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Category Archives: Premieres

Video premiere: Megaherz get political with “Komet”

Posted by on January 12, 2018

When you think of German metal, the riffy hard rock of Scorpions or the power metal of Helloween might come to mind. However, to many, the theatrical industrial of Rammstein and KMFDM best personifies the country’s brand of heaviness. Munich’s Megaherz have been spreading their brand of metal for 25 years now, and have built […]

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Video premiere: Pirate metallers Rumahoy are having a “Forest Party”

Posted by on January 12, 2018

There’s no genre of metal that’s more fun than pirate metal. Songs of mead, plank-walking and parrots lend themselves to fun as elements of power metal and pagan themes commingle. With their debut album, The Triumph of Piracy, coming out on 2/9, North Carolina’s Rumahoy is here to step things up a notch. Need proof? While, […]

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Video premiere: Nemesea’s new vocalist wants you to “Hear Me”

Posted by on December 8, 2017

While metal never goes out of style anywhere, certain genres seem to flourish in Europe. Symphonic metal in particular has never been more popular than it is now, with bands like Epica, Nightwish and Amaranthe, to name a few, proudly waving the flag for melodic heavy metal. Nemesea, a dutch band, have been around for […]

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Video premiere: Sharp Tongue are “DEILD” in

Posted by on November 10, 2017

If you’re a Bay Area metalcore fan, then you’ve undoubtedly heard of Sharp Tongue before. The Santa Rosa band have been around since they formed in high school in 2008, and their debut EP, Petrichor, dropped in September. The band’s early 2000’s metalcore influences shine through on “DEILD,” which we’re premiering the video for today. We […]

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Song Premiere: Stalker prepare you for “Total Annihilation”

Posted by on September 28, 2017

If you’re calling a song “Total Annihilation,” you damn well better deliver. Thankfully, Stalker does that and more. The New Zealand thrash band released their first their first demo, Satanic Panic, last year. However, you could be forgiven if you thought it came out on the heels of Hell Awaits-era Slayer. Its loud, fast, heavy and unrelenting, with […]

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