melodic death metal

Reject The Sickness to release new studio album “The Weight of Silence” on May 28th 2021

Two years after their second album “The Weight of Silence”, Belgium’s Reject The Sickness returns with an album so mercilessly crushing and heavy that you have to experience it to believe it. 2019’s in-between EP “The New Chapter” already indicated that Reject The Sickness were travelling on a new path towards musical maturity. With “While Our World Dissolves” this journey has been completed with astonishing results exceeding the promise of the earlier EP.

Blind The Eye signs worldwide deal with El Puerto Records

The melodic death metal quintet Blind The Eye from Portugal sign a worldwide record deal with El Puerto Records!

Blind The Eye was founded in 2016 in Santa Maria da Feira. So far they have released an EP called “Tripolarity”, containing three studio recordings and also  two live songs from BilboRock Bilbao 2019.

Depending on the progress of the pandemic, the first full-length album will be released on El Puerto Records at the turn of the year 2021/22.

Led To The Grave to release new EP “Pray for Death” on May 7th 2021

Horror Pain Gore Death Productions have signed Massachusetts death squad Led To The Grave. The new EP “Pray for Death” is up now for pre-order and will be released on May 7th, 2021, on CD, Cassette and Digital formats.

Horror Pain Gore Death Productions welcome Led To The Grave to the roster with the EP “Pray for Death”! Massachusetts death squad Led To The Grave formed in 2006 and perform fist in your face, bone crushing Death/Thrash the way it was meant to be.

Maitreya to release new studio album “Hyper Reels” on June 25th 2021

Hailing from Oshawa, Canada, Maitreya will be unleashing their upcoming album “Hyper Reels” this coming June 2021. To date, they have shared two singles “Departed” and “Catalyst”.  

Continuing in lead up to their new record’s release, the band is sharing their American Gods inspired single “Summit” - watch the music video below. Pre-save the new single here.

Amorphis to release new album “Live at Helsinki Ice Hall” on May 21st 2021

While concerts and cheering crowds seem to be a long lost echo from the past these days, melancholic progressive metallers Amorphis bring back some of the life and uncomparable energy that many of us have been missing so desperately. Recorded during a special hometown show that took place on December 7th, 2019, little did the Finns know that this would be one of their last concerts before the pandemic outbreak in early 2020.