Russian metalcore outfit Forget My Silence has released a new music video for the title track off their upcoming record, Fall To Rise. The new single produced by Cameron Mizell (Sleeping With Sirens, Memphis May Fire) brings out melodic but powerful riffs and shines on a mix of soulful yet heavy vocals.
"'Fall To Rise' is the main song from the album. The title holds the history of my life and our band. We are all working on ourselves to get better at what we do. Not always was everything perfect, we faced many fails and hard times, but they only made us stronger and actually made us better. 'Fall To Rise' is story of how people who step over, will fall against those who have already fell before and learned their mistakes, and by their turn they will rise again, only stronger, and they all keep the circle of falling and rising going. This song will be kind of the beginning of new chapters in our story." - Vocalist, Roma Sadygov
Forget My Silence is a post-hardcore/metalcore band from Saint-Petersburg, Russia formed in august 2011 by vocalist Roma Sadygov. Shortly after, the band released their first music video for the single "This is only the beginning," which has since reached nearly five million views on YouTube. In November 2013, they released their debut EP Lifeline and toured around Russia, gaining a passionate following of fans before releasing the the single “Not Perfect” in 2014. The following year the band released “Virtual Privacy” (produced by Cameron Mizell) from their upcoming debut full-length Fall to Rise.
"This album is a half-way stop between our early 'metal' stuff and more nu-metal sound we've dug into recently,” says guitarist Elia Solonnikov. “Simple, but powerful riffs, some harsh vocals, more soulful lyrics than Roma has ever written. If you liked Forget My Silence before, you won't be disappointed.”
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Old school melodic death metal band from St. Petersburg, Russia, Reclaim The Future to release its debut album “The Last Quiet Day” on May, 26 through Musica Productions.
First single “Lifestyle” listen in Youtube clip: https://youtu.be/FXnsFKskML
Russian black metallers Khashm have premiereed the new track "Obsidian Keys" at Decibel magazine's website. The track hails from the band's highly anticipated fourth album, Asmodeus Rising, set for international release on May 26th via Iron Bonehead Productions on vinyl LP format with bonus 7" EP. Hear Khashm's "Obsidian Keys" in its entirety exclusively HERE.
One of black metal's best-kept secrets, Khashm belong to the inner circle of Russia's True Ingrian Black Metal Death. As such, the sound they've patiently crafted for nearly a decade bears a tangibly gnarly physicality contrasted by an almost-levitational aspect: truly, an alchemical melding of aggression and atmosphere.
Asmodeus Rising is arguably Khashm's most complete and engrossing work yet. At five songs on the main LP and a bonus 7" featuring two new bonus tracks, the near-50 minutes comprising Asmodeus Rising exhibit a haunting spirit that's at once wholly modern and authentically ancient. Traces of the most orthodox black metal both past and present are taken and twisted into garish 'n' grimy shapes, and often buttressed by medieval organ. The production is full and filthy, never sacrificing the sanguine in its search for cobwebbed clarity. Khashm even exhibit the sonic nous to tackle fully fledged dark ambient for the main LP's climactic, catacombed end. Asmodeus Rising, indeed...
Continue to rise with the track "Obsidian Keys" exclusively HERE, courtesy of Decibel, North America's only monthly metal magazine. Begin that rise with the track "The Hidden One" at Iron Bonehead's Soundcloud HERE.
Russian Symphonic Power Metallers Narwhal Tuskwill release its new EP “My Absolution” on May, 26 via Musica Production. Finally new music of the band will be out on CD seven years after magnificent debut “In Despair” (now sold out).
Four unreleased earlier songs and four their versions will be included in CD. Also band will present re-arranged and re-recorded version of opening track “Waltz (As Autumn Falls)” from “In Despair”.
All tracks from this EP were recorded, mixed and mastered by leader of the band Dmitrii 'Returns' from 2015 to 2017.
Valentine Yastremskaya — Lead Vocals
Dmitry Returns – Keyboards, Vocals
Ivan Monoroh – Guitars
Dandur Oak – Bass
Dmitry Cherchesov – Drums
Today two lyric videos for songs from upcoming EP, "Making Monsters” and "Holding You Deep Inside” have been revealed:-.
Russian death metal titans Aborted Fetus have released the official video for "Blinded by the Flame," a track from forthcoming album The Art of Violent Torture. Check out the video at https://youtu.be/pN8YzHgLiPY
Aborted Fetus return with their signature style of Ural Massive Brutality on The Art of Violent Torture. The album will be released April 28 on Comatose Music. Pre-order it at this location.
