Melodic Death Metal

DEVILDRIVER announce new album and release first song with video

In conjunction with the announcement of the release details for their upcoming album “Dealing With Demons I”, US groove / melodic death metallers DEVILDRIVER unleashed the first song “Keep Away From Me”, alongside with a new lyric video. It was directed by Vicente Cordero and is a thought-provoking time capsule, that paints a picture of positivity at its end: […]

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WILDERUN release video for re-arranged version of Hope & Shadow

Boston based progmetal band WILDERUN got a lot of well deserved attention for their third album “Veil of Imagination”, an album as mesmerizing as its beautiful cover artwork by Adrian Cox. Now the band has recorded an alternate version of the song “Hope & Shadow”, which was originally on their second album “Sleep at the Edge of the Earth”, and published it together with a quarantine session video: […]

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New BODY COUNT video for “Point The Finger” feat. Riley Gale

A few weeks ago, BODY COUNT released their highly acclaimed new album Carnivore (review HERE). Normally they would be on tour over the next months, but as we all know this is not possible at the moment. So the band made a powerful video for “Point The Finger”, entirely shot with cell phones in home quarantine. It also features guest vocalist Riley Gale from popular Texan crossover thrash outfit Power Trip, and was produced & edited by Jay Rodriguez for Itchy House Films. […]

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ALESTORM releases new single and video Fannybaws

How about a very serious history lesson, proudly presented by the Scottish “Pirate Metal Drinking Crew” ALESTORM? They are back to show all the filthy landlubbers what they’re made of. In anticipation of their new album Curse of the Crystal Coconut, which is gonna be out on May 29 via Napalm Records, they just released a video for the new single Fannybaws. […]

Myth of I
2020 Albums

Album review: Myth of I – Myth of I 8.5 (Prog/Tech Death)

I have to admit that I wasn’t a big fan of pure instrumental albums for a long time, but last year I stumbled over some great representatives of this genre and something clicked. MYTH OF I’s self-titled debut album is the newest and very impressive addition in this wide field for me. The four band members (two guitar players, bassist and drummer) come up with outstanding musical skills, and they deliver progressive (tech-death) metal at its finest. […]