VIDEO: Dark Tranquillity’s “The Pitiless”

Atoma is the forthcoming album from Swedish death metal band Dark Tranquillity coming out this November through Century Media and everyone involved want to share a track from it. This one is called “The Pitiless” and if you are one who lives live without pity, this may become your autumn theme song.

The album can be pre-ordered below through

AUDIO: October Tide’s “Swarm”

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Winged Waltz is the title Sweden’s October Tide have chosen for their forthcoming album on Agonia Records. The melodic doom/death metal band are ready to bust it out to everyone but they want to do it in a subtle manner. Here’s the song “Swarm” but judging from the title, it is sure to attack your senses in a not-so-nice way. You may stream the song below via Bandcamp while the album can be pre-ordered through the website as well or from by clicking the cover below.

VIDEO: The Black Dahlia Murder’s “Threat Level No. 3”

Culture Club once did a single in the 80’s called “Mistake No. 3” but this has nothing to do with this new song by The Black Dahlia Murder, other than commonality in the numericals. This is “Threat Level No. 3”, which means it can be ugly but we know it’s not. Or do we? Know it’s not, that is? Confused? Eh. This is from the band’s Abysmal (Metal Blade) album, a song made into a video by director (and animator) Adam Avilla.

VIDEO: Children Of Bodom’s “Morrigan”

Nuclear Blast Records will release an album by Children Of Bodom next week called I Worship Chaos and if you’ve heard “Morrigan” before, you have have thought “I’d like to see what can be done with this audio beast.” Now you can, for here is the video for it, directed by Patric Ullaeus. I Worship Chaos can be pre-ordered from Amazon.

VIDEO: Dark Tranquillity’s “Science Of Noise”

Construct (Century Media) is the latest album from Dark Tranquillity, and the group have made a video for “Science Of Noise”, a heated song that only gets deeper into your pores as you listen.


VIDEO: Carcass’ “The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills”

Carcass got back together after breaking up in 1995 and have been together again since 2007. The band’s new album is called Surgical Steel (Nuclear Blast) and it’s still blowing away fans and newbies a year after its release. “The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills” takes on all comers, take it on for yourself.


VIDEO: Amon Amarth’s “Deceiver of the Gods”

Deceiver of the Gods (Metal Blade) is the latest album from Sweden’s Amon Amarth and to promote it, they made a video for the title track. The visuals are partly medieval but it fits in with the story heard in the lyrics.