A quick roundup of new and forthcoming releases…
Russian symphonic metal band Harvest Time (Russian – “Время Жатвы”) have released their new album Чтобы взошло завтра солнце. The album was recorded/mixed and mastered at Redhorse Studio by Valentin Suldin.
Harvest Time was formed in 2011 in Moscow by Nikolay Temnoyarov (keyboards/guitar), Maria Guseva (vocals) and Vitaliy Belov (lyrics). In 2012 the band released their first self-titled album, and the second album Час мародёра was released in 2015.
American symphonic gothic metal band Black Vatican have released their debut album The Black Vatican. The album was recorded at Vatican Vault Studio and mixed/mastered by Erick Ramos.
Black Vatican was formed in 2014 at Kansas City, USA by Erick Ramos (singer/bassist). After several auditions Cole Roberts (guitar) and Isaac Byrd (drums) joined the band, and the lineup was completed.
Introducing alternative rock quartet Oxbloods who will release their debut EP Collisions on the 20th April 2018. For fans of Young Guns, Don Broco and Paramore, OXBLOODS have gone in head first with writing this debut EP.
From a songwriting perspective, each track is crafted perfectly with their pure energy and emotion; something the band really wanted to achieve when writing and producing their music. States Matt Lunn, Oxbloods’s guitarist:
I’ve always wanted to be in a band from being 11, the concept of writing music and playing it with my friends excites me more than anything.
With a moniker taken from a vaporising device featured in the 1970’s sci-fi novel A Whirlpool Of Stars, UK punk-rock trio Tonota 80 transmit news that their new album Killer Sands And Beating Hearts will be released via UK/US label Engineer Records on 23rd March 2018.
Check out the “Could Do Better” video single below.