dark metal

Wooden Veins to release debut album “In Finitude” on June 4th 2021

June 4th, 2021, will see Chilean avant-garde metal act Wooden Veins to release their highly anticipated debut studio album, titled “In Finitude”, via powerhouse label The Vinyl Division.

Featuring former members of well known doom metal units like Mourning Sun and Mar de Grises, the participants are by far no strangers to the scene. With the idea of creating a different kind of music, including sub genres and traces of other elements, Wooden Veins truly create their very own and other-worldy universe of sound.

Kolossus sign with My Kingdom Music and announce new album “K”

My Kingdom Music is absolutely delighted to announce that the Black Metal force Kolossus have been signed for the release of their second album titled “K”.

Kolossus is basically a solo project, behind which there is the mastermind Helliminator, who serves you the finest tunes of obscure, arcane but also experimental Black Metal.

L’Alba Di Morrigan to release new studio album “I’m Gold, I’m God” on June 18th 2021

Finally ready to unveil the decadent and dark art of Gothic Post-Metal band L’Alba Di Morrigan!

Aiwass” is the first track taken from “I’m Gold, I’m God” that will see the light on June 18th, 2021, via My Kingdom Music. Check out the lyric video, realised by Marcelo Silva, below.

Satyricon to release remixed & remastered Editions of “Dark Medieval Times” & “The Shadowthrone” on May 28th 2021

Satyricon’s first album, “Dark Medieval Times”, was released in the autumn of 1993 followed by its successor, “The Shadowthrone”, only eight months later. These pioneering pieces of art marked a start of a Black Metal evolution and have influenced the genre ever since. Both records will now be released as remixed and remastered reissues with altered cover artworks, on May 28th, 2021, via Napalm Records.

Alchemia sign with Wormholedeath and announce re-release of their debut album “Inception”

Heavy, black and death metal, film soundtracks, classical orchestration, dramatic symphonic elements and gothic synthesizers, with lyrics about reflection, conscience, mental imprisonment, phobias and psychological disorders, which exorcise deep terrors of the mind.

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.

Scar Of The Sun to release new studio album “Inertia” on May 14th 2021

Greek modern metal five-piece Scar Of The Sun is poised to reach the next level with the release of their otherworldly third full-length, “Inertia”, out on May 14th, 2021, via Napalm Records.

The album delivers a fresh take on melodic, atmospheric, often progressively-influenced metal while forging a unique path, and acts as a follow up to their self-titled demo (2005), debut full-length “A Series of Unfortunate Concurrencies” (2011) and sophomore offering “In Flood” (2016).