Pedophile Priests Release Music Video For ‘Przeminęła’ Announce Release Date For New Album ‘Cancer’

Dublin-based Pedophile Priests have premiered their much-awaited first single “Przeminęła” from their forthcoming sophomore album entitled “Cancer”, due for release on November 8th 2019 (full release details below).
The title of the first single “Przeminęła” roughly translates from Polish to English as “Passed”, and the lyrics, which are also in Polish, deal with the challenges posed by the passing of youth and beauty, particularly for women, and the transience of life.
The epic music video was conceived, directed, filmed and edited by Olga Kuzmenko (, and stars Jody Murray as the lead actress alongside members of the band and several extras.

Pedophile Priests were formed in Dublin, Ireland in 2014 by guitarist Piotr “Niemiec” Niemczewski. Piotr’s metal approach to music writing and his guitar technique were perfected throughout the years in death metal bands such as Mortis DeiPuki ‘Mahlu and Lady Maggot. Work on a first album was finished with the help and input of session drummer – Łukasz Krzesiewicz (EsqarialSammath NaurGnidaCrionics…).

In this line-up, in spring 2015, Pedophile Priests finished recording their full-length debut album entitled ‘Dark Transgression of the Soul”. Also in spring 2015, former musician of Thy Worshiper – Krystian “Kruszon” Mistarz joined the band as a permanent drummer.
In August 2015, the band signed a record deal with Metal Scrap Records. Metal Scrap Records released the debut album entitled “Dark Transgression of the Soul” worldwide on December 7th 2015.

Since January 2016, Pedophile Priests have been playing regular gigs. In October 2016, The Pedophile Priests crew supported polish metal legend KAT on part of their Irish and UK tour. In 2017/2018, the band started composing and recording new material and in the meantime supported another polish metal legend – Quo Vadis on their Irish tour.
In the spring of 2019, the band finished work on their second album entitled “Cancer”, which will be released by Metal Scrap Records worldwide on November 8th. In the meantime, the band finished work on a video clip for the first single entitled “Przeminęła”. The video was directed and produced by Olga Kuzmenko will be released on September 6th.

Pedophile Priests are:
Piotr „Niemiec“ Niemczewski – guitars and vocals
Krystian „Kruszon“ Mistarz – drums


Album Release Details:

Album title: ”Cancer”
Release date: November 8th
Singles release dates:
”Przeminęła” – Official Single & Music Video – September 6th
”Pedophile Priests” – Official Single & Lyrics Video – October 4th
”Mr. Grey” – Official Single  & Music Video – November 8th (album release date).
Label: Metal Scrap Records

1. Dublin Walking Dead
2. Children of the Transformation
3. World Disassembled
4. Pedophile Priests
5. Przeminęła
6. Live Own Way
7. Entropy of Creatures on Earth
8. Modern Capitalism
9. The Path of Aisha
10. Mr. Gray
11. Zejście w Zaświaty

Promo photos credit: Johanna Rubezahl

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Oracle Announce Debut LP ‘NOVISSIMA’ Out November 1st Release New Track All-Father

Belfast based Oracle have announced their debut album ‘NOVISSIMA’ is coming on November 1st.
I discovered this band during their early days and was a fan of their debut EP Tales of Pythia and first single ‘Burn The Nameless’. Their next track ‘Serpentine’ was a improvement in my humble opinion and after hearing their latest track All-Father I’m now convinced these lads have it all. This is a massive jump in quality!
They were excellent at Bloodstock in 2018, so that has clearly lit a massive fire under them as this is another level.
They’ve clearly all grown as a band and this is just monstrous in every regard!
If this track is anything to go by? NOVISSIMA is an album of the year contender no doubt about it!
I’m sold on this album now anyway and really looking forward to hearing the finished product.


