doom death metal

October Tide release music video for new single “Ögonblick Av Nåd”

Swedish melodic death/doom metal band October Tide release third and last single from their forthcoming album “In Splendor Below”, due out on May 17th, via Agonia Records.

The song is titled “Ögonblick Av Nåd”, it’s written in Swedish, and it’s available as a music video directed by Wizworks Studios.

Watch the video for “Ögonblick Av Nåd” below.

October Tide premiere new track “I, The Polluter”

Sweden’s melodic death/doom metal masters October Tide, feat. ex-Katatonia guitarists Fredrik and Mattias Norrman, premiere the first single from their upcoming, sixth studio album, “In Splendor Below”.

The album is set to be released on May 17th, 2019, worldwide via Agonia Records, while the new track titled “I, The Polluter” is available for listening below.

Hamferð to release new 12" EP “Ódn” on April 12th 2019

Faroese doomsters Hamferð will release a brand new 12" EP entitled “Ódn” on April 12th, 2019, via Metal Blade Records.

The EP will feature the previously unreleased title track on side A and a bare-bones rendition of “Deyðir varðar” on Side B, both performed live on unique occasions.

Check out the video for the title track below. The video was shot March 17th, 2018 at the old Sjónleikarahúsið theater in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands.

October Tide to release new studio album “In Splendor Below” on May 17th 2019

Swedish melodic death/doom metallers October Tide, feat. ex-Katatonia members Fredrik and Mattias Norrman, announce details surrounding their sixth studio album, follow-up to “Winged Waltz” from 2016.

The new album is titled “In Splendor Below” and will be released on May 17th, 2019, via Agonia Records.

Helevorn posts new lyric video for “Nostrum Mare (Et deixo un pont de mar blava)”

Exhibiting their elegant and gloomy music around the world, Palma, Spain’s melancholic doom outfit Helevorn have posted their new lyric video for “Nostrum Mare (Et deixo un pont de mar blava)”, which is sung in eight different languages.

The video is in support of their fourth album “Aamamata” due out this Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019, via Solitude Productions / Bad Moon Music.

Check out the lyric video below.

Vocalist Josep Brunet explains the track:

Helevorn posts new lyric video for “A Sail to Sanity”

Exhibiting their elegant and gloomy music around the world, Palma, Spain’s melancholic doom outfit Helevorn have posted their new lyric video for “A Sail to Sanity” in support of their fourth album “Aamamata”, due out on January 23rd, 2019, via Solitude Productions / Bad Moon Music.

Check out the new lyric video below.

Hamferð releases new live video for “Evst”

Faroese doomsters Hamferð have released a live video recording of “Evst”, the title track off the band’s 2013 debut LP.

The song was performed at the release show for their latest album, “Tamsins likam” on March 17th, 2018, at the old Sjonleikarahusið theater in Torshavn, Faroe Islands.

Watch the live video below.

Hamferð previously released the live recorded video of b from the same concert, the second track off “Tamsins likam”, released on Metal Blade earlier this year. See it here.

Narthraal release music video for new single “Baptized in Blood”

After releasing a succesful debut album “Screaming from the Grave” last year, Icelandic old school death machine Narthraal unleashed a new single “Baptized in Blood”.
 
Watch the video for “Baptized in Blood” below.

The band comments:
“We are very happy with how well received our material has been, our EP's, "Blood Citadel" and "Chainsaw Killing Spree", our LP "Screaming from the Grave" and now our single.

Hamferð releases new live video for “Stygd”

Faroese doomsters Hamferð have released a live recorded video of “Stygd”, the 2nd track from their new album, “Támsins likam”, released on Metal Blade earlier this year.

The song is part of the recorded album release show on March 17th, 2018 at the old Sjonleikarahusið theater in Torshavn, Faroe Islands.

Watch the live video below.
 
“Támsins likam” was played in its entirety, as well as a selection of older songs, including “Odn” - the band's very first song, which, although being a live staple, was never released.