Heavy metal veterans Darkest Hour will commence 2021 with an audio and video release of their epic online performance from last September. Titled Live In Lockdown - The Complete Collection, this set will be available as a digital download in audio and video formats.
On January 29th, Tribulation will release their new album, Where the Gloom Becomes Sound, via Metal Blade Records (in North America) // Century Media Records (worldwide excluding North America). For a preview of the record, a video for the new single “Funeral Pyre” (written and directed by Claudio Marino / Artax Film) has been released.
After a headlong dive into the aesthetics of classic 80s horror movies with the clip for “As I Lie Awake,” WITHERFALL is further exploring their nightmarish journey with the NSFW video for “The Other Side of Fear,” which was directed by Cig Neutron and KasL.
On March 12, The Crown will release their new album, Royal Destroyer, via Metal Blade Records. For a first preview of Royal Destroyer, a video for the new single, “Motordeath” (directed and edited by Christoffer Tönnäng) has been released.
Swedish power trio MONOLORD returns with the two track single “I’m Staying Home.” Recorded during the No Comfort album sessions, “I’m Staying Home” sees the band harnessing the power of the riff once again with their trademark take on crushing sludge rock and doom!
Emerging from the Finnish coastal town of Kotka, melodic death/doom metal strikers MARIANAS REST will unleash their third studio album, Fata Morgana, on March 12, 2021 via Napalm Records. In anticipation, they have just unveiled the first single from the album, entitled “Glow From The Edge,” along with a moving official video.
Conjuring images of retro sci-fi horror, the video for the sultry, doom metal-inspired track, entitled “Not Of This Earth,” complements the words of the song’s extra-terrestrial crooner. Hungry for blood to revitalize his dying planet—he’s not of this earth!
Today they reveal new single and video “Divisionary.” “It’s a song about our relationship to technology,” vocalist/guitarist Jesse Cash explains. “The song is pretty on the nose and intentionally a bit tongue-in-cheek. It creates a sort of campy parallel between our phones and religion.
Austrian symphonic power metal heroes DRAGONY are about to release their epic new full-length, Viribus Unitis, this Friday, January 15 via Napalm Records, and today, unveil their third single, “Legends Never Die.”
Of Mice & Men is back with a brand new song and video. The band is also pleased to announce that it has signed with SharpTone Records. Of Mice & Men has shared the track “Obsolete.” The video is fully animated and is inspired by the cover artwork that was drawn by iconic artist Derek Hess.