October 27th marks the return of California metal band Winds Of Plague with their brand new studio album "Blood Of My Enemy." It has been 4 years since their last album and in that time they have recruited a trio of musicians to take their music to the next level. Their new 12-song release begins with a short orchestration, before getting blown away by the shear force of the deathcore metal attack of "Nameless Walker." They showcase the band's power on the intense "Kings Of Carnage" and their unity and musicianship with the battle cry of "From Failure, Come Clarity." Winds Of Plague deliver the extreme metal of "Blood Of My Enemy" and "Snakeskin" as they make a claim for the top death metal band in the nation. They speed things up with the swift pace of "Never Alone," before finishing up their new album with the heavy hitting thunder of "A Walk Among The Dead" and the epic piece "Dark Waters." To find out more about Winds Of Plague and their latest release "Blood Of My Enemy," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/windsofplague.
English punk-rock band The Professionals have returned to release their
first album in 35 years. The band was created out of the ashes of the
Sex Pistols and had some chart success in the their home country in the
early eighties. The honeymoon would only last a couple of years, before
the break up of the band. In 2015, The Professionals reunited for some
shows in celebration of the band's box set "The Complete Professionals."
Now on October 27th, bandmates Paul Cook and Steve Jones reunite in the
studio to release their new album "What In The World." The album also
features a load of special guests like Mick Jones (The Clash), Duff
McKagen (Guns N Roses) and Phil Collen (Def Leppard) to name few. The
new ten-song release begins with the raw, garage-rock sound of "Good Man
Down" as Billy Duffy from The Cult lends a hand. Their punk roots come
shining through with Phil Collen on the high-energy of "Let Go" and
"Rewind," along with Mick Jones adding his iconic touch to "Extremadura." The
Professionals finish up their new album with the power punk attack of
"Monkeys" as Duff McKagen and Phil Collen team up to close the album out
strong. To find out more about The Professionals and their latest
release "What In The World," please visit cookandjones.co.uk.
Hardcore metal band Like Moths To Flames is preparing to release their
fourth studio album titled "Dark Divine." Their new 11-song release
kicks off with the atmospheric introduction of "New Plagues," before the
screaming vocals and shredding guitar riffs take over. The album
continues with the high-energy, mainstream metal appeal of "Nowhere Left
To Sink" and the adrenaline blast of "Dark Divine." They settle down
for the more hard rock melody of "Empty The Same," before the pace picks
back up for the hardcore attack of "From The Dust Returned." Like Moths
To Flames finish up their new album with the great radio single
"Glimpse" and the chugging rhythm of "False Idol." Like Moths To Flames
will be hitting the road at the beginning of November for a 2-month U.S.
tour. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new
album Dark Divine," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/likemoths.