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Wormrot to Release New Album 'Voices'

On Oct 14, Wormrot will release their new album, Voices. via Earache Records. Check out the cover art and track listing below. 59 more words


Album Review - Inkubus Sukkubus - Barrow Wake: Tales of Witchcraft and Wonder Vol. 1 (2016)

Availability: Inkubus Sukkubus, Spotify and YouTube (selective tracks)


Barrow Wake is a compilation album filled with reworks, remastered editions and remixes of Inkubus Sukkubus’ best known tracks across their twenty seven year career, as well as new material. 1,187 more words


After six years, Blackface drops new album

After six-year hiatus, former member of Plantashun Boiz, Blackface, on Friday dropped a new album, titled Defender. The long-awaited album which was due to have dropped in 2013, has 20 tracks and features Marvelous Beni, Azadus, Yung6ix, Skinnny Rose and others. 158 more words


Void King - There Is Nothing

 It’s the simple things in life that makes it worth living if you ask me. In music, a simple riff can make a world of difference, and even more can create an album truly worth remembering.  346 more words

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Work is underway on new Fleet Foxes album, possibly titled Crack-Up

Robin Pecknold recently reconvened Fleet Foxes after five years for a new album.

According to several recent posts on Pecknold’s Instagram page (via reddit), preliminary recording is underway with bandmate Skyler Skjelset. 414 more words


Periphery Stream "Periphery III: Select Difficulty" In Full

Periphery are streaming their new album, “Periphery III: Select Difficulty“, in its entirety. The effort was officially released today (July 22).

In other news, the band have also announced some Australian dates: 16 more words


Korn - Rotting in Vain (single)

 Korn is simply one of those bands that doesn’t need any sort of introduction. Recently, their musical styles have been subjected to . . . experimentation which is a good thing, but it’s important as a band that’s been around as long as these guys to go back to your roots every now and then. 339 more words

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