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Henriette B Premieres New Video For "Bravery"

Having released two EPs, a single and having toured much of Europe, Henriette B are now gearing up to release their new single "Bravery," and Metalunderground.com brings you the exclusive premiere of the music video. Hailing from Tavannes, Switzerland, the metalcore quintet have previously played alongside the likes of Caliban, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Unearth, Miss May I, Texas In July, Anthrax, Breakdown Of Sanity, Dagoba, and Benighted, whilst also appearing at festivals such as Impericon Festival. Delivering a raw, focused, and melodic take on modern metalcore, their suitably explosive new single "Bravery" combines an unyielding foray of styles and influences which unite technical and visceral instrumentation with moments of transfiguring elevation.

Taking influence from artists such as August Burns Red, ERRA, Phinehas and Polaris, the band are still able to leave their own signature mark on the record. "We've always been interested in finding the perfect blend of power, melody and technicality," says Vincent Simonin (guitars), "we’re taking real care to see our music evolve but still want to feel that each song is imbued with our collective character."

Henriette B is:

Nicolas Py – Vocals
Vincent Simonin – Guitar
Thierry Grundbacher – Guitar
Fabien Voumard – Bass
Fabio Duro – Drums

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Infrared Posts Full Album Stream of New Album

Prior to its official release, Metalunderground.com has the exclusive premiere of Ottawa thrashers Infrared's new album, "Saviours." The album being self-released by the band and is due out May 25th.

The band commented on the album's release:

"Infrared is extremely excited to release our sophomore album 'Saviours' to the world today. This has been in the works for about 2 years now and is something we are very proud of. 'Saviours' has fulfilled a goal of ours to create some brand new music the way we know how, with an old school 80s thrash feel along with a contemporary sound that encompasses our influences beyond the 80s. While not explicitly a concept album, the album is heavily themed on the idea of false 'Saviours' who claim to do good for others but are really self serving in their intentions. We like to inspire independent thought and a cautious view of the intentions of those who promote themselves as leaders. This message has been captured with 8 brand new songs that highlight the diversity in which this band makes music. While all songs stay true to our roots, they each offer a piece of what Infrared has to offer our fans. From fast and thrashy to melodic and dramatic, 'Saviours' delivers a punch from start to finish."

The tracklisting for "Saviours" is as follows:

1. Project Karma
2. The Demagogue
3. Saviour
4. The Fallen
5. All in Favour
6. They Kill for Gods
7. Father of Lies
8. Genocide Convention

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Track-by-Track for The Order of Elijah's New Album

Today Metalunderground.com has the exclusive track-by-track breakdown for The Order of Elijah’s new album, “Pathos. Logos. Ethos.” by lead vocalist Shannon Low. “Pathos. Logos. Ethos.” is out now on Luxor Records.

1. E Pluribus Unum - This song is a message from the American Government to YOU. They had quite a bit to say. Don't kill me, I'm just the messenger ;)

2. Highly Functioning Sociopath - This was one of the first attempts at writing about myself in a universal fashion. I think many of us, deep down, are becoming highly functioning sociopaths. Due to the overwhelming charge of being a human, many of us can only reflect on the past in order to determine why we are the way we are. This song is about finding strengths in your weaknesses and finding weaknesses in your enemies strengths.

3. Meaning of Life - This song is a direct referral to the notion that secularists cannot have meaning nor morality without adhering to a mythological god belief. It seems borderline unstable to say that one would be out killing and raping if they were to simply come to the conclusion that their beliefs are driven by sheer circumstance and localized tradition. This song highlights some of the imperative parts of our existence in a universal aspect that life is already beautiful and amazing without fairies in the garden.

4. Kill Your Masters - This song has a satirical twist on our society's addiction to screens. The song is urging the listener to look up and take in the beauty of the world rather than dedicate your hours to a slightly radiated screen of bright colors. America has become the consuming capital of the world and our addiction to screens is highly correlated with that disorder.

5. 1% - The elite rich dictate much of our daily lives. Depending on what the top 1% bourgeois are concerned with at that time in history determines what the rest of us are concerned with at that time in history. Corporations determine the clothes we wear, the topics we discuss, and the leaders we follow. This song is about those people. Musically, it turned out to be one of the most innovative songs we have composed over the years.

