Mycelia Premiere New Song & Video “Nefarious Seeds” From Upcoming New Album “Apex”

Swiss djent-metal prodigy Mycelia are taking on fake news and misinformation on social media with the release of their latest single “Nefarious Seeds”. This is the third single taken from their upcoming fourth full-length album Apex, which was self-produced, and mixed by Joshua Wickman (Oceans Ate Alaska, Within the Ruins, King 810). The album is set for a worldwide release on October 12, 2018 via Eclipse Records.

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Double Experience Announce European / UK Tour Dates w/ Hed PE, Conveyer

Canadian nerd-rockers Double Experience announce they will be supporting Hed PE on their European/ UK tour dates along with Conveyer from January 25th until February 25th (dates listed below). Double Experience have performed across 15 countries, playing everywhere from video game museums to tattoo conventions to Ottawa and Montreal ComicCons as well as many other gatherings such as MAGFest and GuardianCon as well as showcases at Canadian Music Week and Indie Week Canada. Their adventures have been supported by international radio, festivals and television alike, culminating with an entire nerd-rock exposé and performance on Global TV in Canada.

The band recently released their Factor-funded single / music video, “The Pilot” off their upcoming fourth album “Rock (Geology)” to follow 2016’s break out, “Unsaved Progress”, an album that included their much loved single “The Glimmer Shot”; a Destiny-themed rock anthem, which earned them accolades from the creators of the video game itself plus their cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s “Godzilla”.

Guitarist Brock Tinsley comments:

“We’re proud to return to Europe for the first time since 2015 with these hard-hitting bands, so we’re prepared our most energetic show to date. If anyone thinks these Canadian geeks can’t bring the muscle, they’ll be in for a big surprise.”

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Guest Vocalist Confirmed For New Visions Of The Night Album “Supreme Act Of War”

Canadian death/black military-inspired metal act Visions Of The Night has confirmed that Mirai Kawashima from Japan’s SIGH as a guest vocalist for the upcoming fourth full length studio release “Supreme Act of War.” The will be released at the start of the band’s Asian tour in Seoul, Korea on November 25th.

Previously, the band confirmed the return of Todd Hansen (King Parrot, The Berzerker) on session drums.

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Caligula’s Horse Streaming “Will’s Song”

Caligula’s Horse recently announced the release of upcoming fourth studio album, “In Contact,” due out September 15th, 2017 via Inside Out Music.

Now the band is pleased to reveal the first track from that album, a riff-heavy, progressive metal tour-de-force titled “Will’s Song (Let The Colours Run).” Listen in below.

Guitarist Sam Vallen comments: “‘Will’s Song’ is something special for us. It’s dark and heavy, especially by C Horse standards, but it never feels like a compromise between those traits and the melody and colour we strive for.

“This track embodies the possibilities of our new line-up. Josh and Adrian have toured with us for a while now, but Will’s Song finally shows what they’re capable of, and how much we’ve all grown as a group through the changes. It’s a massive step forward for Caligula’s Horse.”

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Thy Art Is Murder Launches New Video Series For The Making Of “Dear Desolation”

Thy Art Is Murder has begun a new series of webisodes documenting the making of the band’s upcoming fourth studio album titled “Dear Desolation”. Nuclear Blast Entertainment will release that album on August 18th.

Check out now “Chapter 1: Stories of Desolation” below.

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Thy Art Is Murder Shares New Trailer For Upcoming Album “Dear Desolation”

Thy Art Is Murder has shared a new trailer below for the band’s upcoming fourth studio album titled “Dear Desolation”. Nuclear Blast Entertainment will release that album on August 18th.

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Rock’N’Growl Records Inks Deal With Random Eyes, New Album Announced

Finnish metal band, Random Eyes, has signed with German label Rock ‘N’ Growl Records for the upcoming fourth album “Grieve No More.” The album features ten tracks and was produced, mixed and mastered by Christian Palin (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex Adagio).

