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Third Island Release Official Video ‘Procession’ From Their Debut LP ‘Omelas’

 

 

Irish Doom merchants Third Island have just released a new video ‘Procession’ from their acclaimed debut album ‘Omelas’. I finally got around to listening to the album a few days ago, and it’s a massive step up from their debut EP ‘Dusk’. I rated that EP and the band showed a lot of early promise. They’ve stepped up their game with this release and should take them up to the next level in their development. 

They released this statement. 

We’re delighted to show you the video Gordon Hogan has created for our song “Procession”, off our new album Omelas. Very happy with how this came out, it really captures the atmosphere of our music. Check it out below!
Rest of the album, as usual, can be heard here: http://thirdisland.bandcamp.com. Thanks for listening.

 

 

Third Island is a post metal band formed in 2015 and based in Ireland. Drawing from a wide array of influences including doom, post rock, shoegaze, sludge, progressive and stoner rock, the band aims to create a unique sound blending huge guitar tones and dark atmospheres. The band is made up of multi-instrumentalists Liam O’Connor, John Quill, and Seamus Quaid.

 

In the summer of 2016 Third Island released their debut EP “Dusk”. Based on themes of nightmares and sleep disorders, the EP aims to bring the listener on a journey through insomnia and fear. The EP was well received, and followed by a number of shows well into 2017 and 2018.

 

Third Island released their debut album “ Omelas” on April 1st 2018. This album’s concept follows the story of “The Ones Who Walk Away From The Omelas” by Ursula K. Le Guin. Written over the course of a year, the album lyrically and musically explores the themes of the story; the joy of discovery, the pride of the city, the anger and sadness of learning the truth of their false utopia, and final isolation of the ultimatum. This is achieved through a meld of genres, shifting slowly through melancholic post-rock and progressive passages into oppressive, anxious doom and sludge.

 

The band are currently looking for live shows to showcase the release of the upcoming album this Autumn/Winter.

 

Please get in touch via social media or thirdislandband@gmail.com for bookings and availability.

 

 

 

http://www.thirdislandband.com

https://www.facebook.com/thirdislandband

https://twitter.com/3rdisland

https://thirdisland.bandcamp.com

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MORBID ANGEL Unleash Unsettling Nader Sadek-Produced “Garden Of Disdain” Video

 

 

Legendary death metal unit MORBID ANGEL today unveils the unsettling new video for “Garden Of Disdain” from the band’s recently-issued Kingdoms Disdained full-length.

 

Produced by Nadar Sadek, “Garden Of Disdain” is a tale of allegory and Sumerian-fueled vision. Bristling with gore and metaphor, Sadek has created a disturbing piece that depicts the darkest, most hopeless sides of the human condition.

 

“My intention is to create a visual parallel to the song,” offers Sadek, “a theme which repeats, yet within the loop-lay textures are controlled twists and turns. It was a bonus that I had the opportunity to use Sumerian iconography as well as obscure symbols of the pre-ancient past such as the Merkaba, a galaxy-roaming vessel. “

 

“Nader does some of the most interesting and dark visual art I have ever seen,” says bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker. “We were excited to work with him and see our musical ideas put into such amazing visuals!”

 

 

Kingdoms Disdained was released in December via Silver Lining Music. The critically-lauded recordreunites founding guitarist Trey Azagthoth with bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker. Captured at Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida and produced by MORBID ANGEL with Erik Rutan, the record delivers eleven pieces of devastatingly dynamic death metal. Rolling Stone hailed a, “cyclone of blastbeat-driven fury punctuated with Azagthoth’s signature heaving, lunging grooves and Eddie Van Halen-on-a-bad-trip solos,” while Metal Injection crowned the record, “one of the band’s most essential efforts,” adding, “the record contains almost wall to wall instant classics, and is not only Steve Tucker’s best album as MORBID ANGEL frontman, but by extension the group’s most genre-defining effort since 1995’s iconic Domination.” Orders for Kingdoms Disdained are currently available at THIS LOCATION.

