Hot on the heels of the release of the lengthy behind-the-scenes video for the making of “Your Broken Shore,”…
Death/doom supergroup, Pulchra Morte join us for the latest edition of our Stereo Six segment, detailing six classic albums that directly influenced the sweet sounds on the band’s debut release, Divina Autem Et Aniles, out now via Ceremonial Records.
My Dying Bride have issued a statement regarding their concert cancellations last year and news of new music from the band. Read more here.
In between chatting with fans and performing tracks of the band’s twelfth opus, Feel the Misery (out now via Peaceville Records), My Dying Bride guitarist Andrew Craighan shared with us this awesome tour story.
Feel The Misery may not reinvent the wheel, but it certainly shows exactly why My Dying Bride are masters of their genre.
Metal albums continue to be a commanding force of nature in 2015 and their accompanying visuals – the cover artwork – have immensely helped in creating additional interest for the music, enhancing its allure.
My Dying Bride’s latest opus and 12th full studio album, Feel the Misery, is set for release on September 18. Stream new song “And My Father Left Forever” here!
A band like My Dying Bride really has no business making albums that are as good as A Map of All Our Failures this late in the game. After 22 years it seems to be expected that a group will lose its edge and start to churn out discs that are merely a shadow of their former selves. With A Map of All Our Failures; however, My Dying Bride prove that bands indeed can still release outstanding material much later in their careers.
UK doom hero, My Dying Bride, has launched a mini-site for its upcoming album, A Map of all our Failures, featuring album info, audio, video, downloads and more. Fans can now stream a brand new song, “Kneel till Doomsday,” on Soundcloud just below, and those who sign up for the My Dying Bride mailing list will receive a free download of the track. A Map of all our Failures is due out on October 16th via Peaceville Records.
For the past 20 years the British doom metal band, My Dying Bride has been cranking out what I would consider genre-defining, bone-crushing metal. On their latest disc Evinta, the band has taken a different approach to their music by stripping down and reworking their older classic tunes. Instead of the anticipated wall of sludgy guitars the songs include a symphonic orchestra, a choir and operatic vocals that give them a completely different feel.
UK doom titan My Dying Bride will premiere a brand new song “You Are Not The One Who Loves Me”, from the band’s 20- year anniversary collection ‘Evinta’, this weekend on Full Metal Jackie syndicated radio. To find a rock station near you airing the show, go to: fullmetaljackieradio.com.