Within Temptation Posts New Lyric Video “Raise Your Banner” Online

Within Temptation will release their seventh album, “Resist,” on December 14th via Spinefarm Records/Universal Music. You can watch a lyric video for the song “Raise Your Banner”, featuring In Flames vocalist Anders Fridén, below.

“Resist” marks a departure from the Within Temptation’s past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table – both instrumentally and thematically.

“Resist is a true milestone for us. If it wasn’t for Resist, Within Temptation wouldn’t be here anymore,” the band stated.

“With this record, we’ve taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face – a very dark one,” said singer Sharon den Adel. “Sometimes, it feels that today’s pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we’ve ever created before. Resist is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge.”

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Cripple Bastards Posts New Song “Crimine Contro L’immagine” Online

Italian grindcore legends Cripple Bastards celebrate 30 years of misanthropic extremity with their seventh full-length album, La Fine Cresce da Dentro (meaning: “The End Is Growing From Within”). The album is due out November 9th on CD/LP/Digital.

Physical pre-orders are available via Relapse.com here and digital downloads / streaming services here.

The track “Crimine Contro L’immagine” is available for streaming below.

Recorded at the legendary Fredman Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström (At The Gates, Dark Tranquility), La Fine Cresce da Dentro is eighteen tracks of inconceivable speed and brutality surpassing even their previous work. Over three decades in, Cripple Bastards are showing no signs of slowing down and continue to destroy unsuspecting eardrums with hate-filled, grind punk chaos.

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Atreyu Premiere Two New Songs & Detail New Album “In Our Wake”

Atreyu announce that their seventh full-length effort “In Our Wake” will be out on October 12th via Spinefarm Records. Two singles from the release have also been debuted online, including the album’s title track and “Anger Left Behind“, which can be streamed below.

The cover artwork and track listing for the album can be found below:

01 – “In Our Wake”
02 – “House Of Gold”
03 – “The Time Is Now”
04 – “Nothing Will Ever Change”
05 – “Blind Deaf & Dumb”
06 – “Terrified”
07 – “Safety Pin”
08 – “Into the Open”
09 – “Paper Castle”
10 – “No Control”
11 – “Anger Left Behind”
12 – “Super Hero”

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Powerwolf New Song “Incense And Iron” From Upcoming New Album “The Sacrament Of Sin”

German power metal outfit Powerwolf will release their seventh effort, “The Sacrament Of Sin”, on July 20 through Napalm Records. The follow-up to 2015’s “Blessed & Possessed” was recorded at Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden with producer Jens Bogren.

The official lyric video for the new single “Incense And Iron” can be streamed below.

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Powerwolf Premiere New Song & Video “Fire & Forgive” From Upcoming New Album “The Sacrament Of Sin”

German metal outfit Powerwolf will release their seventh studio effort, “The Sacrament Of Sin”, on July 20 through Napalm Records. The album was recorded at Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden with producer Jens Bogren.

The official video for the track from it “Fire & Forgive” can be seen below.

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Nile Announces Australian Tour Dates With The Faceless

American death metal outfit Nile has announced that they will be heading to Australia this November for a string of headlining shows in support of their seventh studio album, “At the Gate of Sethu,” which was released last year through Nuclear Blast Records. Joining them on the trek down under will be fellow Americans, The Faceless.

The tour dates are as follows:

November 14 – Brisbane, Australia – The Hifi
November 15 – Sydney, Australia – The Manning Bar
November 16 – Melbourne, Australia – The Corner Hotel
November 17 – Perth, Australia – Amplifier Bar

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