28th May will see London Technical Death Metal Monsters Unfathomable Ruination celebrating a decade of aggression with a new EP “Decennium Ruinae” via Willowtip Records. Not only featuring three brand new cuts, each one yet again delving into the experimental diversity that they have become renowned for, but also a revitalized and re-recorded version of
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Having previously pre-viewed their upcoming new album “Glow” with “Summit“, Countless Skies have now offered a second bite with a lyric video for “Zephyr” appearing via Willowtip Records. The follow-up to 2016’s “New Dawn”, the new album is said to take the band’s progressive brand of Melodic Death Metal to new heights with the record
Based on a few social media hints, we were expecting perhaps a single track from Countless Skies, but the Melodic Death Metallers have gone the whole hog. They’ve announced a deal with Willowtip Records, a new album Mixed and Mastered by Juho Räihä at Sound Spiral Audio and premiered a new single in “Summit” all
Following two critically acclaimed full length albums in 2011’s “The Prodigal Empire” and 2016’s “II“, 2019’s “Accursed” sees Vale Of Pnath fueled with Technical Death Metal adrenaline while using the atmospherics of Black Metal. If you’re not yet convinced, check out this freshly ground video for “Skin Turned Soil” before you snap up a copy
No sooner have we placed Unfathomable Ruination on our Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene than they’ve gone and streamed “Defy The Architect” from their upcoming new album “Enraged & Unbound“! The album drops on 22nd November via Willowtip Records with this track featuring a guest vocal appearance from Julien Truchan from Benighted!
In 12 days time London Death Metallers Unfathomable Ruination will be unveiling their third studio album “Enraged & Unbound” via Willowtip Records. The album features a pair of high profile guest appearances, first on “Occulta Violentiam” where they’re joined by Sven de Caluwé of Aborted then then on “Defy the Architect” which sees Julien Truchan