Sludge metal band Nula have teamed up with Metal Underground to stream the video for their song "Silazak u Prah." The track is taken from their EP Kenoma, which was recently released via Black Bow Records.
Stream the video here: http://www.metalunderground.com/news/details.cfm?newsid=135570
Order Kenoma here: https://nulaserbia.bandcamp.com/album/
Serbian metal band Nula was first conceived in late 2013. Shortly after forming, the band started performing gigs in local Belgrade clubs which resulted in positive feedback and encouraged the band to continue writing new material. The band released a demo tape via Grim Reaper Records in 2015 and then followed it up with extensive touring around Serbia including an appearance at Arsenal Fest. In 2017, the band signed with British label Black Bow Records..
Miloš Milošević - Vocals
Milan Vićić - Guitars
Strahinja Knežević - Guitars
Marko Mijajlović - Bass
Milan Sarić - Drums
Furious Argentine Groove / Thrash unit Granada will be releasing their latest full length "Sincronizado" via Symbol of Domination Prod.
Metal Underground exclusively streamed the music video of the title track of the album, which can be found at this location
Granada was formed in the year 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Founded by Guillermo Estévez (vocals and guitar), the band´s debut show was in 2010 with Black Dahlia Murder (USA), and continued with a series of shows in every possible venue in Buenos Aires and the rest of Argentina. With 03 full lengths and one EP, the band has crossed the border by touring the neighbouring countries and achieving huge admiration from the audiences of all over the world.
Granada achieve their own sound with their 4th album "Sincronizado", recorded at "El Pie Recording Studio" and Chulengo, produced by Guillermo Estévez. The album will be released by Symbol of Domination Prod., and will be distributed by Icarus Records (Argentina) and Blacktape Unorthodox Records (Argentina)
Testimony from the band about the video:
"Taxidermy is the preserving of an animal's body via stuffing or mounting for the purpose of display or study. In the official video, we shot a real Taxidermist working for us, trying to communicate that the process of recording and album or song, or even playing it live is similar to Taxidermy."
Italian Progressive / Metalcore band, Led By Vajra, have released their first official video from their forthcoming Sliptrick Records release ΨΥXN. It’s a monster track entitled 'White Dress' which features the bands duel female/male fronted vocals, their eclectic new wave metal-core sound and carries a serious social message within the lyrics. In the bands own words; “The video stands for the double identity of the women who get raped: they start to think they deserved what happened to them instead of feeling just like a victim.”
Video Footage by Dario Monaco and Giuseppe Nappo
Video Edited by Gabriele Quaranta
Video Post production by Alfonso Del Vecchio at “Visualize”
Track engineered, recorded and mastered by Gabriele Quaranta
Watch the video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pCoqMyLVcs&feature=youtu.be
ΨΥXN (Psychè) will be released later in the year via Sliptrick Records
Led By Vajra are:
Atena Fedele – Clean Vocals
Mariano Esposito – Raw Vocals
Walter Orlando – Guitar
Gabriele Quaranta – Guitar
Marco Cantiello – Drums
Luca Muneretto – Bass
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Carach Angren are premiering a stunning new video for the track "Charles Francis Coghlan" taken from their new album, 'Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten', which is hitting the stores today, 16th of June.
The horror clip of of cinematic quality is now streaming via the Season of Mist YouTube channel and may be freely spread at and from the link below.
Carach Angren comment: "After months of incredible hard work, we are extremely proud to present our official horror video for 'Charles Francis Coghlan'. Together with director Rick Jacops, we have relentlessly pushed all creative limits to transport the viewer into another terrifying dimension. Everything you see is real and produced as well as co-directed by us. Prepare to be obsessed and possessed!"
Produced by Carach Angren & Backstage Film Productions
Directed by Rick Jacops & Carach Angren
Actress: Amber Delahaye
Sound Design by Clemens Wijers Music Productions & Backstage Film Productions
Team: Brendan Gijzen, Stefan Wijers, Julien Wijers
Special thanks: Paul Kops, Ria Hendriks, Transportbedrijf Chris Wijers, Het Leukermeer, Merith Rooden
Serbian Gothic Doom Sextet The Father Of Serpents are just a a few days away from releasing their debut full length "Age Of Damnation" via Satanath Records (Russia) & United By Chaos (Finland)
Decibel Magazine Exclusively Streamed the Music Video of "Viral", the 10th and last track of the album, which can be found at this location
The Father Of Serpents is an entity consisted of six souls, entwined with admiration for doom metal. Formed in 2015, by the members of the renown bands from the Serbian scene (The Hell/Awaiting Fear, Tamerlan, Rain Delay, Consecration), their purpose was to leave their name within the musical path paved by the old masters like My Dying Bride, Saturnus, Paradise Lost and Moonspell. Father Of Serpents quickly got large amount of attention in Serbia and beyond. Band performed in Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania
First album "Age Of Damnation" contains about an hour of apocalyptic atmosphere, presented through the gentlest of acoustic passages, to the most brutal and vicious parts.
