thrash-death

Sepultura welcomes Tony Bellotto and Shavo Odadjian to this week’s SepulQuarta session

Another round of heavy metal elite guests are set to join Sepultura for their weekly Sepulquarta sessions - this Wednesday Tony Bellotto (Titãs) and Shavo Odadjian (System Of A Down) will join Andreas Kisser and Paulo Xisto in their weekly fan Q&A. On top of that, the metal heavyweights will all perform live quarantine versions of “Biotech is Godzilla” and “Polícia”.

Sepultura welcomes Scott Ian to this week’s “Roots” special SepulQuarta session

In this week’s SepulQuarta session Sepultura welcomes Scott Ian (Anthrax, S.O.D) who will be performing “Cut Throat” during this “Roots” special of SepulQuatra.

The band will also welcome Silvio “Bibica” Gomes, the band’s studio tech/roadie for many albums and tours. Silvio will be part of the Q&A session - he will chat about the “Roots” recordings at the Indigo Ranch Studios in Malibu, California during the winter of 1995.

Æpoch to release new EP “The Scryer” on July 31st 2020

After Ontario, Canada natives Æpoch made a significant splash in the death metal scene with the 2018 release of their debut album, “Awakening Inception”, the group has worked at a frenzied pace to unleash their next sonic salvo upon the world.

Today the group is proud to announce the release of their upcoming EP, “The Scryer”, which is set for release on Friday, July 31st, 2020. 

Pestilence announces new drummer Michiel van der Plicht

Legendary dutch death metallers Pestilence have parted ways with drummer Septimiu Harsan due to personal and professional matters, partly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The band already found a replacement in Michiel van der Plicht (live drummer for countrymen Carach Angren), with whom Pestilence will record their upcoming album “Exitivm”, tentatively slated for release later this year on Agonia Records.

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.  

Torrefy to release new studio album “Life is Bad” on July 1st 2020

Black Speed Death Thrash! That’s what Canada’s Torrefy offer on forthcoming album “Life is Bad”, set to be self-released on July 1st, 2020.

The official video for the album’s first single, the aptly titled album-closer “Plague of Empires”, is available below.

Purchase/stream “Plague of Empires” here.