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listen to THE BLEEDING’s first single from “Rites Of Absolution”

UK Death Thrashers THE BLEEDING return with a brand new full-length release, recorded and mixed at MTR Studios in their native London!

This is the follow up to the band’s debut, “Death Eternal”, mastered by Ade Emsley, famed for his work with Iron Maiden and Phil Campbell to name a couple.

The Bleeding take influence from the death and thrash greats… Slayer, Morbid Angel, Pestilence, Coroner, Asphyx… and with a fresh and exciting vigour, pay homage to those greats and at the same time emblazon their own stamp on a timeless genre.

Listen to the new album’s title track ‘Rites Of Absolution’, streaming below:

ENTHEAN guitarist Brian Kingsland joins NILE

Brian Kingsland, guitarist for Progressive Black Metal band ENTHEAN, has joined NILE as second guitarist/vocalist.

The band issued the follow statement:

Enthean will be coming out with our follow-up to 2016’s “Priests of Annihilation” this year. In the meantime, our drummer, Josh Ward, is touching up the new Rapheumets Well album, while Brian is steady with Nile. We wish nothing but the best to all of our brothers in Nile and continued support for Dallas Toler-Wade and Narcotic Wasteland!

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AZARATH – At The Gates Of Understanding (lyric video)

AZARATH premiered a brand new song from their highly anticipated upcoming album “In Extremis”, set to be released on April 7th via Agonia Records. The lyric video for the track, ‘At The Gates Of Understanding’, is the first single to be released from the album.

Featured six long years after the band’s last installment, “Blasphemers’ Maledictions”, from 2011, the lyric video was created by Tomasz Strzałkowski and you can watch it below:

DAMNATION PLAN reveals DIO cover as new single

Finnish Progressive Melodic Death Metal band DAMNATION PLAN released the second single from their upcoming new album “Reality Illusion”.

The single is a tribute to Heavy Metal legend Ronnie James Dio in form of a classic DIO track ‘Don’t Talk To Strangers’.

For our first album as bonus tracks we created our own versions of the movie themes ‘The Terminator’ and ‘The Running Man’, to pay tribute to our childhood inspirations and heroics. So for this new album we wanted to do a cover track as well. We were throwing around some ideas to do some pop songs until the idea to do Dio’s ‘Don’t Talk To Strangers’ came up. So, instead of a hologram we came up with our own version of one of the late legend’s finest tracks to honor his legacy. So here it is – ‘Don’t Talk To Strangers’, in style of Damnation Plan!” Jarkko Lunnas

MORDBRAND releasing “Wilt” on Carnal Records

Swedish Death Metal band MORDBRAND will release their new album, “Wilt”, next February 24, via Carnal Records.

“Wilt” was mixed and mastered by Lawrence Mackrory, with artwork by Nathalie Ziegler and layout by Łukasz Jaszak. A vinyl LP version of the album is also in the works.

The band shared a few words:

We are very pleased with collaborating with Carnal Records this time around. Not only do we hold the label in such high regard due to their astonishing back catalogue, but we also recognize their professional approach and kinship. This album marks a new beginning for the band and we’ve really taken things up to a new level.

A lyric video for the song ‘Delivering the Gods’ is streaming below:

AZARATH releasing a new album in April

Polish Black Death Metal band AZARATH will release a new album, next April 7th, on Agonia Records, with whom they recently signed.

The album was recorded in various locations between March and November 2016, mixed and mastered by Haldor Grunberg at Satanic Audio and with graphic design and layout done by Mentalporn (Behemoth, Origin, Decapitated) with calligraphy provided by Ihasan Art and additional work by Holy Poison Design.

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HEROIC to release new album “Barbár”

Hungarian Epic Pagan Death Metal HEROIC announced the release of their sophomore album, “Barbár”, with 10 brand new songs, two of them sung in Hungarian. The lyrics are inspired by C. G. Jung and reflect the development of the collective barbaric mind of the humanity.

The album is streaming below: