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WOLF KING ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM; SINGLE STREAMING NOW

Nov 20, 2020

WOLF KING are back with a new album, titled The Path of Wrath. The follow up to their blistering 2018 release, Loyal To The Soil, confirms the Bay Area blackened heavy metal band have lost none of their bite. The Path of Wrath is a well crafted twelve track opus, set for release via Prosthetic Records on March 5, 2021. The band have today released the album's lead single, Sanctuary, on streaming services as well as premiering an accompanying music video via Decibel Magazine. Filmed by Vance Valenzuela during their March, 2020 tour with Vale of Pnath.

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GAMA BOMB RELEASE THIRD SINGLE FROM UPCOMING ALBUM, 'SEA SAVAGE'

Nov 20, 2020

Irish thrashers, GAMA BOMB, have today released Miami Supercops - the third single to be taken from their upcoming studio album, Sea Savage. Miami Supercops is streaming everywhere now, and has an accompanying video premiering at New Noise Magazine. Sea Savage will set off on it's maiden voyage and be released via Prosthetic Records on December 4; pre-orders are available now.

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DEPTHS OF HATRED ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, 'INHERITANCE'; SINGLE, 'FASTIDIOUS IMITATION', OUT NOW

Nov 13, 2020

DEPTHS OF HATRED return with their new album, Inheritance, their first full length release via Prosthetic Records - due out on March 19, 2021. With a new vocalist, a new sound and a new energy to kick off 2021 - DEPTHS OF HATRED have lost none of the technical edge that made them stand out from the death metal pack. To accompany the album release, lead single Fastidious Imitation is available on all streaming platforms. Inheritance is available to pre-order now. On the next chapter of the band, DEPTHS OF HATRED comment, "We worked hard with our new lineup and on our new sound to really bring things up a level. With a diverse choice of songs, we feel that the final product is a new chapter for DEPTHS OF HATRED. We cant wait for everyone to hear what we've put together." Watch the video for Fastidious Imitation below.

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