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My favorite Canadians KEN mode have just released what could very well be the best notsosilent silent movie the world has seen. I give you ‘The Promise Of God’. The fourth audio-visual offering from their exemplary Entrench album is, stylistically, very different from their last video for ‘The Terror Pulse’, which itself was a unique trip in it’s own right. The other two videos from this album are definitely both worth a watch too while you’re at it. Binge on some eye candy of the noise rock variety while you’re here. It won’t hurt. Before I lose your attention with more YouTube links than the clicking finger can keep up with, check out the damn video below!

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Xerath III

Xerath, Xerath, Xerath. As this hotly anticipated release draws near, the band are stopping at nothing to tease us. With a teaser, a “Making Of” documentary and now a play through of a bass line from track ‘I Hold Dominion’, Xerath are making sure we’re all aware of how much the upcoming album is going to kick ass. To be frank, I’m quite convinced. Check out the video below for exactly why.

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Epicardiectomy
Hailing from Prague in the Czech Republic, Epicardiectomy are shining examples of modern slam, as shining an example one can find in a genre populated by such subversive culture, that is. Blissful as it is ignorant, with production as flat as the brims of the hats, the video for ‘Horrendous Mutating Festerations’ is as unapologetic and extremely straight forward as this type of metal gets. By now you will have made your own decision as to whether you are going to read any further. If you don’t, fair enough, but let it be said that you will be missing out on some SICK face bling and some furiously awkward off-screen masturbation. Seriously. Get more after the jump. View Full Article »

SetAndSetting
A while ago, Damien told you to go listen to Set and Setting. I was a reader back then and I, like the loyal fan that I am, followed suit. What engulfed my ears on that day was one of the reasons I became a regular reader of Heavy Blog. Equanimity, the previous release by post-metal fanatics Set and Setting, is a masterpiece. I would not be exaggerating then when I say that I am literally at the edge of my seat for their next release. Now, we can finally get a taste of what we can expect. Head on over the jump and check it out!

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Xerath
The UK’s finest symphonic metal export Xerath have just unleashed a short documentary on their YouTube channel, detailing the recording process of their third effort for Candlelight Records, Xerath III. This is the third video in the campaign for the album; the first being the announcement of new guitarist Conor McGouran and the second being a teaser announcing the release date of Xerath III, to be released September 15 in Europe and September 16 in the US. Check it out after the jump!

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Aliases have an interesting band history behind them: formed in 2010, they started as a simple aggregate of music writing friends. However, the enlistment of vocalist Jay Berast soon sky-rocketed their career unto the biggest stages in Europe and finally landed them a deal with Basick Record. Unfortunately, Berast had to leave the band and his spot was taken by Joe Rosser, who had big shoes to fill. A video clip for ‘Exasperated’ featuring Rosser set some doubts at rest, but in case any remain may I suggest you had on over the jump and check out the band’s cover for the classic ‘Mad World’?

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In case you weren’t aware, the new sleepmakeswaves album is fantastic. It’s especially memorable for its smile-inducing sense of hope, a fact that hasn’t at all diminished for me over repeated listens. However, it’s always good to have a refresher and a video clip of what is possibly the best track on the album is a great solution for that. Without further ado, check out the band’s clip for ‘Great Northern’!

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Lorelei
Gimmicks. Gimmicks are a terrible plague, especially in the world of metal. It seems as if we can’t live without them but this writer refuses to get used to it. Makeup, additional band members, cool locations or clothes, these are no replacements for what we’re all here for: music. So when a great band like Lorelei, known for their technical take on deathcore, release a video like this it just makes me angry. We’ll discuss it after the jump but you really need to hear/see this for yourself.

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Darkest Hour
It’s only been two days since the last little taste we got of Darkest Hour‘s upcoming release and the band have already released yet another single. The last track, ‘Rapture in Exile’, was a pit-inducing ditty, exemplifying the band’s disposition towards their trademark blend of death metal and thrash. However, this new track is something else all together, so even if you think you know what to expect, I would recommend heading over after the jump and giving it a proper listen.

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Trivium Video
This one needs no introduction. Veterans Trivium have unveiled a new video through their track ‘Through Blood and Dirt and Bone’ from Vengeance Falls. The video is comprised entirely of live footage of the band doing what they do best: delivering energetic and convincing performances of their extensive back catalog. Check out the full video after the jump!

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