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Intervals to release new studio album “Circadian” on November 13th 2020

Torchbearers of progressive, instrumental rock, Intervals, have announced the next chapter in their artistic journey today via the explosive new single “5-HTP”.

This latest offering finds Aaron Marshall - the creative force behind Intervals - exploring new sonic territory behind a massive wall of guitars, cannon-esque percussion, and a meticulous composition sure to excite the band’s longtime following while welcoming new fans into the fold.

The Erkonauts to release new studio album “I Want It to End” on October 1st 2020

Hailing from Geneva, Switzerland, chaotic prog-punk-metal powerhouse The Erkonauts have released further details of their forthcoming third studio album, “I Want It to End”.

Recorded and mixed by Drop at Downtone studio and mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios, “I Want It to End” will release on October 1st, 2020.

Of the album, The Erkonauts’ vocalist and bassist Ales Campanelli comments:

Unprocessed announces April 2021 European Headlining Tour

German progressive high flyers Unprocessed have announced a 2021 European headline tour, playing in support of new album “Artificial Void” out now.

This announcement follows the release of their single, “Real” featuring Tim Henson & Clay Gober of Polyphia. Watch the video for “Real” below. Stream “Real” here.

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Fit For A King to release new studio album “The Path” on September 18th 2020

Metalcore heavyweights Fit For A King are thrilled to announce their sixth album “The Path” will be released on September 18th, 2020, via Solid State Records.

Bigger, bolder and overwhelmingly epic in scope, “The Path” leans harder on the “metal” side of their sound, with shredding guitar solos, while doubling down on the massive catchy choruses that propelled their fiercest fan-favorite anthems.
 

Emmure - Hindsight

Drudging through the almost-demise of Emmure in 2015, Frankie Palmeri recruited a fresh, new line-up that resurrected the deathcore outfit. “Hindsight” builds on this new, evolved band, while still showing that they made it through the darkness.
 
“(F)inally (U)nderstand (N)othing”, which seems to cross some generations. The track is a melting pot of groove, nu metal and God knows what else, with vocal mastery from Palmeri.