Bring Me The Horizon Premiere New Song “Wonderful Life” Feat. Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth

Bring Me The Horizon have premiered a new song titled “Wonderful Life.“ This track features Dani Filth (Cradle Of Filth) and it will appear on the band’s new album “Amo,“ which is set to be released on January 25.

“Amo” Track Listing:

01. “I Apologise If You Feel Something”
02. “Mantra”
03. “Nihilist Blues” (feat. Grimes)
04. “In The Dark”
05. “Wonderful Life” (feat. Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth)
06. “Ouch”
07. “Medicine”
08. “Sugar Honey Ice & Tea”
09. “Why You Gotta Kick Me When I’m Down?”
10. “Fresh Bruises”
11. “Mother Tongue”
12. “Heavy Metal” (feat. Rahzel)
13. “I Don’t Know What To Say”


The Browning Premiere New Song “Geist” Feat. Paul Bartzsch (We Butter The Bread With Butter)

The Browning are streaming the title track to their new album “Geist,” which is set to be released on October 26. This song features a guest appearance from Paul Bartzsch (We Butter The Bread With Butter).

Hail Sagan Premiere “Haterbait” Video

Hail Sagan have premiered a new video for their new song “Haterbait.” This track will appear on the band’s new EP.

Frontwoman Sagan Amery commented:

“We’re all aware that bullying exists. It’s shoved down our throats every time we use social media, or go online. Every comment section, every post is plagued by people crushing each other verbally. And for what? To waste time? To fight over politics? Who has that much time on this planet that they want to waste it hurting each other? I’ve had to deal with big mouthed, keyboard warriors, ones who make false claims, or stir the pot and run away, and I’d rather not fight with them on a post. I’d rather them come tell me in person about how they feel. But cowards hide behind screens, so we one-upped them with a song and video. It’s basically an invitation to put up or shut up.”

She also added:

“I am very fond of old school hardcore music, it’s something that, along with punk, defined my childhood and teenage years. I came from a place in the world where people were raised to be very direct, so this new way of being rude to each other online, making a post, and running away, doesn’t really work for me. So we went hard on this song, both lyrically, and melodically. Everything else we’ve done has been more artistic, so we wanted a gritty, street kind of feel to the video, which I think we achieved.”

[via Music Monster]

The Heard (Ex-Crucified Barbara, Etc.) Premiere New Song “A Death Supreme”

The Heard, the band featuring former Crucified Barbara members Klara “Force” Rönnqvist Fors, Ida “Evileye” Stenbacka, and Nikki Wicked along with Jonas “Skinny Disco” Kangur (Deathstars) and Pepper Potemkin, have premiered a new song titled “A Death Supreme.” This track is from the group’s new album “The Island,” which will be released on November 2.

Blabbermouth shared a description of the track and album:

“A Death Supreme” tells the story of a female writer who moves out to the island in hope for a better life. But her past catches on and instead of becoming an ugly corpse she chooses “a death supreme.” The music and its harmonies reflect the beautiful but troubled soul.

In the deep, dark waters of the Baltic Sea there is an island. A very peculiar island. At first glance, it might seem beautiful and peaceful, idyllic even, but the island’s seductive powers are not all they seem.

“The Island” revolves around the characters and places on this mysterious island. It is a concept album where the listener becomes acquainted with an island that is located somewhere between dream and reality, a place with room for both the ordinary and the supernatural. An island filled with both love and sorrow, where vitality and death live side by side.

“The Island” Track Listing:

01. “The Island”
02. “A Death Supreme”
03. “Tower Of Silence”
04. “Sirens”
05. “It”
06. “Caller Of The Storms”
07. “Revenge Song”
08. “Queen Scarlet”
09. “Crystal Lake”
10. “Leaving The Island”

Haken Premiere “A Cell Divides” Music Video

Haken have premiered a new video for their new song “A Cell Divides.” This track is from the band’s new album “Vector,“ which will be released on October 26. Ray Hearne commented:

“Spawned from some hotel room writing sessions last year, Vector’s album closer was a fresh approach to concise song writing, for which we are not typically known. While the lyrics in A Cell Divides unlock more clues to the narrative of Vector, the video, filmed mostly in slow motion, contradicts the frantic pace of the song and delves into the beauty of flawed and warped imagery.”

Soulfly Premiere Lyric Video For “Under Rapture” Feat. Ross Dolan (Immolation)

Soulfly have premiered a lyric video for their song “Under Rapture.” This track features Ross Dolan (Immolation) and it appears on the band’s new album “Ritual,” which was released today (October 19). Dolan commented:

“It was really exciting for me to be part of the new Soulfly album. ‘Under Rapture’ is a crushing song and I was on board the second I heard it. It was truly an honor for me to have been part of this. I think it’s a sick song both musically and lyrically and I am really happy with the end result! This collaboration started last February when we were invited out as support on the ‘Return To Roots’ tour which eventually led to Max singing on the ‘Morbid Visions’ cover we did for the ‘Death Is Just The Beginning’ comp. As fans, having Max part of this made it really special and truly meant the world to us.”

Jinjer Premiere “Ape” Music Video

Jinjer have premiered a new video for their new song “Ape.” This track is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming EP. Bassist Euge Kostyuk commented:

“It’s been two years since we have released new material, and it was high time to bring something brand new to the table. By last Spring we collected a bunch of musical ideas which we eagerly wanted to turn into songs, in other words we really had something to say with our music. So here you are! This Fall is the season of Jinjer.”