You can tell the holidays are over when the mailbox is so full that you’re drafting these things 3-4 days in advance…
Terrortory – “Pestiferous Haven”
Another track from the recently-reviewed The Northern Conspiracy, Volume 2, released by Discouraged Records.
From Inside – “Be Yourself”
The band says:
‘Be Yourself’ was born out of the frustration of empathy. As a band and as people, we’ve experienced our fair share of problems that life throws at you. Sadly, you’ll notice that the people who claim that they are there for you never are when you need them most and all that pain & anger you feel goes completely unnoticed; so long as life is peachy in their eyes then nothing else matters. That’s exactly it.
You need to focus on your own wellbeing in the end and don’t let anyone live your life for you. You need to bury all that negativity, drag yourself up out of the dirt and realize you need to “Be yourself, but for no one else”. A good mantra for living your life I guess. Obviously we are all metalheads here so we don’t need to worry about not “being ourselves” as that way of life is written in our blood, but it’s nice to be reminded and to have a catchy as balls song to remind you of that fact.
Brace yourself… for The New Era on Friday, January 13th.
Eyes Wide Shot – “Waiting in Vain”
Eyes Wide Shot just released their a video, “Waiting in Vain”, taken from their latest album Back From Hell.
Enime – “Selling Fear”
Influenced by 80’s thrash giants like Exodus, Anthrax and Metallica plus later-day heroes like Killswitch Engage, Enime’s music is ‘heavy articulate, clean, thrashy, and also melodic.’ Enime are a band not afraid to gaze into the abyss and to take musical and lyrical inspiration from it. But no inspirations from mythical gods and monsters, rather Enime are inspired by the world around us.
Unleashing their debut album Demon Inside during July 2016, the Montreal based metallers have just released their new lyric video “Selling Fear”, a track off the release about how the government and media use fear as a scare tactic to keep the general population in check.