nu-metal

Suicide Silence release music video for new single “Become the Hunter”

California based extreme metal titans Suicide Silence will release their sixth studio album, “Become the Hunter”, on February 14th, 2020 via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band present their new single, “Feel Alive”. Watch the music video, which was once again directed by Scott Hansen of Digital Thunderdome, below.

Stone Sour releases official live video for “Whiplash Pants”

Internationally acclaimed, Grammy nominated rock five-piece, Stone Sour have released the official live video for track “Whiplash Pants”, taken from the upcoming live album, “Hello, You Bastards: Live in Reno”, which will be released on December 13th, via Cooking Vinyl.

Find the new track on your streaming platform of choice and watch the video below.

Incite announces January 2020 UK Headlining Tour and new new guitarist Eli Santana

US metal beasts Incite are pleased to announce eight headline UK shows in January 2020, in support of their widely acclaimed latest album, “Built to Destroy”.

The UK run kicks off on January 11th in Bournemouth and wraps up on January 20th in London. Incite will be joined on all dates by special guests Sworn Amongst and Death Remains.

Suicide Silence to release new studio album “Become the Hunter” on February 14th 2020

California based extreme metal titans Suicide Silence will release their sixth studio album, “Become the Hunter”, on February 14th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band unleashes the music video for “Love Me to Death”. Directed by Scott Hansen of Digital Thunderdome. The new 18+ music video can be seen below.

“Become the Hunter” will be available in the following formats:
• CD Jewel Case
• Vinyl

A Killer’s Confession - The Indifference of Good Men

Hailing from Cleveland, A Killer’s Confession, fronted by Waylon Reavis, released their new album, “The Indifference of Good Men”, on October 18, on the Wake Up! Music label. AKC was formed in 2016, a little after Waylon left Mushroomhead, AKC member are: Waylon Reavis (vocals), Mark Alexander (guitar), Morgan Bauer (drums), and JP Cross (bass).
 
Listening over the dozen or so tracks, the album began with “It’s Not Too Late”, which I felt it was a nightmarish mix with an anthem like chorus.