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Killer Be Killed to release new studio album “Reluctant Hero” on November 20th 2020

Killer Be Killed, Max Cavalera (Soulfly, ex-Sepultura), Ben Koller (Converge, Mutoid Man), Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Black Queen) and Troy Sanders (Mastodon, Gone Is Gone), announce one of the year’s most anticipated heavy releases, confirming the November 20th, 2020, arrival of the all-star band’s sophomore album, “Reluctant Hero” (Nuclear Blast Records).

Synthetic to release new studio album “Clepsydra: Time Against Infinity” on October 2nd 2020

Synthetic announce the release of their second full length album “Clepsydra: Time Against Infinity”, out on October 2nd, 2020!

Both musically and lyrically, “Clepsydra: Time Against Infinity” is a natural progression from the band’s debut album (“Here Lies the Truth”).

Softcore Suicide signs with RFL Records

Life has never been easy, and dealing with hardships may result in going down the drain, oozed up by frustration leading to sinking deep into the alcoholic illusion of release. Many have challenged these issues in manners that would put anyone to shame, but not as down and dirty as the ferocious Finnish group of Softcore Suicide.

Today, Softcore Suicide made their next step in their careers, signing with the American label, RFL Records, which from its end signed its second European band to its roster. 

Kill The Lights to release debut album “The Sinner” on August 21st 2020

New Fearless Records signing Kill The Lights, which features former members of Bullet For My Valentine and Throw the Fight, have announced their debut album “The Sinner”. The record arrives on August 21st, 2020, on Fearless Records. 

To celebrate the news, the band has just shared the video for new song “Through the Night”, which premiered initially at Hot Topic. Watch the video below.

Fit For A King to release new studio album “The Path” on September 18th 2020

Metalcore heavyweights Fit For A King are thrilled to announce their sixth album “The Path” will be released on September 18th, 2020, via Solid State Records.

Bigger, bolder and overwhelmingly epic in scope, “The Path” leans harder on the “metal” side of their sound, with shredding guitar solos, while doubling down on the massive catchy choruses that propelled their fiercest fan-favorite anthems.