Abnormality Share New Song “Monarch Alpha”

Abnormality has shared their new song recently. You can check out the stream for their song “Monarch Alpha” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Sociopathic Constructs which is due out on May 10th via Metal Blade Records.

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Revocation Re-Sign With Metal Blade Records

Revocation has announced recently that they have signed a new contract with Metal Blade Records. The band has posted the following statement on their social media regarding this announcement.

We’ve been on quite a journey since we signed with Metal Blade and dropped ‘Deathless‘ back in 2014. We’ve released 3 full-length albums in just 5 years and each one has taken us to the next level. That’s why today I’m very excited to announce that Revocation is re-signing with Metal Blade Records! We look forward to what this future partnership will bring and we can’t wait to unleash another barrage of ripping tunes upon the metal masses!

The band has released their three last albums – 2014’s Deathless, 2016’s Great Is Our Sin, and 2018’s The Outer Ones – via the label.

Amon Amarth Debut Music Video For “Raven’s Flight”

Amon Amarth has debuted their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Raven’s Flight,” which features WWE superstars Erick Rowan and Viktor, and MMA fighter and metalhead Josh Barnett, below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Berserker which is due out on May 3rd via Metal Blade Records.

Vocalist Johan Hegg commented:

For me, this is Amon Amarth 2.0. I think what we’ve done here is give ourselves the space to explore other parts of our musicality and who we are as a band. If you’re content with where you’re at, what’s the point of continuing? We always want to come up with new ideas and find new ways of doing things and to create bigger and better shows and really try to improve every aspect of what the band is. We want to try to keep growing and to do this for as long as we have the possibility to do so, because this is the best fucking job in the world.

Abnormality Unveil Music Video For “Curb Stomp”

Marlborough, Massachusetts metal band Abnormality have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Curb Stomp” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Sociopathic Constructs which is due out on May 10th via Metal Blade Records.

Frontwoman Mallika Sundaramurthy commented on the album:

‘Sociopathic Constructs‘ is the result of tons of hard work and shows the progress we have made as a band since ‘Mechanisms‘. We feel the time is now for such an album, the brutality perfectly reflects the darkness, violence, and harsh reality of our world.

Guitarist Jeremy Henry added:

I think this record we felt free enough to just go where we wanted to within a song. We had no qualms with switching styles and approaches from riff to riff. To have a whole section grinding away and then just switch gears, hit the brakes and drop a slow, old school Morbid Angel warship groove in there. We felt free to follow our instincts, and just let our influences shine through.

Allegaeon Share Music Video For “Stellar Tidal Disruption”

Denver, Colorado metal band Allegaeon have shared their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Stellar Tidal Disruption” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Apoptosis which is due out on April 19th via Metal Blade Records.

Guitarist Michael Stancel commented on the band’s approach on this new album:

On this record, I was more open to new ideas that we might not have used in past. Rather than deleting something because ‘it’s not Allegaeon-y enough’, I would take a step back and see if that idea fit the song and decide if it was worth keeping. With that mentality came some of my favorite songs, because I was less worried about if it fit into our old sound.

Vocalist Riley McShane commented on the lyrical content of the album:

Thematically, this record is all about contrast, and the music reflects that perfectly. The vocals are heavier than ever, but there are also more clean sections. The drums are faster than ever but also more dynamic, and the guitar playing is lower and slower than on most previous albums, but also provides long, melodic and beautiful sections throughout.

McShane has also discussed the album’s title:

Be it in science, society, religion or philosophy, this idea rings true and can be observed throughout history, both told and currently unfolding,. Allegaeon has been through a lot of members, but we’ve always continued to move forward and in an upward trajectory. With this current lineup, we feel that we are finally in a position where there are no weak links. It took a lot of loss to get here, but, in the end, it was all worth it for the overall growth of the band.