Testimony from the band:
"Viral was the last song we did before recording the album in the studio, just a few days before. It was almost done in 15 minutes and it went pretty natural and straightforward. We didn't have the time to overthought or analyse the song, so the energy of the moment when we were jamming the song is there. It is both groovy, catchy and dark"
Line - up:
Tamerlan - Vocals (growls/screams/narations)
Pavle Sovilj - Vocals (clean) & Violin
Igor Lončar - Guitars
Željko Zec - Guitars
Milan Šuput - Bass
Aleksandar Maksimović - Drums
Greek metal / rock band, Raw In Sect, have released a new and crazy music video for 'Therion'. The song is taken from the upcoming third album 'Kitro', to be out in September. The video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/GqwHHW76LTY
Filmed in London's Black Island studios by director Peter Lee Scott, the band says the video is mean to reflect the transformation into Therion, which is to "find inner power in a primitive way getting in touch with your instincts."
The song's unique blend of traditional Greek music with rock 'n' roll is, according to RAW IN SECT, meant to "redefine what aggressive/rock music is through a totally different approach than the one that has been known in the music scene.
"Really though, it's about doing something new and artistic instead of repeating the same old patterns of established bands in hopes of securing a career in a declining music industry. Changing the language of the lyrics in Greek, recording live, and not setting on the sound of previous records that was somewhat accepted, are among the risks we took willingly in order to express something new and reach wider audiences."
Raw In Sect is a Greek metal / rock act that has released two full length albums, “Red Flows” (2011) and “Blue Haze” (2014). Possessed by a diverse, surprising and totally unique sound as described by many, the quartet has done several tours performing all over Europe which has gained them a loyal fan base as well as recognition as one of the most deserving bands to rise from the underground.
When the “Red Flows” touring era ended, they went on to record “Blue Haze” and mixed it with nominated Grammy award producer Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Caspian, Pearl Jam). RAW IN SECT presented a 7 minute animation epic for the self titled song which was praised by fans and members of artistic communities. The release of Blue Haze was followed by a very long touring schedule which included over 150 concerts in venues and festivals almost in every corner of Europe.
2017 finds Raw In Sect preparing to release their new album “Kitro” among other activities. Having performed parts of it in various audiences, people speak of a band that is expected to shake and redefine the sound of the global metal/rock scene.
Irish doom trio The Crawling have released a new video, 'The Right To Crawl', and it's streaming in full right now at Overdrive! 'The Right To Crawl' is the second single from the album from the band’s debut album Anatomy Of Loss, which was released recently and is streaming in full at Metal Hammer, and whom also cited the band as "fast becoming rising stars of the ever-more pertinent doom scene".
Watch 'The Right To Crawl' Here! - http://www.overdrive.ie/crawling-right-crawl-world-premiere/
Vocalist & guitarist Andy Clarke says the song, "was initially on our EP In Light of Dark Days, and always goes down well live, so we opted to re-record it for Anatomy Of Loss. I'm so pleased we did as it fits in beautifully amongst the new tracks, and really benefits from the improved production. Lyrically, the track has always been a favourite of mine. It is a song about strength, and the choices people make when faced with adversary. Few things in life are easy, but on occasion we have to deal with things we would rather not. The easy option is the default 'roll over and submit,' but I have watched many people gather themselves up, and move on through the most desperate times; I admire that. 'The Right To Crawl' is from the perspective of one of those people, encouraging those that need to find that fortitude to survive."
Formed in the winter of 2014 against the bleak concrete backdrop of Lisburn city, Northern Ireland, The Crawling have came a long way since their humble beginnings. Influenced by Paradise Lost, Katatonia and Bolt Thrower, The Crawling use a guttural vocal to combine melancholy with weight, churning out a heavy, doom/death ensemble. January 2015 saw the debut single 'Choking On Concrete,' which put the band on the scene, followed in October 2015 by the critically acclaimed In Light of Dark Days 3 track EP. 2016 was a massive year for the band; most notably performing at Inferno Metal Festival in Norway, and Bloodstock Open Air in England. The festival appearances have been reinforced by successful headline shows at home, which culminated in a main stage slot at the highly respected Siege of Limerick festival in Southern Ireland.
