Sep 212014

I haven’t had much blog time available since last Thursday because of job-related travel and activities, so I’ve fallen behind in posting about new songs and videos that I think you might enjoy. To catch up, I’m including a giant fuckload of them in this two-part post. And in a rare display of brevity, I’m letting the music speak for itself.

I’ve also salted this post with a smattering of older music that I discovered only recently. So here we go, presenting the music in alphabetical order by band name. Part 2 will follow late today.


New Video: “Slaves”
Album: Massive Cauldron of Chaos (to be released in NorthAm on Sept 30)
Band location: Norway
Label: Season of Mist








New Song: “I: Citadel Alunar”
Album: Alunar (I’m not sure when it will be released)
Label: Fallen Empire
Band location: The band is the one-man project of Ukrainian Markov Soroka (Eternium), who now lives in the U.S.







Song: “Brother (Mechanical)”
Album: Killer Each of You (2002)
Label: Father
Band location: Latvia (split up)






New song and lyric video:  “Moist Purple Skin”
Album: Redeeming Filth (release date: Nov 21, 2014)
Label: Agonia
Band location: Sweden







New song: “Burning Divine Domination”
Album: Hollow Dominion (release date: Sept 30)
Label: Lavadome Productions
Band location: The Czech Republic






Song: “Prayer of Vengeance”
Album: Legend of Shadow (2013)
Label: Disk Union
Band location: Japan兀突骨/137420836295935


  4 Responses to “OVERFLOWING STREAMS (PART 1)”

  1. i love the songs by Centinex and Destroying Divinity 🙂

  2. The 1349 song wasn’t half bad, certainly the most interesting I’ve heard from them since Hellfire

    • Go back to Demonoir… there are some GREAT songs on Demonoir. Massively under-rated album.

      Although I also like “Revelations…” so… what do I know?

  3. Loving 1349, and that Centinex track has some lyrical GOLD – “Shit fucking happens, what can I say?” made my day.

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