Mixing death metal with some passionate grooves, A Trust Unclean are excited to show their new video/single for the track ‘Exonerate‘,which comes from their highly anticipated new EP ‘Parturition‘. Check out the track below!
Showing off a more eerie side of their destructive hardcore sound, Code Orange have unveiled their official music video for “Bleeding In The Blur”. Have a view of the creation below!
If you wanted to hear some death metal early, then Calgary, Alberta based band Divinity will be unleashing their new album “The Immortalist” on May 26th. Thanks to the guys at Metal Injection, you can listen to the album early HERE.
Ready to come back to our mainland and destroy everything, Australian deathcore titans Thy Art Is Murder have announced a UK Tour for this October featuring After The Burial, Oceano and Justice For The Damned. You can view the dates as well as the headliner below!
3rd October – Cardiff – Cardiff Uni
4th October – Leeds – Key Club
5th October – Glasgow – Garage
6th October – Manchester – Club Academy
7th October – Birmingham – O2 Academy 2
8th October – London – The Electric Ballroom
9th October – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
In a few days, Swedish Epic Doom Metallers Below will release their new album ‘Upon A Pale Horse‘ worldwide via Metal Blade Records!
Listen below to their final single released ‘Hours Of Darkness‘ below!
Being a main staple of Germany’s death metal scene, Dawn Of Disease have unveiled the first details about their upcoming and fourth studio album. The name of the record is known as ‘Ascension Gate‘ and the release date is set to be August 11st 2017 with Napalm Records! You can listen to the band below!
Blending the genres of groove metal and death metal, UK upcomers A Trust Unclean have a new single streaming from their highly anticipated new EP ‘Parturition‘ which is set for a June 2nd release. You can check out ‘Dominion Over Bone‘ by clicking the link HERE.
With the announced move that Oceano would be now joining the Sumerian Records label, the collective deathcore world jumped out of their chairs in excitement due to what would become of the group. Now the band are releasing their fifth studio record titled ‘Revelation’, its time to see what has become of the deathcore veterans.
The album opens up with an immediate punch to the groin with ‘Dark Prophecy’ giving you that classic sound you’ve heard from the band, right down to the sudden slowing down of the track and the low groans of Adam Warren being a great way to show you that they aren’t slowing down any time soon. ‘Lucid Reality’ picks up the pace even more with a more groove-laden track and utilising a lot more of the atmospheric and eerie cleans to provide much more depth of field for the track when you’re listening to it. That doesn’t mean the band don’t shy away from aggressive chugs and the blast beats as are very evident in the track. The following track unfortunately have the same gravitas as the previous tracks and whilst there are moments of notable quality, ‘Path To Extinction’ feels very basic in its approach compared to what you’ve heard previous. It will no doubt bring something to the live shows but feels out of place on the record where it is positioned. Comparing that to ‘The Great Tribulation’ which seems to involve a lot more of an all around influence and push themselves a lot more in speed and technicality, the band put the previous track to shame with its ability to go balls to the wall.
The record progresses a bit further when you get to tracks such as ‘Illusions Unravel’ and ‘The Event’ which showcase even more of the bands talent within the field. The downside of this project is that they’ve hit a certain box within the album where certain elements carry over from track to track and can make the record feel a bit monotonous in its approach. Whilst the instrumentation and brutality in its structure help exemplify the greater qualities of the band, the band heighten a lot of their approach on the same moments that ‘Ascendents’ did, making it feel like a spiritual successor and not its own beast. ‘Final Form’ is a great example of their musical quality in the guitars which stray from convention to give you something a bit more melodic in its wake. The groovier elements make more of a mark in the track ‘Majestic 12’ as well as the album closer, as well as the title track ‘Revelation’ that give the record some sort of new life, but as the album draws to its close it leaves you with a mixture of emotions to take home with you.
The new move will do wonders for the bands career, but as a standalone album that the fans have been waiting for it wont feel like its own unique beast of a record. Whilst it is most definitely a step up from their previous record, the band are still stuck in a place they need to find a little bit more freedom in and expand upon.
Toronto death metal duo Deity has been a long time coming and with their inspirations being bands such asSuffocation, Emperor, Death, Slayer and Immortal as well as describing their music as ‘relentless, powerful, intriguing, honest and revitalizing’, it can be safe to their that theirself-titled album due out June 2, 2017 will be very special.
Their newest single “Sacrificium” can be heard at http://www.nocleansinging.com/2017/05/04/an-ncs-premiere-deity-sacrificium/
With The Lurking Fear continuing to work on their debut album with it expected to be released in the late summer, the group have now launched a video teaser which contains first music samples for their upcoming 7” EP.
Check it out below!