Tag Archives: album announcements

One Machine Unveils “The Final Cull” Cover Art & Track Listing

One Machine Unveils “The Final Cull” Cover Art & Track Listing One Machine, the brainchild of acclaimed guitarist/songwriter Steve Smyth (Testament, Nevermore, Forbidden, Dragonlord, Vicious Rumors), recently announced the impending release of their second full-length album, The Final Cull, out on September 18th worldwide via Scarlet Records. Today, the band …

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Mother Engine – Exclusive Vinyl Edition of ‘Absturz’

Mother Engine – Exclusive Vinyl Edition of ‘Absturz’ Mother Engine plays instrumental rock music influenced by the current stoner and post rock scenes, the psychedelic rock of the 60s/70s and the native krautrock scene.  Founded in 2011 and following gigs at ‘Desertfest’, ‘Stoned from the Underground Festival’, or ‘Keep it low …

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Powerwolf Celebrate Exclusive Music Video Premiere for ‘Army Of The Night’

Powerwolf Celebrate Exclusive Music Video Premiere for ‘Army Of The Night’ Heavy Metal masters Powerwolf celebrate a worldwide music video première or let’s say a Powerwolf ceremony in the form of “Army Of The Night“ Come & celebrate the special music video première for “Army Of The Night” This is definitely another …

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Artillery return to studio this summer to record new album

Artillery return to studio this summer to record new album Danish thrash battalion, Artillery, have just undertaken their United Legions Tour 2015 of the USA. They will embark upon their first ever tour of China commencing in Beijing on 30th April and concluding in Tangshan on 10th May. Visit https://www.facebook.com/ARTILLERY.DK for a full listing of dates. Guitarist …

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Failure to release new album The Heart is a Monster 6/30

Los Angeles-based trio FAILURE will release The Heart Is A Monster, the band’s follow-up to 1996’s Fantastic Planet, on June 30 via INgrooves Music Group’s artist services division, INresidence. “Trying to follow up Fantastic Planet was a bit daunting,” said Ken Andrews, who mixed the 18-song collection with the band …

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