In conjunction with the band’s US tour, currently underway, Silver Lining Music released a special two-disc digi pack edition of Kingdoms Disdained featuring seven instrumental demo tracks previously only available as part of the deluxe box set. To order the double-disc, go to THIS LOCATION.

 

 
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DISPLAY OF DECAY: “Decimate” Playthrough Premiere

 

 

Display Of Decay have released their latest single and official guitar/bass playthrough, “Decimate”. The track is taken from the bands highly anticipated studio album, ‘Art in Mutilation’, and can be viewed on the Gore House Productions YouTube channel, here:

 

 

Display of Decay state collectively:
“This track was one of the more tricky ones to both write as well as perform, but is easily one of the most punishing tracks. Decimate is a nod to the old school style of death metal Display of Decay was founded on, and is a true statement of what the band has to offer. A big thanks to our sponsors at EMG Pickups and Spector Bass for all of their support!”

Further more, fans can listen to ‘Display Of Decay’ and ‘Unable to Identify’ 

 

 

Gore House Productions confirms May 18th for Display of Decays highly anticipated “Art in Mutilation”.

Celebrating 10 years since their inception, Display of Decay shows no signs of deceleration. ‘Art in Mutilation’ marks the bands latest chapter and their 5thstudio offering. Widely noted for bringing a unique blend of old school death metal, the Edmonton based quartet delivers 8 new tracks of premium, punishing death metal for fans of Cannibal Corpse, Monstrosity, Malevolent Creation, and more. ‘Art of Mutilation’ showcases the crews most vicious material to date
 

Track List:

1. Unable to Identify
2. Forced Frontal Lobotomy
3. Living Monolith
4. Art in Mutilation
5. Condemned to Ash (ft Christian Donaldson)
6. Mortuary of Decay
7. Decimate
8. Human Harvest

Order:
https://www.gorehouseproductions.com/display-of-decay

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/DisplayofDecayOfficial/

https://www.instagram.com/displayofdecay

https://www.youtube.com/user/DisplayofDecay

https://twitter.com/displayofdecay

https://soundcloud.com/displayofdecay

 

 

 

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INHUMAN REMNANTS Release Single ‘II’ From ‘SOLIPSIS’ EP Released June 1st

 

 

Spawning from deep within the aphotic caverns that lurk below the nation’s capital of Canberra comes Inhuman Remnants. They are today announcing the release of their new track – II. Solipsis! Premiered at Youtube Channel Slam Worldwide to their audience of nearly 100k subscribers, the brutal, dark Death Metal track shows off the razor sharp edges, devastating vocals and precision playing of the band.

The track is part two of a three-part story that makes up the mini-EP ‘Solipsis’ that will see its full release on June 1 through Eschatonic Records. The single will see its release this Friday in iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify.

The dark, brooding track was Mixed/Mastered at TsunTsun Productions and the lyric video created by Drain Hope. 

 

Inhuman Remnants are a mainstay of the Death Metal scene in Australia – The end of 2012 saw them release their first EP ‘Anathema’ along with the start of many live shows along the east coast of Australia. Gaining momentum, the band began amassing an eager online following and 16 months later, they released their sophomore EP ‘Inattentional Blindness’ in early 2014.

 

Since 2014 Inhuman Remnants has fine tuned their live show by supporting bands such as AbortedCattle DecapitationRevocationKing ParrotNe ObliviscarisBorn of OsirisThe Black Dahlia Murder and many more.

Inhuman Remnants’ EP ‘Solipsis’ will be unleashed upon an already plagued world on Friday June 1 in iTunes, Spotify and Bandcamp. 

For more information, go to http://www.inhumanremnants.com

 

 

Website: http://www.inhumanremnants.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/inhumanremnants

Twitter: http://twitter.com/inhumanremnants

Bigcartel: http://inhumanremnants.bigcartel.com

Bandcamp: http://inhumanremnants.bandcamp.com

Merchr: https://www.merchr.net/collections/inhuman-remnants

 

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