Category: Release Weeks

Angellore – Rien Ne Devait Mourir

After three years of intensive work, French romantic doom metal masters ANGELLORE are now ready to lift the veil on their new magnum opus, Rien Ne Devait Mourir (nothing was meant to die). Composed of eight epic, well-varied songs for a full hour of enchanting music, this third album imposes itself as the darkest, most symphonic and ambitious work of the band to date.

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Disastroid – Mortal Fools

Mortal Fools was born in the bleak industrial wasteland at the outskirts of San Francisco, rising out of a hazy stew of mold, crushed beer cans, and cigarette smoke. The band worked hard to get a thick, sludgy sound on this album, while keeping the rough edges and noisy energy that they always strive for in their live shows. Mortal Fools is music to listen to while enjoying the slow, grinding collapse of modern society!

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Izthmi – The Arrow Of Our Ways

IZTHMI is a five piece band from Seattle that formed in 2016. “The Arrows Of Our Ways” is their debut full length album! Per IZTHMI, the concept of this album is “the journey of the self and finding solace through love in a time of extreme oppression and ecological detriment.” While the idea is abstract, it is successfully conveyed through their music. IZTHMI’s brand of black metal is difficult to squarely place in one category, but it is melodic, atmospheric, and progressive all at once. This could be due to their many influences: progressive black metal, doom metal, and noise/ambient. The riffs and chord progressions on this album are beautiful and captivating. Tracks seamlessly transition between breakneck black metal riffs and slower paced guitar harmonies. Don’t expect to hear raw black metal. The production on this album is fairly clean, which suits this style of black metal.

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Anvil – Legal At Last

ANVIL recorded the new disc at Soundlodge studios in Rhauderfehn in the northwest of Germany. Speaking about the LP’s musical direction, Reiner told The Metal Voice: “It’s just a continuation of what we’ve been doing for the last four or five years, really. Some very powerful riffs. It’s gonna be more smashing, crushing ANVIL.”

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