melodic extreme metal

DevilDriver to release new studio album “Dealing With Demons I” on October 9th 2020

DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while delivering a steady succession of brutal, yet distinctive albums along the way.  

Make Them Suffer to release new studio album “How to Survive a Funeral” on July 24th 2020

Make Them Suffer have just shared their new song “Soul Decay”. Listen to it below.

“"Soul Decay" is about watching someone you know fall back into the same bad habits over and over, unaware that they themselves are the root of their own problems”, explains singer Sean Harmanis. “I believe this is a message we all need to hear sometimes. Being able to accept responsibility for our own mistakes keeps us humble”.

Avatar to release new studio album “Hunter Gatherer” on August 7th 2020

Sweden’s most creative and exciting export, Avatar, debuted the official music video for their new track “Silence in the Age of Apes”, which serves as the lead single from their highly anticipated eighth full-length, “Hunter Gatherer”, due out on August 7th, 2020, via Entertainment One (eOne).

Ages to release new studio album “Uncrown” on August 21st 2020

The torch-bearers of melodic black metal, Ages, return with their new album “Uncrown” on August 21st, 2020, via Black Lodge Records.

Formed during the harsh Swedish winter of 2011, Ages released their critically acclaimed debut “The Malefic Miasma” in 2015. Biding their time to craft something really unique, the five year long wait is finally over and their sophomore effort “Uncrown” sees the light of day. 

Trivium

How’s everything going during this lockdown Paolo?
 
P: I’m doing fine. I’m enjoying my extra time at home, I hope like everyone else is.
 
 
We’re really digging the new album. It is such an amazing evolution from the last album. What does the title, “What Dead Men Say” declare?
 

Trivium - What the Dead Men Say

Well, looking at this insane start to 2020, we as fans of music, have a unique opportunity at this point: we can sit down and listen to some amazing albums in their entirety. No distractions, just full attention and immersion in the music we love. And the Florida metal giants Trivium give us more than a taste with “What the Dead Men Say”.