Centuries Premiere New Song “Bygones” From Upcoming New Album “The Lights Of This Earth Are Blinding”

Centuries’ second LP, The Lights Of This Earth Are Blinding, is due for release in January via Southern Lord Recordings. Stream the new Centuries track “Bygones” below.

The band today announces their return to Europe for the fourth time in April and May, alongside Portrayal Of Guilt:

CENTURIES w/ Portrayal Of Guilt:
4//28/2018 Klex – Greifswald, DE
4/29/2018 Gothenburg – Sekten, SE
4/30/2018 Firestorm Fest – Stockholm, SE
5/01/2018 TBA – Malmö, SE
5/02/2018 TBA – Copenhagen, DK
5/03/2018 TBA – Hamburg, DE
5/04/2018 Utrecht Fest – Amsterdam, NL
5/05/2018 Privat – Cologne, DE
5/06/2018 Kavka – Antwerp, BE
5/07/2018 La Comedia Michelet – Paris, FR
5/08/2018 TBA – CH/FR
5/09/2018 Juha West – Stuttgart, DE
5/10/2018 TBA – Bielefeld/Weimar, DE
5/11/2018 Miss The Stars Fest – Berlin, DE

About the new album the band remarks, “The Lights Of This Earth Are Blinding is a dark album that carries a theme of constant self-doubt. It follows how we choose to accept our loses and the reaction to life, as well as the journey we take to make peace with the demons we’ve made.”

Southern Lord will release Centuries’ The Lights Of This Earth Are Blinding on LP and digital formats on January 26th, 2018. Stand by for additional audio/video samples from the album, preorder links, and more over the weeks ahead.

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New Song “Soul Taker” Streaming From High Reeper

Delaware stoner act High Reeper has teamed up with Indy Metal Vault to stream the new song “Soul Taker,” which appears on the band’s upcoming self-titled album. Check out the song at this location, or just in the player down below.

“High Reeper” will be released on November 3rd. Pre-order the album over here.

Formed in 2016, High Reeper is made up of Zach Thomas, Napz Mosley, Andrew Price, Pat Daly and Shane Trimble. Originally started as just a studio band, it rapidly became apparent that these songs were meant to be heard live and loud. The band made their debut in the Philly/DE stoner rock scene in early 2017 with success which was followed up by the recording of the self-titled debut in May. With a sound deeply rooted in modern stoner rock while still giving a nod to the earliest Sabbath records, High Reeper’s first offering is driven by pounding rhythms, thick guitars and the soaring, screeching vocals.

Check out “Soul Taker” here:

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Hautajaisyo Releases “Unohdetut” Single

From the depths of Finnish melancholy and death worship comes Hautajaisyö (“funeral night”), which just released a new single titled “Unohdetut” (“the forgotten”). You can stream the new release below, and the track listing is as follows:

01. Unohdetut
02. Kuusikymmentäkaksi (Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus cover)

Finnish fans can also catch Hautajaisyö live on these upcoming spring dates:

Cave Bar, Iisalmi, Finland 03.03.2017
Fubar, Tallinn, Estonia 13.04.2017

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Devanation Posts “Suffering Bay” Music Video

California Bay Area heavy metal group Devanation just launched a music video for the track, “Suffering Bay,” taken from debut album, “Dominion of Oblivion.”

Stream the new video clip, directed by David Ledbetter, in the player below. Commented Devanation vocalist Jacob Shaw:

“‘Suffering Bay’ is a piece of the concept album story of our debut full-length Dominion of Oblivion. In this ‘chapter,’ a man, nearing the end of his journey through the Dominion, is confronted by the evil spirit that has assumed the form of his wife. I won’t give away any more!

“Our director David Ledbetter and I worked really hard on this one, making sure that it stayed as close to the story of the album as possible, while also being fun to watch. It’s difficult to say, but I think this is my favorite video I’ve ever been a part of.”

With the release of the new video, Devanation is also excited to announce the addition of lead guitarist Francis “Pacey” Abramczyk. “Pacey has been a good friend for years now – we did a tour together a few years back,” said Shaw. “When we brought him out to jam with us, it just clicked. I’m really excited about it.”

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Devanation Posts “Suffering Bay” Music Video

California Bay Area heavy metal group Devanation just launched a music video for the track, “Suffering Bay,” taken from debut album, “Dominion of Oblivion.”

Stream the new video clip, directed by David Ledbetter, in the player below. Commented Devanation vocalist Jacob Shaw:

“‘Suffering Bay’ is a piece of the concept album story of our debut full-length Dominion of Oblivion. In this ‘chapter,’ a man, nearing the end of his journey through the Dominion, is confronted by the evil spirit that has assumed the form of his wife. I won’t give away any more!

“Our director David Ledbetter and I worked really hard on this one, making sure that it stayed as close to the story of the album as possible, while also being fun to watch. It’s difficult to say, but I think this is my favorite video I’ve ever been a part of.”

With the release of the new video, Devanation is also excited to announce the addition of lead guitarist Francis “Pacey” Abramczyk. “Pacey has been a good friend for years now – we did a tour together a few years back,” said Shaw. “When we brought him out to jam with us, it just clicked. I’m really excited about it.”

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Black Tusk Reveals “Pillars Of Ash” Release Details

Black Tusk has announced the release of “Pillars Of Ash,” the band’s forthcoming album and final recordings with founding bassist Athon.

Produced by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust, “Pillars Of Ash” is due out worldwide on CD/LP/digital formats via Relapse Records this coming January 29, 2016.

Stream the new track “God’s On Vacation” in the player below, and you can pre-order the album now via Relapse Records here.

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Lycus Announces New Album “Chasms,” Streaming “Solar Chambers” Track

The new Lycus album “Chasms” will be released on January 15, 2016 on CD/LP/digital formats via Relapse Records. Today you can also stream the new track “Solar Chambers” below and pre-order the album right here. The album’s track listing is as follows:

1. Solar Chamber
2. Chasms
3. Mirage
4. Obsidian Eyes

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Saints Of Death Offering “Angels & Demons” For Free Download

Vancouver, BC’s Saints Of Death (a name inspired by the Mexican folklore of Santa Muerte) is a four piece that originally began as a Motorhead tribute band and now brings out original material with a double bassist attack.

Saints Of Death will unleash a self-titled debut EP on September 25th and leading up to the EP’s release, the band is offering a free download of the track “Angels & Demons” at Bandcamp here.

You can also stream the new track below. The full “Saints Of Death” EP’s track listing is as follows:

1. Army of Dead (4:22)
2. Doom 5.1 (4:43)
3. Blood Vendetta (3:12)
4. Revolution (4:30)
5. Angels & Demons (4:26)

Angels & Demons by Saints of Death

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Indesinence Streaming Full New “III” Album

You can stream the new Indesinence album “III” in its entirety today ahead of the official July 21st release through Profound Lore Records.

New death/doom opus “III” was recorded and mixed by Greg Chandler of Esoteric in his Priory Recording Studio and mastered by Brad Boatright of Audiosiege. The track listing is as follows:

1. Seashore Eternal
2. Nostalgia
3. Embryo Limbo
4. Desert Trail
5. Mountains Of Mind/Five Years Ahead (Of My Time)
6. Strange Meridian
7. III

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Come And Rest Streaming New Music Video “Slowburn”

New metalcore outfit Come and Rest premieres a song and music video for the track “Slowburn” taken from the upcoming EP “Blacklist” set to drop on May 12.

You can now stream the new music video below.

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