Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Century Media Artists Frozen Soul and Asphyx Ready New Heavy Metal Albums

New from Century Media Records is the debut album from the Texas death metal band, Frozen Soul. Their new ten track release titled "Crypt Of Ice" is a chugging onslaught attack of dark metal riffs and pounding, marching rhythms. They begin with the mystical opening of the title track that just break down the gate with it growling vocals and buzzsaw like guitar riffs. The intensity of "Arctic Stranglehold" and "Hand Of Vengeance" deliver a one-two punch to the eardrums, as the music is a solid blast of energy. The song "Mericless" is the perfect explanation for the type of music that Frozen Soul delivers, as their aggressive hardcore sound hits you with waves of power and chaos. They wrap up their new album with the quick-hitting, thrash metal delivery of "Beat To Dust" and "Faceless Enemy," along with the powerful doom/death metal combination of the album closer "Gravedigger." To find out more about Frozen Soul and their latest release "Crypt Of Ice," please visit facebook.com/frozensoultx.

Fellow Century Media Records' artists, Asphyx is releasing their tenth studio album titled "Necroceros" on January 22nd. This death metal juggernaut shows no signs of slowing down since their formation back in 1987. Their new ten track release is a mixture of aggressive, hard-hitting tracks like "The Sole Cure Is Death" and "Botox Explosion," along with a heavier doom metal appeal as displayed in "Molten Black Earth." Asphyx show us that they are more that chugging guitar riffs and speed metal pounding during their nearly eight-minute doom/progressive metal highlight "Three Years Of Famine." Hop on board and let Asphyx take you on an epic, sonic escape from the mundane. They finish off their new album with the high-powered attack of "Yield Or Die" and thunderous doom metal delivery of the title song "Necroceros." To find out more about Asphyx and their latest release "Necroceros," please visit facebook.com/officialasphyx

No comments: