Thursday, March 12, 2020

New Music From Pavement Entertainment Artists A Lost Asylum, ZombieKing and Ravenscroft

Just last month, we saw the arrival of the full-length debut album from the female-fronted, West Coast metalcore band, A Lost Asylum. Their new self-titled release features ten tracks, beginning with the growling vocals and swift pace of "Whore! No More!," which also includes a melodic chorus. They deliver a more mainstream metal sound with "Call Of The Void 2," while "Broken Beyond Repair" is a high energy rocker, which features a collaboration with vocalist JT Tollas. A Lost Asylum take a step back from the aggressive nature of their music to showcase their softer side with the emotional ballad "Misery." They close out their new album with the high-powered intensity of "One Little Piece At A Time" and the thunderous conclusion of "Safe In Pieces." To find out more about A Lost Asylum and their new self-titled debut release, please visit alostasylum.com.


Arriving on Friday the 13th, is the Pavement Entertainment debut from ZombieKing. Their new five track release, titled "Dead To Life" carries a modern hardcore metal vibe, as they come blasting down the door with the opening song "Dead At The Scene." The music is intense and powerful, while also keeping you drawn in to song's lyrics and message. They keep the energy flowing right through the battle-cry of "Kings," before finishing off their new short release with the southern, hard rock groove of "Texas Sky." To find out more about ZombieKing and their latest release "Dead To Life," please visit facebook.com/ZombieKingOfficial.



The following week on March 20th features the arrival of the new album from Ravenscroft. Their new eight track release titled "See Through" features five new original tracks, one cover songs and a couple of remixes. They begin with the big, hard rock sound of "Always Falling," which brings together elements of nu-metal and alternative rock to create a very addictive sound. The album continues with the more radio-friendly delivery of "Anything," before flexing their metal muscle with the intensity of "Vengeance Is Mine." Ravencroft cover NIN's "Head Like A Hole," which keeps the song's edginess, while also delivering the song's original hard-hitting, aggressive nature. Ravencroft finish up their new release with electronic dance remixes of a couple of the album's tracks ("Anything" and "See Through"). To find out more about Ravencroft and their latest release "See Through," please visit ravenscroftofficial.com.

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