Ektomorf Premiere “Smashing The Past” Music Video

Ektomorf have premiered a new video for their new song “Smashing The Past.” This track is from the band’s new album “Reborn,” which will be released tomorrow (January 22). Frontman Zoli Farkas commented:

“This was the very first song I wrote for Reborn – not a single note, nor a beat changed since the day of writing this song until the day we recorded this in the studio. You can still prominently feel the influences from our predecessor album Fury on this track: fast, aggressive, with a groovy breakdown and spiced with a killer solo to top it off! In my opinion, this it’s the perfect last single off the new album – pure thrash!“

Ektomorf Premiere “And The Dead Will Walk” Music Video

Ektomorf have premiered a new video for their new song “And The Dead Will Walk.” This track is from the band’s new album “Reborn,” which will be released on January 22. Frontman Zoli Farkas commented:

“‘And The Dead Will Walk’ is the darkest and heaviest number on the new album Reborn, slow and evil, and the video is just what I always wanted to make! It’s like an old school horror movie with a foggy scenery at a real graveyard. This creepy setting gives you the chills – can’t wait to play it live!“

Living Sacrifice’s “Reborn” To Receive New Vinyl Pressing

Living Sacrifice have announced that they are planning to release a new limited edition vinyl pressing of their 1997 album “Reborn.” The effort will be available tomorrow (November 24) and it will be limited to 500 copies.

Cadaver Premiere “Reborn” Video

Cadaver, the band featuring Anders Odden (Satyricon) and Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth), have premiered a new video for their new song “Reborn.” This track is from their new album “Edder & Bile,” which will be released on November 27.

Odden commented:

“‘Reborn‘ is one of those songs that just jumps out and grabs you as a listener. The way nothing in the song repeats is a symbol of time itself. The lyrics are about not being afraid of who you are and that you should claim your own throne in life. So many things will go wrong with every one of us and I wanted the video for the song to both represent our current time and become timeless.

In 1896, the famous Norwegian artist, Theodore Kittelsen, depicted the Black Death as a spirit in human form as a woman named ‘Pesta’. She plays with our lives, making us feel fragile while the pest doctor symbolizes our defense against death. It is there to remind everyone of our origins, every human has the shadow of a beast.

We are all gonna die at the end no matter our triumphs – only death is real. But, while we wait for the end we should be celebrating the post-apocalyptic world we are heading into.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Reborn”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “Reborn.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“I wrote and recorded Reborn on a four track tape recorder on the tour bus while we were still out on tour in support of the first album. Then sometime in 2004 Joel, Shawn, & myself went back up to Catamount Studios (that’s where the 1st album was recorded) to get a better version of the song. This version is without Corey or James.”

Stone Sour Share 2004 Instrumental Demo Of “Reborn” For “Come What(ever) May” 10th Anniversary

Stone Sour have shared a 2004 instrumental demo of their song “Reborn,” to commemorate the 10th anniversary of “Come What(ever) May.” Check it out below:

Josh Rand said the following:

“I wrote this song on the bus while we were still touring the first album. Then sometime in 2004, I went back to Catamount Recording studios in Iowa (that’s where the 1st Stone Sour album was recorded) to demo this and some of the other tracks I’d written over the course of the year.
There is no demo in existence with Corey‘s vocals because the first time he sang to the song, was during the recording sessions for ‘Come What(ever) May‘.”