Anaal Nathrakh To Release New Album “Desideratum”

Anaal Nathrakh, which signed to Metal Blade earlier this Summer, has issued the following announcement about an upcoming album release:

“Finally, we are reaching the stage where things are coming together for the impending release of our new cacophony.

“For now, we can divulge that the title will be Desideratum. Everything is in Metal Blade’s hands ready for pressing, artwork is finalized, and the release date is penciled in pending final confirmation.

“Expect an update approximately this time next week with release date, preorder information, and a streaming track from the album. Following that, more information and hopefully preview tracks will be made available in the run up to the day itself. Preparations for triage and all emergency measures should be made now.

“Nearly there…”

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New Song "Sleep, Kill, Regress, Follow" Streaming From Gloria Morti

Finnish melodic black metal act Gloria Morti is streaming track “Sleep, Kill, Regress, Follow” from the band’s fourth LP “Lateral Constraint.” The album was issued in Europe through Cyclone Empire in November, but will see a North American release of February 5, 2013 through Metal Blade Records. Gloria Morti features Before the Dawn guitarist Juho Räihä.

The track listing for “Lateral Constraint” is as follows:

1. Lex Parsimoniae
2. The First Act
3. Our God Is War
4. Aesthetics of Self-Hyperbole
5. Sleep, Kill, Regress, Follow
6. HalluciNations
7. Slaves
8. Non-Believer
9. The Divine Is a Fraud
10. Conclusion

Check out “Sleep, Kill, Regress, Follow” here:

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Nightrage Streams Track "Hate Turns Black" Online

Greek melodic death metal band Nightrage is streaming track “Hate Turns Black” from the forthcoming LP “Insidious” though Lifeforce Records Facebook Page. “Insidious” is scheduled for release on September 26, 2011 (EU) and September 27, 2011 (North American).

For a full review of Nightrage’s “Insidious” click here.

For track by track commentary, check out:

Track by Track Commentary #1
Track by Track Commentary #2

For other information about “Insidious” visit this location.

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