Metal News for June 28, 2015
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Atlantis Chronicles today reveals second album "Barton's Odyssey," which follows previous release "Ten Miles Underwater." The cover art by Par Olofsson can be seen below, and Atlantis Chronicles comments:
"Thousands of years before the age of the Atlanteans, in the middle of the XXth century A.D., a spark was born in the depths of unprecedented abysmal turmoil.
"Guided by the royal voice of Atlas, a man witnessed the end of a cycle, and became the harbinger of a new era. As rogue waves crashed on the shores and engulfed the plains, as deep blue displaced all other colors from the face of the earth, as terra firma was being completely erased, the resurgence of a forgotten island embodied the promise of an age of salvation.
"It's time for you, heirs of this immemorial voyage, to plunge into the odyssey of Otis Barton, the creator of our new collective hymn."
01 - The Odysseus
02 - Otis Barton
03 - Back To Hadotopia
04 - Within The Massive Stream
05 - Upwelling, part I
06 - Upwelling, part II
07 - Lights And Motions
08 - I, Atlas
09 - 50°S 100°W
10 - Modern Sailor's Countless Stories More...
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Our favorite TV/movie/video game shred master Eric Calderone is at it again, this time posting a "Fallout Meets Metal" video, which can be seen below. Eric comments:
"So one of the shining moments of E3 for a lot of us was Fallout 4. The first one I played was Fallout 2 back in '98 I think it was and have been loving not just the game but the idea of it ever since.
"I went to FB to get some suggestions from you all and decided to give the Fallout 3 theme a shot along with some oldie tunes, 'Blue Moon' - I didnt base it off of the Sinatra version in the game, and 'Ain't That A Kick In The Head.' I wish I could have included all the oldies but I need Tony Bennett with me :)
"I also did my best to accent the game as much as I could. Thank you guys so much for everything! It means the world. BIG BIG ups for always rocking my casbah!"
Romanian metal outfit Ianoda released a new lyric video today for the song "Omnibenevolence" - give it a listen below.
If you missed it, check out the band's previously posted first-ever track "Q Theodicy" by heading to this location.
Scottland's Cnoc An Tursa has checked in with the following announcement about recruiting a new vocalist and working on the follow-up to 2013 album "The Giants of Auld" (reviewed here):
"We would like to take this opportunity to welcome our new vocalist Scott Anderson into the fold. The band will enter LSD studio Lübeck Germany with the very talented Lasse Lammert to begin tracking drums for our 2nd album 'The Forty Five' in mid August."
Just For Fun
This one's for those of you keep up with the latest on SCOTUS: Coheed and Cambria performed an original song with excerpts entirely taken from Justice Scalia's recent dissenting opinions on the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage, both of which were just affirmed in America this week. Enjoy the nonsense below.
After successful radio single "Tell Me What To Do," it's time for song writer Gary Hughes to show us what he can do with a ballad. "This Love" is the second single to be lifted from Ten's new album "Isla De Muerta" and comes with a gorgeous lyric video created by the director of all previously released Firefest DVDs, Bernhard Kellerer of Transistor Pictures & Rocktopia.
"Isla de Muerta" will be the second outing for this current line-up and sees the boys build upon the foundation stones laid by the "Albion" release. The album's full track listing is:
01. (i) Buccaneers (Instrumental)
(ii) Dead Men Tell No Tales
02. Tell Me What To Do
04. This Love
05. The Dragon And Saint George
07. (i) Karnak (Instrumental)
(ii) The Valley Of The Kings
09. Angel Of Darkness
10. The Last Pretender
11. We Can Be As One (European Bonus) More...
Darktribe has made available for streaming a new song from the band’s upcoming album "The Modern Age." Listen to "A Last Will" below as the album is prepped for a Julyrelease.
Darktribe formed in 2009 and recorded first EP "Natural Defender" that same year. The band quickly evolved into a powerful live act and in 2012 they released debut album "Mysticeti Victoria" on German label Massacre Records. New album "The Modern Age" will be available starting from July 21st on Scarlet Records, and the track listing is as follows:
2. Red House Of Sorrow
3. My Last Odyssey
4. The Modern Age
5. A Last Will
6. No Train To Earth
7. Holy Water Day
8. Wild Call
10. Anthem For A Planet
11. Darkside Of Imagination More...
Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Hansel and Gretel and A Christmas Carol. These are stories that we all know and in the case of metal fans, another story everyone knows is that of Metallica. However, since it’s the three hundredth edition of Sunday Old School (hooray for us,) we'll be marking the landmark with a look at one of metal’s biggest bands, even if we do all know the documented story by now. A band which has always been both revered and reviled but continued to do things their way throughout their illustrious career. A band known simply as, Metallica.
The group was the brain child of a young, Danish heavy metal fanatic named Lars Ulrich, who had gone as far as to travel to Europe to see his heroes, Diamond Head, eventually staying with the band for a month. Upon returning to the United States, where he had lived since his teenage years, he was determined to form his own band, inspired massively by the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, even name dropping groups from the movement such as Tygers of Pan Tang in his advertisement looking for like minded musicians, which answered by Leather Charm guitarists, James Hetfield and Hugh Tanner, though Metallica itself would not be formed until five months later, when the drummer asked Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel if his band could appear on their forthcoming, "Metal Massacre" compilation. More...
Motörhead is streaming pro-shot live footage of the band's June 26 performance at the Glastonbury Festival in Glastonbury, England.
Check out "The Ace Of Spades" now below.