6. Hitchens Butterfly - This song was point blank written out of anger, which is rare for me. The music is some of the heaviest riffs we have compiled, occasionally reminding me of early Suicide Silence. We intentionally made this one out to be brutal in order to highlight the angry lyrics. Plus I had to give a shout out to my man Christopher Hitchens ;)

7. Cut From The Strings - This song is discussing ideas in the form of addiction. In our rampant, modern-day culture, ideas are extremely contagious. News sources are undependable which leave the public at risk of believing whatever appeals closest to their own biases. This is happening on every side of the spectrum. Cut From the Strongs is about separating oneself from that addictive behavior toward ideas and learning to rely on critical thinking and humanism to determine reality.

8. Secular Nation - Secular Nation is speaking from The People unto the elitists. Claiming independence from meaningless thought crimes that society dictates as a norm. The song eventually takes a stance against outdated ideologies and passes the baton to a more scientifically enriched civilization.

9. Nothing But Sky - This song is written about overcoming the shackles of dogma through a series of empowering gestures. The tempo is upbeat and energetic while the lyrics begin as a frantic overlay of realizations.

10. Answers - This song strikes me as a heavy ballad. I left it last on the album for a reason. The lyrics are somewhat of a letter to our older fans. I was hesitant to put this one on the album but she seemed to fit. This song was our attempt to step outside of our normal writing box.

Check out the band's latest video for "Highly Functioning Sociopath" below:

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Akhenaten Premiere "Dragon Of The Primordial Sea"

Hailing from Manitou Springs, CO blackened mesopotamian death metal band Akhenaten have teamed up with us to exclusively premiere a new song titled "Dragon Of The Primordial Sea", taken from their upcoming new album "Golden Serpent God", which will be out in stores May 31 via Satanath Records (Russia) / Cimmerian Shade Recordings (USA) / Murdher Records (Italy).

Check out now "Dragon Of The Primordial Sea" below.

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In Tenebriz Premiere New Song

Russian atmospheric black metal/ambient band In Tenebriz have teamed up with MU to exclusively premiere their new song called "Winternight Poetry VII", taken from their upcoming new album "Winternight Poetry". The effort will be co-released by Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus) with More Hate Productions (Russia) on May 25th.

Check out now "Winternight Poetry VII" below.

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Autumnwind Premiere New Song "Forever Insomnia"

Syrian atmospheric black metal band Autumnwind has teamed up with MU to exclusively premiere a new song titled "Forever Insomnia", taken from their upcoming new album "Endless Fear", which will be co-released by Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus) with More Hate Productions (Russia) on May 20th.

Check out now "Forever Insomnia" below.

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Grimorium Verum Premiere New Song

Russian symphonic black metal band Grimorium Verum has teamed up with Metalunderground.com to exclusively premiere a new song titled "The Light Of Dark Father", taken from their upcoming new album "Revenant", which will be co-released by Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus) with Cimmerian Shade Recordings (USA), The True Plague (USA) and Black Metal Records (USA) on May 5th.

Check out now "The Light Of Dark Father" below.

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Panchrysia Premiere New Song "28 steps"

Belgium's black metal band Panchrysia has teamed up with Metalunderground.com to exclusively premiere a new song called "28 steps", taken from their upcoming new album "Dogma", which will be out in stores on April 30 via Satanath Records (Russia).

Check out now "28 steps" below.

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Earth's Yellow Sun Premieres New Video

We've got the exclusive premiere of Canadian progressive metal band Earth's Yellow Sun's new video for the song "Entertain Me." The track is a cover of a song that was originally done by Armenian jazz pianist Tigran Hamasyan. The video was filmed at the Pickering Waterfront in Ontario, Canada. The song will be released on all streaming platforms today.

The band commented "Tigran Hamasyan’s ‘Entertain Me’ was a song that we loved the first time we heard it. Even played by just a piano trio, it’s so heavy! Very Meshuggah-esque, in the way that it’s in 4/4, with an odd time signature ostinato repeating underneath. When we were figuring out which songs we wanted to cover, this song was on the top of the list. We also stayed very faithful to the original on this one.”

In January, the band released their a music video for their cover of Rush’s “Overture 2112/The Temples of Syrinx,” featuring Rody Walker of Protest the Hero on vocals. The band’s sophomore original release, "The Infernal Machine," is a concept record that tells the story of a futuristic society’s dependence on technology, and the ensuing conflict between human and machine.

The band is currently writing new material which will appear on the next record in late 2018 or early 2019.

You can listen to the rest of the band's discography on Bandcamp.