Seething with unforgiving rage and endless punishment, Aborted Fetus ascend to a new level of carnage and chaos like never before. The Art of Violent Torture is a pummelling odyssey into medieval suffering and results in a barbaric plague of hellish death metal. Not for the feeble! Mixed and mastered by Alexander at TsunTsun Productions.
Up-and-coming extreme metal label The Artisan Era is proud to announce the signing of Dark Matter Secret, a talented instrumental progressive death metal project started by guitarist and composer Denis Shvarts and fretless bassist Pavel Semin. Previously, the group released a challenging two song demo in 2015 called Xenoform that rightly drew attention and praise their way. Dark Matter Secret will be releasing their debut album this June, with more news regarding the album to be announced in the coming weeks.
"We are ecstatic to announce the signing of Dark Matter Secret. Hailing from Russia, the instrumental trio (with members of Arkona and Irreversible Mechanism) bring forth something fresh to the table with their truly progressive death metal sound. Be on the lookout for their debut album this summer!"
Originating from Moscow Russia, Pokerface were formed in 2013. Following line-up changes the band overcame the obstacles of establishing themselves in the female fronted metal scene and are now releasing their 3rd studio album “Game On” this March 2017. With a unique style reminiscent of bands like Arch Enemy and Kreator the band has shared the stage with the likes of Slayer, Testament and Sodom amongst many others. Their music is characterised by heavy riffs and a combination of clean and brutal vocals.
"Game On” is not your ordinary album; It consists of 10 tracks in line with the core theme of ‘chance’.
The album provides an insight into how we deal with opportunities and how we face our inner fears. It is inspired by the concept of self development and that the easiest choice is not always the right choice.
The hero of the album does not ‘break’ in light of social pressure and chooses the high road , the path less taken. Now trapped in a whirlpool of greed, fear and betrayal his problems surface as monsters which pursue him into the depths of his subconscious. He plays with fire and the demons inside him lead him to the loss of everything he has earned throughout his life. Trapped in a labyrinth with no beginning and no exit the realisation that our very own person is the route to salvation does not come as a surprise. The album communicates to the listener that until we remember who we really are our demons will haunt us until we take control of our own destiny and live as autonomous individuals.
Alexandra “LadyOwl” Orlova / Vocal
Alina “Xen Ritter” Kuzmina / Guitar
Oles “Doctor” Pisarenko / Drums
Dmitry “Ded Moroz” Morozov / Bass
Moscow's Melodic Power Metal Band No. 1, Arida Vortex, signs a contract with IceWarrior Records.
The band around Mastermind Roman Guryev (Guitars) will release a completely new studio album as well as the last album "Wild Beast Show" as a strictly limited IceWarrior edition.
Arida Vortex - Lineup 2017 (f.l.t.r.)
- Vadim Sergeyev - Drums
- Pavel Zhdanovich - Guitars
- Roman Guryev - Guitars
- Andrew Lobashyov - Vocals
- Alexander Fedonin -Bass
Here the link to their video "Reborn", from the album "Insisive Tension" (2011):
Emerald Mind plays a unique mixture of power and progressive metal with one of the most professional female vocalists on the Russian metal scene Svetlana Vysotskaya.
The band released a new video for the song “Astronaut In Her Space” from their second album “Civilization”. This song draws parallels between the depths of the universe and a human mind. One person explores the other one like a spaceship, drifting among the space. Anyway even if you are far from philosophy you can just enjoy powerful riffs, catchy melodies and exceptional vocal of beautiful Svetlana!
Belarusian Symphonic black metallers Nightside Glance have signed a deal with Musica Production. Their second masterpiece “Gray Haven” will be released on December, 9.
The album was recorded in Monroe Sound Studio, Poland (Vesania, Masachist). Dialogues and female vocals for track “Daydream Lullaby” was recorded in GFI Studios, USA. Bass was recorded by Artem Serdyuk (Thy Disease, Disloyal).
“Gray Haven” is a conceptual album about mental hospital Gray Haven. The main character is a psychiatrist, whom falls into a different reality. He's trying to understand and finding answers about his mental condition. Then he became the prisoner of his own hospital.
Nightside Glance was founded in Minsk in 2003. “Gray Haven” is the second album from the band. Debut album “Edge Of Time” was released via the biggest Russian metal label Irond Records.
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