Tag: Behemoth

Review: “In Darkness Alone” by Scars of the Flesh

Some two years in the waiting, the third studio album from San Antonio Texas Melodic Blackened Death Metal scribes Scars Of The Flesh finds them once again armed for the apocalypse but this time with some new weapons of mass destruction. Originally formed in 2014 by guitarists Bryan Eckermann (Solo Artist, ex-Wings of Abaddon) and

Bootleg: “Behold The Below” from Scars Of The Flesh!

Ahead of the release of their upcoming new album “In Darkness Alone” which just so happens to be available for pre-order over at bandcamp, a retooled and rejuvenated Scars Of The Flesh have been caught on camera at The Rock Box in San Antonio Texas. From their set on 24th October here’s “Behold The Below”

NEWS: Scars Of The Flesh unveil Behemoth cover!

Now comprising guitarists Bryan Eckermann (Solo Artist, ex-Wings of Abaddon), Derek Russell, vocalist Kobey Lange (Cerebral Desecration, ex-Wings of Abaddon), Collyn Rios (Cerebral Desecration, Black Jackal) on drums, and Robert O’Briant (The Hanged Man’s Curse, ex-Wings of Abaddon) on bass, a reanimated Scars of the Flesh are set to release their third album “In Darkness Alone”

NEWS: Scars Of The Flesh announce “In Darkness Alone”!

Introducing Collyn Rios (Cerebral Desecration, Black Jackal) on drums and Robert O’Briant (The Hanged Man’s Curse, ex-Wings of Abaddon) on bass with their recording debuts in the group, San Antonio Texas Melodic Blackened Death Metal crew Scars Of The Flesh have shared a first single in “The Hooded One” from a new album titled “In

Playthrough: “Akumu” from Ibaraki!

Celebrating the release of the more than a decade in gestation “Rashomon“, the debut album from his Black Metal side project Ibaraki, Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy has shared a playthrough video for “Akumu“, a cut that features a guest appearance his hero Nergal from Behemoth. It has to be something special when people

Bootleg: “Ov My Herculean Exhile” from Behemoth!

As Behemoth, Arch Enemy and Unto Others march on the US before heading out in Europe together in September with Carcass, footage of a new song being played for the first time in Tempe Arizona on 16th April has surfaced. The cut is one called “Ov My Herculean Exhile” and offers something of an insight

Exclusive Interview: Kouta talk debut EP “Aarnihauta” and new material!

A Finnish Folk tinged Black Metal act inspired by a love of old Nordic lore, myths and legends Kouta unveiled their debut EP “Aarnihauta” last month, one which thematically tells of the appearance of the mythological being from which the band take their name, whose malevolence brings judgment and despair upon the treacherous mankind. Intrigued

NEWS: Trivium make way for Ibaraki?

While Trivium continue to build the momentum around “In The Court Of The Dragon“, vocalist and guitarist Matthew Heafy has shared more details about his long-awaited and much-anticipated Ibaraki project. Debut album “Rashomon” will be released on May 6th via Nuclear Blast. The record features a trio of guest appearances with Ihsahn of Emporer, Gerard

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Day Of Suffering.

Adorned by “Les Trésors de Satan” by Belgian Symbolist painter Jean Delville as its cover artwork, “Blessed Are The Sick” remains the career defining moment for Tampa Florida Death Metal legends Morbid Angel as the center piece of a holy trinity of albums considered rightfully as the most influential in the genre. Released 20 years so

Review: “Mӕre” by Harakiri For The Sky

As a duo Salzburg Austria pairing Harakiri For The Sky have released an album every two years since their 2012 self titled debut, a unique blend of atmospheric Black Metal and Progressive Rock that gives both the inescapable maelstrom of shattering screams and the sudden acoustic guitar interludes that are World’s apart and yet sit