For the second day in a row, I’m afraid I’m going to have to throw some new music your way without the enormous benefit of me telling you what it sounds like. I really do like all of these new songs and I wish I had time to explain why, but it’s an NFL playoff weekend and the Seattle oceanic raptors are playing today and I’ll be biting my nails in front of the TV instead of blogging.
Anyway, here’s a big collection of recently released songs from different genres of metal that I heard over the last 24 hours that I hope you’ll like, presented in alphabetical order. (Go Hawks.)
It’s been two and a half years since we last wrote about this Indiana band, but they finally have some new music. It’s a single called “The Integral Path”, available on Bandcamp. (Thanks to Booker for the tip on this one.)
These are two songs now streaming on Bandcamp from this Parisian band’s new album Voix, due for release on February 5.
CONSTRUCT OF LETHE
Construct of Lethe are a multi-national band. Via Bandcamp, they released a free album called Corpsegod on January 1. Listen to the first track below, “Lamashtu”, and if you like it, just let the stream keep running.
This is a stand-alone single named “Dodecahedron” released by a Norwegian band named INI.
The song is “The Hellwraith”, and it comes from this North Carolina band’s new album Bedlam, scheduled for release on January 14.
The next song is “Frostbitten”, and it’s by an Italian band named Vinterblot. The album is entitled Realms of the Untold, and it will be released by the Irish label Nemeton Records on January 25.
Here’s a rough mix of a song called “Haze Bore Darkness” from this band’s debut demo tape, which will be released in the first half of this year by Iron Bonehead Productions.
The last song in this collection is “Burn Well”, which appears on the forthcoming album by these Canadian grind terrorists, Sowing the Seeds of A Worthless Tomorrow. It will be released in NorthAm by Nerve Altar Records and in Europe by Everydayhate and 7Degrees Records.