modern death metal

Kreator and Lamb Of God announce Spring 2020 European co-headlining tour

2 giants of extreme metal have teamed up to lay waste to European shores in 2020. Grammy nominated Richmond, VA metallers Lamb Of God and German thrash pioneers Kreator will bring a “State of Unrest” across the continent in March and April. Support comes from the Dallas, TX wrecking crew Power Trip.

Says Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God):

Dimman releases lyric video for first single “Capsized Reverie”

Dimman returns with a new EP titled “152”, which is set to be released on October 18th, 2019, via Inverse Records. The band’s modern melodeath consists of beautiful melodies accompanied with heavy compositions making them sound unique.

The new release introduces the band’s new female vocalist Jenna Kohtala, which also gives more variety on vocal arrangements.
 

Despised Icon to release new studio album “Purgatory” on November 15th 2019

Canadian deathcore pioneers Despised Icon are back to reveal their 6th full-length album, “Purgatory”, which will be released on November 15th, 2019, via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band releases the first single and title track from the album. Directed and produced by Jessy Fuchs of Les Films 37 Superkick, the video can be seen below.

Rings Of Saturn to release new studio album “Gidim” on October 25th 2019

Alien themed tech-death masters, Rings Of Saturn, arrive back on the scene to release their fifth full-length studio album. “Gidim” will be released on October 25th, 2019, via Nuclear Blast Records.

Watch the music video for the first single “The Husk”, which was directed by Scott Hansen of Digital Thunderdome, below.

Dawn Of Disease to release new studio album “Procession of Ghosts” on November 1st 2019

Dawn Of Disease return with their smashing new album, “Procession of Ghosts” – a phenomenal new melodic death metal album with more than enough energy to stand out from the masses. Accompanied by a sinister artwork by Michał “Xaay” Loranc, who has worked with bands like Behemoth, Nile, and Evocation, the album possesses significantly more atmosphere and catchy melodies without sacrificing the band’s extreme spirit.