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Category Archives: New Music

Unleash The Archers announce new album ‘Abyss’

Posted by on June 4, 2020

  Canadian melodic power metallers Unleash The Archers have announced their new album, Abyss is scheduled to arrive on August 21st via Napalm Records. Their overall fifth full-length effort is a celestial, conceptual follow-up to 2017’s Apexis, and promised to be their strongest album to date. You can hear this in the teaser of the title […]

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Ensiferum unveil fan-fueled video for “Rum, Women, Victory”

Posted by on June 3, 2020

  Ensiferum recently asked their fans to submit a clip of themselves singing to the chorus of the song, “Rum, Women, Victory.” Today (3rd), these Finnish folk metallers have unleashed the video for the catchy new single, which features several fans headbanging, drinking, and dancing with their pets throughout the clip. The track is taken […]

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Devin Townsend shares improvisation album

Posted by on June 1, 2020

  Devin Townsend is a kind soul who has shared more new music with the world. The frontman decided to share an improvisation album consisting of “chill guitar noodling” that he originally used has backing music to his podcast, which he will be continuing. Devin initially took two weeks off after feeling the urge and inspiration to […]

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Ghostemane side-project releases new black metal EP

Posted by on May 29, 2020

  Metal-influenced rapper Ghostemane has released another black metal EP. His side project Baader-Meinhof released its self-titled three-song EP on Soundcloud May 22 through his Blackmage label. The music on ‘Baader-Meinhoff’ is eclectic and unsettling, jumping from finger-picked acoustic guitar to craggly dark noise and guttural vocals within the span of one four-minute song. Revolver […]

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Soilwork deliver “Death Diviner” from “The Feverish Trinity”

Posted by on May 29, 2020

  Soilwork have concluded their 5 month project titled The Feverish Trinity with their latest tune “Death Diviner.” Each track from the EP was accompanied by a music video in order to “celebrate the Babylonian Death Goddesses that once made the world a more Feverish and exciting place.” “Feverish” was the first track to kick off […]

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