doom metal

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:

Candlemass to release new EP “The Pendulum” on March 27th 2020

Grammy-nominated classic doom icons Candlemass don’t even need to drop a full-length for every release to prove they belong at the top of an entire genre and beyond. Fully comprised of never-before-heard, unused tracks cut from the “The Door to Doom” recording sessions, the band has just announced the release of a masterful new EP, “The Pendulum”, due out on March 27th, 2020, via Napalm Records!

An Evening With Knives to release new studio album “Sense of Gravity” on March 6th 2020

Eindhoven post-metal unit, An Evening With Knives, has finished the work on their hotly anticipated, sophomore album.

Following the successful releases of their debut album “Serrated” and the “Fade Out” EP, March 6th 2020 will finally see the band return with their brand new, full-length studio album, titled “Sense of Gravity”, via Argonauta Records and Lighttown Fidelity.

Godthrymm release music video for new single “The Sea as My Grave”

UK doom metal trio Godthrymm - featuring vocalist/guitarist Hamish Glencross (ex-My Dying Bride, Vallenfyre, Solstice), drummer Shaun Taylor-Steels (ex-My Dying Bride, Anathema), and bassist Bob Crolla - is pleased to unveil the official new video for “The Sea as My Grave”. The forlorn hymn comes off the band’s forthcoming debut, “Reflections”, set for release on February 14th, 2020, via Profound Lore.
 

Blissful Stream - When the Wolves Start to Circle

This is a one man project feat. Martin Sällström / Equimanthorn from Pest, who after some EPs and splits comes up with an albums worth of material of blackened, lone wolfish, lo-fi rock n heavy material, which at times sounds like a one man take on Motorhead and at other times like some crusty punk tribute to Nick Cave, as the Behemoth side project Me And That Man seems to have popularized that trend; it’s also available on cassette, which should make all the difference on the world.