King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Announce New Studio Album “K.G.” & New Live Album “Live In San Francisco ’16”

King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard will be releasing a new studio album titled “K.G.“ and a new live album titled “Live In San Francisco ’16” on November 20. You can pre-order those HERE.

“K.G.” Track Listing:

01. “K.G.L.W.”
02. “Automation”
03. “Minimum Brain Size”
04. “Straws In The Wind”
05. “Some Of Us”
06. “Ontology”
07. “Intrasport”
08. “Oddlife”
09. “Honey”
10. “The Hungry Wolf Of Fate”

“Live In San Francisco ’16” Track Listing:

01. “Robot Stop”
02. “Hot Water”
03. “Big Fig Wasp”
04. “Gamma Knife”
05. “People-Vultures”
06. “Trapdoor”
07. “I’m In Your Mind”
08. “I’m Not In Your Mind”
09. “Cellophane”
10. “I’m In Your Mind Fuzz”
11. “The River”
12. “Evil Death Roll”
13. “Head On/Pill”

You can find a new version of “Automation” from “K.G.“ and a live version of “Evil Death Roll” from “Live In San Francisco ’16” below:

I Prevail To Release “Post Traumatic” Live Album

I Prevail will be releasing a new live album titled “Post Traumatic” on October 30. The effort will feature various songs that were recorded at shows across the world and several bonus tracks. A video for the effort’s first single, a live version of “Deadweight” featuring Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo, can be found below:

“Post Traumatic” Track Listing:

01. “Bowdown” (live from Grand Rapids)
02. “Paranoid” (live from ‘Rock am Ring‘)
03. “Every Time You Leave” (feat. Delaney Jane (live on SiriusXM)
04. “Rise Above It” (live from Montreal)
05. “Breaking Down” (live from Detroit)
06. “DOA” (live from London)
07. “Gasoline” (live from ‘Download Australia‘)
08. “Hurricane” (live from Vienna)
09. “Let Me Be Sad” (live from rehearsal)
10. “Low” (live from Boston)
11. “Goodbye” (live from Pittsburgh)
12. “Deadweight” (feat. Caleb Shomo of Beartooth) (live from Fayetteville)
13. “I Don’t Belong Here” (live from rehearsal)
14. “Feel Something” (Illenium & Excision with I Prevail)
15. “DOA” (feat. Joyner Lucas)
16. “Hurricane” (Reimagined)
17. “Every Time You Leave” (feat. Delaney Jane) (live acoustic)

Deafheaven Reveal Details For New Live In The Studio Album “10 Years Gone”

Deafheaven will be releasing a new live in the studio album, titled “10 Years Gone,“ on December 4. The effort’s first single, a live version of “Daedalus,” can be found below:

“10 Years Gone” Track Listing:

01. “From The Kettle Onto The Coil”
02. “Daedalus”
03. “Vertigo”
04. “Language Games”
05. “Glint”
06. “Baby Blue”
07. “The Pecan Tree”
08. “Dream House”

Frontman George Clarke commented:

“Earlier this year we intended on celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Deafheaven demo released through Bandcamp on June 1, 2010 with a tour of North America with our friends Inter Arma, Greet Death and All Your Sisters.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t fulfill that tour because of fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. To rebound from the financial and morale hit, we put together an album of the set we intended to perform.

Revisiting the songs in this studio sessions format with Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden reminded us of how important these years have been. I’m thankful we were able to give songs like ‘Daedalus,’ the first we wrote, and other favorites like ‘Vertigo‘ and ‘Kettle‘ new power after so many years of playing them.

They made me think of the people who played on them with us. For the first time we’ve included information on who played on what tracks and when they were originally released. We included thank yous in the liner notes to these musicians who’ve spent time with this project, on tour or on record and all of the touring crew, label support and management support who have helped us this past decade.

We’re thankful we were able to do this project and that fans have stuck with us as we make new music for 2021. Thank you for helping us move forward and I hope you enjoy this record as a small interim in the Deafheaven story. We’ll see you soon.”

Volbeat To Release “Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” In November

Volbeat will be releasing a new live album titled “Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” on November 27. The tracks on the effort were recorded during the band’s 2019 dates in Germany, except two, which were recorded earlier on the tour. You can find a live video for “Cheapside Sloggers” from the release below:

“Rewind, Replay, Rebound: Live In Deutschland” Track Listing:

01. “Intro/Lola Montez”
02. “Pelvis On Fire”
03. “Doc Holliday”
04. “Sorry Sack Of Bones”
05. “The Garden’s Tale”
06. “Ring Of Fire”
07. “Sad Man’s Tongue”
08. “When We Were Kids”
09. “Slaytan”
10. “Dead But Rising”
11. “Fallen”
12. “Die To Live”
13. “Seal The Deal”
14. “For Evigt”
15. “7:24”
16. “Cheapside Sloggers”
17. “Lonesome Rider”
18. “Parasite”
19. “The Everlasting”
20. “Cloud 9”
21. “Last Day Under The Sun”
22. “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown”
23. “Leviathan”
24. “Let It Burn”
25. “Pool Of Booze, Booze, Booza”
26. “Boa [JDM]”
27. “Still Counting”

Ice Nine Kills To Release New Live Album “I Heard They KILL Live!!”

Ice Nine Kills will be releasing a new live album titled “I Heard They KILL Live!!” on October 30. The effort was recorded during the band’s November 30, 2019 show at The Palladium in Worcester, MA. You can find a live video for “Stabbing In The Dark” from that set below. Pre-orders for the album and tickets to stream the full performance on October 29 can be found HERE.

“I Heard They KILL Live!!” Track Listing:

01. “Thank God It’s Friday”
02. “The Jig Is Up”
03. “SAVAGES”
04. “The Nature Of The Beast”
05. “The World In My Hands”
06. “Communion Of The Cursed”
07. “A Grave Mistake”
08. “Your Number’s Up”
09. “Rocking The Boat”
10. “Merry Axe-Mas”
11. “Thriller”
12. “Hell In The Hallways”
13. “Stabbing In The Dark”
14. “The Fastest Way To A Girl’s Heart Is Through Her Ribcage”
15. “Love Bites”
16. “Tess-Timony”
17. “Me, Myself And Hyde”
18. “The American Nightmare”
19. “IT Is The End”

Spencer Charnas commented:

“The Worcester Palladium holds a very special place in the heart of INK’s history. On September 22nd, 2000, I attended a Goldfinger/Mest concert there that changed the course of my life. I knew after that incredibly high-energy show that I wanted to dedicate my life to writing and performing my own music.

One year later, INK’s first show would take place on the very same stage at a battle of the bands that we did not win. The concert is pictured in this album insert. 18 years later we sold out the very same 3,000 capacity venue and recorded this live album there—a full circle moment that I will never forget. This album is dedicated to the INK psychos who allow us to make murder and mayhem an actual career.”

Voivod To Release “Lost Machine – Live” In November

Voivod will be releasing a new live album titled “Lost Machine – Live“ on November 27. The effort was recorded during the band’s July 13, 2019 show in Quebec City, QC and a video for the first single, a live version of “The Lost Machine,” can be found below:

Drummer Michel “Away” Langevin commented:

“Here it is at last, the first single and video from our upcoming release ‘Lost Machine – Live‘. The footage used in this clip comes from a hometown show in Montreal in the summer of 2019, and the audio is from a show in Québec City 2 weeks later, where we recorded the entire live album.

We were obviously excited to play in our province of Québec, in front of families and friends, as documented in this rendition of the song ‘The Lost Machine‘. The video is directed by Felipe Belalcazar, who is also working on a VOIVOD documentary. I did the art on the road across the globe last year, and it was animated by Jaan Silmberg. More to come soon, enjoy.”

“Lost Machine – Live” Track Listing:

01. “Post Society”
02. “Psychic Vacuum”
03. “Obsolete Beings”
04. “The Prow”
05. “Iconspiracy”
06. “Into My Hypercube”
07. “The End Of Dormancy”
08. “Overreaction”
09. “Always Moving”
10. “Fall”
11. “The Lost Machine”
12. “Astronomy Domine”
13. “Voivod”

Katatonia To Release New Live Album “Dead Air” In November

Katatonia will be releasing a new live album titled “Dead Air“ on November 13. The effort features the band’s May 9 livestream concert and it will be available digitally, on vinyl, and as a 2-CD/1-DVD set. Anders Nyström commented:

“Due to an overwhelming demand, we are proud to confirm that our lockdown livestream from Studio Gröndahl earlier this year will now see a physical release where you can re-experience the #20 most wanted songs exclusively voted by our fans from all around the world. This very special evening of May 9th will forever serve us as a memory of something equally weird as fantastic, so it feels essential to make it available as something you can touch and own forever.”

