modern metal

Amaranthe to release new studio album “Manifest” on October 2nd 2020

In these difficult times we’re all in need of uplifting, in need of an escape from the four walls we’ve been locked up in - to be transported into a new dimension. With today’s triumphant return of Amaranthe our calls have been answered!

The Swedish modern metal force are proud to announce their new album “Manifest”. With this new album, Amaranthe set their mark with a vibrant, epic masterpiece to be released on October 2nd, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

Curses to release new studio album “Chapter ll: Bloom” on August 7th 2020

Emerging West Virginian metalcore band Curses has officially joined the roster of SharpTone Records. Riding a wave of buzz from millions of streams over the last few years, the five-piece will enter the next stage of their career with a new label and their second full-length album, “Chapter ll: Bloom”, coming on August 7th, 2020.
 

Lamb Of God announces online events following release of new self-titled album

Following the Friday release of their new self-titled album, Lamb Of God is connecting with fans through daily online activities today through Thursday, beginning with a “live quarantine video” today on YouTube.
 
The video features three songs recorded by the band live from quarantine. Watch the new video below.
 

Humavoid to release new studio album “Lidless” on August 21st 2020

Take a deep breath before these progressive-aggressive Finns take you on a rollercoaster of sophisticated madness. Backing their dual scream attack with a multidimensional hybrid of down tuned high tech guitar riffs and jazz fusion piano licks, Humavoid delivers a blistering and unpredictable blend of prog metal that effortlessly shifts from chaotic beating to contagious refrains and back.

Machine Head releases new digital single “Civil Unrest”

Bay Area metal icons Machine Head have released “Civil Unrest”, a 2-song digital single, featuring A-side, “Stop the Bleeding” and B-side, “Bulletproof”, with the former featuring additional guest vocals from Killswitch Engage frontman, Jesse Leach.

This pair of fierce protest anthems were both written days after the back-to-back murders of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. They are not for the faint of heart.