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Category Archives: New Music

Veil of Maya’s new “Whistleblower” video will give you night terrors

Posted by on October 20, 2017

Today (20th), Veil of Maya’s brand new album False Idol has finally arrived via Sumerian Records and we already consider this as one of our New & Noteworthy for this week. The band are currently streaming the album for free. Therefore, there’s no excuse to ignore this album. Additionally, the band also decided to premiere a creepy and […]

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Foo Fighters streaming new song “Soldier”

Posted by on October 20, 2017

Foo Fighters recently released their ninth studio album Concrete and Gold last month, which consists of eleven new tracks Today (20), the group unveiled another new song, “Soldier,” which is part of the 7-Inches For Planned Parenthood compilation album, which is available to order here. The collection features an assortment of artists and comedians including […]

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GWAR premiere “I’ll Be Your Monster” video via Howard Stern

Posted by on October 19, 2017

It’s pretty amazing that GWAR have been able to infiltrate mainstream media like they have. From winning AV Club Undercover’s contest three years in a row to making it on to Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night show and  Dan Patrick’s show, enough non-metal people know who the band are now. Perhaps that’s why they’ve been embraced by the […]

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Video Premiere: Serenity “United”

Posted by on October 19, 2017

Serenity are gearing up to release their upcoming album Lionheart next Friday (27th) via Napalm Records. To celebrate its arrival, these Austrian symphonic metal giants unleashed a brand new video for the song “United.” This fresh track holds a lot of energy that showcases their signature style, mixing power metal and symphonic beats. We are happy […]

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Amberian Dawn says “I’m The One” in new video

Posted by on October 17, 2017

Finnish symphonic metallers Amberian Dawn are always working on their next project. Since their debut album 2008’s River of Tuoni, the group has released a new record roughly every 1-2 years. Most likely, this has everything to do with mastermind Tuomas Seppälä, who is constantly writing new material. It’s been two years since 2015’s Innuendo, […]

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