Lyric Video For New Song “My Temptation” Posted By Sleeping Romance

Sleeping Romance released a lyric video for the new single “My Temptation.” The song appears on the new album “Alba,” which will be released on November 3rd via Napalm Records.

The band is thrilled to unveil their first track and states: “We’re stoked to finally present ‘My Temptation,’ the first single from our upcoming album ‘Alba.’ This is a killer song that represents in a perfect way the new Sleeping Romance sound: epic, symphonic and dramatic atmosphere. Hope you love it! IL METALLO!”

The upcoming album “Alba” leads a journey of orchestral opera arrangements and siren songs; touching, sometimes frightening, but always as personal as can be. Songstress Federica Lanna means every word she sings and Federico Truzzi complements her lovely voice with delicate guitars.

The concept of “Alba,” ‘Dawn’ in Italian, centers around the main character and her life that advances through difficulties, choices and mistakes, and leads the character to a positive growth. The message the concept wants to give is that life is complex, full of obstacles, but there’s always a way forward, and an opportunity for everyone to reach what their heart desire.

The full track listing is:

1. Overture – Twilight
2. Where The Light Is Bleeding
3. Lost In My Eyes
4. Touch The Sun
5. Forgiveness
6. My Temptation
7. Across The Sea
8. Everything Behind
9. Through The Looking Glass
10. Alba
11. Underture – Daylight

Check out “My Temptation” is:

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Video Clip For New Song “Take It Back” Available From Iron Curtain

Spanish speed metal act Iron Curtain issued a music video for the new song “Take It Back.” The song is the third track released from the upcoming album “Guilty As Charged,” which drops on October 14, 2016 via Pure Steel Records.

The track list is as follows:

1. Into The Fire
2. Lion’s Breath
3. Take It Back
4. Relentless
5. Iron Price
6. Outlaw
7. Wild & Rebel (see lyric video here)
8. Guilty As Charged (song streaming here)
9. Turn The Hell On

Check out the video here:

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Video For New Song “Ride Through The Sky” Available From Darkfall, Track List For New Album Revealed

Austrian melodic death/thrash metal act Darkfall has published a music video for the new song “Ride Through The Sky,” the opening track from the band’s upcoming album “At The End Of Times.” The album drops on September 8th via Black Sunset/MDD Records.

The album will feature 10 songs with a running time of approximately 55 minutes, and the track listing reads as follows:

1. Ride Through The Sky
2. The Breed Of Death
3. The Way Of Victory
4. Deathcult Debauchery
5. Ashes Of Dead Gods
6. Your God Is Dead
7. Blutgott
8. Welcome The Day You Die
9. Ash Nazg – One Ring
10. Land Of No Return MMXVII

Check out “Ride Through The Sky” here:

Upcoming live shows for Darkfall include:

08.09. Release Show, Orpheum, Graz, AUT
09.09. Hard Summer Open Air, Falkenfels, GER
14.09. Storm Crusher Festival, Wurz, GER
17.09. Randal Club, Bratislava, SVK
30.09. Metal Weekend, Sankt Pölten, AUT
06.10. Rock im Sixpack, Wels, AUT
07.10. MARK, Salzburg, AUT
14.10. Metal Night Outbreak, Vorchdorf, AUT
20.10. Shredfest, Linz, AUT
21.10. The Day The Dead Walked Festival, Augsburg, GER
09.12. Viper Room, Wien, AUT
16.12. Eindhoven Metal Meeting, Eindhoven, NED

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Necrolytic Goat Converter Posts New Song “The Dark Within”

Necrolytic Goat Converter today streams “The Dark Within” online, a new track from the upcoming album “Isolated Evolution.” Check it out below.

New album “Isolated Evolution” will be released this coming August 18th, 2017 on both CD and digital formats. Pre-order the album at the Necrolytic Goat Converter Bandcamp page here.

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Hällas Streaming New Track “The Astral Seer”

Progressive metal band Hällas is now streaming “The Astral Seer,” which is the first single from the group’s upcoming album “Excerpts From The Future Past.”

