modern 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.

Temperance to release new studio album “Viridian” on January 24th 2020

Italian Melodic Metal institution Temperance return with their fifth studio album “Viridian” in January 2020! Temperance is where exceptional vocal melodies, energetic metal guitar riffing, symphonic and electronic atmospheres meet in perfect harmony. Led by a unique vocal triad, Temperance manage to unite heaviness with an impressive level of catchy melodies that will make you want to push the repeat button instantly.

Nanowar Of Steel signs worldwide deal with Napalm Records

Nanowar Of Steel, international masters of parody-metal, have pushed it to the next level and signed a worldwide contract with Napalm Records.

Humor in metal is a rarity, but Nanowar Of Steel impressively boost its existence by mixing contrasting musical styles like ska and true metal, crafting a genre-fluid fun formation. The band was formed in 2003 in Rome (IT) and has been dedicated to tongue-in-cheek metal ever since.  
                                                                               

Only The Righteous release music video for new single “What We Could Have Been”

Emerging metalcore crew, Only The Righteous, are set to make their mark with the release of their stunning debut EP, “Severance”, out on November 22nd, 2019. The tuneful riff merchants have also just revealed a new single and video for “What We Could Have Been”. Watch the video below.

Holding Absence announces Headline Show at London’s Scala on December 12th 2019

Welsh post hardcore quintet Holding Absence have confirmed that they will be rounding out their strongest year so far with their biggest headline show to date.

The band will be taking on London’s Scala on Thursday 12th of December for a special one off gig that will see them play their entire back catalogue in chronological order. It’s a perfect opportunity for fans to hear old classics as well as songs the band have never played live before.

ONI releases new digital single “Alone”

Today (October 1st), ONI has released a new single, entitled “Alone” - taken from their upcoming EP, which will be unveiled soon.

Produced by Josh Wilbur (Lamb Of God, Gojira, Trivium), “Alone” can be heard below.

With their influences rooted in progressive metal, ONI’s sound can be compared to the genre’s heavy hitters - The Human Abstract, Protest The Hero and Between The Buried And Me - yet they remain truly unique. “Alone” was co-written by ONI and Nick DePirro.

September Mourning reveal animated video for new single “Hiding from Heaven”

Road warriors September Mourning are gearing up for fall tours as direct support for Twizted and Sons of Texas with the release of an animated video for new single “Hiding from Heaven”. The song was produced by 5-time Grammy Award winning Chris Lord-Alge; along with Josh Napert, & Nick Scott. The track will be included on the band’s forthcoming EP, “Volume III”, which is set to drop on December 13th.

Cyhra to release new studio album “No Halos in Hell” on November 15th 2019

Boosted by the success of their 2017 debut, “Letters to Myself”, modern melodic metal high-flyers Cyhra are using that momentum and pushing forward with a new album - the sophomore “No Halos in Hell” will see the light of day on November 15th, 2019, via Nuclear Blast.

We Came As Romans release new singles “Carry the Weight” and “From the First Note”

Brotherhood lasts forever. No matter what happens, those bonds endure in memories and moments. We Came As Romans hold a similar link between them. After nearly 15 years together, countless sold out shows, critical acclaim, and over 250 million streams, the Michigan quintet - Joshua Moore (guitar), Dave Stephens (vocals), Lou Cotton (guitar), Andy Glass (bass) and David Puckett (drums) - weathered their darkest time and emerge stronger in the name of a fallen brother and member: Kyle Pavone (RIP).