Posted by Imperator on 5th June, 2021 @ 12:37 UTCBy Imperator on 05-06-2021 @ 12:37 UTC

Desaster's new album out now and streaming in full

German Black/Thrash legends Desaster have just released "Churches Without Saints" through Metal Blade Records. The new album marks the band's ninth full-length, and is now being streamed online in full at the Metal Blade Records YouTube Channel:

Here's the tracklist for the new album:

The Grace of Sin Learn to Love the Void Failing Trinity Exile Is Imminent Churches Without Saints Hellputa Sadistic Salvation Armed Architects of Annihilation (In Clarity for Total Death) Primordial Obscurity Endless Awakening Aus Asche

Here's a closer look at the cover art, which was ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 5th June, 2021 @ 11:02 UTCBy Imperator on 05-06-2021 @ 11:02 UTC

New Omnia Malis Est album streaming online

Italian Black Metal project Omnia Malis Est has just released their second full-length album, which is titled "Lucania", through Japanese label Hidden Marly Production. To mark the occasion, the album is being streamed online in its entirety via the BMP YouTube channel later today:

Omnia Malis Est was formed by Uruk-Hai as a one-man band in 2005 in Potenza, Italy, and "Lucania" will mark the project's first release in over six years. The complete tracklist for the new album is as follows:

A Vije du Lamient Battesimo nel Vino Sette Anni Crisi del Cordoglio Stabat ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 4th June, 2021 @ 20:54 UTCBy Imperator on 04-06-2021 @ 20:54 UTC

Sojourner release new mini EP

Atmospheric Black Metal band Sojourner have just released a brand new mini EP today through Napalm Records. The EP features just two new songs, "Relics of the Natural Realm" and the title track "Perennial", however the band makes it clear that this is still a landmark release for them, carrying some sentimental value along with it. Vocalist Emilio Crespo comments:

"Relics of the Natural Realm" is symbolic as a sort of epilogue to "Heritage of the Natural Realm". With the latter being our first song ever and the beginning for us, this new sequel marks ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 4th June, 2021 @ 11:08 UTCBy Imperator on 04-06-2021 @ 11:08 UTC

New Ossaert album released and streaming online

Underground Dutch Black Metal project Ossaert have just released a new album, titled "Pelgrimsoord", through Argento Records / Wolves of Hades. To mark the occasion, the entire album is now being streamed online through the BMP YouTube channel:

"Pelgrimsoord", which is Dutch for "Pilgrimage", is the project's second full-length album, and features the following tracklist:

De Geest en de Vervoering De Val en de Beroering De Nacht en de Verdwijning De Dag en de Verschijnin

The cover art was designed by South African artist Reuben Sawyer, whose work you ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 3rd June, 2021 @ 23:25 UTCBy Imperator on 03-06-2021 @ 23:25 UTC

New Mayhem song online from upcoming EP

Norwegian Black Metal pioneers Mayhem are scheduled to release a new EP, titled "Atavistic Black Disorder / Kommando", on the 9th of July through Century Media Records. While we wait, the label has made the track "Voces Ab Alta" available for listening (and watching) earlier today, with the accompanying video composed by Costin Chioreanu:

"Voces Ab Alta" is the first song to be made available from the upcoming EP, which will include material not only from the "Daemon" recording sessions, but also some covers of classic punk songs by the likes of ... [»]

Posted by PeaceThroughAnarchy on 3rd June, 2021 @ 16:16 UTCBy PeaceThroughAnarchy on 03-06-2021 @ 16:16 UTC

Darkthrone release track from upcoming album

Norwegian veterans Darkthrone will be releasing their new album, titled "Eternal Hails......", on the 25th of June through Peaceville Records. To give fans a taste of what they can expect, the band made an animated lyric video for the track "Hate Cloak", which has been uploaded to the official Peaceville Records YouTube channel earlier today:

Peaceville Records included the following under the video regarding the new release:

On Eternal Hails, the longer, doomier songs reflect drummer Fenriz’s love of doom, taking their time to make their point. For Fenriz, ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 3rd June, 2021 @ 11:29 UTCBy Imperator on 03-06-2021 @ 11:29 UTC

Thyrfing reveal details for upcoming full-length

Swedish Black Metal vikings Thyrfing will be releasing their next full-length album on the 27th of August through Despotz Records. The new album, which is titled "Vanagandr", will be the band's first release of any kind since 2013, and they recently revealed the details for the tracklist, cover art and available formats via their Facebook page.

The complete tracklist for the new album is as follows:

Döp Dem i Eld Undergångens Länkar Rötter Fredlös Järnhand Håg och Minne Träldomsord Jordafärd

The band already made music ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 2nd June, 2021 @ 10:27 UTCBy Imperator on 02-06-2021 @ 10:27 UTC

Vulture Lord release track from upcoming album

Norwegian Black/Thrash veterans Vulture Lord will be releasing their second full-length album, titled "Desecration Rite", on the 20th of June through Odium Records. To give fans another taste of what they can expect, the band recently made a lyric video for the track "Stillborn Messiah", which has been uploaded to the BMP II YouTube channel:

"Desecration Rite" consists of nine new tracks, and features songwriting by the late Trondr Nefas of Urgehal fame, who passed away in 2012:

Perverting the Bible Burning the Kingdom of God Stillborn Messiah Bestial Rape ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 1st June, 2021 @ 20:55 UTCBy Imperator on 01-06-2021 @ 20:55 UTC

Dark Vision reveal details for upcoming album

Greek Black Metal band Dark Vision have recently revealed the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming full-length album, which will be titled "Ianos", and is due for release on the 25th of June through UK label Cult of Parthenope.

The label had this to say regarding the release:

Returning with their first full-length album after two decades, Greek masters Dark Vision revolve around the threshold of their musical transition, featuring a stormy black metal with death elements and lyrics about the struggle of the soul, fragments of nightmares and dystopic visions of the past ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on 1st June, 2021 @ 11:55 UTCBy Imperator on 01-06-2021 @ 11:55 UTC

Winter Eternal streaming new album in full

Missing winter already? Greek Black Metal band Winter Eternal are due to release their latest full-length album, which is titled "Land of Darkness", on the 4th of June through Hells Headbangers records. Leading up to the release, the new album has now been made available for streaming online in full through the Black Metal Promotion YouTube channel:

"Land of Darkness" will mark the band's third full-length, and features the following tracklist:

Crossind the Blackest Skies Land of Darkness The Illusive Wings of Death Lord of False Reality Crown of Stars Faded to ... [»]

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