Integrity & Krieg Share New Songs From New Split Release

Integrity and Krieg have announced that their new split release will be available on August 3 via Relapse. You can pre-order that HERE, and check out two songs from the effort, including Integrity‘s “Scorched Earth“ and Krieg’s “Circle Of Guilt”, below:

Track Listing:

01. Integrity – “Scorched Earth”
02. Integrity – “Flames Of The Immortal”
03. Integrity – “Sons Of Satan” (Vermapyre cover)
04. Integrity – “Document One” (G.I.S.M. cover)
05. Krieg – “Circle Of Guilt”
06. Krieg – “This Time I’ll Leave You To Drown”
07. Krieg – “The Sick Winds Stir The Cold Dawn” (live)

[via Revolver]


Enter Shikari Premiere “Undercover Agents” Video

Enter Shikari have premiered a new video for their song “Undercover Agents.” The clip was directed by George Cheswick, and the track is featured on the band’s latest album “The Spark.”

Gruesome (Exhumed, Etc.) Premiere “Fatal Illusions” Music Video

Gruesome (Exhumed, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Fatal Illusions.” This track is from the band’s new album “Twisted Prayers,“ which will be released on June 1.

Matt Harvey commented:

“‘Fatal Illusions‘ is a track that was truly co-written by Dan, Gus and myself musically and it was a lot of fun to arrange everyone’s riffs while we put the song together. One of the coolest things about this new record, for me personally, is that the writing has become more and more of a team effort, which is invigorating and keeps things interesting for us.

When looking at ‘Spiritual Healing‘ for inspiration, one of the more depressing realizations that I came to as far as the lyrics, was that many of the topics that Death were addressing back in 1990 are still major issues today. As everyone knows, mass shootings have reached epidemic proportions in this country and we felt that it was a very ‘death metal’ appropriate topic to tackle.

This tune is more about the delusions that lead someone to commit this kind of violence; the mindset that would make someone take such a drastic and tragic course of action. Before anyone starts projecting their own politics on the song, this is not an anti or pro-gun song. This is an anti-mass shooting song. And if you think that there’s anything controversial about that, you can fuck right off.”