melodic death metal

Fleshgod Apocalypse launch live video for “Healing Through War”

Italian orchestral-death metal juggernauts Fleshgod Apocalypse are about to unleash their 5th record, “Veleno”, on May 24th, via Nuclear Blast Records.

After presenting some trailers revealing more background info about the new record’s creation, the group has launched a live video of “Healing Through War”, which is taken from their bonus blu-ray entitled “An Evening in Perugia” that will be included in the album’s digipak version. Watch the video below.

In Flames release Borgholm Brinner Festival recap movie

After concluding their European headline tour, In Flames are ready for the summer festival season to begin!

For the second time, the band is about to hold their annual festival, Borgholm Brinner, in the Borgholm Castle on the isle of Öland/Sweden and will unite Jesterheads from all over the world. The band themselves will perform two different special sets on each night, and many internationally renowned acts have joined the line-up.

Allegaeon launches guitar playthrough video for new single “Exothermic Chemical Combustion”

This Friday (April 19th), Allegaeon will release their new album, “Apoptosis”, via Metal Blade Records.

A near-perfect symbiosis of technical, progressive, and melodic death metal, Apoptosis is a record that is as crushingly heavy as it is inventive, lithe and intelligent, and marks a significant leap forward in the band’s songwriting.

Watch the guitar playthrough video for the new single, “Exothermic Chemical Combustion”, below.

Allegaeon - Apoptosis

When something stops evolving, it will eventually cease to exist. That’s the pattern Allegaeon chose to follow on their new album and although it was a daring decision it turned out better than their fans would have thought it’d be.
 

Allegaeon

I absolutely adore the new album. It’s dream mix between death metal and melodic, fantasy style of music. So, it would be great to kick off with some questions about the new album. I love the mix of death metal and lighter fantasy style parts. Is there particular reason you chose to include the lighter melodic verses, rather than just full on death metal all the way?