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Irish Metal Roundup: August 2019

Irish Metal Roundup: August 2019

Our roundup of releases from the Irish scene for August 2019.
We normally do news also, but I had a mental month and spent half the month offline basically. Bloodstock and more in there. I despise phones, so it was just concentrate on getting the releases for this month.
I may just cut the news out and leave it at just releases going forward. We’ll see how it goes as I’m not as busy going forward…

Anyway, hopefully we got all the releases for August. Please let us know if we missed anything…

XERO – This Endless Fall

XERO really go all out when releasing anything, and they upped the bar again with This Endless Fall. Allan Atkins (Judas Priest) & Shawn Bowen (Neurotica, Meatspace, Didges Christ Superdrum).
A band doing everything right so hopefully they can continue their growth…


Coroza – Chaliceburner

Cork based Coroza released their debut album ‘Chaliceburner’. A mix of doom, sludge with a heavy blues feel. In regards to this genre, it’s among the best released this year in this country. An absolutely brilliant album!
Get to know this band if you don’t know them as of yet.


Infectious – Visions

Dublin based Infectious released their debut music video ‘Visions’ which is their lead single from their debut EP ‘Visions’.
A young band heading in the right direction. I’ve seen some live footage and these lads aren’t fucking around! A modern metal band to keep an eye on!


THVS – Palisades

Sounding like every 90’s band that didn’t get signed. THVS are here, and they are here to play Heavy Pop.
Moving away from their hardcore roots with this track and embracing their full on new Heavy Pop direction.
This kind of stuff was rampant in the 90’s and to hear it again in 2019 is refreshing. People playing music they like and don’t care if you don’t…
Bloody brilliant!


Strangers With Guns – Degenerate Art

In Dublin based Strangers With Guns own words ‘If you reflect on 90s “Grunge” and ask why people stopped making that sort of music, you might dig us.’
A great way to describe their sound, but there’s more. There’s a real Primus feel at times along with bands such as The Pixies. It’s a throwback album in many regards, but that’s not a criticism. It’s bringing back great old sounds that you don’t normally hear now. I personally love this album, so that’s all that matters to me!
In all seriousness, if you are older and want a trip down memory lane but with new tracks? Get on this!


Death Can Wait – Left

Death Can Wait released their debut single ‘Left’ from their forthcoming debut untitled as of now EP. I saw this band earlier this Summer.While it was obvious it was among the bands first gigs, I saw enough that day. I saw raw potential and with the release of their debut single ‘Left’ I’m thinking I may have been right! I’m not some sort of Septic Peg, but over the years this has happened many times. You can just tell a band has something in the tank and the right work ethic to bring it to fruition.
A band I’ll be keeping a close eye on as they’re doing everything right and heading firmly in the right direction!


Wardomized – …A Heated Exchange

Belfast based Wardomized released their album …A Heated Exchange via Sudden Strike Records.
This is pure filth! In the best possible way of course. A top Grindcore album that stands among the best released this year in that particular genre. An absolute beast of an album!
Note: Putting this album on again held up my progress here by around half an hour…


Noosed – Noosed

Galway based Death/Sludge/Noise project Noosed released their first Demo ‘Noosed’. This is fucking horrible in every way and I absolutely adore it! The production is shit and it’s the kind of thing you could use for torture methods…
The samples are great and it’s a real old school heavy D.I.Y release. Nothing fancy here. Just brutal heaviness! Brilliance!


Cursed Sun – MDK 187

Welcome to the purge!
Cursed Sun released their latest video/single ‘MDK 187. They really took risks with this video in regards to content that may offend some fucking snowflake… It suits the song and it’s a great D.I.Y video and proof a good video can be done on a budget if you’re creative in your approach.
This band really knocked it out of the park with this track and as a longtime fan of this band, I’m damned well impressed.
Burn it down!!!
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Brand New Dead Things – The Great Distraction (F.C.K.T.R.M.P) 

Brand New Dead Things released their latest single ‘ The Great Distraction (F.C.K.T.R.M.P)’. This band do and always have reminded me of Soundgarden. Their vocalist has a great range and reminds me of Chris in regards to his vocal style. This is possibly their strongest track to date? I’m a longtime fan of this band and was really impressed by this track. Check this band out if you don’t know them and especially if you’re a fan of Soundgarden. You’ll dig this without doubt!  


