As part of an onslaught of new short-length assaults, on February 16th, 2018, Blood Harvest Records is proud to present Shambles‘ Primitive Death Trance on digipack CD and 12″ vinyl formats.
Birmingham’s stoner/doom metal collective KROH are now streaming their new EP “Pyres”.
KROH is the brainchild of Paul Kenney, a former member of Mistress, and founder of Fukpig. He reunited with his former Mistress band mate, Darren Donovan (also ex-Sally and current Burden of the Noose bassist), plus recruited Rich Stanton (also of Burden of the Noose), Paul Harrington and Oliwia Sobieszek to complete the line up.
Witches Brew is proud to announce the newest member of the Brew Crew, DEATHRONED, killer Thrash metal from Paris, France! The first release with these guys will be a 10″ split LP with fellow countrymen MORTAL SCEPTER! This release is planned for January/February 2018. Follow and thrash with DEATHRONEDat http://deathroned.bandcamp.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/DeathronedThrash
In Snakes I Bathe have launched pre-orders for “In Snakes I Bathe” EP, which will be self-released on August 11th, 2017.
In Snakes I Bathe is a one man death metal/grindcore project from Scotland.
Now, you can listen two track available on their bandcamp:
About three years and a half after their very well-recevied debut EP ‘Timeless’, French cinematographic postrockeurs SYNOPSYS announced the upcoming release of their long-awaited debut full-length record expected for a physical / digital release on May.
In the meantime and in waiting for more album-details, a first audio excerpt from this effort “A Whisper In The Evening” is available from now Bandcamp with the courtesy of Score A/V as media support, while the artwork has also been unveiled below.
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In November 2016, LONGHOUSE returned to Wolf Lake Studios to record with Mike Bond (Loviatar, Norilsk, Arms of the Girl) once again as producer and engineer for the outcome to be their sophomore album entitled “II: Vanishing”. The album continues the pleasing progression of their debut while retaining the band’s core sound of heavy, intricate riffs, splashed with a touch of post-metal to guide you on a dark and visceral journey spanning nearly 40 minutes over five tracks.
Those influences can be heard in LONGHOUSE‘s first single “No Name, No Marker”, a song written for the voiceless Indigenous children who were abused and died while forced to attend residential schools in Canada and were buried in unmarked graves.
“No Name, No Marker” streaming at https://longhouse1.bandcamp.com/track/no-name-no-marker-2
2. Vanishing (6:13)
3. Blood And Stone (5:57)
4. No Name, No Marker (7:59)
5. The Vigil (10:06)