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Category Archives: New Music

Enslaved unveil new video, “Storm Son”

Posted by on August 11, 2017

Enslaved recently announced their new album E will be released on October 13th via Nuclear Blast. Their initial announcement revealed it will consist of an hour worth of material mixing between prog, extreme and shoegaze. Today (11), we get a taste of the said mix with the opening track, “Storm Son.” In the brand new […]

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Septicflesh unleash new song, “Enemy of Truth”

Posted by on August 10, 2017

Septicflesh’s anticipated tenth studio album, Codex Omega will arrive on September 1st via Prosthetic Records. These Greek symphonic death metal giants have already unveiled two new singles, “Dante’s Inferno” and “3rd Testament,” and today, thanks to Invisible Oranges, they unleashed a third new tune. In a new lyric video, “Enemy of Truth” brings us bold […]

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Listen to Queens of the Stone Age’s hellish new tune, “The Evil Has Landed”

Posted by on August 10, 2017

Queens of the Stone Age have unveiled a new song, “The Evil Has Landed.” Don’t let the title fool you, musically, there’s nothing evil about it but it’s one enjoyable tune. Clocking in at over 6 minutes, the song has a Zeppelin-like swagger, then toward the end transforms into something else entirely. The song is […]

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Video premiere: HVMM, “Beggars and Thieves”

Posted by on August 10, 2017

HVMM are a UK quartet consisting of three bearded dudes and dynamic female guitarist Ebony Clay. The band are about to release their latest EP, Talk To Me Like I’m Dead, which will be out on September 1st via ILA. Today, we’re proud to bring you the video premiere of “Beaggars and Thieves.” The video is […]

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The Oxford Coma get an Intronaut assist on new song

Posted by on August 9, 2017

Since  their formation in 2011, The Oxford Coma have cast a pretty unique sound, inspired both by metal and ’60s and ’70s prog rock. For their third proper full length, Everything Out of Tune, they’ve gotten some legendary Chicago names to help out. The album was recorded with Steve Albini, while the album’s first single, “Trauma (Maybe […]

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