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Aornos Premiere New Song "Reflections Of Torment"

Hungarian black metal band Aornos teamed up with Metalunderground.com to exclusively premiere a new song titled "Reflections Of Torment", taken from their upcoming new album "The Great Scorn". The album will be co-released April 29 by Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus), Ira Aeterna (Italy), The True Plague (USA) and Black Metal Records (USA).

Check out now "Reflections Of Torment" below.

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Wrathrone Premiere New Song "End Of Your Sanity"

Finland's death metal outfit Wrathrone teamed up with Metalunderground.com to exclusively premiere a new song entitled "End Of Your Sanity", taken from their upcoming new album "Reflections Of Torment", which will be out in stores April 23 via Satanath Records (Russia) and The Void Records (Italy).

Check out now "End Of Your Sanity" below.

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Godless Enthropia Premiere New Song

Italian death metal band Godless Enthropia have teamed up with Metalunderground.com to premiere a new song entitled "Third Eye, Cauterized", taken from their upcoming new album "Tetracyclic Dominion", which will be co-released April 28th via Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus) with Hecatombe Records (Spain).

Check out now "Third Eye, Cauterized" below.

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Demonic Obedience Premieres New Song

Metalunderground.com brings you the exclusive premiere of the new song "Outbreak" from UK death/black metal band Demonic Obedience. The song is off their upcoming album, "Fatalistic Uprisal Of Abhorrent Creation," due out April 17, 2018 via Satanath Records (Russia) and Sevared Records (USA). You can pre-order the album or stream another song, "Conjuration," on bandcamp.com.

The track listing for "Fatalistic Uprisal Of Abhorrent Creation" is as follows:

1. Conjuration
2. Inception
3. Awakening
4. Outbreak
5. Decampment
6. Act 6(66)
7. Annihilation
8. Scythe Bearer

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Pánico Al Miedo Premieres New Music Video

Metalunderground.com brings you the exclusive premiere of Spanish death metal band Pánico Al Miedo's official music video for "La fuente." The song is off their upcoming album, "Formador," due out April 27, 2018. You can pre-order or stream the entire album at the band's bandcamp page.

The track listing for "Formador" is as follows:

1. Intro - Popol Vuh
2. Formador (James Murphy Solo)
3. La Fuente
4. Hermanos De Sangre
5. Cebos Vivos (Bobby Koelble Solo)
6. Rompe El Cepo
7. Bautizado Por La Arrogancia
8. Puños
9. No Voy A Perder
10. Asfixiar Con Verbo
11. El Final De La Grandeza
12. Outro - Popol Vuh
13. Formador (Bobby Koelble Solo) More...

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North Hammer Premieres New Lyric Video

Metalunderground.com brings you the exclusive premiere of Edmonton-based North Hammer's lyric video "Tip of The Spear." The song is off the debut album, "Stormcaller," released on March 16th. You can order or stream the album at the band's bandcamp page. North Hammer is the one-man band of Andrew James, also of Edmonton’s Eye of Horus and Shotgunner.

Andrew James commented on the song:

"Tip of the Spear is a fight song. The hero heads to a mountain peak rumoured to house an ancient celestial that can provide him with godlike powers that can help him defeat the bestial horde. However, a camp of these foul beasts lay in his path. The hero and his brother’s in arms lead their cavalry to a surprise attack in order to eradicate the menace."

The track listing for "Stormcaller" is as follows:

1. Avatar
2. Wanderer
3. Written in the Stars
4. Magic Mead
5. Tip of the Spear
6. A Soldier's Song
7. Black Forest Rain
8. Spellbinder
9. North Hammer
10. Lion's Winter

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Vomitile Premieres New Song, "Pestilation"

For our second exclusive premiere of the day, we have a new song, "Pestilation," from Cypriot death metal band Vomitile. The song is off of the band's upcoming album, "Pure Eternal Hate," which is due out is out on April 18, 2018 via Satanath Records (Russia) and Hecatombe Records (Spain). You can pre-order the album as well as download/preview another song, "Carnal Surgery," on bandcamp.com.

The track listing for "Pure Eternal Hate" is as follows:

1. Mass Extermination
2. Pestilation
3. Labeled Dead
4. HateField
5. Glorify The Insane
6. Executioner Of Strength
7. To Deflesh
8. Nothing But Pain
9. Soulskinner
10. Carnal Surgery

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Excommunicated Premieres Cannibal Corpse Cover

Today Metalunderground.com has the exclusive premiere of Louisiana death metal band Excommunicated's Cannibal Corpse cover of "Edible Autopsy." The song is off of the band's upcoming covers album, "Death Devout," which is due out on April 20, 2018 via Satanath Records (Russia) and Metallic Media (USA). You can pre-order the album as well as download/preview another song, "Day Of Suffering" (a Morbid Angel cover), on bandcamp.com.

