A quick roundup of upcoming / new releases…
Italian Death Metal force Hideous Divinity will release their fourth full-length album Simulacrum on November 8th via Century Media Records. The album will feature ten original songs delivered with jaw-dropping technical finesse, as well as two covers: Machine Head’s “Blood Of The Zodiac” and Mayhem’s classic “Cursed In Eternity”, as bonus tracks on the digipack CD (which will also be included in the LP edition). The impressive artwork was again created by Vladimir Chebakov who also did the cover for Hideous Divinity’’s last album Adveniens.
Smash Potater make their Horror Pain Gore Death Productions debut with the new album Suburban Legends! Hailing from Aurora Illinois, Smash Potater were spawned from the gutter back in 2010. Suburban Legends showcases 18 tracks of extreme crossover, metal and punk, featuring fastcore, thrash, grindcore and everything sprinkled in between. Smash Potater present the morbid tales of life in their festering abscess of a town located in the side of Chicago, complimented with a heavy dose of satire and flat out goofiness. For fans of Frightmare, Splatterhouse, Spazz, Birdflesh and Spazztic Blurr.
The album is available for pre-order on Bandcamp.
Russian doom/death metal artist Lenar Dellert has released his new album Секунда Бесконечного Молчания. The album was recorded in DellertRecs Studios and mixed/mastered by Oleg Ershov at Yorshoff Mix Studio.
Lenar Dellert lives in Kazan, Russia and has played music since he was 13 years old. His debut EP was released in 2016, and since then he has released 4 albums. In his albums he works with 3 vocalists – Alexey Lozhenkov, Ruslan Suslin and Diana Akhmadullina.
Boston’s Fathom Farewell are set to release their newest EP Consume the Earth. Featuring six tracks of high-energy and emotionally-driven modern hard rock/metal, the EP shows why Fathom Farewell are one of the fastest rising stars in the melodic metalcore scene.
Check out the newest single from Consume the Earth, “Shadow Within the Soul”, below.
Consume the Earth will be out September 20 on CD and digital formats. Pre-orders are now available.