Category Archives: Premieres

Video Premiere: Witch Casket “Punishment”

Posted by on October 8, 2018

On October 15th, Southern California blackened death metallers Witch Casket’s sophomore EP Punishment is scheduled to arrive, which is roughly six months after the release of their debut EP, Hatred Index. Today (8th), the group took an inventive risk by illustrating what it would look like if a death metal band was featured on a […]

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Video Premiere: The Silencer “Die Trying”

Posted by on October 4, 2018

We caught up with New York melodic death metallers The Silencer over the summer asking them what their favorite albums of 2018 were thus far. During that time, the group premiered their heavy single “Within” and today (4th), the band went back to their roots with the new song “Die Trying.” Mastermind Charlie Corletta (ex-Julius […]

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Album Premiere: Fuzz Evil, ‘High on You’

Posted by on September 12, 2018

This Friday (14th), Sierra Vista, AZ stoner rockers Fuzz Evil’s sophomore album High on You will arrive. The follow-up to 2016’s self-titled record was recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio in Los Angeles and was produced/engineered by Paul Fig (Alice In Chains, Ghost). The band was formed back in 2014 and have been blasting a raw […]

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Video Premiere: Visitors takes us to “Apoplexia”

Posted by on July 3, 2018

On July 13th, Salt Lake City progressive rockers Visitors’ debut album Crest will arrive. The full-length record is a continuation from their EP Vortices, a Foreword (2017).  Today (3rd), we are lucky to premiere their new song “Apoplexia,” which shows their different levels of musical experimentations. Frontman Ian Cooperstein commented on the track, stating: “Musically, […]

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Exclusive premiere: Sepultura, “Orgasmatron” live in Barcelona 1991

Posted by on June 7, 2018

On June 15th, Rhino Records will release an expanded edition of Sepultura’s fourth album, Arise. While the Brazilian thrash titans had been around since 1984, their second release for Roadrunner Records was the one that broke through in America, perhaps due to the classic “Dead Embryonic Cells.” And while a remastered version of that album alone […]

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