Tag Archives: melodic death metal

Cimbric Yarns From Suidakra

After 24 years of band history, Suidakra release their thirteenth studio album Cimbric Yarns on 16th November through AFM Records. Instead of their characteristic bombastic melodic death metal, the musicians offer an acoustic, ambient work that takes the audience into a mystical land far before time. Cimbric Yarns is based on a fantasy world that was created during the artwork/soundtrack collaboration ...

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Scar Symmetry’s Henrik And Per Discuss First Four Tracks From New Album ‘The Singularity (Phase 1 – Neohumanity)’

Swedish Melodic Death Metal monoliths Scar Symmetry released new album The Singularity (Phase 1 – Neohumanity) and the follow up to much acclaimed magnum opus The Unseen Empire on October 6 via Nuclear Blast. This new offering is the first part of a trilogy of releases and we asked the lads if they would share a bit more info on the ...

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Soilwork announce March 2014 UK tour

Swedish melodic death metal group Soilwork have announced a small string of UK dates for next March. The group recently played a sold out, one off show at Camden’s Underworld which was the band’s first UK appearance in 4 years. The sextet were originally announced for Hammerfest 2014 earlier this year but have now added these extra dates. Check out their tour schedule ...

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Deadlock reveal new video for ‘The Great Pretender’

German melodic death metallers Deadlock have revealed a brand new video. The video features the track The Great Pretender which is the opening song on the band’s latest record, The Arsonist. The group have been enjoying substantial success with the album after it opened in the German charts at #82, nice one guys! Check out the awesome new video below! ...

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The Black Dahlia Murder announce ‘Everblack’

Michigan 4-piece The Black Dahlia Murder have announced the title, artwork and release date for their upcoming 6th studio album. The boys will be releasing Everblack on June 10th via Nuclear Blast records. Vocalist Trevor Strnad commented on the lyrical themes for the album: “The opening track is the first actual song we’ve done about the Black Dahlia. This one is ...

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