“Excerpts From The Future Past” will be available via The Sign Records on October 13th, 2017 and features the following track listing:

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

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Samael Reveals New Album “Hegemony”

Swiss black metal pioneers Samael already gave fans a first glimpse of upcoming album “Hegemony” in the form of a music video premiere for the track “Angel of Wrath.” If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t miss out over here.

“Hegemony” marks the band’s 30th anniversary and is now up for pre-order via Napalm Records. The band states:

“The creative process that leads to the completion of ‘Hegemony’ took over 4 years. Throughout that time we lived with and saw each song growing into what they finally became. ‘Hegemony’ is an album that acknowledges the world we’re living in, and emphasized on the effort to take control of that world. It’s all about change and evolution. It’s a strong statement, a testament of our time and a call for revolution.”

Samael’s new album “Hegemony” will be released on October 13th, 2017 via Napalm Records and features the following track listing:

1. Hegemony
2. Samael
3. Angel of Wrath
4. Rite of Renewal
5. Red Planet
6. Black Supremacy
7. Murder or Suicide
8. This World
9. Against All Enemies
10. Land of the Living
11. Dictate of Transparency
12. Helter Skelter
13. Storm of Fire (Bonus Track)

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Implore Unleashes 50 Seconds Of Grind With “Loathe” Video

Slaves to the grind, Implore just launched the first online single/video from upcoming album, “Subjugate.” New song “Loathe” features 50 seconds of pure, grinding death metal assault.

Although one of the shorter tracks of the album, “Loathe” sums up the direction of “Subjugate” quite well. Take a one minute break and check out the song below.

Scheduled for release on September 22nd via Century Media Records, “Subjugate” is now available for pre-order at this location.

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Cities Of Mars Posts New Song “Envoy Of Murder”

Swedish doom outfit Cities Of Mars is now streaming new single “Envoy of Murder” in the YouTube player below. About this single, the band says:

“As always, the song contains a piece of the unfolding saga of the ancient Martian civilization, rediscovered by the KGB agent Nadia in 1971. The song is set in 3251 BC, where a devastating civil war rages on Mars.

“A mad scientist has just released his latest invention onto the battlefield – an army of biomechanical spiders. Hidden in the shadows, the scientist controls his spider minions roaming the battle plains, infecting and reanimating dying soldiers into walking terrors.”

This is the first single from Cities Of Mars’ upcoming album “Temporal Rifts,” due to be released by Argonauta Records as vinyl, CD, and digital formats September 29th, 2017.

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Agrypnie Issues Album Recording Update

Its been awhile since the last proper transmission from the band, but today Agrypnie just checked in with the following update about the vocal recordings for an upcoming album:

“Ladies & Gents, due a stroke of fate we preponed the start of the vocal recordings for the upcoming Agrypnie release. The first recordings are going to start already this week. Manuel Karakas, who recorded already the vocals for the releases ‘Aetas Cineris’ and the ‘Asche’ EP will again be the producer.”

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Livid Posts New Song “The Fire”

One of Prosthetic Records’ newest signings – experimental doom band Livid – will release upcoming album, “Beneath This Shroud, The Earth Erodes,” on July 14th, 2017. Today new album track “The Fire” also comes online and can be heard below.

Guitarist/vocalist Cole Benson says: “We worked on ‘The Fire’ for over a year. It was the most challenging song to get right, we tried different lyrics, vocal melodies, and guitar lead lines before we got it perfect. I remember hearing the test pressing for first time and freaking out with excitement when ‘The Fire’ came on.”

Bassist Chad Padelford adds: “We put a lot of work into that song. Day of, we we’re still changing and adding parts. The outro was done on the fly. As we were ringing out the end of the song, we weren’t sure how we were going to end it, when Cole just kept playing. It was so spontaneous and genuine. It was perfect.”

1. Descend
2. Nothing
3. Sins Of God (streaming here)
4. The Fire
5. Into Nothing

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