Posts Tagged ‘tracklisting’

Demon Hunter

Demon Hunter will release their new album Outlive through a partnership with Solid State Records on March 31. The album, which is the band’s eighth overall and the follow up to 2014’s Extremist, is now available for pre-order here.

Demon Hunter have also shared the track listing and the final two covers for Outlive. The covers revealed here are exclusive to both retail and to this pre-order. The first cover pictured is for the digital and CD versions. The second cover pictured is for the double vinyl. Check them out now!

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Xandria

German Epic Symphonic Metal stalwarts Xandria have found lineup stability with singer Dianne van Giersbergen and are ready to take things to the next level with their seventh studio album Theater of Dimensions. The album is a hyper-emotional affair that digs deep, lyrically speaking. It’s also an incredibly metallic effort. There is a soundtrack-like, orchestral finesse inherent to the compositions, echoed by pounding groove and sophisticated shredding. You can experience it for yourself with the brand new music video for the track “Call Of Destiny” inside! (more…)

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Amaranthe

Amaranthe, the cutting edge outfit with the triple lead vocal attack, can now reveal the title, artwork, and release date for their latest studio album.

Titled Maximalism and due out via Spinefarm Records on October 21, the album is a hyper-modern, metallic beast. It’s the band’s fourth record since first joining forces back in 2008; produced once again by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Epica, Delain) and mastered by Svante Forsback (Rammstein, Apocalyptica, Dragonforce), it sees the Swedish/Danish sextet delivering 12 new tracks that fully live up to the “bigger, bolder” promise of the title.

Maximalism is the follow-up to 2014’s breakthrough Massive Addictive (review). View the album art and track listing inside! (more…)

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Despised Icon

Montreal based deathcore pioneers, Despised Icon, will release their Nuclear Blast debut, Beast, on July 22. Today, the band has released a music video for the track “Bad Vibes”, directed by Jessy Fuchs of Slam Disques (Obey The Brave, Simple Plan). Watch it inside now!

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Revocation

Having delivered five killer albums boasting some of the most potent, technical and abrasive metal unleashed over the last decade, it would be easy for Revocation to sit back and rest upon their laurels. However, with their constant drive to push their sound ever forward and refusal to compromise their integrity, this could never be the case – and Great Is Our Sin is their most dynamic, boundary-pushing and weighty release to date.

Great Is Our Sin is slated for a July 22nd release date via Metal Blade Records. The first song from the album, entitled “Communion”, is available for streaming starting today. Listen to the track inside and head to http://www.metalblade.com/revocation to pre-order your copy of Great Is Our Sin today! (more…)

New Jersey noisemakers Toothgrinder have premiered the video for their song “The House (That Fear Built)” from their upcoming Spinefarm Records full-length debut Nocturnal Masquerade. Nocturnal Masquerade is due out January 29. The album is available for pre-order via iTunes and MerchNow.Additionally, Toothgrinder will hop in their van and spend the fall putting mileage on their vehicle and further perfecting their live show by touring with The Faceless and After the Burial, effectively reducing venues to smoldering piles of ash. View album info and tour dates inside.

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Details for Megadeth‘s highly anticipated 15th studio album have finally been revealed. Dystopia is scheduled for a Jan. 22, 2016 release date and the album art and full track listing have been released. Listen to the new track “Fatal Illusion” and get all the info inside! (more…)

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Fear Factory, 2015

The pioneers of industrial-tinged extreme metal, Fear Factory, will headline a U.S. tour in support of their upcoming album Genexus, directly following their run with Coal Chamber this July/August. View tour dates inside. (more…)


The hiatus is over! After a break that lasted nearly four years and a five year gap between albums, Disturbed is back in a big way. The band has just unleashed a new single called “The Vengeful One” and has announced the release of their sixth studio album, Immortalized, due out Aug. 21. Watch the new video and view album art and tracklisting inside: (more…)

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In 2012, Cattle Decapitation shocked the metal world with what was revered by fans and haters alike as their best album to date, Monolith Of Inhumanity (review). Here we are, three years later, Cattle Decapitation and Metal Blade Records are pleased to unveil to the world the band’s magnum opus with The Anthropocene Extinction, set for world wide release August 7th, 2015. View album info and tracklisting inside. (more…)

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Thy Art Is Murder

Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export Thy Art Is Murder, have revealed the cover art and track listing to their upcoming third studio album entitled, Holy War. Album cover and packaging photos were shot by band photographer Thomas Savage.

Produced and mixed by Will Putney (Suicide Silence, Exhumed, The Acacia Strain), Holy War is the band’s second release for Nuclear Blast Entertainment.  It will be available in various formats (digital; limited digi-pak + bonus track; assorted color vinyl; exclusive mail-order picture disc) and unleashed in North America on June 30th, in Europe & Australia on June 26th, and in the U.K. on June 29th. View album art and tracklisting inside. (more…)

Reunited 90’s nu-metallers, Coal Chamber (featuring Dez Fafara of DevilDriver) have debuted another track from its upcoming release, Rivals (due out May 19 via Napalm Records). The track, “Suffer In Silence” also features Ministry’s Al Jourgenson providing some guest backing vocals. I’m liking this track more than the previous taste of Rivals we had with, “I.O.U. Nothing.” “Suffer In Silence”‘s simplicity is reminiscent of material from the band’s 1997 self-titled debut, but also has a goth-like feel, reminding me of 1999’2 Chamber Music. (more…)