Category Archives: New Music

The Ghost Inside to release next album in November

Posted by on September 16, 2014

Los Angeles’ The Ghost Inside will be releasing their fourth album, Dear Youth, on November 17 on Epitaph. The band, who played the Warped Tour all Summer, will be touring starting in November with label-mates Every Time I Die. Dear Youth is a concept album, which is explained in the below note from frontman Jonathan Vigil […]

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Black Crown Initiate offer ‘Withering Waves’

Posted by on September 16, 2014

About a month ago, we brought you “Great Mistake,” the first track from Pennsylvania quintet Black Crown Initiate’s debut full-length, The Wreckage of Stars. Since popping up last year with the four-track Song of the Crippled Bull EP, then joining the Metal Alliance tour having played less live shows than you have fingers, the band then got off […]

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Project 86 get into the “Spirit of Shiloh”

Posted by on September 16, 2014

Project 86 took to crowdfunding again in February, hoping to raise $50,000 to record an album and acoustic EP. The band ended up raising nearly $90,000 and just recently posted a song from the album for streaming. The song, “Spirit of Shiloh,” comes from the album Knives to the Future, their ninth studio album. The band explained the […]

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New & Noteworthy, September 16th – Rabid

Posted by on September 16, 2014

After last week’s short release list, we get a veritable swarm of new albums today. No time for synopsis – let’s just dive in!   Cannibal Corpse, A Skeletal Domain (Metal Blade) On album number thirteen, Cannibal Corpse is still delivering the most gruesome, gore-spattered death metal this side of an autopsy table. However, it’s the […]

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Dissident Aggression – Pallbearer Build Upon Foundations

Posted by on September 12, 2014

You can always tell when a sub-genre of metal is growing in popularity. The pretenders and bandwagon riders start to come out in full force. We saw it with thrash, death metal, black metal, etc. You name it there have been instances when a genre’s rise in popularity is proportionately tied to the sheer volume […]

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