Fishing With Guns Releases “Blood On The Ropes” EP

A year and a half following previous album release “…But The Dawn Will Come” (still streaming here if you missed it) and after some lineup changes, French independent outfit Fishing With Guns released a brand new EP titled “Blood On The Ropes.”

A physical CD edition is currently in the pipe but in the meantime, the whole effort is available at Bandcamp or can be streamed below. The track listing is as follows:

1. Dodge and Counter 02:13
2. Motherfucking Badass 03:09
3. Blood on the Ropes 03:33
4. King of the Crossroads 02:32
5. Reasons to Cry 04:13

Blood on the ropes by Fishing with Guns

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Delvoid Posts New Song “Carrier”

Oslo, Norway’s Delvoid has unveiled a new song titled “Tribe” from the band’s forthcoming second full-length “Serene,” due out in late October.

“Carrier”, the first single to be revealed from the ten-track album, is still streaming below, while the full track listing is as follows:

01. Intro
02. Cocoon
03. Steambreather
04. Transient
05. Diffused
06. Dissembler
07. Tribe
08. Carrier
09. Serene
10. Outro

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Delvoid Posts New Song “Carrier”

Oslo, Norway’s Delvoid has unveiled a new song titled “Tribe” from the band’s forthcoming second full-length “Serene,” due out in late October.

“Carrier”, the first single to be revealed from the ten-track album, is still streaming below, while the full track listing is as follows:

01. Intro
02. Cocoon
03. Steambreather
04. Transient
05. Diffused
06. Dissembler
07. Tribe
08. Carrier
09. Serene
10. Outro

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ANAAL NATHRAKH’s Desideratum Full-Length Drops NOW In North America via Metal Blade Records

– October 29th, 2014 –

ANAAL NATHRAKH‘s eighth studio offering, Desideratum, is out now in North America via Metal Blade Records. Fittingly christened, “one of the most utterly fearsome and inventive outfits currently operating in the modern extreme metal scene,” by Decibel Magazine, and, “impossibly abrasive and brutal,” by MetalSucks, ANAAL NATHRAKH – guitarist/bassist/programmer Mick Kenney alongside vocalist David Hunt AKA V.I.T.R.I.O.L. – is the sound of chaos incarnate. Entirely petrifying yet inexplicably inviting, the duo’s maniacal musical dexterity, ingenuity and breadth, married with an intensely cynical intelligence is virtually unmatched in the metal world.

Reaping mass approvals from media outlets globally, Desideratum takes the very meaning of the word “extreme” to an entirely new realm of audio bedlam. Metal Injection applauds the twosome for consistently offering up, “their own special breed of terrifying, mixing up grindcore speediness with giant choruses and riffs that are the audible equivalent of total nuclear annihilation,” Noisey boasts of the record, “The snarling vocals of Dave Hunt are the focal point, with the war machine of unrelenting black metal/grind/pseudo-industrial blasts bringing up the rear. ANAAL NATHRAKH’s approach is no mercy ever, apparently,” while About.com notes, “ANAAL NATHRAKH are mesmerized by chaos, whether it be from incoherent screaming or programmed drums that blur into a mess of seismic beats. Even more intriguing are the melodic components thrown into the chaos, like the occasional soaring chorus line or striking guitar lead.” Elsewhere the verdict echoes. AngryMetalGu dubs Desideratum, “a statement of malicious intent, a call-to-arms to rally the masses and bring forth Armageddon.” Sputnik Music agrees, calling the record, “brutal, precise, and surprisingly accessible,” further commending its, “sure-footed brutality.” Adds Ghost Cult, “ANAAL NATHRAKH have realized the beautifully disgusting union of extremity and massive back-splitting, carcass-gutting hooks.”

If you missed it, get traumatized by the sounds of Desideratum, still streaming in full at Revolver Magazine HERE.

Desideratum was produced by Kenney, with vocals recorded at Necrodeath Studios in Birmingham, and music tracked and mixed at The Black Flamingo in Orange County, California. Order your copy TODAY via Metal Blade at metalblade.com/anaalathrakh.

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Megaton Leviathan Streaming “The Foolish Man”

In celebration of the official unveiling of “Past 21 Beyond The Arctic Cell,” the newest full-length from Portland otherworldly doom brooders Megaton Leviathan, today Cvlt Nation thrusts forth second movement “The Foolish Man,” featuring Henry Barnes of Bastard Noise on homemade sitar.

Check out the track in the player below, courtesy of CVLT Nation. And if you missed the last expedition, get consumed by “Past 21,” still streaming at this location.

