thrash-death

Sepultura announces new concept album “Quadra” for early 2020

During their performance at Rock in Rio Festival last Friday, Brazilian metal icons Sepultura unveiled the first details of their upcoming studio album, and now want to make it official for their worldwide fan base; the band’s next full-length release will be a thrilling concept album titled “Quadra”, scheduled to see the light of day in early 2020 through Nuclear Blast Records.

Torchia release music video for new single “Moon, Rise!”

Torchia the rising name of Finnish melodic death metal, has been working on their second full-length album this year, to be released in Spring 2020.

The first single from the upcoming album bears title “Moon, Rise!” and is a proper glimpse of band’s new material. The ambitious music video for the opening single was made together with Obliviart Productions.
 

Exmortus to release new EP “Legions of the Undead” on October 25th 2019

In honor of Friday the 13th, the death/thrash/shred quartet Exmortus have unveiled an animated music video for their “Evil Dead”-inspired song “Swallow Your Soul”, one of two new original tracks on their forthcoming Halloween/horror-themed EP, “Legions of the Undead”.

The clip, which was designed by Wayne Joyner (Dream Theater, Devin Townsend), can be seen below.
 

Exhorder releases lyric video for new single “Hallowed Sound”

NOLA thrash metal legends Exhorder have released a neck-snapping new thrash anthem today, dubbed “Hallowed Sound”. The song is featured on the band’s first new album in 27 years, “Mourn the Southern Skies”, that’s due out on September 20th from Nuclear Blast Records. Watch the lyric video for “Hallowed Sound” below.

Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2019 - Day 3

After two days of unpredictable weather and slowly growing mud, the heavens finally opened on Bloodstock Open Air’s final offering of heavy to see Belgian death metal figureheads Aborted play the wettest set at the festival thus far. While the circumstances were not ideal for anyone, Aborted saw fit to do what bands performing at festivals ought to; play their biggest hits and some sprinklings of new material here and there.