Gods Of Violence is the forthcoming album from German’s great metal bands, Kreator and true to what the Louvin Brothers once said 50 years ago, “Satan Is Real”. The reality of Satan comes back on January 27, 2017.
30 years ago, Californians Slayer wanted you to Reign In Blood but in 2016, a band want you to help drown them in it. I speak of Californians Carnifex, who will be releasing a new album on Nuclear Blast called Slow Death and with that immense delay, find a body as part of a frozen water burial with “Drown Me In Blood”. It is rich and smells like coins, do not be alarmed.
Exumer’s The Raging Tides (Metal Blade) is a bit of the glory of thrash and speed metal from the early to mid-80’s but proving the glory of that sound still loves on decades later. You’ll hear more than the album drops on January 29th but to get warmed up for it, listen to the title track. The CD can be pre-ordered through Amazon.com.
Butcher Babies have created a performance video for the song “Igniter” and if you’ve never seen them live, you may want to head up to the front of the stage after watching this. I would love to go to a Butcher Babies and rock out with them, only for Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey to end up beating the crap out of me because it’s fun. I wouldn’t mind (too much). The song (which reminds me slighty of Faith No More’s “Surprise! You’re Dead”) is from their Century Media album Take It Like A Man released two months ago. You may order your via through Amazon.com by clicking the cover below.
Director Philipp Hirsch did this video for Dew-Scented called “Ruptured Perpetually” and while hearing it will let you know it is an immediate scorcher, seeing it may make you think much more. The song is taken from the band’s Intermination album on Metal Blade. Released this past June, it can be ordered via Amazon.
The power of Slaytanic Wehrmacht is back, which means it’s Slayer time. The band have returned with Repentless and since they’re not a part of a major label system, you may be seeing some of the most gruesome music videos you’ve ever seen. If you love prison television shows or movies, you are going to find this a violent treat. Repentless can be ordered below via Amazon.com.
Back in your face is the band Soulfly, whose new album Archangel (Nuclear Blast) was released on August 14th. From it is a video made for the megablast, the title track. The album can be ordered directly from Amazon.