nu-metal

Infected Rain reveal music video for new single “Black Gold”

October 18th will see up and coming Moldova-based dynamic metal outfit Infected Rain release their fourth album, entitled “Endorphin”, via Napalm Records.
 
The band – fronted by extraordinary multi-talented vocalist Lena – has just unleashed a third video clip, to the brutal-yet-eerily melodic track “Black Gold”.
 
Watch the brand new music video for “Black Gold” below.

A Killer’s Confession to release new studio album “The Indifference of Good Men” on October 18th 2019

A Killer’s Confession, the band led by vocalist Waylon Reavis has released its brand new single “Numb” today via Wake Up! Music Group. The single is from the band’s upcoming sophomore album “The Indifference Of Good Men” out on October 18th, 2019.

Watch the video for “Numb” below.
 

Korn - The Nothing

The problem with Korn, a band that has been called the progenitors of the whole nu-metal band along with a couple of more, is basically growing old and not at all that well. With them their audience, also has grown in their mid-30s a time when families are had and priorities shift. That fact actually coupled with the fact that the band has not charted any singles at all, even in their native America, since “See You on the Other Side”, which came out some fourteen years ago, is a telltale sign that the band is in decline.

Infected Rain to release new studio album “Endorphin” on October 18th 2019

Moldova may not be the most notable hot-spot for rising metal talent to date, but that will surely change with extreme metal sensation Infected Rain. Fierce screams and growls, heavy as hell riffs and pounding beats combined with some ingenious samples make Infected Rain’s style an energetic blend of the best modern metal styles the heavy music scene currently has to offer. Their fourth studio album, “Endorphin”, will be released on October 18th, 2019, via powerhouse label Napalm Records.
 

Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind

Trying to be shocking, when you’re into shock rock, is an art form in itself. A lot of people are unable to keep the person and persona separate enough, others lose themselves in a haze of drinks and drugs… being a monster, the boogeyman, your mother’s worst nightmare – it’s hard work.
 
A much different band than the one that started it all, with people dying or being pushed out of the band over business reasons, now it pretty much feels like a one man ego trip, albeit a very successful one…