“ROTTING CHRIST issue a previously unreleased track that will be included as a bonus on their upcoming best of double-CD compilation, ‘Their Greatest Spells’, which will hit the stores on March 23rd.”
Many thanks for changing this! Some fans seem to mistakenly believe it is a track from a forthcoming new album.
The Greek veterans are now streaming ‘I Will Not Serve’ at the link below,
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Latvian thrashers Saintorment streams “Defective Mind” album on Youtube and Bandcamp in full!
“Defective Mind” will be released on December 30 via More Hate Productions, the CD will come with 12 page booklet. The pages of the booklet will take you on a trip around our hometown, where you will visit all the places we see every day and which give us inspiration, sometimes apathy and often fill us with anger + the booklet also includes the lyrics and facts about the album.
ÁRSTÍÐIR will reissue their critically acclaimed third full-length, ‘Hvel’ (“Spheres”), which was originally released in 2015 on February 23rd, 2018.
The eclectic Icelandic independent rockers are offering their amazing track, “Himinhvel” as an introduction to the band via YouTube at the link below.
The cover art of ‘Hvel’ and further information about he album can be found below.
1. Himinhvel (3:39)
2. Things You Said (5:28)
3. Someone Who Cares (3:21)
4. Moonlight (3:51)
5. Vetur Að Vori (2:37)
6. Friðþægingin (3:04)
7. Ró (4:33)
8. Cannon (3:38)
9. Silfurskin (2:29)
10. Shine (4:15)
11. You Again (3:17)
12. Unfold (4:47)
Total playing time: 44:59
ZIFIR have existed for more than a decade in the deep confines of the underground, previously releasing two full-lengths and one split album with Cult Of Erinyes. Now, with their third album Kingdom Of Nothingness, the Turkish two-piece of Onur Onok and Nursuz have crafted a unique piece of darkness. Skillfully blending eastern European and Scandinavian influences into their very own sound, ZIFIR evoke haunting imagery of desolate fields and vast ruins, all soiled in blood. Rather than the standard “Hail Satan” perspective, lyrically Kingdom Of Nothingness is a condemnation of all man made religion, seen from a Turkish point of view.
Continue reading Turkish Black Metal Duo ZIFIR Release ‘Kingdom of Nothingness’ / Album Streaming
In anticipation of their debut full-length album, The Dawning, due to be out early next year via Loud Rage Music, Iasi, Romania based Progressive Doom Metal formation Paragon Collapse are offering yet another extract from it, the track called Nirvana:
Iron Bonehead Productions sets March 9th, 2018 as the international release date for the highly anticipated debut album of Peru’s Antichrist, Pax Moriendi, on CD and vinyl LP formats.
Formed in 2004 but not really kicking into recorded gear until a decade later, Antichrist soon released a steady stream of demos between 2014 and 2016. Through this requisite underground graft, the trio studiously perfected their craft, shaping its huge ‘n’ haunting foundation – the doom-death trinity of Thergothon, Unholy, and Winter – into something qualitatively their own. And indeed, across the five-song/45-minute Pax Moriendi, the listener is taken down into sewers a mile deep (or more), tweaking that immortal doom-death schematic into something righteously foul and filthy but still well within the range of melancholic human experience. Crushing-yet-ethereal chords reverberate through the forlorn night, and ever deeper into one’s worst corners of their subconscious; the attack is slow yet insistent early on, with the foulness and filth flung liberally, to either alienate part-timers or beckon the most intrepid of souls. Then, as the album plays on, Pax Moriendi reveals a wounded sort of slo-mo melody, a blanching vulnerability, shedding its layers of metaphysical/spiritual garbage for the laid-bare/laid-to-rest epiphany of climactic closer “You Will Never See Sun Light.”
No, indeed you won’t when faced with the enormity of Antichrist‘s Pax Moriendi. Here is your funeral: welcome the end. Walk forth to the commencement of that funeral with the new track “In the Dark and Mournful Corner of Memory” at Iron Bonehead‘s Soundcloud. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:
Tracklisting for Antichrist (Peru)’s Pax Moriendi
1. Forgotten in Nameless Suffering
3. In the Dark and Mournful Corner of Memory
4. Screams and Lamentations Drowned in the Empty of Silence
5. You Will Never See Sun Light