Nearly seven years after their debut album, "Skeleton Key," Louisiana's Excommunicated return with a massive collection of classics from the golden age of death metal. Featuring Mike Heller (from bands Fear Factory, Raven, System Divide, Malignancy) on drums, with a guest appearance by James Murphy (Obituary, Death), Excommunicated is the brainchild of death metal veterans Jason McIntyre (Suture, Voracious Scourge) on guitar, Jonathan Joubert (ex-Despondency, Psychometry) on guitar/bass, and Chad Kelly (ex-Catholicon, Satanist) on vocals. Rounding out the current lineup is Bruno Muenzler (Suture, Slime In the Current) on bass guitar. It will be an all "covers" album (similar to the Six Feet Under "Graveyard Classics" series), featuring songs from the early Death Metal era.

The entire "Death Devout" track list is as follows:

1. Excommunicate And Anathema (Intro)
2. Body Count (Morgoth cover)
3. And Here I Die... Satisfied (Grave cover)
4. Edible Autopsy (Cannibal Corpse cover)
5. Nightmare Lake (Cemetary cover)
6. For God Your Soul, For Me Your Flesh (Pungent Stench cover)
7. Inside The Torn Apart (Napalm Death cover)
8. Intoxicated (Obituary cover)
9. Lunatic Of God's Creation (Deicide cover)
10. World Eater (Bolt Thrower cover)
11. The Invocation
12. Day Of Suffering (Morbid Angel cover)
13. Blessed Are The Sick / Leading The Rats (Morbid Angel cover)
14. Bone Fragments (Outro)

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Horrorgraphy Premieres New Song, "Haunted"

We've got one more exclusive premiere today, this time from Greek symphonic doom metal band Horrorgraphy. Check out their new song, "Haunted," off of the band's upcoming debut album, "Season Of Grief," which is due out is out on April 14, 2018 via Satanath Records (Russia) and United By Chaos (Finland). You can pre-order the album as well as download/preview another song, "Ghosts," on bandcamp.com.

The track listing for "Season Of Grief" is as follows:

1. In A Dark Time
2. Ghosts
3. Haunted
4. The March Of The Dead
5. Hounds Of Hell
6. Her Violin Sings At Night
7. Join Me In Suicide
8. Season Of Grief
9. The Rise Of Sodom And Gomorrah (Therion cover)

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Aetranok Premieres New Song, "Infernal Vestiges"

Today's exclusive Metalunderground.com premiere comes from U.S. black metal band Aetranok. "Infernal Vestiges" is a brand new song off of the band's upcoming album, "Kingdoms Of The Black Sepulcher," due out April 26, 2018 as a co-release from Satanath Records' sub-label Symbol Of Domination (Belarus) and Death Portal Studio (USA). You can pre-order the album as well as download/preview another song, "Signum Eios Barathrum," on bandcamp.com.

The track list for "Kingdoms Of The Black Sepulcher" is as follows:

1. Ov Precipice And Bestial Purity
2. Signum Eios Barathrum
3. Kingdoms Of The Black Sepulcher
4. The Lament Of Seraphs
5. Towers Of Arezura
6. Infernal Vestiges
7. Liber Khao Ad Veritas

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Brahdr'uhz Premieres New Song, "Desmahavos"

Today, Metalunderground.com brings you the exclusive premiere of Swiss two-man black metal band Brahdr'uhz's new song, "Desmahavos." The song is off of the band's upcoming debut full-length album, "Land Of Darkness," due out April 13, 2018 via GrimmDistribution (Belarus) and Lèpre Productions (Switzerland). "Land of Darkness" is 90's-style black metal, for fans of Judas Iscariot, Vlad Tepes, Mutiilation, Darkthrone, Beastcraft, Belkètre, Torgeist, etc. You can pre-order the album and download/preview another song, "Stalegrada" at bandcamp.com.

The tracklisting for "Land of Darkness" is as follows:

1. Desmahavos
2. Ertestaldt
3. Morkestunden
4. Stalegrada
5. Gahattoh Cahazzoh
6. Brahdr'uhz Harfaxxi
7. Frelletrha Algrathjji
8. Dejsstrina
9. Htrradvajyii Hetravassat
10. Yemetis
11. Dsysjiflet
12. Mordostrava

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