Album News: Chariots Of The Gods, Vader, Autumn Ruin, Sonata Arctica

Some album news for you this fine Friday :)

Chariots Of The Gods

Ottawa, ON’s Chariots Of The Gods have posted a new trailer for their upcoming music video “Tusk” in support of their new album Ages Unsung due out on September 16th. After a small hiatus and line up change, the quintet return in 2016 full force ready to follow up their 2013 debut album ‘Tides of War’ that was produced by music legend Glen Robinson (Queensryche, Gwar, Annihilator). Creating a kickstarter / pre-order campaign (thank you video), COTG surpassed their goal of $3,000 and recorded Ages Unsung at The Grid with legendary Montreal producer Chris Donaldson (Cryptopsy, The Agonist, Beyond Creation, Neuraxis). You can view the trailer below:


Vader - EmpireThe longest living and most resilient tank of Poland’s death metal fleet has once again hoisted its flag – ready to overrun the world with its new triumphant procession. They recently fired a preliminary warning shot with the release of their Iron Times EP, and now Vader are building their own all conquering empire with new studio album The Empire –  out on 4th  November via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band has revealed the cover artwork of that new masterpiece.
This stunning visualisation was created by acclaimed artist Joe Petagno who has also created artwork for Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Motörhead, Marduk, Illdisposed and Sodom.

Autumn Ruin

Alternative/pop rockers Autumn Ruin are delighted to unveil their debut EP, out today via Square State Records. First premiered on Kerrang! (who have previously marked the band as Fresh Blood ones to watch), you can now listen to the EP below:

Sonata Arctica

Finnish power metal titans, SONATA ARCTICA, will unleash their new studio album, ‘The Ninth Hour’ on October 7th via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band have released the third trailer in support of this upcoming record which can be viewed below:

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