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Andorra’s progressive metal alchemists Nami have released a lyric video for the song “Silent Mouth,” which features Loïc Rosseti from German post-metal group The Ocean. The track comes from the band’s second full-length album The Eternal Light of the Unconscious Mind, which was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Katatonia, Witchcraft) at Fascination Street Studios in Örebrö, Sweden. Hailing from Andorra, a small country located between France and Spain, Nami are the embodiment of the next great wave of European metal to emerge from the continent. This record is the follow-up to Nami’s debut Fragile Elements.

Victoria Liedtke and Ginger Wildheart are the two musical minds that together comprise the rock band Hey! Hello!. The duo released their self-titled debut via The End Records on Tuesday July 22, 2013 and are streaming it online for the world to hear – and sound like, according to their bio, “[a] delicious cheeseburger for the aural senses”. How awesome is that?

In continued support of their sin-ridden new release ‘Confessions’, multi-platinum rockers Buckcherry have confirmed additional Summer tour dates that will span from Coast to Coast, and even into Canada. Debuting at #20 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart, ‘Confessions’ is described by Drum! Magazine as “…Buckcherry’s most ambitious album yet!” and continues to sweep crowds into hard rock oblivion.

Swedish old-school death metal act Desolator will release its debut full-length album Unearthly Monument on June 30th via Hellthrasher Productions. According to a press release, the album consists of 12 tracks (including re-recorded versions of some of the band’s earlier songs as well as several brand new pieces), presenting a new, individual take on the glory days of Entomber, Grave, and Dismember. Unearthly Monument was mixed and mastered by Nikos G. at Hellish Music Productions and features the track listing outlined below. The promotional track “Infernal Gathering” is available for streaming below as well.

The brand new, self-titled disc from Canadian band Incura is a true breath of fresh air for the heavy music scene. This is a group that consistently pushes musical boundaries, blazing new ground in the crossover metal world, and their latest offering does nothing less than astound.

“Bands often use a self-titled album to stamp something – a new beginning, a new sound, a career-defining batch of songs by which all of their other work can be measured.” This quote comes from MyChildren MyBride’s Facebook page and helps to explain exactly what this new release means for the group. Their third disc, MyChildren MyBride, features a tweaked line-up (now with five members instead four) and begs the question, with an extra member, did it greatly affect the group and their music?