“Dead Air” Track Listing:

01. “Lethean”
02. “Teargas”
03. “Serein”
04. “Deliberation”
05. “The Winter Of Our Passing”
06. “Ghost Of The Sun”
07. “The Racing Heart”
08. “Soil’s Song”
09. “Old Heart Falls”
10. “Forsaker”
11. “Tonight’s Music”
12. “In The White”
13. “Leaders”
14. “Lacquer”
15. “Omerta”
16. “My Twin”
17. “Unfurl”
18. “July”
19. “Evidence”
20. “Behind The Blood“

Lionheart To Release “Live At Summer Breeze“ In November

Lionheart will be releasing a new live album titled “Live At Summer Breeze“ on November 6. That effort was recorded during the band’s August 15, 2019 set at the Summer Breeze festival in Dinkelsbühl, Germany.

“Live At Summer Breeze” Track Listing:

01. “Cali Stomp”
02. “Hail Mary”
03. “Vultures”
04. “Pain”
05. “Still Bitter Still Cold”
06. “Keep Talkin’”
07. “Trial By Fire”
08. “Lockjaw”
09. “Love Don’t Live Here”
10. “Rest In Power”
11. “Fight For Your Right”
12. “LHHC”
13. “Going Back To The Bay”

You can find a live video for “Still Bitter Still Cold” from the release below:

Dream Theater To Release “Distant Memories – Live In London” In November

Dream Theater will be releasing a new live album/film titled “Distant Memories – Live In London“ on November 27. That effort was recorded during a February show at the Eventim Apollo in London, England. John Petrucci commented:

“Whether you had a chance to see this tour in person and want to relive what was hopefully an awesome concert experience or enjoying the performance on video for the first time, Distant Memories – Live In London very accurately and very beautifully captures the energy and excitement we all felt together at the Apollo this past February.”

“Distant Memories – Live In London” Track Listing:

01. “Untethered Angel”
02. “A Nightmare To Remember”
03. “Fall Into The Light”
04. “Barstool Warrior”
05. “In The Presence Of Enemies – Part 1”
06. “Pale Blue Dot”
07. “Scenes Live Intro”
08. “Scene One: Regression”
09. “Scene Two: I. Overture 1928”
10. “Scene Two: II. Strange Déjà Vu”
11. “Scene Three: I. Through My Words”
12. “Scene Three: II. Fatal Tragedy”
13. “Scene Four: Beyond This Life”
14. “Scene Five: Through Her Eyes”
15. “Scene Six: Home”
16. “Scene Seven: I. The Dance Of Eternity”
17. “Scene Seven: II. One Last Time”
18. “Scene Eight: The Spirit Carries On”
19. “Scene Nine: Finally Free”
20. “At Wit’s End”
21. “Paralyzed” (bonus track)

A live video for “Pale Blue Dot” from the release can be found below:

Pig Destroyer Planning New Album, New Live Release, Etc.

During a recent interview with Decibel, Pig Destroyer guitarist Scott Hull talked a bit about the band’s current plans. Among them are a new album, a new live album, and a split release with Cherubs.

Hull said the following:

“…We’re intentionally in our mid-period phase that a lot of bands have gone through. Napalm Death had their ‘Diatribes‘ and the three albums. We’re sort of intentionally in that, where we’re doing stuff that’s a little groovier and it’s not necessarily as extreme, but it’s something that we need to sort of get into our discography and out of our system. I’ve already told the guys we’re going to go back into something more extreme for the next record.

We’ve got a live album coming up after ‘The Octagonal Stairway‘ and then we’re going to do a split with Cherubs which is going to be more in tune with that noise rock-type stuff and then we’ll do another full-length. I have every intention at this point for it to be shorter, faster, weirder songs, sort of like the earlier stuff.”