Unleashed Posts New Lyric Video “The Hunt For White Christ” Online

Swedish death metal legends Unleashed has posted a new lyric video online for the title track of their forthcoming new album, “The Hunt For White Christ.” You can check it out below. The album will be released through Napalm Records on October 26th.

Singer and bass player Johnny Hedlund explains the story behind the new song:
“After the despicable acts of terror against women and children in the South, and the devastation of the villages (as seen on the album cover), The Midgard Warriors decide to hunt down White Christ, all the way to Jorsala if need be.”

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Arsis Premiere New Song “Hell Sworn” From Upcoming New Album “Visitant”

ARSIS premiere a new song entitled “Hell Sworn”, taken from their upcoming new album “Visitant”, which will be out in stores November 2nd via Agonia Records (Europe / Rest Of The World) and Nuclear Blast Records (North / Central / South America).

Check out now “Hell Sworn” below.

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Wvrm Debut New Music Video For “Can You Hear The Wind Howl?”

Greenville, South Carolina-based outfit Wvrm debut a new music video for the title-track of their latest album “Can You Hear The Wind Howl?”, out in stores now via Bandcamp.

Check out now “Can You Hear The Wind Howl?” below.

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Official Live Video “Brain” Posted By Psycholies

Italian industrial dark glam metal act Psycholies released an official live video clip for the song “Brain.” The footage was captured from the band’s performance at the South Cheyenne Festival earlier this year.

Check out the clip here:

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Twingiant Releases New Music Video For “Throttled”

Phoenix, Arizona band Twingiant has released their new video for “Throttled.” The track is taken from the band’s just-released album “Blood Feud.”

The tracklisting for “Blood Feud” is as follows:

1. Throttled
2. Poison Control Party Line
3. Ride the Gun
4. Re-fossilized
5. Shadow of South Mountain
6. Formally Known As
7. Last Man Standing
8. Kaishakunin

Blood Feud by Twingiant

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New Song “Shadow Of South Mountain” Available From Twingiant

Arizona heavy rock act Twingiant is streaming the new song “Shadow of South Mountain” over at Decibel’s website at this location, or just below in the player available right here. The song is taken from the new album “Blood Feud,” which will be available on October 13th. Pre-orders can be made at this location.

The band commented “Shadow of South Mountain’ is without a doubt one of our favorite songs off of Blood Feud. It has a traditional metal feel to it but with our patented low end added.”

The track listing or “Blood Feud” is:

1. Throttled
2. Poison Control Party Line
3. Ride the Gun (song streaming here)
4. Re-fossilized
5. Shadow of South Mountain
6. Formally Known As
7. Last Man Standing
8. Kaishakunin

Check out “Shadow of South Mountain” here:

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Crimson Throne Announces Debut Self-Titled EP

Crimson Throne is a black metal band from the south of England that takes influence from a variety of mid-90’s Scandinavian bands, while at the same time forging an atmospheric dimension reminiscent of later developments within the genre.

The band’s self-titled, debut EP features four tracks of cold and foreboding black metal due out March 17th, 2017 via Apocalyptic Witchcraft. The track listing is as follows:

1. Forgotten Nobility
2. Praetorian March
3. Fog of War
4. Shadows of Ruin

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Patria Debuts Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Magna Adversia”

Brazilian black metal outfit Patria premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s upcoming new album “Magna Adversia”, which will be out in stores March 3rd 2017 through Soulseller Records.

Check out now “Magna Adversia” in its entirety below.

Tells the band’s label:

“The new Patria studio album ‘Magna Adversia’ offering ten tracks under the tenuous line between Black Metal and experimental avant-garde music, mixing the South American metal madness with the classic and dark Scandinavian vein. It was co-produced, mixed and mastered by Øystein G. Brun (Borknagar), features Asgeir Mickelson (Ihsahn, Sarke, Borknagar, Spiral Architect…) on drums and Fabiano Penna (Rebaelliun) as special guest on the orchestrations.”

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Patria Debuts Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Magna Adversia”

Brazilian black metal outfit Patria premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s upcoming new album “Magna Adversia”, which will be out in stores March 3rd 2017 through Soulseller Records.

Check out now “Magna Adversia” in its entirety below.

Tells the band’s label:

“The new Patria studio album ‘Magna Adversia’ offering ten tracks under the tenuous line between Black Metal and experimental avant-garde music, mixing the South American metal madness with the classic and dark Scandinavian vein. It was co-produced, mixed and mastered by Øystein G. Brun (Borknagar), features Asgeir Mickelson (Ihsahn, Sarke, Borknagar, Spiral Architect…) on drums and Fabiano Penna (Rebaelliun) as special guest on the orchestrations.”

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John Frum Announces New Album “A Stirring In The Noos”

This is February 15th, John Frum Day. On this day, cult followers from all over the island of Tanna in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu come to the village of Lamakara at Sulfa Bay to march, raise their flags, and celebrate their esoteric way of life.

This is also the day that the patron saints of altered states known as John Frum reveal to the world the first glimpse into a new chronicle of auditory disturbances. Indulge your senses with a teaser trailer below.

Consisting of current and former members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Faceless, John Zorn and many other renowned projects, John Frum has been fermenting a bedeviled broth since 11.11.11. Like a planchette moved by the presence of subtle energies, John Frum functions as a medium for malefic musings.

Nearly 6 years in the making, John Frum’s unorthodox debut “A Stirring in the Noos” maneuvers through 40 minutes of darkly psychedelic and meticulously crafted death metal.

John Frum borrows its name from a relatively isolated group of natives in the South Pacific islands, known as a Cargo Cult, who first used the alias John Frum as a means to reject European ways, escape oppressive missionaries, and return to their old traditions. The narrative changed during the war in the 1940s to reflect encounters with thousands of American soldiers who spectacularly descended on that region by sea and air with crates of wartime materials dropped from the sky. These events drastically changed the beliefs and lifestyle of the islanders as they took the soldiers and their offerings to be god-like, descended from the heavens.

Alt-religious narratives induced by these encounters were incongruent with islanders’ long-held beliefs, yet the natives could not deny the call of the cargo. Attempting to reconcile their existing beliefs with the new understanding of the outside world led to some strange interpretations which evolved into a bizarre narrative about a dark skinned soldier-deity who resides inside a nearby volcano, and who many believe will one day return, showering them in riches and technology.

John Frum consists of:

Matt Hollenberg (John Zorn, Cleric)/guitar
Eli Litwin (Intensus/Deveykus/Knife The Glitter)/drums
Derek Rydquist (Ex-The Faceless)/vocals
Liam Wilson (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Starkweather)/bass

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