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Atreyu (metal) posts video for first single from new album

California metal band Atreyu has a much-anticipated new album in the works.  Long Live will be released on September 18th through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, and the band has released a video for the title track to fans who are eagerly awaiting the new release.  You can check out the new song below, and watch a teaser trailer for the new album here.

The band last released Covers of the Damned back in 2010.



Bring Me The Horizon sign to Columbia Records

British metalcore act Bring Me The Horizon have officially signed to major label Columbia Records. The label will release the band’s upcoming album, which the band has been teasing about all year. Earlier this week the band released a new song, “Happy Song,” which showcases even more the band’s transition into a more mainstream rock sound.

The new album will be the follow-up to Sempiternal, which was released through Epitaph Records in April 2013.



Members of Heartsounds form new band Wilderness Dream, stream debut EP

Ben Murray and Trey Derbes (vocalist/guitarist and drummer, respectively) of Californian melodic punk band Heartsounds have formed a new thrash metal project with Ryan Hansen (Light This City) and Bret Fontaine (The Business End) called Wilderness Dream. This band is a far departure from Heartsounds, and seems more of a fun project for the guys instead of a serious band. The band have just released their debut self-titled digitally, which can be streamed in its entirety below.  A physical copy will be available soon.

Ben Murray on the band: “Trey and I have started a new band with our friends Ryan Hansen (who played in Light This City with Laura and I) and Bret Fontaine (The Business End) on bass. It is called WILDERNESS DREAM. It’s very different from Heartsounds, but you can hear some of HS in this too, I’d imagine. Regardless, it’s fast and pissed and only requires 14 minutes of your time.”

Wilderness Dream released their self-titled EP today, July 14th, through Murray’s Creator Destructor Records and can be purchased here. A vinyl of the album will be released on October 13, and can be pre-ordered here.



Crumbsuckers to release three rare early recordings

Dave Brady, former frontman of the legendary Metal/Hardcore group Crumbsuckers has just announced plans to release a trio of never-before heard early recordings. The first, “Demos”, will feature early renditions of the tracks that would later appear on their debut album “Life Of Dreams”. The second, “Basement Tapes”, will feature early/alternative cuts meant for private revision. Finally, “Live At CBGB 1984-1985″ comes straight from the holy CBGB soundboards.

“Direct from my personal archive of recordings comes the early days of Crumbsuckers material,” commented Brady. “These are some of the earliest surviving recordings of the band, and you can hear the progress from our punk rock roots to what would be called the ‘crossover’ days of the mid-80s. This is the whole enchilada.”

All three albums will be released on July 24 via Dead City Records.



Bring Me The Horizon premiere new song titled “Happy Song”

British metalcore act Bring Me The Horizon are streaming a new song, “Happy Song.” You can check it out below.

Bring Me the Horizon have been teasing new music for 2015 and this seems to be the start. A new album will be the follow-up to Sempiternal, which was released via Epitaph Records in April 2013.



Between the Buried and Me release “Coma Ecliptic” today

Progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me have released their new album today via Metal Blade Records.  Their latest effort, Coma Ecliptic, was described by Rolling Stone as a “68-minute cosmic eclipse,” can be purchased here.

You can check out the track listing for Coma Ecliptic and see upcoming U.S. tour dates for Between the Buried and Me below.



Full Album Stream: Between the Buried and Me – ‘Coma Ecliptic’

Between the Buried and Me are streaming their upcoming album, Coma Ecliptic. You can check it out here.

Between the Buried and Me will release Coma Ecliptic on July 7, 2015 via Metal Blade Records. It serves as the follow-up to their last album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, which came out in 2012.



New Video: Miss May I – “I.H.E.”

 

Miss May I will release their new record, Deathless on August 7, 2015 via Rise Records, and you can get an idea of what to expect by checking out their new video, “I.H.E.,” below.

 

Deathless will be the follow up to Miss May I’s 2014 album, Rise of the Lion, also on Rise Records. You can pre-order Deathless right here.



Carcass to embark on “Deathcrusher” tour with Napalm Death, Obituary, Voivod and Herod

Iconic grindcore/extreme metal act Carcass will embark on the UK and European “Deathcrusher” tour this fall with Napalm Death, Obituary, Voivod and Herod. The dates and locations are below.

Carcass bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker on the tour, “Off the back of touring the U.S. with Obituary and Australia and New Zealand with Napalm Death, we thought it would be cool to combine both tours into something special…and given that Napalm Death had just toured the U.S. with Voivod, why not invite them also along for the ride?

Carcass has wanted to do a Euro tour for a while now, we’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity, and this is IT!

Save your pennies for the heaviest tour of the fall and see it LIVE before it gets uploaded to YouTube on low-quality camera phones!”



Atreyu to release “Long Live” in September

Atreyu have announced that they will release their long-awaited new album Long Live on September 18th through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records. Pre-orders of the album, which will serve as the follow-up to 2009′s Congregation of the Damned, go on sale July 17th.

About Long Live, frontman Alex Varkatzas told AltPress, “Having us come back together now—this feels like the missing link record. It feels like the record we would’ve made after A Death-Grip on Yesterday. In my mind, we’re starting there.”

A teaser trailer promoting Long Live can be viewed here.



Danzig releases more details on upcoming covers album

Danzig‘s Glenn Danzig recently announced some additional information about his upcoming cover album.  Tentatively titled Skeletons, the album is set to be released as early as next month.  Danzig plans to cover songs by  Black Sabbath, ZZ Top, the Troggs, the Everly Brothers, the Litters, Davie Allan, and more.

Danzig isn’t letting the grass grow under his feet:  in addition to the new album, Danzig will be touring this July with Pennywise and Cancer Bats.  You don’t want to miss that, and you can find out more about it here.



Miss May I announce ‘Deathless’ LP; stream new single

Miss May I will release their new record, Deathless on August 7, 2015 via Rise Records, and you can get an idea of what to expect by checking out their new single, “I.H.E.,” below.

Deathless will be the follow up to Miss May I’s 2014 album, Rise of the Lion, also on Rise Records. You can pre-order Deathless right here



Between The Buried and Me stream “Famine Wolf”

Progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me are streaming yet another single from their upcoming album Coma Ecliptic. It is titled “Famine Wolf” and you can give it a listen here.

Coma Ecliptic is slated to be released July 7th via Metal Blade Records. The band’s most recent album The Parallax II: Future Sequence was released on October 9, 2012.



Lyric Video: Nuclear Assault – “Analogue Man In A Digital World”

Crossover thrash legends Nuclear Assault have posted a lyric video for their song “Analogue Man In A Digital World,” off their new EP Pounder.

You can check it out below.

Pounder was released digitally and on CD yesterday, June 1st, via Sidipus Records, and a vinyl version is set to follow on June 29 via Dry Heave Records.



Elitist stream “Vision Red”, announce self-titled album

Los Angeles metal group Elitist are streaming their new song “Vision Red”. It will appear on their upcoming self titled album.

You can give it a listen below.

Their self-titled album will be released June 30th via Equal Vision Records.