August 18, 2017

Korpiklaani - Masters of Rock - Promo

Korpiklaani Release Live Clip Of “Kultanainen”

Korpiklaani will issue their first live Blu-ray/DVD and CD release on August 25 with Live at Masters of Rock. True to its title, the package features their show from the Masters of Rock Festival in the Czech Republic during the summer of 2016; however, it also includes a a second full show from 2014. The band has now released a

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The Haunted Release Music Video For “Preachers Of Death”

Swedish thrashers The Haunted will release their new, ninth studio album, Strength in Numbers, next week on Century Media Records. The album was recorded at Parlour Studios in the United Kingdom with producer Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, The Exploited). In anticipation for its release, they have released a music video for “Preachers of Death.” According to the band:

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Sorrowset - Cover

Sorrowset: “All Ends, Begin With Ease” Album Review

Utah’s Sorrowset have a new coming record out, entitled All Ends, Begin With Ease. At times it is very reminiscent of At the Drive-In with staccato rhythms and disjointed beats accompanied by screamed angst-y lyrics. While there isn’t any real new ground being broken here, it does stand together as a cohesive piece of music, as a whole, and I will

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Ensiferum - Promo - 2017

Ensiferum Release Video For “Way Of The Warrior”

Finland’s Ensiferum are known for pushing the limits with their brand of folk-inspired death metal, and Two Paths, their seventh release, promises to continue defying the status quo. Produced by Anssi Kippo, the master was recorded on tape, for a true analog experience. The band have released a video for the second single from the album, “Way of the Warrior.

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Midnight - Promo - 2017

Midnight Release First Track From “Sweet Death And Ecstasy”

Midnight blipped on the radar for many in the metal community with the release of 2014’s No Mercy for Mayhem, but the legacy of these Ohioans is far greater than one album. Formed in 2003 and led by the mysterious Athenar, they have been and continue to be undeniably underground. Few things, if any, are taboo, as the cover of

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