doom metal

Paradise Lost to release new studio album “Obsidian” on May 15th 2020

Obsidian”… dark, reflective and black: it’s a pretty decent description of the music that Paradise Lost have been making over the last 32 years, even though this most resilient of British metal bands have stoically refused to be pinned down to one easily defined formula. Powered by a lust for creativity and a stout devotion to haunting heaviness, Paradise Lost have defied the odds by coming back stronger than ever over the past decade.

Sorcerer to release new studio album “Lamenting of the Innocent” on May 29th 2020

On May 29th, 2020, Sorcerer will release their third full-length, “Lamenting of the Innocent”, via Metal Blade Records.

Watch the video for the first single, “The Hammer of Witches” (directed by Daniel Wahlström - Heavy Groove Media), below.

Pre-order “Lamenting of the Innocent”, here, in the following formats:
• digipak-CD

Khemmis to release new EP “Doomed Heavy Metal” on April 17th 2020

Denver, Colorado based doomed heavy metal quartet Khemmis unveil their new EP, “Doomed Heavy Metal”, which will be released digitally on April 17th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

In celebration of the announcement the band are pleased to reveal a live video for their cover of Dio’s “Rainbow in the Dark”. Watch the video below.

Cirith Ungol to release new studio album “Forever Black” on April 24th 2020

On April 24th, 2020, Cirith Ungol will release their new album, “Forever Black” - their first collection of all-new material in 29 years!

Check out the lyric video for the first single, “Legions Arise”, below.

Pre-order the album, here, in the following formats:
• jewelcase-CD
• digipak-CD (EU exclusive)

My Dying Bride release official lyric video for new single “Tired of Tears”

British doom legends My Dying Bride are set to release their 13th studio album, “The Ghost of Orion”, on March 6th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band have released a new single from the album titled “Tired of Tears”. Check out the new lyric video below.

The track has a particularly special meaning for frontman Aaron Stainthorpe, as he explains: