Friday, December 2, 2016

Tardive Dyskinesia Share Music Video For "Savior Complex"

Greek djent/prog metallers Tardive Dyskinesia, who released their critically-lauded fourth album "Harmonic Confusion” in early September, have just shared a new music video for the track “Savior Complex.”

The video was directed, filmed and edited by Themis Fad from Raw Rec and you can watch it below.

Hailed as one of the best prog-metal releases of 2016 by publications such as Metal Hammer UK, Skull’N’Bones and New Noise Magazine, “Harmonic Confusion” was produced and mixed by guitarist Steve Lado (Vermingod, Still Falling, Βlack Hat Bones, Danger Angel) and mastered by Jens Bogren (Katatonia, Opeth, Paradise Lost, Kreator, Leprous, etc.) at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden and was released on September 9th via Playfalse Records.

If you missed it, watch the video for "Self-Destructive Haze" here.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Portuguese Punk-Rockers Jackie D Share Video For “Yeah Yeah”

Portuguese sleazy punk-rockers JACKIE D have just revealed a new music video for their new single “Yeah Yeah”, taken from the band’s forthcoming second album, “The J Spot”, due out on February 4th via Infected Records.

Watch the video for “Yeah Yeah” below.

If you missed it, check out the video for first single, “Feel”, at this location.

Recorded by Sebastiano Ferranti (Youthless) at studios D-tail, mixed and mastered by Miguel Carvalho, “The J Spot” follows-up the band’s debut album “Symphonies from the City” released in 2014 and promises to deliver another slab of crushing and groovy southern-tinged punk hardcore sound in the vein of Every Time I Die, The Bronx and Cancer Bats.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Insense New Album “De:evolution” Playing In Full At Metal Sucks

In just three days, Norwegian technical metal outfit Insense will release their highly anticipated fifth full-length album “De:evolution”, but you can now listen to the entire release exclusively at Metal Sucks.

Produced by guitarist/vocalist Tommy Hjelm and mixed by long-time collaborator Daniel Bergstrand at Dugout Studio in Uppsala, Sweden, “De:Evolution” features the artwork of Ryan Clark (Foo Fighters, Mnemic, Norma Jean and The Chariot) and is set for release this Friday, May 23rd via Mas-Kina Recordings (distributed in Europe by Indie Recordings).

Hear the full album right here.

Pre-orders of “De:evolution” are available here.

Monday, May 12, 2014

Conjonctive: Swiss Death-Metal Band Premiere New Video at Metal Underground

Today Metal Underground presents the new music video ‘The Rise Of The Black Moon' from Swiss male and female fronted death-metal outfit Conjonctive.

The song is taken from Conjonctive's debut album "Until The Whole World Dies...", which was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Vladimir Cochet at Conatus Studio and released in October of 2013 via Tenacity Music (Voice of Ruin, Scars Divide).

Watch the video here.

Insense Premier New Song “Lethargy” At Heavy Blog Is Heavy

Today, Heavy Blog Is Heavy premiered a brand new track from “De:evolution”, the fifth full-length album of Norwegian technical metal outfit Insense, whose members also serve time in Beaten To Death and Circus Maximus.

Titled “Lethargy”, this is the second single taken from “De:evolution” and you can now listen to it via a lyric video at the following location.

Produced by guitarist/vocalist Tommy Hjelm and mixed by Daniel Bergstrand at Dugout Studio in Uppsala, Sweden, “De:Evolution” is set for release on May 23 through Mas-Kina Recordings and distributed in Europe by Indie Recordings. The album artwork was created by Ryan Clark of Invisible Creature, whose previous credits include Foo Fighters, Mnemic, Norma Jean and The Chariot.

“Meandering”, the first single is still available for free download/pay what you want at the band’s bandcamp page. Get it here.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Voice Of Ruin Full Album Streaming At Metal Underground

“Morning Wood”, the second full-length release from hard-hitting and groovy metal farmers Voice Of Ruin is officially out today via Tenacity Music in their native Switzerland and Metal Underground is now offering an exclusive stream of the entire album. A Japanese/European release date is set for May 5th.

Listen to the lecherous titled “Morning Wood” in full here.

“Morning Wood” was recorded by Clément Decrock at Boss Hog Studio and was mixed and mastered by Vladimir Cochet at Conatus Studio, and follows-up the band’s self-titled debut album released in 2011 through Heimathome Records.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

L'Hiver en Deuil: Belgium Post Black-Metal Band Premiere New Video at Terrorizer

Today Terrorizer Magazine presents the new music video ‘Fatum' from Belgium post black metal quintet L’HIVER EN DEUIL. ‘Fatum’ is taken from the band’s debut EP “Ter Aarde” which was released in late 2013 via Consouling Agency.

Watch the video here.

L'Hiver en Deuil was shaped during the winter of 2009/2010, one of the most unrelenting and severe in years. The atmosphere of winter and the dark beauty of the surroundings of the band’s rehearsal place helped them to give voice to their suppressed feelings through the symbolism of nature, with songs drowning in an aura of introspective black metal, combined with repeated riffs and hypnotic melodies to conjure a melancholic, trance-like state. L'Hiver en Deuil is where and when its members confront themselves with their fears, their deepest frustrations, things that cannot be easily grasped, the perpetual search for what goes beyond existence. The thin line between life and death. Their journey started there. In mid 2012, the line-up was complete, now gathering former members from Sarin, Marche Funèbre and The Gates of Argonath. With a stable line-up, L’Hiver en Deuil felt the need to record some new songs and they reached out to Phorgath from Enthroned and Emptiness fame, knowing that his extensive experience in producing dark and unholy music would be the perfect match to their mournful and bleak compositions. So in February/March’13 the band entered the studio to record their first EP “Ter Aarde”. "Ter Aarde." is foremost a very introspective work, incorporating an array of influences, from traditional black metal to post-hardcore, with the core of this release lying in mid-tempo, trance-inducing melancholic riffs. Although the music definitely stands on its own with a strong identity, parallels can be drawn to such bands as Drudkh, Svarti Loghin,Fen, Agalloch and Forgotten Tomb.