Atheos – Ruins Monarch

Atheos have continued their comeback after a lengthy hiatus. They released a second track from their forthcoming album ‘Words Of Eroding Worlds’.
On the strength of this track, I’m really looking forward to this album! This band always released material of the highest quality so I expect this to be a blinder!
One of the most underrated death metal bands in the country without doubt. Hopefully this album goes far and wide upon release.


Ascend The Hollow – Vessels

Ascend The Hollow released their third video/single ‘Vessels’ from their acclaimed album ‘Echoes Of Existence’. If you like this particular track? Just check out the album! It’s brilliant! A top class cyber metal release.


Otheria – The Phoenix Rising

Otheria are a Symphonic Metal band hailing from Belfast and released their debut single ‘The Phoenix Rising’ last month. There’s not many bands like this in Ireland so it’s refreshing to see. Their vocalist has some voice! Great range hits all the notes! They’re the kind of band you’d see at a European festival basically. So, lets hope they get some traction in Europe. A band with a shit ton of potential here. The guitar work on this track is also of the highest quality. All goes to plan, they will go far I reckon! File under one to watch!


Ophelias Wrath – Ophelia

Dublin based Ophelias Wrath are an old school NWOBHM influenced band, and this track reminds me of old school Saxon. A track fans of classic heavy metal will love. Great lead guitar work and the vocals work to perfection in regards to their style. Nice to see a band tip their hat to times gone by and honor their legacy.
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Lady Axe – Bane

In their own words.
In the vein of old Judas Priest, BANE addresses the oppression of women in religion, deeming them witches out of fear. Feminine power is the bane of the patriarchal systems and women or witches are a threat.
Featuring Black Metal artist Anushka Draven (Dunkelheit) on lead guitar and drums, this is the first single off the upcoming LadyAxe EP. All vocals and guitars by Natasha Danzig (LadyAxe)


That’s our round up for August 2019 concluded. Again, if we missed anything? Please make us aware as we always update these even if long after publishing them. They’ll all drop individually again In December as the year concludes.
If you liked this? Give it a share. It helps the bands reach new people and we make nothing from this financially!
Same again next month!

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Seas Of Conflict have returned with their brand new single, ‘Prometheus‘, a sequel to their modern metalcore banger, ‘Eventide‘, which you can watch here. ‘Eventide’ demonstrated an ability to weave technicality with melody and ‘Prometheus’ hits back with a relentless explosion of groove, aggression and a fiery narrative with raw emotion. 

‘Eventide’ and ‘Prometheus’ were recorded in August of 2018 immediately following the bands NZ support slot with Make Them Suffer and Silent Planet. The production team remained the same as 2017’s Vestige EP which was produced by Zorran Mendonsa (Antagonist AD, City Of Souls, and Skyharbor) and mastered by Ermin Hamidovic (PeripheryNorthlane) of Systemic Productions

“These songs are our proudest achievements to date” tells vocalist Kody NaidooThe music holds nothing back between the two songs, from their most melodic moment to their heaviest yet, this is Seas Of Conflict at their full potential. The two singles can be viewed as a conversation between two entities. ‘Eventide’ is an outcry of love, confessing vulnerability and affection, and ‘Prometheus’ “thunders into the dark depths of betrayal and hurt, using the story of the titular character from Greek Mythology as a metaphor,” explains Kody.

Visually, ‘Prometheus’ follows on from ‘Eventide’ with its beautifully dark content and evil undertones and was also created by notable Maori director Amber Beaton (BeastwarsJimmy UrineBulletbelt) and produced by Lisa Wolf. The band wanted to collaborate with someone with vivid creativity for this project so they approached Amber with the intention of presenting the two parts using her ominous, goth-inspired flair. The narrative features characters based on Scandinavian folklore with a dark twist, the narrative revolves around a young forest-dwelling outcast who tries to escape the curse of a Grimm. Interwoven with captivating performance shots, the videos were shot in a stunning arboretum in the band’s hometown of Hamilton, NZ, in the middle of autumn.

Formed in the wake of Hamilton’s rising tide of modern metal and hardcore, Seas Of Conflict started making waves in the New Zealand underground community in 2011; quickly proving that these impressionable, fresh minds were a creative force that commanded attention. Since then the band has gone from strength to strength, beginning their career with opening slots alongside bands like Thy Art Is MurderStray From The Path, and In Hearts Wake and working their way up to the release of their 2017 EP Vestige, which lit a fire in the band to pursue a sound that was resonating throughout the country. The band now anticipate their biggest year yet as they prepare to play support for Northlane on their only NZ show for 2019 in Auckland October 26 and just opened for Polaris‘ sold out show last weekend alongside Crooked Royals

‘Eventide’ pushed the band into a brand new realm and is available now! ‘Prometheus’ picks up where ‘Eventide’ left off and solidifies Seas Of Conflict as a band that can do both melodic and brutal. ‘Prometheus’ is out today and is available on all streaming platforms and digital stores at

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UK Based Hardcore Band Contaminated Release Debut Video/Single Acceptance

UK based Hardcore act Contaminated have released their debut single/video Acceptance.
This have clearly made this video on a shoe string budget, but the song itself more than holds up so who cares? I don’t anyway!
If this track is anything to go by than these lads are heading firmly in the right direction!
Vocalist Matty Hall is very experienced for his young age and toured heavily with bands such as Guardian in the past. He has got the right team of musicians around him here and they have a real Hatebreed vibe to their sound. Which suits me all day…
One to most definitely watch and I’ll be keeping a firm eye on their progress. I can see massive potential here so lets hope all goes well for them.
They released this statement today.

Here it is. The video for the debut single ‘Acceptance’.

We’ve put our blood, sweat and tears into making this happen with no budget and almost everything up against us.

So with that in mind, take a look, share it with your friends, leave your thoughts in the comments section but most importantly… enjoy the fuck out of it.

Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming EP.…

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SILVERTOMB Release New Single ‘Love You Without No Lies’ Debut LP ‘Edge of Existence’ Out November 1st

US metal act SILVERTOMB have announced the release of debut album Edge of Existence on 1st November via Long Branch Records/SPV and have released new single ‘Love You Without No Lies’

Kenny Hickey comments on single ‘Love You Without No Lies’:
“The first song written for the record Edge of Existence, ‘Love You Without No Lies’ was conceived before keyboardist Aaron Joos was added to the lineup. Keyboard was then retrofitted into the song. The piano intro was originally a guitar intro played by Joe James and distorted keys were added to the verses and hammond organs to the choruses. The lyrics question whether love is possible without some degree of conscious concealment or dishonesty.”

SILVERTOMB‘s debut album Edge of Existence explores Kenny Hickey’s personal struggles with addiction, love, and suicide, and the death of his singer and frontman Peter Steele in 2010 and subsequent disbandment of Type O Negative.

Edge Of Existence is available for pre-order here

The album cover art for Edge Of Existence was conceived by Joe James and Kenny Hickey. The idea was to capture the classic black light, Sci-Fi poster art popular in the 1970s. The central skeletal figure on the front cover was modelled after the famous images of the ascension of Christ, with Hickey posing for the image and the artist Rodrigo Canteras sketching the image of the robed skeleton over his proportions.

Formed in the wake of Type O Negative and Seventh VoidSILVERTOMB is the latest musical endeavour of Kenny Hickey (Type O NegativeSeventh Void), Johnny Kelly (Type O NegativeDanzig) and Hank Hell (Seventh VoidInhuman). This time teaming up with New York hardcore veteran Joseph James (Agnostic FrontInhuman) and Aaron Joos (Awaken The ShadowEmpyreon), the band combine the sounds of Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath to create a bone crushing, mind-blowing sonic journey into the underbelly of human emotion.


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