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SUMMONING THE LICH ANNOUNCE US SHOWS & SHARE LIVE VIDEO OF ‘UNITED IN CHAOS’

St. Louis, Missouri based technical death metal band, SUMMONING THE LICH have announced a string of August and September shows across the US – alongside The Behest Of Serpents and Carrion Vael. The shows will be SUMMONING THE LICH’s first live dates since the release of their debut long player, United In Chaos (Purchase HERE), in February. Accompanying the tour announcement, the band have also today shared a performance video of United In Chaos‘ title track live from Encapsulated Studios – recorded by Gabe Usry and filmed by Danny Tilson. Speaking on the tour announcement, the band says: “We’re incredibly […]

BLINDFOLDED AND LED TO THE WOODS SIGN TO PROSTHETIC RECORDS

Prosthetic Records is pleased to announce the signing of progressive death metal five piece, BLINDFOLDED AND LED TO THE WOODS. The New Zealand band recently released self-released their third studio album, Nightmare Withdrawals, to widespread critical acclaim – and caught the eye of the Los Angeles based label. Writing is already underway for the follow up album which will likely see a release in 2022. Listen to Nightmare Withdrawals HERE Of their signing to Prosthetic, the band comments: “We’re proud to announce our signing to Prosthetic Records. One cannot go far within the realms of extreme metal without acknowledging the […]

An Autumn For Crippled Children – new single, ‘Splendour Unnoticed’, out now

AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN have announced ‘Splendour Unnoticed’, the third single to be taken from their forthcoming album – As The Morning Dawns We Close Our Eyes – due for release via Prosthetic Records on May 21. Accompanying the single release, the black metal-meets-shoegaze band have shared an accompanying video. Listen to Splendour ‘Unnoticed’ via Spotify, Apple Music, and Bandcamp. Pre-order As The Morning Dawns We Close Our Eyes HERE WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ‘SPLENDOUR UNNOTICED’ Speaking on the new single, the band comments: “The track subject is darker than you would think hearing the music. The song itself […]

HORNDAL ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, LAKE DRINKER; NEW SINGLE, ‘ROSSEN’, OUT NOW

Sweden’s HORNDAL have today announced their sophomore album, due for release via Prosthetic Records on April 9. Titled Lake Drinker, the album tells the tale of the eponymous town of Horndal – and how it is on a cursed path to destruction for the second time in forty years. Alongside the album announcement the four-piece have released the single, ‘Rossen’, named after the lake in Horndal. The accompanying video features a five star tour of Horndal and its many and varied amenities. ‘Rossen’ is available to listen to on Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp. Lake Drinker is available to pre-order […]

Album Review: Undeath – Lesions Of A Different Kind

It takes a lot of either courage, confidence, or flat out balls for a new death metal band to release a debut album. Sometimes it’s all of one of the aforementioned, sometimes an equal blend of all three. Nonetheless, when the promo sheet from Prosthetic Records hails your album as “a whole new level [Insert Obligatory “of confidence and powarrr!” Here] of skull crushing intensity, you’d best know what you’re about. I’m also a little concerned that, within a little over 1 ½ years, New York’s UNDEATH has managed to crank out 2 digital demos, a vinyl split, a compilation, […]

AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN: All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet Full-Length Out Now And Streaming Via Prosthetic Records

All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet, the latest full-length from Dutch atmospheric black metal unit AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN, is out now and streaming via their new label home of Prosthetic Records. A ten-track chronology of the human condition that heaves under the weight of both distortion and emotion, All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet seamlessly defies all genre constraints as vivid melody provides a counterpoint to dismal soundscapes and harsh vocals. Embracing an insular approach to their output, the stunning offering was recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered by the band. The cover art was also created by the […]

WVRM ANNOUNCE SPRING TOUR SUPPORTING NAPALM DEATH

Recent Prosthetic Records signings, WVRM, have announced a spring tour in support of the godfathers of grind, Napalm Death. Earlier this month, South Carolina’s grind powerhouse confirmed details of their label debut – an uncompromising aural assault entitled Colony Collapse, due to be released on April 3. Pre-orders are available now HERE The first track to be released from Colony Collapse is titled ‘My Fucking Dixie (The New South)’, and it can be heard HERE As WVRM are arguably South Carolina’s only grind band, it is fitting that they hit the road with true grindcore icons, Napalm Death. Of the […]

Album Review: Paladin – Ascension

The buzz has been strong on this Atlanta band in the last few weeks, and they seem to be the latest darlings of the “true metal” crowd. I find Ascension entertaining enough, but I really have an issue with calling this an ode to ‘80s style power metal. That description leads me to expect something that draws a lot of influence from the likes of OMEN, MANILLA ROAD and the like. PALADIN to me sounds like they’re the second coming of 3 INCHES OF BLOOD mixed with the shredding guitar frenzy of DRAGONFORCE. The songs are fast, leaning to thrash, […]

Album Review: Wormwitch – Heaven That Dwells Within

This is my first encounter with WORMWITCH. The band belongs to a kind of subgenre where gloom reigns and black metal is just one flavor in an overall tasting. It resembles the approach of another band I recently encountered, FROSTHELM. But there is an extra layering of melody and mood here that surpasses what FROSTHELM was able to achieve. This is a pretty sophisticated sound with a number of subtle layers. All the songs here are quite involved and have a root in black metal. Changes in riff and tempo are frequent but there are some catchy hooks that make […]

ALBUM REVIEW: HORNDAL – Remains

Long live HORNDAL! Their debut album, Remains, brings sludgy, punchy hardcore that almost had me put my fist through a wall just to let out some energy. Remains tells the true horror story of the devil’s destruction of their hometown of Horndal in the 1970s. That story is an interesting read, and I encourage you to read it while listening through this album. The album opens with the single they have been promoting, ‘Wasteland’, and really sets up the rest of the album. This is an anthem to fight for your life, a true call to arms, and I cannot […]