Possessed Posts New Visualizer Video “No More Room In Hell”

Possessed, arguably the world’s first death metal band, has posted a new visualizer video online for the song, “No More Room In Hell.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming new album, “Revelations Of Oblivion,” which will be released on May 10th through Nuclear Blast Records and is their first release since the 1987 EP, “The Eyes Of Horror” and their first full length since their 1986 sophomore album, “Beyond The Gates.”

Tracklisting:

1. Chant Of Oblivion
2. No More Room In Hell
3. Dominion
4. Damned
5. Demon
6. Abandoned
7. Shadowcult
8. Omen
9. Ritual
10. The Word
11. Graven
12. Temple Of Samael

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Possessed Posts New Visualizer Video “No More Room In Hell”

Possessed, arguably the world’s first death metal band, has posted a new visualizer video online for the song, “No More Room In Hell.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming new album, “Revelations Of Oblivion,” which will be released on May 10th through Nuclear Blast Records and is their first release since the 1987 EP, “The Eyes Of Horror” and their first full length since their 1986 sophomore album, “Beyond The Gates.”

Tracklisting:

1. Chant Of Oblivion
2. No More Room In Hell
3. Dominion
4. Damned
5. Demon
6. Abandoned
7. Shadowcult
8. Omen
9. Ritual
10. The Word
11. Graven
12. Temple Of Samael

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The Damned Things Posts New Music Video “Cells” Online

The Damned Things, the supergroup featuring Scott Ian of Anthrax, Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy and Alkaline Trio bassist Dan Adriano, has posted a new music video online for the song, “Cells.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, “High Crimes,” which is set to be released on April 26th through Nuclear Blast Records.

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The Damned Things Posts New Music Video “Cells” Online

The Damned Things, the supergroup featuring Scott Ian of Anthrax, Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy and Alkaline Trio bassist Dan Adriano, has posted a new music video online for the song, “Cells.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, “High Crimes,” which is set to be released on April 26th through Nuclear Blast Records.

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Aenimus Posts New Lyric Video “Eternal” Online

With an arsenal of technical skills ready to unleash upon the world, Bay Area natives Aenimus are proud to release their sophomore album, “Dreamcatcher,” today via Nuclear Blast Records. To celebrate, the band has unleashed an official lyric video for new track “Eternal” featuring Sims Cashion. Watch and listen below.

Aenimus comments: “We are so excited to finally release our sophomore album ‘Dreamcatcher’ for everyone to experience. It’s been a long wait for everyone since our debut album Transcend Reality back in 2013 and the fact we can share this work of art we created for you all is an incredible feeling. We are very proud of Dreamcatcher and what we accomplished with this record and hope that you all will cherish it as well. Enjoy our latest single and lyric video for ‘Eternal’ and come see us on the road these next two months.”

The track list reads as follows:

1. Before the Eons
2. Eternal
3. The Ritual
4. My Becoming
5. The Dark Triad
6. Between Iron and Silver
7. The Overlook
8. Caretaker
9. Second Sight
10. Day Zero
11. Dreamcatcher

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The Flaying Reveals New Album “Angry, Undead” Details

The Flaying, death metal from Quebec City, Canada will release their second album “Angry, Undead” on March?22,?2019, via PRC Music. Working with Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy) at The Grid in Montreal, QC, the band has manifested pure mayhem for their fastest and most brutal debauchery to date.

Their first single off this devastating sophomore album is “La Valse du Scorpion” which is described by the band as:

“Poetry of obsessive dependence stranded in duplicity and evil; the will to confront the same Einstein sentence about trying to get different results by doing the same things on and on and avoiding insanity BUT the power within to sublimate absolute evil by the will and preservation of a pure heart, it’s a love song as well.”

The concept of “Angry, Undead” is an intricate one with each of the eight songs falling under a distinct axis: Chaos (social manifestations); Madness (individual manifestations); and Void (existential manifestations). It is brutal, instinctive, unique, and wicked, and is recommended for fans of Cryptopsy, Archspire, Suffocation, and Deicide.

Track Listing:
1. Ouverture Écarlate
2. Disloqué
3. Place du Parvis
4. Genuflect
5. Egocentric Predicament
6. Elegy of Emptiness
7. La Valse du Scorpion
8. Angry, Unleashed
9. Angry, Undead

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The Flaying Reveals New Album “Angry, Undead” Details

The Flaying, death metal from Quebec City, Canada will release their second album “Angry, Undead” on March?22,?2019, via PRC Music. Working with Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy) at The Grid in Montreal, QC, the band has manifested pure mayhem for their fastest and most brutal debauchery to date.

Their first single off this devastating sophomore album is “La Valse du Scorpion” which is described by the band as:

“Poetry of obsessive dependence stranded in duplicity and evil; the will to confront the same Einstein sentence about trying to get different results by doing the same things on and on and avoiding insanity BUT the power within to sublimate absolute evil by the will and preservation of a pure heart, it’s a love song as well.”

The concept of “Angry, Undead” is an intricate one with each of the eight songs falling under a distinct axis: Chaos (social manifestations); Madness (individual manifestations); and Void (existential manifestations). It is brutal, instinctive, unique, and wicked, and is recommended for fans of Cryptopsy, Archspire, Suffocation, and Deicide.

Track Listing:
1. Ouverture Écarlate
2. Disloqué
3. Place du Parvis
4. Genuflect
5. Egocentric Predicament
6. Elegy of Emptiness
7. La Valse du Scorpion
8. Angry, Unleashed
9. Angry, Undead

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Aenimus Discuss New Album “Dreamcatcher” Themes

With an arsenal of technical skills ready to unleash upon the world, Bay Area natives Aenimus are set to release their forthcoming sophomore album, “Dreamcatcher,” on February 22nd via Nuclear Blast Records. Today, guitarists Sean Swafford and Jordan Rush discuss the horror themes behind Dreamcatcher. Watch the trailer below.

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Defiatory Premiere New Music Video For “King In Yellow” From Latest Album “”Hades Rising”

Swedish thrash metal quintet DEFIATORY released their sophomore album “Hades Rising” via Black Lion Records in May 2018. The band recently filmed a video for the third track, King In Yellow, from the album. This track is a nod to the Robert W. Chambers’s collection of weird short stories, The King in Yellow.

Check the premiere below:

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Ara Premiere New Song “Cytokine Storm” From Upcoming New Album “Judisprudence”

Wisconsin based, death metal outfit Ara have signed with Lavadome productions for the release of it’s sophomore album “Judisprudence”. The album was recorded at Howl Street Studios and mastered by Leon Macey of death metal powerhouse Mithras. “Jurisprudence” will be released early next year. In the meantime, you can already stream the third track of the album “Cytokine Storm” streaming below:

The band’s guitarist, Jerry Haupa, issued following statement with regards to the revealed track:

“Cytokine Storm represents the most focused attack of the band on the record thematically, while still challenging the listener and the boundaries of the death metal approach in general. The lyrical theme is about how the body self-destructs during the final stages of infection from Ebola, so the music takes on a viral approach as though the listener is bombarded with inhibiting structures, eventually succumbing to fatal illness while paralyzed by confusion and despair.”

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