Sunday, December 6, 2020

New Releases From Heavy Metal Giants Killer Be Killed, BrokenRail and Between The Buried And Me

Heavy metal supergroup, Killer Be Killed have returned after six years with a brand new studio album titled "Reluctant Hero." Since the band is made up of members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Soulfly, Mastadon and Converge, it took time for them all to come together in the studio to create this new benchmark in heavy metal. The new eleven track release begins with the explosive and equally aggressive delivery of "Deconstructing Self-Destruction," which displays the special chemistry that this band has between its veteran members. Killer Be Killed continue their attack with the melodic modern metal sound of "Dream Gone Bad" and the pounding tribal rhythm of "Inner Calm From Outer Storms." Then be prepared to be blown away by the shear force of the hardcore sound of "Filthy Vagabond," before settling in for the progressive metal epic "From A Crowded Wound." The band wrap up their new album with the perfect blend of emotion and rage during "Comfort From Nothing," along with the metal/grunge build-up of "Reluctant Hero." To find out more about Killer Be Killed and their new album "Reluctant Hero," please visit

Also recently released was the brand new studio album "Beautiful Chaos" from one of the top American independent heavy metal bands, BrokenRail. It features ten exciting, mind-blowing tracks, beginning with the chugging guitar riffs and melodic chorus of "Beautiful Chaos," which proudly displays the band's growth since their last release. While the album's lead-single "Creatures," may be one of the heaviest, most aggressive tracks on the album, "California" has mainstream success written all over it, with it's up-tempo rhythm and stellar vocals. BrokenRail keeps the energy flowing with the heavy metal intensity of "Patterns," before finishing their new album with the dark, acoustic strumming ballad "Never Be The Same" and the explosive build-up of "Reignite." To find out more about BrokenRail and their latest release "Beautiful Chaos," please visit

Craft Recordings continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Between The Buried And Me debut with a new remastered and remixed version of the band's fifth studio album "Colors." It will arrive on December 11th as a double-LP and was remastered by the album's original producer Jamie King. The release has been named one of the top "prog-metal" albums of all-time and features some of Between The Buried And Me's most epic and aggressive pieces like "Sun Of Nothing" and "Ants Of The Sky." Even the album's shorter pieces like the opener "Foam Born (A) The Backtrack" and the instrumental "Viridian" display the band's more graceful, elegant tracks. Listening to this new, clean remastered/remixed version of the album will have you appreciating this timeless progressive metal album once again. To find out more about the new vinyl release of Between The Buried And Me's "Colors" album, please visit

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