Victory Records recording artists, Jungle Rot are celebrating 25 years together with a brand-new, self-titled album, which is being released on July 20th. It features 10 tracks that shows a band that has no signs of slowing down, as they kick things off with the intense speed of "Send Forth Oblivion." Their aggressive attack continues with the chugging guitar riffs of "A Burning Cinder" and the sonic blast of "Fearmonger" as you can feel the band's iconic death metal sound in your bones. Jungle Rot deliver the shout-along chorus of "Stay Dead," before closing their new album with the progressive metal appeal of "Glory For The Fallen" and the pounding drums of "Terrible Certainty." To find out more about Jungle Rot and their new self-titled album, please visit jungle-rot.com.
Also arriving July 20th through Rise Records is the debut album from The Devil Wears Prada vocalist Mike Hranica's and his new project, God Alone. The new release titled "Bend Shoulders" features a dozen tracks that allows Mike to stretch out his musical adventures. The album kicks off with the frenzy of "Tiny Bantam" as the music hits you like a solid wall of sound. The rawness of "Heavy Metal" and the dark, goth-like melody of "Firehouse" showcase the band's diversity. They continue their new release with the industrial metal appeal of "Milk Drinkers" and the guitar buzz of "My Sabbath." God Alone wrap things up with the thunderous rhythm of "David" and doom metal feel of "Dreadnaught." To find out more about God Alone and their latest release "Bent Shoulders," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/godaloneband.
Touring rockers Earth Groans are following up their debut release with a new 5-song EP titled "Rehab." As the band continues to hit the road, they decided to give their fans more hardcore metal music, as the album kicks off with the screaming onslaught of "Reign." The music will simply blow you away with its shear force and speed, as in "Avarice." The band shows no signs of slowing down as the intense vocal delivery of "Allure" and chugging guitar riffs of "By Faith" close out their new release with an aggressive attack that will leave you wanting more from this band. To find out more about Earth Groans and their latest release "Rehab," please visit earthgroans.com.