INFERA BRUO PREMIERE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR 'THE BREATH OF CHAOS'; TAKEN FROM LATEST ALBUM, 'RITES OF THE NAMELESS'Oct 30, 2020
Blackened metal quartet, INFERA BRUO are premiering their new music video for The Breath Of Chaos at Decibel Magazine. Taken from their latest album, Rites Of The Nameless, the video pairs ominous high contrast black and white occult imagery with their trademark blackened metal sound to arresting effect.
PROSTHETIC RECORDS SIGN PUPIL SLICER; NEW VIDEO PREMIERING NOWOct 30, 2020
Prosthetic Records is thrilled to announce the signing of London, UK three-piece, PUPIL SLICER. The trio combine all the sharp edges of angular mathcore with the bone crushing intensity of grindcore. Today they have released a new track, L’appel du Vide, which features guest vocals from Carson Pace of The Callous Daoboys; a video for the track by Art of the Glitch (Zola Jesus, Five Seconds of Summer) is premiering via Brooklyn Vegan.
PSYCROPTIC, 'THE WATCHER OF ALL', OUT ON NOVEMBER 27; NEW VIDEO OUT NOWOct 29, 2020
Australian tech-death force PSYCROPTIC return with a brand new EP, The Watcher Of All, out on November 27 via Prosthetic Records (digital) and Agonia Records (12" vinyl). Continually evolving and with a thirst for musical progression, the band have unveiled a bold new track titled A Fragile Existence, which is available now via Bandcamp and will be on all digital streaming services from tomorrow. Untamed and unique riffing, surgical drumming and a looming melody weave together a technically elaborate song structure. To match the dark epic nature of the track, it is accompanied by a music video crafted by long time collaborator Wilson Bambrick.
UNDEATH, 'LESIONS OF A DIFFERENT KIND' OUT NOW ; NEW VIDEO PREMIERINGOct 23, 2020
Rochester, NY's most beloved death metal trio, UNDEATH, have today released their debut full length album, Lesions Of A Different Kind - available to purchase here. Lesions Of A Different Kind is the sound of three lifetimes of subterranean sickness and metal worship coalescing in a severe brain-bludgeoning.
JUDICATOR RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR ‘LET THERE BE LIGHT’; TAKEN FROM LATEST ALBUM, 'LET THERE BE NOTHING'Oct 22, 2020
Power metal quartet, JUDICATOR, have today released a new music video for Let There Be Light, taken from their recently released album, Let There Be Nothing. The visually striking video draws from the album's themes of high concept historical adventure centered around the story's protagonist, Belisarius, a humble and renowned Byzantine general. Let There Be Nothing is available on digital and physical formats now.
SCHAMMASCH CELEBRATE TEN YEARS OF 'SIC LVCEAT LVX' WITH VINYL REISSUE AND FAN COMPETITIONOct 22, 2020
Swiss extreme metal experimentalists, SCHAMMASCH, will be reissuing their debut album, Sic Lvceat Lvx, in celebration of its ten year anniversary via Prosthetic Records. The album is available to pre-order now, and will be released on January 22, 2021. The album can be streamed on all digital platforms now, including full and original first press master stream below:
INFERA BRUO, 'RITES OF THE NAMELESS' OUT NOWOct 16, 2020
INFERA BRUO's new album, Rites Of The Nameless, is out now
GAMA BOMB RELEASE SECOND SINGLE FROM UPCOMING ALBUM, 'SEA SAVAGE'Oct 16, 2020
Irish thrashers, GAMA BOMB, have released the second single to be taken from their upcoming studio album, Sea Savage. Sheer Khan is streaming everywhere now, and has an accompanying lyric video which can be viewed below. The nautical-themed Sea Savage will be released via Prosthetic Records on December 4; pre-orders are available now.
PROSTHETIC RECORDS SIGNS SUMMONING THE LICH; NEW SINGLE, 'DESCEND', STREAMING NOWOct 16, 2020
The most recent signing to the Prosthetic Records roster is Missouri’s SUMMONING THE LICH. The death metal four-piece have today released a brand new single with an accompanying music video, for a blistering track titled Descend. Listen to Descend via Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp.
Watch the video below.
On signing to Prosthetic Records, the band had the following to say:
“We are beyond excited to announce our signing with Prosthetic Records! Some of our favorite bands, old and new, have been a part of the Prosthetic family and to join that group is incredible. They were always a label on our short list and their enthusiasm for our music, coupled with their confidence in our direction, made this decision a no-brainer.”
Merging blistering black metal speed and trudging death metal menace with ruinous technical prowess, the quartet’s new track, Descend, ushers in an exciting new chapter for the band. SUMMONING THE LICH’s sound is one rooted in musical dexterity, abrasion and fantasy, lyrically drawing from the best elements of roleplay game favourites such as Dungeons & Dragons and Magic The Gathering.
Describing the new single, the band offered some insight on the song:
“Our single, Descend, is a cautionary tale on the dangers of abusing those who use magic and the true horrors that await within their world. With this song we centered the composition around the drudging chorus - to really help the listeners feel the plunge into the abyss. Danny Tilson did a killer job shooting and editing our video for the track and Mitch Myers from Orphan House was our vfx wizard. Our artist, Austin Phillips nails the artwork for the single and really captured the climax of this tale visually.”
The band's rise from underground hopefuls to playing live dates alongside bands such as Origin and Beneath The Massacre - and several stops on the Summer Slaughter tour - to finding a new home in Prosthetic Records is just the start of their journey, which will continue in 2021 with the promise of yet more new material.
VENOM PRISON RELEASE 'PRIMEVAL'; OUT NOWOct 9, 2020
UK death metal trailblazers, VENOM PRISON, have today released their new album, Primeval - available here. Featuring 11 songs in total, the release features re-recordings of tracks from both of their early EPs, Defy The Tyrant and The Primal Chaos, accompanied with two brand new tracks. Revisiting and paying respect to their past whilst also looking ambitiously forward, Primeval effortlessly retains all of the technical prowess and dizzying musicianship of their old material and then some