Frail Grounds is a melodic death metal band from Oslo, Norway. They have a bi-polar mentality when it comes to their song writing as they attack the prog and melodic death senses. Also, the bands features some good ‘death’ growling as well as traditional metal singing. ‘The Fields of Trauma’ is a unique listen and it’s definitely worthy of a try.
Riddled with darkness, raw power and a fury that was in the hearts of the black metal barbarians that spawned in the 90′s is ever so present within the debut album from Nuklear Frost. An opening scream of “DIIEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” pretty much sets the tone on the second track after a bleak introduction. ‘Subjugation’ is without a doubt a no holds barred, no gimmicks, just straight to the point, kick your teeth in black metal. You are not ready.
I hate to jump the gun on this as only one source is making the report but Styleweekly reports that David Brockie was found in his apartment by his roommates Sunday evening and says close ‘numerous sources’ gave them the info.
“Roommates found Brockie’s body at his home Sunday evening, with friends and others posting condolences and remembrances across Facebook late into Monday morning. “I wish it was a joke,” says former band member Chris Bopst, a music writer for Style. “Everyone is in shock.”"
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As you’ve heard from this past week, Angela Gossow said “SEE YA!” to being a front woman for Arch Enemy and to ’enter a different phase in my life, be with my family and pursue other interests.’ My wife pointed out a good theory: She had a baby and just wants to be home with the child. I think that is a good reason to quit a band. Yet, even with that said, she will still manage the band and possibly still be a ‘voice’ for them in a PR sense, even though The Agonist’s Alissa White-Gluz has been chosen to take the spot and then part ways with her band. Whoa, so who took Alissa’s spot? A young lady named Vicky Psarakis. Now that the rosters have changed, let’s listen to what these new bands sound like. Starting with The Agonist.
Russia is cold, in many many ways. Frozen Ocean amplify that within their music as they focus on creating a more atmospheric, out of body experience. This approach makes for a great listen as you drift away and feel desolate. The band have released a new album recently “The Dyson Swarm” and it’ll definitely be reviewed on this website. Below, you can listen and enjoy the sounds Frozen Ocean provides for you. Out now on Kristallblut Records.
As warm as it is in Spain, these kvlt musicians keep things ice cold with their style of black metal. Frozen Dawn bring forth chilling music as well as darkness, perfect for those nights when you want to just settle down, light some candles, drink some red wine and sacrifice someone. Listen to the single below called “Banished, The Everlasting Confinement” from their new album Those Of The Cursed Light. Out on Xtreem Music this month!
Insomnium return next month with their new album Shadows Of The Dying Sun, due out April 28th in Europe and April 29th in North America via Century Media Records. For now though, we are allowed to enjoy one song and it’s quite a ‘Revelation”.
Unique Leader Records are on a roll this year as they prepare to roll out another fine album but this time from Beneath. You can view a new lyric video from the band called “Chalice” below. The new album, “The Barren Throne”, releases next month, adding to the fantastic list of releases launching in April and May.
One disgustingly great deathcore band that I thoroughly enjoy every time they release a new album is the fierce sounds of I DECLARE WAR. The anger, the hunger, the violence, the energy….it’s captivating and it’s addicting. I Declare War bring it every single time and this time is no different. I’m happy to report that this new jam is still as pissed off as every thing else they have ever written.