SOME STUFFS: Decrepit Birth sign new deal, new label for Europe

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While Nuclear Blast will continue to release the music of Decrepit Birth in the U.S., they’re having a switch-over in the European territories as the California band have moved over to Agonia Records. They’re doing this as they’re working on their next album due out before the end of the year.

AUDIO: Obscura’s “Ode To The Sun”

Obscura’s new album Akr√≥asis will be released this Friday and the group, along with Relapse Records, want to share with you another song from it to keep you motivated to pick this one up when it’s ready. This is an “Ode To The Sun” and if you haven’t seen the sun in these days of winter, fear not, for that is just around the corner too.

VIDEO: Obscura’s “Akroasis”

We’re not that far from 2016 but for fans of German band Obscura, you’ll only have to wait less than three months for the release of the band’s brand new effort, Akroasis (Relapse). Their style of death metal is quite complex at times but also beautiful at the same time. Did I say that: death metal as beautiful? Of course. They went into the studio for a simple approach to their video for the title track. Akroasis will be released on February 5th.

AUDIO: Rivers Of Nihil’s “Perpetual Growth Machine”

Monarchy (Metal Blade) is the new album by Rivers Of Nihil “Perpetual Growth Machine” from the album “Monarchy”. This Pennsylvania death metal band (the city of Reading to be exact) released two EP’s and a full length in 2013 called The Conscious Seed Of Light so for those who have been waiting to discover what they’ll be doing next, this is the next. Sample a bit of the next by listening to “Perpetual Growth Machine”.

VIDEO: Fleshgod Apocalypse’s “Epilogue”

Labyrinth (Nuclear Blast) is the latest project to come from Fleshgod Apocalypse, an Italian band who take their death metal to unique levels. While the song title may represent the end, “Epilogue” is part of the grand scheme. If you find this to your liking, you’ll want to check out the album in full if you haven’t done so already.