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Last updated on July 6, 2022 at 9:38 AM ET

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Intent Release New Single "Victims of Conquest"

High octane thrash outfit Intent have unveiled a new video for their single "Victims of Conquest", taken from their upcoming album "Exile". Delivering ludicrous speed, fierce energy and dynamic instrumentation, the new track is a feast of ferocious metal.

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Gorephanage Premiere New Single "Gruyere"

Ohia-based deathcore unit Gorephanage premiere a new single by the name of “Gruyere”, streaming for you below.

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Metallica Comment On ‘Stranger Things’ Involvement

If you were one of the millions to witness the finale of the fourth season of the Netflix hit series ‘Stranger Things‘ this past weekend, you’re already familiar with the metal moments that occurred.

Those who did see the conclusion of the last season could watch the series' character Eddie Munson's (actor Joseph Quinn) guitar battle playing Metallica‘s “Master Of Puppets” against the acolytes of Vecna, the main antagonist from the fourth season of Stranger Things.


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Wolves At The Gate Premiere New Live Video

The below live music video for “Weight Of Glory” has premiered online via YouTube as the latest offering in Wolves At The Gate‘s series of live performance clips:


Wolves At The Gate are currently out on the road with Memphis May Fire, From Ashes To New and Rain City Drive joining them as supports at the below remaining dates: More...

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