melodic thrash metal

Imagika releases music video for new single “The Spiteful One”

Imagika have just released the video for the track “The Spiteful Ones” from their upcoming new album “Only Dark Hearts Survive”.
 
Watch the new video below.

The new 8 track album was mixed and mastered by Andy La Rocque at his Sonic Train Studios and is scheduled to be released September 13th, 2019, via Dissonance Productions.

Imagika releases lyric video for new single “Only Dark Hearts Survive”

Imagika is back with a new lyric video for the title track of their new CD “Only Dark Hearts Survive”.

Check out the lyric video below.

The new 8 track album was mixed and mastered by Andy La Rocque at his Sonic Train Studios and is scheduled to be released September 13th, 2019, via Dissonance Productions.

With their first CD in nearly 10 years the band is excited to jump back in the game and give the fans a great dose of SF Bay Area Metal!

Death Angel - Humanicide

Although Death Angel moonlighted the mid to late 80s with their particular brand of thrash, which was a tad more adventurous than most of what was on offer at the time, the bad timing of an accident, had em drift apart and disband before the onset of the 90s itself and the change of the music climate would do that to them.
 

Wreck-Defy to release new studio album “Remnants of Pain” on September 27th 2019

Canadian thrash metal band Wreck-Defy released their first single from the upcoming album “Remnants of Pain”, which is set to be released on September 27th, 2019, via Finnish record label Inverse Records.
 
The band features Matt Hanchuck on guitars, Aaron Randall (ex-Annihilator) on vocals, Greg Christian (ex-Testament) on bass and Alex Marquez (Solstice, ex-Malevolent Creation, ex-Cephalic Carnage, etc.) on drums.

Xentrix - Bury the Pain

England didn’t produce thrash bands by the bucketload like America or Germany and as such the few ones that made a name for them used to be quite worthwhile. After enjoying a career that lasted a little more that decade, from the mid-80s to the mid-90s and had its ups and downs, the band attempted to reunite, twice, a decade later at first and then in the early to mid-10s, trying to keep its lineup intact.

Imagika to release new studio album “Only Dark Hearts Survive” on September 13th 2019

After 10 years Imagika is back! The most successful lineup of the band with guitarist Steven D. Rice (Kill Ritual, Imagika), vocalist Norman Skinner (Skinner, Niviane, Hellscream, Imagika), bassist Jim Pegram (Mudface, Angerhead, Imagika) and guest drummer Matt Thompson (King Diamond) have recorded a blistering new CD that is a modern take on where the band left off in 2009.