Out today via Seventh Rule Recordings, “Past 21 Beyond The Arctic Cell” was mixed by Megaton Leaviathan’s newest resident thaumaturgist, Mort Subite.

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2012 Year End Review Video Posted By Scythia

Canadian folk metal band Scythia posted a recap video of the more candid moments of the band’s activities in 2012. Back in September, Scythia released its EP “For the Bear” (which is still streaming in full over at this location). Over the holiday season, the band issued a re-mix of the holiday song “…Of Santa,” which can be heard over here.

Check out the year end recap video here:

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Samothrace Drops Off Tour With Pallbearer And Royal Thunder

Seattle doom quartet Samothrace has just issued the following statement about the band’s unfortunate but necessary withdrawal from the pending East Coast tour with Pallbearer and Royal Thunder, which is set to embark in just one week:

“Samothrace is very sorry to announce that we will have to cancel our part on the upcoming tour with Pallbearer and Royal Thunder due to an immediate illness in the family of a band member.

“The most important thing right now is family. We are stoked to have had the opportunity to do the tour and will be planning to make our way out east in the near future. We appreciate the understanding.”

Samothrace just wrapped up a five-city West Coast tour last week in support of sophomore LP “Reverence To Stone,” released via 20 Buck Spin at the end of July. The album was recorded at Soundhouse Studios in Seattle with producer Brandon Fitzsimmons (ex-Wormwood) and mastered at Earhammer by Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Graves At Sea). “Reverence To Stone” is still streaming in its entirety via Pitchfork.com here.

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Black September Unveils New Song "Beyond The Realms"

The Chicago-based death metal quintet Black September has unveiled a second track from the band’s new album, “Into The Darkness Into The Void,” exclusively on DecibelMagazine.com. Click here to stream “Beyond the Realms,” which Decibel calls a “a truly epic slab of whip-smart death metal.”

In case you missed last week’s premiere, the new song “Rabid Hunger” is still streaming at CvltNation.com. More new music will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

“Into The Darkness Into The Void,” which the band has described as “one step beyond our previous efforts into a realm of untamed energy,” is due out September 25th. In other news, Black September will host a free listening party for the new album on Sunday, September 23rd at EXIT Chicago as part of the Chicago Metal Factory’s “Metal Sundays.” You can find more information on the event page here. The band will also be playing a record release show on September 29 in Chicago at the Ultra Lounge with support from Abysme, Coffinworm, and Terminate.

The album’s track listing is:

1. Into the Darkness
2. Solitude
3. Rabid Hunger
4. Cursed
5. Invocation
6. Beyond The Realms
7. Defiance
8. Unhallowed Ground
9. No Return

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Black September Unveils New Song "Beyond The Realms"

The Chicago-based death metal quintet Black September has unveiled a second track from the band’s new album, “Into The Darkness Into The Void,” exclusively on DecibelMagazine.com. Click here to stream “Beyond the Realms,” which Decibel calls a “a truly epic slab of whip-smart death metal.”

In case you missed last week’s premiere, the new song “Rabid Hunger” is still streaming at CvltNation.com. More new music will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

“Into The Darkness Into The Void,” which the band has described as “one step beyond our previous efforts into a realm of untamed energy,” is due out September 25th. In other news, Black September will host a free listening party for the new album on Sunday, September 23rd at EXIT Chicago as part of the Chicago Metal Factory’s “Metal Sundays.” You can find more information on the event page here. The band will also be playing a record release show on September 29 in Chicago at the Ultra Lounge with support from Abysme, Coffinworm, and Terminate.

The album’s track listing is:

1. Into the Darkness
2. Solitude
3. Rabid Hunger
4. Cursed
5. Invocation
6. Beyond The Realms
7. Defiance
8. Unhallowed Ground
9. No Return

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Vision Of Disorder Video Interview About New Album "The Cursed Remain Cursed" Available

Vision of Disorder is set to release “The Cursed Remain Cursed” on September 18th, 2012 and today the band has posted an extensive video interview from a recent stop by the offices of Sirius Satellite Radio. Get the scoop on the new album at VOD’s Facebook Page right here.

The album’s lead single “Loveless” has already stormed into the Top 20 on CMJ’s Loud Rock Album chart, and is still streaming via longtime Lambgoat.com at this location. Vision of Disorder also has the following upcoming live shows:

9/14/2012 The Underworld – London, UK
9/15/2012 Mojo Live – Manchester, UK
9/29/2012 Club Reverb – Reading, PA @ East Coast Tsunami Fest
10/19/2012 Club Revolution – Long Island, NY
11/24/2012 Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY w/ Primitive Weapons, Yuppicide

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