melodic metalcore

Holding Absence announces rescheduled European Headline Dates for February & March 2021

Fast-rising Welsh post-rock quartet Holding Absence have announced the rescheduled European dates for their tour with Static Dress and Wargasm.

The four-piece will take to the road in February 2021. Tickets are on sale now. Check out the dates below!
 
European Tour Dates 2021:
February 18th Antwerp, BE - Kavka
February 19th Paris, FR - L’International 
February 20th Cologne, DE - MTC
February 21st Hamburg, DE - Headcrash

Amaranthe finish new studio album - to be released in August 2020

We can reveal some excellent news from camp Amaranthe: the band have just finished the studio recordings for their new masterpiece!

The sixth studio album from the Swedish modern metal heroes will be released on August 28th, 2020, which the band revealed in a digital press conference at the weekend.

The band states:

Desource to release new EP “Ambition” on September 4th 2020

Italian progressive metal band Desource have unleashed a lyric video for their new single “Sheepdogs” featuring Monuments drummer Mike Malyan. The track is taken from their forthcoming EP “Ambition” due out in September 202,0 via Rockshots Records.

Watch the lyric video for “Sheepdogs” below, Stream it on Spotify here.

Regarding the new single “Sheepdogs”, the band had this to say:

Make Them Suffer to release new studio album “How to Survive a Funeral” on July 24th 2020

Make Them Suffer have just shared their new song “Soul Decay”. Listen to it below.

“"Soul Decay" is about watching someone you know fall back into the same bad habits over and over, unaware that they themselves are the root of their own problems”, explains singer Sean Harmanis. “I believe this is a message we all need to hear sometimes. Being able to accept responsibility for our own mistakes keeps us humble”.

Sharptooth to release new studio album “Transitional Forms” on July 10th 2020

Hardcore/Metalcore band Sharptooth is ready to shake up 2020 with their forthcoming album, “Transitional Forms”. The record is set to be released on July 10th, 2020, via Pure Noise Records. 

Pre-orders are available here, alongside a brand new music video for first single, “Say Nothing (In the Absence of Content)”. Watch the video below.
 

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”.