On October 25th, Cirith Ungol will release their new live album/DVD, “I’m Alive”, via Metal Blade Records. Capturing Cirith Ungol at the peak of their darkened, mystical powers before a rapturous crowd at the Up the Hammers festival in Athens, Greece.
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On November 1st, Angel Witch will release their fifth full-length, “Angel of Light”, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of their upcoming record the first single, “Don’t Turn Your Back”, is now available to stream.
After a successful run of festivals during the summer, Swedish Death Metallers LIK are returning with fresh meat on September 27th when they will release a brand new 7″ entitled “Stockholm Death Metal”.
In through the studio door enters the mighty Chuck Billy of Testament and delivers the song “The Crownless King”. Here the band are proving once again that they can handle the heavier part without slipping through the dangerous quicksand of what metalcore is supposed to sound like.
Swedish heavy metal act RAM will unleash their new album, “The Throne Within”, via Metal Blade Records on September 13th. For a preview of the record, a video for the new single, “Blades of Betrayal”, is now available.
This month, Metal Blade Records will continue re-issuing the Neaera catalogue chronologically on vinyl. After releasing the first two albums “The Rising Tide Of Oblivion” and “Let The Tempest Come”, now the next two albums will get the vinyl treatment for the first time ever! Both albums will be released August 30th.
On October 4th, Barcelona’s Syberia will release their third album, “Seeds Of Change”, via Blacklight Media / Metal Blade Records. Syberia craft intricate and involving instrumental rock opuses, following in the footsteps of Caspian, Mogwai and Russian Circles.
Angel Witch have signed a deal with Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2012’s critically acclaimed album, “As Above, So Below”, will be released in winter 2019.
The swedish band Cult of Luna will be back in september with the first album since 2013....
On Black Friday 2019 (November 29th), Cattle Decapitation will release their long-awaited 9th studio album, ”Death Atlas”, via Metal Blade Records. The album will be available for pre-order exclusively at the 2019 Summer Slaughter Tour. All other physical and digital pre-orders will available starting September 5th.
Legendary thrash metallers Sacred Reich will release their highly anticipated new album “Awakening” on August 23rd via Metal Blade Records. Sacred Reich have now dropped a brand new track, “Manifest Reality”, along with accompanying music video directed by acclaimed director Mark Pellington.
All lyrics are in polish so I don’t have the slightest idea what they are about, but they give the impression to be quite religious in an orthodox way, and at least I hope they are full of blasphemy, but for all it’s worth, they could as well be praising the Lord…
Legendary thrash metallers Sacred Reich have announced the release date for their highly anticipated new album “Awakening”. The band’s first new music in twenty-three years will drop on August 23rd via Metal Blade Records. The official music video for the title track is now available to watch.
As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, Polish black metal act Batushka will release their sophomore album “Hospodi” through Metal Blade Records on July 12th. Now the band have shared the majestic new song and video for “Wieczernia”.
This month, Metal Blade Records will start re-issueing the Neaera catalogue chronologically on vinyl. The campaign kicks off with the first two albums ‘The Rising Tide Of Oblivion’ and ‘Let The Tempest Come’, both will be released June 28th right in time for the bands one-off show at the Vainstream Festival in Münster, Germany.
Last month, legendary multinational thrash metallers Exumer released their fifth full-length, “Hostile Defiance”. Exumer have now launched a video for their latest hit single, “King’s End”. The idea behind the video is to visually pay homage to the look and visual aesthetics of the MTV/Headbanger’s Ball era clips from the late 80s and early 90s.