor

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Fractal Generator Debuts Full-Album Stream Of Brand New Album “Apotheosynthesis”

Canadian tech death outfit Fractal Generator debuts the full-album stream of the band’s brand new album “Apotheosynthesis”, out in stores now via Everlasting Spew Records.

Check out now “Apotheosynthesis” in its entirety below.

Tracklist:

1. Cycle 00:01
2. Face Of The Apocalypse 04:01
3. Abandon Earth 08:12
4. Into The Unknown 13:44
5. Paragon 18:23
6. Human 22:42
7. The Singularity 27:27
8. Synthetic Symbiosis 31:39
9. Reflections 35:39

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Singularity Premieres Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Void Walker”

Arizona’s blackened technical death metal unit Singularity premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s upcoming new album “Void Walker”, which will be out in stores this Friday, September 2nd.

Check out now “Void Walker” in its entirety below.

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Singularity Premieres New Song & Lyric Video “The Refusal” From Upcoming New Album “Void Walker”

Arizona’s blackened technical death metal unit Singularity premieres a new song and lyric video for “The Refusal”, taken from the upcoming new album “Void Walker”, which will be out in stores September 2.

Check out now “The Refusal” below.

The line-up on Singularity – “Void Walker” is:

Jack Fliegler – Guitars / Vocals
Adam King – Bass / Vocals
Nathan Bigelow – Drums
Nick Pompliano – Keyboards

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Corprophemia Premieres New Song “Internal Mass Singularity” From Upcoming CDN Records’ “Quinte Essentials Of Brutality Vol. 1” Compilation

Windsor, Ontario four-piece, Corprophemia premieres a new song entitled “Internal Mass Singularity”, which will be out in stores this August as part of CDN Records’ “Quinte Essentials Of Brutality Vol. 1” compilation.

Check out now “Internal Mass Singularity” below.

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Arkaik Announces U.S. Tour Dates With Vale Of Pnath

Progressive death metal faction Arkaik will embark upon a fifteen-date U.S. headlining tour this coming summer.

The “Make America Shred Again” tour 2016 will run from July 2nd through July 24th. Support will be provided by Vale Of Pnath and Singularity, with additional dates to be announced in the coming weeks.

“We are beyond stoked to be hitting this road this July with the incredibly talented Vale Of Pnath and Singularity,” issues Arkaik guitarist Greg Paulson. “This is a really special package given the technical and progressive nature of the music. All bands are releasing new music and have new albums to promote. We also have our most ambitious set list to date, spanning our previous two records and our newly released album Lucid Dawn.”

w/ Vale Of Pnath, Singularity
7/02/2016 Malone’s – Santa Ana, CA
7/04/2016 Club Red – Mesa, AZ
7/06/2016 Blu Phoenix – Albuquerque, NM
7/10/2016 Korova – San Antonio, TX
7/11/2016 House Of Rock – Corpus Christi, TX
7/12/2016 Dirty Dog Bar – Austin, TX
7/13/2016 Tomcats West – Fortworth, TX
7/15/2016 Sunshine Studios – Colorado Springs, CO
7/16/2016 The Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO
7/17/2016 WhySound – Logan, UT
7/21/2016 Studio 7 – Seattle, WA
7/22/2016 Third Street Pub – Bend, OR
7/23/2016 The Haul – Grants Pass, OR
7/24/2016 Phoenix Theater – Petaluma, CA

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Oryx Releases “The Singularity” Music Video

A new video for “The Singularity” from Denver-based doom/sludge outfit Oryx has come online and can be seen below. The thundering track hails from the band’s impending split LP with Tucson grinders Languish, which is nearing release via Battleground Records.

The track’s visual counterpart, directed by Micah Schultz, captures the duo performing in lush Colorado surroundings. You can also catch Oryx live on these dates:

3/14/2016 Rhinoceropolis – Denver, CO w/ Wovoka, Toadz, It’s For A Cop
4/07/2016 Mutiny Info Café – Denver, CO w/ A Light Among Many, Stone Giant, In Loo, Distended
4/23/2016 Rhinoceropolis – Denver, CO *record release show w/ Athamé, 908, Modok, Hellhound

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Fractal Generator Posts Full “Apotheosynthesis” Album

Cosmic extreme metal outfit Fractal Generator has unveiled the “Apotheosynthesis” album in full today. The debut album draws from a variety of death metal stylings, from Wormed’s tech-death onslaught to the muscular riffs of early Deicide.

“Apotheosynthesis” is scheduled for release on October 2, 2015 via Bandcamp, but for now you can preview the entire release below. The track listing for the album is as follows:

1. Cycle
2. Face Of The Apocalypse
3. Abandon Earth
4. Into the Unknown
5. Paragon
6. Human
7. The Singularity
8. Synthetic Symbiosis
9. Reflections

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