Hate Eternal Reveals New Album, “Upon Desolate Sands” Details

Florida death metal legends Hate Eternal has revealed that their new studio album, “Upon Desolate Sands” will be released on October 26th through Season Of Mist Records. The group has also posted a new song online entitled, “What Lies Beyond,” which can be heard at the bottom of the page.

Tracklisting:

1. The Violent Fury
2. What Lies Beyond
3. Vengeance Striketh
4. Nothingness Of Being
5. All Hope Destroyed
6. Portal Of Myriad
7. Dark Age Of Ruin
8. Upon Desolate Sands
9. For Whom We Have Lost

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New Album “Excerpts From The Future Past” Streaming In Full From Hällas

Swedish psychedelic metal band Hällas is streaming the entire new album “Excerpts From The Future Past,” a celebration of its release today (October 13th) via The Sign Records. The album comes courtesy of Toilet Ov Hell at this location. However, we made it more convenient by placing a player on the bottom for you to enjoy the release right here.

The track list for “Excerpts From The Future Past” is:

1. The Astral Seer
2. Repentance
3. Nebulon’s Tower
4. The Golden City of Semyra
5. Star Rider (see video clip here)
6. Shadow of the Templar
7. Illusion Sky

Check out the album here:

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New Album “Excerpts From The Future Past” Streaming In Full From Hällas

Swedish psychedelic metal band Hällas is streaming the entire new album “Excerpts From The Future Past,” a celebration of its release today (October 13th) via The Sign Records. The album comes courtesy of Toilet Ov Hell at this location. However, we made it more convenient by placing a player on the bottom for you to enjoy the release right here.

The track list for “Excerpts From The Future Past” is:

1. The Astral Seer
2. Repentance
3. Nebulon’s Tower
4. The Golden City of Semyra
5. Star Rider (see video clip here)
6. Shadow of the Templar
7. Illusion Sky

Check out the album here:

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Machinergy Posts "Rhythm Between Sounds" Documentary Video

Portugal’s Machinergy has posted a documentary clip online titled “Rhythm Between Sounds,” which can be viewed at the band’s website or in the player below. English subtitles are available by using the “CC” icon at the bottom of the player.

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Oh, you have fans to advertise to? We’re your biggest supporters!

So when a band with a draw comes to town, the local radio station will play their music a couple times a day in that 48-hour period and pretend that they’re such huge “supporters,” but when the band passes the city limit sign on the way out, their CD goes back in the bottom drawer. […]

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