Tag: melodic death metal

At The Gates | To Drink From The Night Itself

Swedish melodic death metal pioneers, At The Gates, are preparing to release their second album, “To Drink From The Night Itself“, since reuniting in 2010 , on May 18 via Century Media Records. Continue reading

Amon Amarth New Album!

The Swedish berserkers Amon Amarth have now announced that they’ll release a new album, Jomsviking, on March 25 via Metal Blade. Continue reading

5 INSOMNIUM Songs You Have To Know!

With Insomnium’s Show in Dubai around the corner, we decided to put a list of the 5 must-listen-to Insomnium songs, for the people who are still having any doubts about attending the concert: Continue reading

The Black Dahlia Murder: Abysmal – Album Review

The Melodic Death Metal band known as “The Black Dahlia Murder” have promised us a gruesome unpolished raw album in one of their interviews. That’s what we would expect from a band named after a terrible and nauseating crime. But this is no new band, for they have been around since 2001 and hold 6 albums in their record, with “Abysmal” being the seventh.

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Quadmental, The Quadrangle Hazmieh – July 25 & 26

Location: The Quadrangle, Hazmieh

Date: July 25-26

Ticket: 19,000LL + 1 Beer (Sold separately for each day)

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The Black Dahlia Murder’s New album: Raw, Gross, and Heavy

Album number 7 is officially done through the recording phase.

And we must say, that was somehow fast, since as we recall, the band (Ryan Knight) announced they will start working on the new album back in February during the NAMM Show (check out video at bottom). Continue reading

Carcass: Brewing Something New

It was in 2013 that Carcass released a full LP titled “Surgical Steel” which was followed by an EP titled “Surgical Remission/Surplus Steel”. The full LP was released after a much prolonged hiatus lasting from 1995 till 2007.

The news of the new album was revealed in an interview between Carcass guitarist Bill Steer and Rabid Noise.
check out the interview below:

But what’s “different” according to Carcass? I mean, they have played a wide variety of metal genres throughout their career… What do you think Carcass is cooking?

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