Some album news for you on this Friday afternoon :)
Anaal Nathrakh have announced a new album entitled, The Whole of the Law. Due out October 28th via Metal Blade Records,The Whole of the Law marries all of the two-piece’s trademark ferocity and against-all-reason-catchiness with a reinvigorated sense of focus and insane hatred. For a first preview of the album, the new single, “Depravity Favours the Bold”, can be seen below:
Swedish black-metal trio Astrophobos have just shared a second new song from their forthcoming EP, Enthroned In Flesh, due out on August 26th via Triumvirate Records. Precisely, the title track has premiered via No Clean Singing, who commented that:
“this new song is a flame-throwing black metal blitzkrieg from the first instant, produced in a way that gives the music clarity without sacrificing power or savagery.
You can check out the title track below:
London 5-piece metallers Exist Immortal have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Follow Alone’, to be taken from their brand new album Breathe, out October 28th. The track is taken from their newly announced second album, Breathe. The follow up to their debut 2014 release Darkness Of An Age, its eleven tracks are prime examples of genre-spanning, hook-laden melodic metal, which are both unique and imaginative in their approach and execution.
Austin, TX songwriter Quin Galavis has premiered a new track from his forthcoming epic double album, My Life in Steel and Concrete today via Tiny Mix Tapes. For this recording Quin obtained the services of numerous well respected musicians including Thor Harris (Swans, Shearwater, Nazi Gold, Thor and Friends, etc.) and Sabrina Ellis (A Giant Dog), and too many others to name here. It was engineered by Ian Rundell (multiple albums by Spray Paint among others), and it was mastered by Seth Gibbs. The cathartic song “Hand of Light” is available to hear below: