Cradle Of Filth Stream Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds)”

Cradle Of Filth are streaming a remixed/remastered version of their song “Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds).“ This version of the track will appear on the new “re-misteressed” edition of “Cruelty And The Beast,“ which is set to be released on November 1.

Dance Gavin Dance Release Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Acceptance Speech”

Dance Gavin Dance have released a remixed/remastered version of their 2013 album “Acceptance Speech.“ The new version is titled “Acceptance Speech 2.0“ and it can be streamed below, along with an instrumental version:

Sworn In Part Ways With Tyler Dennen

Sworn In have parted ways with Tyler Dennen. The vocalist is leaving to focus on his new project Jaine Doe.

The band commented:

“Moving forward, we wanted to share with you guys that us and Tyler are going our separate ways.

Over 3 albums and an EP, we’ve done so much together and we’re proud of him for moving on to write his own music, sing, and play guitar in his new project. We’ll be continuing to follow our own paths while supporting each other.

Sworn In will be continuing on. We will be releasing a remixed/remastered Start/End EP next Friday 6/29 via Fearless Records and celebrating with a release show in Milwaukee. You can catch us playing the EP and Let Down live on tour all summer.

Tyler wants to make sure it is understood that he has nothing but love, respect, admiration and appreciation for every moment spent in sworn in, and with Chris Derek and Eugene.

Both us and Tyler have new music coming and you can expect to hear new releases from us both in the next year. We’re really happy to both be doing our own things and getting along better than ever. Thank you for always supporting us.

– Sworn In // JAINE DOE”

The aforementioned remixed/remastered edition of “Start/End“ can be steamed below:

Paradise Lost To Release Remixed & Remastered Version Of “Believe In Nothing”

Paradise Lost will be releasing a remixed and remastered version of their 2001 album “Believe In Nothing” on June 29. You can find a lyric video for the new version of “Mouth” below. Frontman Nick Holmes commented:

“It’s no secret that we were never entirely happy with the production on this record, despite really liking the songs. It’s been a long time coming, but we finally found the right moment to go back into the studio with Gomez (Orgone Studios) and play around with it. We hope you all enjoy the remixed version so you can hear how the songs were meant to sound.”