drone metal

Yatra to release new studio album “All is Lost” on October 9th 2020

Maryland-based psychedelic doom metal trio Yatra recently finalized work on their most ambitious and devastating release to date. The band proudly offers their crushing third album, “All is Lost”, now confirmed for October release through Grimoire Records, who this week issues the record's cover art, track listing, preorders, and more.
 

Uniform to release new studio album “Shame” on September 11th 2020

What if the antihero in your favourite film or book had no chance to repent, reconcile, or redeem himself? There’s no victim to rescue. There’s no evil to thwart. There’s no tyranny to turnover. Instead of saving the day against his better judgment, he just walks a Sisyphean circle of existential malaise doomed to repeat yesterday’s vices without the promise of a better tomorrow. Rather than tell this story on the screen or on the page, Uniform tell it on their fourth full-length album, “Shame”.

(0) to release debut album “SkamHan” on April 24th 2020

In rousing dark euphoria, Danish progressive black metal enigma (0) lifts the veil for their debut album, “SkamHan”, which will be released on April 24th, 2020, via Napalm Records.

The offering of black, drone and post metal spiced with intense sludge and progressive influences takes the listener on a labyrinthine journey. Straight from the Danish underground, the anonymous quintet (0) presents seven explosive and dominating tracks.

(0) signs worldwide deal with Napalm Records

(0), the best-kept secret of the Danish underground has signed a worldwide contract with Napalm Records. They choose to remain nameless, they choose to remain faceless and they choose to have their harsh and extreme soundscapes speak for them.

Testing the boundaries of black, progressive, drone and post metal while mixing it with elaborated visuals and an impressive performance live on stage, (0) captivates you into the void.

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Darsombra to release new studio album “Transmission” on August 9th 2019

As Baltimore-based psychedelic/experimental duo Darsombra prepares to release their fifth LP, “Transmission”, in August, the band has just issued a new video teaser for the album alongside pre-order links, the cover artwork, and more. In addition to the record’s details, the band has also posted their latest massive tour routing which sees them on the road across North America for two months surrounding the album’s release.
 

SednA to release new studio album “The Man Behind the Sun” on September 13th 2019

Spikerot Records are thrilled to announce the release of SednA’s upcoming album “The Man Behind the Sun”, a 33-minute-long sonic opus delving deep into the hazes of Black Metal, Post Rock and Doom. In their third full-length album in ten years, SednA have channeled all their strongest sentiments to create their most crushing effort to date, solemn and uplifting.

Release date is set for September 13th, 2019, via Spikerot Records.

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Earth unveils new track “The Colour of Poison”

Continuing to stoke the anticipation revolving around their mighty return to the studio and stage, legendary duo Earth have shared another snapshot of their forthcoming LP “Full Upon Her Burning Lips”.

Coupled with a stark black-and-white visualiser, the five-and-a-half minute dirge “The Colour of Poison” is packed with Earth’s thematically meditative, sonically immense hallmarks.

Listen to the new track “The Colour of Poison” below.

Earth to release new studio album “Full Upon Her Burning Lips” on May 24th 2019

Over the course of their thirty trips around the sun, Earth has remained diligent in their commitment to monolithic minimalism. The sonic vocabulary may have changed - from their early years churning out seismic drone metal on albums like “Earth 2” (1993) to the dusty Morricone-tinged comeback album “Hex; or Printing in the Infernal Method” (2005) to the meditative rock approach of “Primitive and Deadly” (2014) - but the underlying principle of austerity and restraint remains a constant.