Because I have a handful I’ve not posted yet, and because not one of them is for a duff track. Wrap your ears round these sounds and your peepers round the wordage…
Immolation – “Fostering the Divide”
New York death metal giants Immolation are currently on tour in North America in support of their upcoming album Atonement, which will be released on February 24th via Nuclear Blast Records. The band has released a lyric video for the brand new track “Fostering The Divide”.
Immortal Machinery – “I Did it for You”
The UK dark/melodic metal band Immortal Machinery has just uploaded the first full song for their upcoming album An Imperfect Storm, which is due on April 7th. The lyric video for “I Did It For You” can be viewed below.
Pestifer – “Brutal Eruption of Chaos”
Execration Diatribes, the new album from Portuguese death metal trio Pestifer is out now on Lavadome Productions. Stream and/or purchase the album via their bandcamp, and check out our review. The band has also released a new lyric video for album cut “Brutal Eruption of Chaos”.
Eternal Fear – “No Guts”
Eternal Fear, from Karlskoga, Sweden, are set to release their fifth studio album titled Killing Time which will be released in three formats: CD, vinyl and digital download. It’s out on Friday 17th March 2017.
Demonic Resurrection – “Kurma – The Tortoise”
Indian giants Demonic Resurrection have come out with their second lyric video, this one for “Kurma – The Tortoise”. It follows on from “Matsya – The Fish”
Symmetry – “I’m Not Afraid”
Following the loss of his sight, Symmetry guitarist Jared Hara was dealt a second unexpected blow, losing his father mere weeks before embarking on an international tour with Don Broco. The tour went ahead as planned, and during a time of pain and suffering, Jared penned “I’m Not Afraid”, a song dedicated to the memory of his Dad.
The new single from Californian 4-piece Symmetry, is led by vocalist Mike Campbell whose distinctive tone bring raw emotion to this heartfelt track, interwoven by the subtle guitar work of founder Jared Hara, the unrelenting rhythm of bassist Will Weiner and Max D’Anda’s commanding drums, we are left with truly emotive pop/rock hit.