Suffering Quota Premiere Full-Album Stream Of Brand New Album “Life in Disgust”

Dutch grind outfit Suffering Quota premiere the full-album stream of the band’s brand new album “Life in Disgust”, which was released yesterday through Dawnbreed Records.

Check out now “Life in Disgust” in its entirety below.

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Walking Corpse Syndrome Premiere New Song “Bled Her” From Upcoming New EP “Embrace the Suffering”

Walking Corpse Syndrome premiere a new song entitled “Bled Her”, taken from their upcoming new EP “Embrace the Suffering”.

Check out now “Bled Her” below.

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Suffering Quota Premiere New Song “Apathy” From Upcoming New Album “Life In Disgust”

Dutch grinders Suffering Quota premiere a new song entitled “Apathy”. The song is taken from their impending new album “Life In Disgust”, out through Loner Cult Records, Dawnbreed Records, Mono Canibal Records and 7Degrees Records on vinyl and on cassette through Tartarus Records on November 2nd.

Check out now “Apathy” below.

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Cryptopsy Premiere New Song & Play-Through Video “Fear His Displeasure” From Upcoming New EP “Book of Suffering – Tome II”

Cryptopsy premiere a new song play-through video for “Fear His Displeasure”, taken from their upcoming new EP “Book of Suffering – Tome II”. The EP itself will arrive in stores on October 26th. The video was directed, filmed and edited by Chris Kells and produced by Ryan Andrade from FTB Visuals.

Check out now “Fear His Displeasure” below.

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Cryptopsy Premiere New Track & Lyric Video “Fear His Displeasure”

Cryptopsy debut a second new track from their impending new EP, “The Book Of Suffering – Tome II“. Below you can stream a lyric video for “Fear His Displeasure” from that effort. The EP itself will arrive in stores on October 26th.

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Walking Corpse Syndrome Debut New Song “Wolf In The Nursery” From Upcoming New EP “Embrace the Suffering”

Montana’s Walking Corpse Syndrome debut a new song titled “Wolf In The Nursery”, taken from their upcoming new EP “Embrace the Suffering”, which due out at some point in 2019.

Check out now “Wolf In The Nursery” below.

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Cryptopsy Premiere New Music Video For “Sire Of Sin”

Cryptopsy premiere a new music video for their song “Sire Of Sin“. The track comes from their upcoming new EP, “The Book Of Suffering – Tome II“, which will be released on October 26th.

Explain Cryptopsy:

“We knew that the video had to be as chaotic as the song. To accomplish this we strived to remove all full band performance shots and replace them with extreme close-ups on individual members. In order to match the frantic pace of the music we challenged Chris Kells (director/editor/producer) to make a myriad of seamless edits between multiple angled and minimally lit shots. We must say that we are blown away with what he accomplished.”

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Skullcrush Premiere New Song “Spectacle of Suffering” From Upcoming New EP “Visions of the Firestorm Eclipse”

Death metal outfit Skullcrush premiere a new song entitled “Spectacle of Suffering”, taken from their upcoming new EP “Visions of the Firestorm Eclipse”, which will be out in stores July 6th via Camo Pants Records.

Check out now “Spectacle of Suffering” below.

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Boundaries Premiere New Song “Sanctum Of Suffering” From Brand New EP “Spring Demonstration”

Boundaries premiere a new song and video titled “Sanctum Of Suffering”, taken from their brand new EP “Spring Demonstration”, out in stores now via Bandcamp.

Check out now “Sanctum Of Suffering” below.

See Boundaries live this summer on the followoing dates:

6/8/18: Webster Underground – Hartford, CT w/ Walls of Jericho
7/1/18: Voltage Lounge – Philadelphia, PA
7/15/18: Vans Warped Tour – Hartford, CT

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Architects Want To Make Late Guitarist Tom Searle Proud With New Album

Architects discuss their upcoming new album in the latest issue of Metal Hammer. As reported guitarist Tom Searle passed away to cancer in 2016. His brother, drummer Dan Searle, explains:

“I didn’t know what to do with myself, I suppose, but also part of me felt like I should really document what this feels like. Because at some point, everyone loses someone, and maybe other people would hear these words and it would resonate with them.

And if it’s then put into context of a record that’s documenting a whole year of grieving, maybe they could see that they might move into a space in their life where they feel more positive.”

He continues:

“…We’ve had extraordinary circumstances for the last two records. And now we have different extraordinary circumstances for this record. I hope that we can turn what has been a very horrible experience into a great record that we’re proud of, but Tom would have been proud of as well.”

“I hope that people will find it helps them work through whatever pain they’re going through. I hope that it helps bring out a change in perspective on dealing with these things, and the fact you have to honor the discomfort and the suffering. Or you don’t move forward.”

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