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  • BLACK TUSK come storming back with their earth-shaking new album TCBT. This is the band's most articulate sonic vision yet, and delivers signature levels of BLACK TUSK aggression with their most developed songwriting to date.
  • HORRENDOUS explode out of the underground with their incredible new album 'Idol'. Drawing inspiration from both personal and national crises, 'Idol's' music is a methodical and unapologetic take on dynamic, progressive death metal. The highly anticipated new album sees HORRENDOUS at the highest echelon of their musical creativity to date. Thematically, the ambitious new album is an exploration of defeat, of the gods we build in our minds to escape the responsibility of action and change as we relinquish our agency. The music in 'Idol' mimics this act of deity building, with sprawling compositions that are imposing in scope and mirror the great turmoil of our times. Tracks such as
  • KEN mode unleash the caustic new album 'Loved'. The new album sees the Juno-winning power-trio (in the most literal sense of the term) return to their noise-rock roots in the most thunderous of ways. KEN (Kill Everyone Now) Mode, led by the brothers Matthewson (guitarist/vocalist Jesse & drummer Shane), deploy waves of unnerving atonal riffage, churning bass propulsion, pummeling drums and vocals that positively drip with venom. Like some of the genre's finest albums, everything about 'Loved' is on overdrive, and delivered with a morose cynicism to ensure uneasy listening. For two decades, crafting forward-thinking heavy rock has been KEN Mode's raison d'etre, and 'Loved' is yet another outstanding addition to their vital catalog.
  • One of the forerunners of Australia's thriving progressive scene, CIRCLES unveil their long-awaited new album 'The Last One'. The album sees the quartet hone their blend of melody and muscle into a sharper and more dynamic force. Dramatic vocals bring an emotional crescendo to their deeply sophisticated and hard-edged progressive rock. 'The Last One' is fierce and forward-thinking, and adds a new level to CIRCLES burgeoning legacy.
  • Belgian death metal titans CARNATION explode out of the underground with their debut album 'Chapel of Abhorrence'. A blood-soaked slab of ripping, old-school death, it builds upon the momentum of their chainsaw riffs and thunderous drumming. With 'Chapel of Abhorrence', CARNATION eschew the frills that obscure the essence of the genre, and stake their claim as purveyors of raw, honest, and completely pulverizing metal. Death awaits!
  • 'Future Cult', the harrowing new album from THE LION'S DAUGHTER, is the epitome of horror put to sound. A sonic harbinger of the end of time, 'Future Cult' blends their harsh and unforgiving modern metal with creeping synths inspired by 70's and 80's horror and sci-fi scores. 'Future Cult' weaves tension, anger, violence and malevolence as THE LION'S DAUGHTER contemplate a new dawning for man in a post-apocalyptic world. The new God, the new animal, the new cult of desolation and terror; the new hopelessness. 'Future Cult' is a suspenseful and horrific study in terror.
  • Iceland's KONTINUUM make their long awaited return with their new album 'No Need to Reason'. KONTINUUM aim to create hypnotic and spiritual musical noise, and 'No Need to Reason' sees them exploring more somber and contemplative undertones. The powerful songwriting and gossamer melodies of
  • CRAFT return to strike terror once again with their long-awaited new album 'White Noise and Black Metal'. Their first new album in over seven years, 'White Noise and Black Metal' sees the notorious and highly influential Swedish black metal band reclaiming their throne as one of the most intimidating and caustic entities in the underground. A cold and calculated attack on hope and the light, CRAFT spew nihilism and negativity in its purest forms. 'White Noise and Black Metal' is a true manifesto of hostility, and a testament to the genre's most elite and uncompromising band!
  • Iceland's ARSTIDIR unveil 'Nivalis', their long-awaited new album and follow up to 2015's critically-acclaimed 'Hvel'. On 'Nivalis', the trio steer their unique and moving indie-folk in a more subtle contemporary rock direction without sacrificing any of their hallmark beauty and grace. Tracks unfold with poise and purpose, revealing gossamer melodies that resonate long beyond listening. ARSTIDIR have come into their own as a world-class act, and 'Nivalis' is a stirring and elegant study in music's timeless qualities.

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