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MAYHEM – Release First Single “Worthless Abominations Destroyed” Off New Album

Today True Norwegian Black Metal legends MAYHEM release the highly anticipated first single off their up – coming sixth studio album “Daemon” (out: October 25th).

Listen to “Worthless Abominations Destroyed” below:

Teloch states:

“After teasing you guys for over 6 months, it’s finally time to show you what we have been up to in the studio this summer. Here’s “Worthless Abominations Destroyed”, a track that was made with the intention to have this “all is lost and hopeless” feeling “


“Deamon” will be available in the following formats and can be pre – ordered HERE!


  • Limited Deluxe LP Boxset (various colors)
  • Limited CD Mediabook in Slipcase
  • Standard CD Jewelcase
  • Limited Gatefold LP (various colors)
  • Digital album

    MAYHEM are:
    Necrobutcher – Bass
    Hellhammer – Drums
    Attila – Vocals
    Teloch – Guitar
    Ghul – Guitar

    MAYHEM online:
    Website / Facebook Instagram / TwitterYouTube

Atmospheric, blackened sludge metal unit LAMBS‡ debuts brand new song

Italian atmospheric post- and sludge metal band LAMBS‡, who just recently announced their worldwide signing with powerhouse label Argonauta Records, are set to release their first full-length album, Malice, on September 27th.

Formed in 2013 by founding members of Dementia Senex and Crawling Chaos, the four-piece collective released several Eps and splits to date, and shared the stages with prestigious acts such as Brujeria, Ancst, Ufomammut among many more. LAMBS‡ combine black metal, sludge and post-hardcore elements to create a very personal and abrasive wall of sounds; unfiltered and raw, they are taking you on a trip into oppressive, gloomy atmospheres. Today the band is sharing with us a first track taken from Malice. Just exclusively premiered on New Noise Magazine, you can now listen to LAMBS‡ first single titled “Arpia” below:


Malice tracklisting:
1. Debug
2. Arpia
3. Ruins
4. Perfidia
5. Misfortune

The pre-sale for Malice will be starting soon, watch out for many more news and tunes to fo follow in the days ahead!

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IMPERIUM DEKADENZ debuts new song

Atmospheric Black Metal duo, Imperium Dekadenz, are set to unleash their brand new magnum opus this Friday August 30th with Napalm Records. When We Are Forgotten dives deep into a complex cosmos made of anger, loneliness, melancholy and pure destruction. The band’s upcoming record not only convinces with a dynamic, energetic and organic production and sounds by no means polished, but is the same rough and dark as their home, the Black Forest, itself.

While religion and political topics are not a part of Imperium Dekadenz‘ concept, the name of the band was inspired by the 70ies movie “Caligula”, which was titled as one of the most scandalous movies because of its extreme violent and pornographic scenes. Their lyrics reflecting genre typical topics like death, mourning, hate and desperation, but musically always seeking new horizons of the darkest art in metal.

Now that the album is been released Imperium Dekadenz are sharing with us another fierce track taken from “When We Are Forgotten”. Listen to” Transcendence” below:


Says the band: “This song came to us like magic. Everything was there from the very beginning. A gift from a world beyond. TRANSCENDENCE – a piece of music that shows perfectly the progression of IMPERIUM DEKADENZ. Progressing into darkness far off the ways and paths, far off the safe shelter, you will find the enchantment of obscure wonders and…TRANSCENDENCE!

When We Are Forgotten Tracklisting:
1. When We Are Forgotten
2. Bis Ich Bin
3. My Solace I (Choirs of Solitude)
4. Trauma
5. A Cave Called Wisdom
6. Transcendence
7. Seance
8. Absenz Elysium
9. My Solace II (Paths of Perception)
10. Reverie
11. Frozen in Time


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