nu-metal

Alpha Wolf to release new studio album “A Quiet Place to Die” on September 25th 2020

An iron will is only ever hardened within the forge, and Australia’s fastest rising metalcore act Alpha Wolf have proven they are made of sterner stuff. Building on every lesson learnt from their 2019 EP “Fault”, the band today announce their sophomore album “A Quiet Place to Die” will be released on September 25th, 2020, via Greyscale Records / Sharptone Records.

Suicide Silence announces Virtual World Tour with unique sets, exclusive merchandise & custom experiences

Suicide Silence announces Virtual World Tour with unique sets exclusive merchandise & custom experiences in each market. Each show will feature a professionally filmed multi-camera live set along with an extensive post-performance Q&A. Every market will have it’s ticket purchase geo-gated within a reasonable radius so that only those in that general area can view it’s particular stream. Fans will be able to participate in a live chat with each other & the band throughout the experience.

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”.

In This Moment - Mother

As it is known by fans of In This Moment, Maria is commonly called a beloved mother figure, which makes the title of the new album an easy pick. “Mother” rolls through eerie intros, march-like anthems, and nightmarish musicianship. And to top it all off, we catch a few covers, including features with Lzzy Hale, Taylor Momsen and Joe Cotela of D.E.D. They have reteamed with Kevin Churko of HellYeah and Ozzy Osbourne fame,
 

Trivium reveal new song “Bleed Into Me” and announce series of album release week events

Grammy-nominated band Trivium - Matt Heafy (vocals, guitar), Corey Beaulieu (guitar), Paolo Gregoletto (bass), and Alex Bent (drums) - will release their ninth full length, “What The Dead Men Say”, through Roadrunner Records this Friday, April 24th.

The album, which was produced by Trivium and Josh Wilbur, is available for pre-order here.

Mushroomhead to release new studio album “A Wonderful Life” on June 19th 2020

For the better part of the past five years, top-charting masked metal machine Mushroomhead have been crafting the epic follow up to their monumental 2014 full-length album, “The Righteous & The Butterfly – waiting ever-so-patiently to drop their next collection of anthems.

The Cleveland collective make their prodigious return with the new full-length oeuvre, “A Wonderful Life” – the eighth release of their benchmark career – out on June 19, 2020, via Napalm Records.
 

RED - Declaration

Well, I was never the biggest fan of alt/groove/nu/bro metal, with only a few tracks ever catching my fancy – but a genre I’ve also been rather uninterested in is extreme Christian metal. I mean, I’ll take some Stryper or the occasional power/neoclassical white metal bands (Joshua, Golden Resurrection etc.), but I hardly feel like I need spiritual guidance and catechesis.