Baroness Stream New Album “Gold & Grey”

Baroness are streaming their new album “Gold & Grey” in full via NPR. You can check that out HERE. The effort will officially be released on Friday (June 14). John Dyer Baizley said the following about the record:

“This is the most clear representation of the artistic vision I have for the band that we’ve ever done. Where ‘Purple‘ was me lyrically trying to work out how to adjust to a new normal, I think ‘Gold & Grey‘ is a more grown-up and more subtle collection of words that reflect how I am trying to deal with the longer term effects of having experienced so many terrible things. I choose to use the band as a place where I can take all of this stress, pain, anxiety, all these realities, and make them something good.”


Gaahls Wyrd Stream New Album “GastiR – Ghosts Invited”

Gaahls Wyrd, the band led by ex-Gorgoroth, etc. frontman Gaahl, are streaming their new album “GastiR – Ghosts Invited“ in its entirety. That effort will officially be released in digital outlets tomorrow (May 24). A physical release will follow on May 31.

[via Metal Injection]

Tengger Cavalry Stream New Album “Northern Memory”

Tengger Cavalry are streaming their new album “Northern Memory“ in full via Revolver. The effort will officially be released on May 10, along with a bonus EP called “Northern Memory (Vol. 2).” Nature G commented:

“With this album, in comparison to the traditional approach of Mongolian and Chinese folk tunes, we used many traditional central Asian folk elements, giving it a ‘desert-like’ sound. Also, as I am a long time Rammstein fan, listeners will hear some machine-like riffs inspired by the band.”