The clear strength of Random Eyes is the attacking vocals, paired with powerful sound and catchy melodies, backed by great guitar-work and grooving drums.

Formed in 2011 by Christian Palin (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex Adagio), Random Eyes began writing material and laying down the foundation for the band. The debut album “Eyes Ablaze” was released in 2003 and it featured gothic metal influences. The second album “Invisible” was released in 2008 followed by the third “Light Up” in 2011). The band’s direction has changed over the past years, with the sound headed in a more riff-oriented direction.

Now with “Grieve No More’,” the band is on a mission to bring hope and light to a world caught in disarray and chaos. Stay tuned for more information on the album soon.

Random Eyes is:

Christian Palin – Vocals (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex-Adagio)
Markus Grimald – Lead guitars
Hercules Buccolieri – Guitars (Ill Confine)
Daniel Pfister – Bass (Gods Of Silence, ex-Kirk)
Pihilipp Eichenberger – drums (Panorama, Gods Of Silence, Legenda Aurea, ex-Kirk)

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Rock’N’Growl Records Inks Deal With Random Eyes, New Album Announced

Finnish metal band, Random Eyes, has signed with German label Rock ‘N’ Growl Records for the upcoming fourth album “Grieve No More.” The album features ten tracks and was produced, mixed and mastered by Christian Palin (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex Adagio).

The clear strength of Random Eyes is the attacking vocals, paired with powerful sound and catchy melodies, backed by great guitar-work and grooving drums.

Formed in 2011 by Christian Palin (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex Adagio), Random Eyes began writing material and laying down the foundation for the band. The debut album “Eyes Ablaze” was released in 2003 and it featured gothic metal influences. The second album “Invisible” was released in 2008 followed by the third “Light Up” in 2011). The band’s direction has changed over the past years, with the sound headed in a more riff-oriented direction.

Now with “Grieve No More’,” the band is on a mission to bring hope and light to a world caught in disarray and chaos. Stay tuned for more information on the album soon.

Random Eyes is:

Christian Palin – Vocals (Panorama, Magic Kingdom, ex-Adagio)
Markus Grimald – Lead guitars
Hercules Buccolieri – Guitars (Ill Confine)
Daniel Pfister – Bass (Gods Of Silence, ex-Kirk)
Pihilipp Eichenberger – drums (Panorama, Gods Of Silence, Legenda Aurea, ex-Kirk)

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New Song “Burn The World” Streaming From Portrait

Swedish metal act Portrait is streaming the new song “Burn the World,” which you can check out in the player below. The song is the title track from the band’s upcoming fourth full length album set to drop on August 25th via Metal Blade Records. Pre-order the album now at this location.

The track list for “Burn the World” is:

1. Saturn Return (Intro)
2. Burn the World
3. Likfassna
4. Flaming Blood
5. Mine to Reap
6. Martyrs
7. Further She Rode
8. To Die For
9. Pure of Heart

Check out “Burn the World” here:

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Der Weg Einer Freiheit Posts New Song “Skepsis Part II”

Der Weg Einer Freiheit is now premiering the first sinister track taken from upcoming fourth studio album “Finisterre.” The song, “Skepsis Part II,” can be heard below. Frontman Nikita Kamprad comments on behalf of the band:

“We are extremely stoked to finally be able to present the first new track taken from our upcoming album ‘Finisterre’. In comparison to the quite complex and progressive instrumental ‘Skepsis Part I’, the now premiered ‘Skepsis Part II’ is a more straight forward composition, in which epic melodies are aggressively building up until the doomy grand finale.

“Ultimately, we consider both parts of ‘Skepsis’ to be connected and forming one extensive musical piece. This lyric video also provides an impression and closer look at the extensive album artwork, which was created by our friend Max Löffler once again. Enjoy!”

1. Aufbruch
2. Ein letzter Tanz
3. Skepsis Part I
4. Skepsis Part II
5. Finisterre

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