Now with Anatomy Of Loss brought to the fore, an album featuring no less than seven tracks expressing desperation and defeat and artwork from Travis Smith (Anathema, Bloodbath, Death...) The Crawling strive to spread their brand of misery ever further.
North Wales Metalcore quintet Rosen Bridge are pleased to unveil their striking new video for single ‘Brand New’ here. Vocalist Antony Jones reveals of the track: “It is about appreciating what you have and being thankful for the people that support you. When you're in a negative spiral it's really hard to realise the little things that people may be doing to help you. Reflectively, it can make you feel better by being thankful and taking steps towards a positive mindset.” Shot at Manchester's Brunswick Mill studios with Matty Daley of Clearway Media, the visuals and energy change as the song gets heavier. The track is taken from their May sophomore release ‘Dreamcatcher’, available to stream here and for digital download via major platforms.
Rosen Bridge, completed by Eddie Edwards and Marcus Williams on Guitar, Rowan Jack on Drums and William Roberts on Bass duties, are named after a synonym for worm holes. As a somewhat tongue-in-cheek reference, they class themselves as ‘spiritually driven metal’, which ultimately boils down to wanting to spread a message of positivity, something often not found in heavy music. “Our music is heavily influenced by our experiences in battling mental health issues. We want to motivate people to talk to us and each other and share their own experiences. We want people to be inspired to move against their pain and be the best person that they can be. We have all had experiences with living through highs and lows and the music that has inspired us in these times is the music that motivates us to change for the better,” comments Jones.
Serving as the follow-up to debut ‘Entropy’, ‘Dreamcatcher’ saw the band set out with the aim of creating a record that would “make people feel great”. Laying down the release with John Mitchell at Outhouse Studios, the members slept in one van and commuted to the studio each day, ready to give it their all. The outcome is comparable to a blend of Issues, Volumes & Northlane, with the band explaining: “It tries to focus more on keeping a consistent groove, with the soulful vocal hooks from the first EP. It’s about overcoming obstacles and chasing what your goals are. Creating this record has essentially been a collective purge of emotions for us. It could have easily been a very dark record but the music & the experience of creating it with each other has been the positive driving force to help us find our feet and out of that negative space. We hope then that if it has achieved this for us, it can also be a catalyst of hope for other people.”
2: Hold On
3: Never Grow
4: Brand New
Rosen Bridge Confirmed Live Dates:
01/07: Theatr Clwyd, Mold
08/07: Beicfest, Vaynol, Bangor
05/08: ProgMetalMadness, New Cross Inn, London
Legendary Spanish death metal band Aposento premiere the new video "Partially Deceased Syndrome" at Legacy magazine's website. The track hails from the band's highly anticipated sophomore album, Bleed to Death, set for international release on Jun 12th via Xtreem Music. See (and hear) Aposento's "Partially Deceased Syndrome" video in its entirety exclusively HERE.
Like Aposento's previous album, Bleed to Death was again recorded in Haro, Spain at Rocklab Studios by Dan Díez. But this time, both the mix and mastering were done in Germany at Soundlodge Studios by Jörg Uken, who's previously worked with bands like Sinister, God Dethroned, Dew-Scented, and Suicidal Angels among others, delivering an all-around awesome production!
With a new line-up since their self-titled debut album released three years ago, where the vocalist and drummer changed, Aposento have improved by leaps and bounds in their sound, making it faster, technical, and more brutal, which will for sure surprise every listener.
See - and hear - for yourself with the new video "Partially Deceased Syndrome" exclusively HERE, courtesy of Legacy, Germany's premier extreme metal authority. "Portrait of a Killer," the first advance track from Bleed to Death, can also be heard HERE at Xtreem Music's official YouTube channel as well as the label's Soundcloud HERE.
Watch The New Music Video Exclusively on idobi Radio
Australian metalcore quartet The Weight Of Silence has released their new rap cover from Big Boi's (Outkast) single "Shutterbugg" with a new music video.
Vocalist, Jacob Pedersen commented on why the band choose this cover saying, "We've been quite influenced by hip-hop whilst writing the the new record and we decided that, a classic hip-hop cover would be the perfect bridge or transition into the newer sound we're writing. We're very excited about the release of "Shutterbugg" but, what's to come soon after is what we're most excited for."
While the band proves their love for hip-hop, they also claim a new shift in their modern metalcore sound, incorporating a range of styles from hip-hop to deathcore, which hints at a new direction for their upcoming sophomore release.
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