Tuesday, September 18, 2018

New Music Ariving From Metal Blade Records Artists Revocation, Anaal Nathrakh and Behemoth

Arriving at the end of the month are a couple of new releases from Metal Blade Records artists Revocation and Anaal Nathrakh. Death-Metalist Revocation have taken a step back from their progressive side on their new album "The Outer Ones" to deliver more concise metal anthems with precision, as featured on the opener "Of Unworldly Origin." The band's amazing musicianship will continue to electrify your senses on the tracks "Blood Atonement" and "The Outer Ones," as Revocation continue to break-through the boundaries of death metal music. They finish up their new album with the high-powered instrumental attack of "Ex Nihilo" and the seven-minute prog-metal anthem "A Starless Darkness." To find out more about Revocation and their latest release "The Outer Ones," please visit revocationband.com.

Next, we have the latest release from fellow death metal band Anaal Nathrakh. Their new album titled "A New Kind Of Horror" is the band's tenth studio release and its theme revolves around the first world war. They come blasting out of the gate with the blazing speed and hardcore vocals of "Obscene As Cancer." The album continues to ignite the death metal flame with the frenzy of "The Reek Of Fear" and "The Apocalypse Is About You!" Anaal Nathrakh finish up their new album with the battle-cry anthem of "Vi Coactus" and the epic closer of "Are We Fit For Glory Yet? (The War To End Nothing)." To find out more about Anaal Nathrakh and their latest release "A New Kind Of Horror," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/Anaalnathrakhofficial.

Then, arriving the first week of October is the latest album from Polish death metal giants Behemoth. Their new release titled "I Loved You At Your Darkest" is anything but a love story, as they begin their new 12-song album with the children's chant of "Solve." Their sound quickly escalades with the intense pounding rhythm of "Wolves ov Siberia" and the growling vocals of "God = Dog." Behemoth flex their doom metal muscle on the slow burning epic of "Bartzabel," before picking up the speed once again the aggressive metal attack of "Angelvs XIII." They finish up their new album with the power and might of "Sabbath Master," the guitar driven energy of "Rom 5:8" and the two-minute intense instrumental "Coagvla." To find out more about Behemoth and their latest release "I Loved You At Your Darkest," please visit behemoth.pl.

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