Wan’s Gamma är äldst, out now via Carnal Records, may be one-dimensional blackened thrash, but on the plus side, it is easy to listen to and plain, simple fun.
Did someone order some thrash? Italian shredder and singer Loris Castiglia, of the Candlelight/Spinefarm Records-signed act Ultra-Violence, counts down his top ten thrash metal album covers.
Skeletonwitch’s Devouring Radiant Light comfortably straddles multiple genres of extreme metal while still effectively retaining appeal to fans within each of those sub-genres; a mature expression overall, but lacking some of the grit of prior offerings.
Skeletonwitch have dropped the third track off their new album, Devouring Radiant Light with the release of “Temple of the Sun.”
Skeletonwitch have hit us again with “When Paradise Fades,” the second track to be released from their new album, Devouring Radiant Light.
Death metal legends Obituary have announced a summer North American tour with support from Pallbearer, Skeletonwitch and Dust Bolt.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnyGNIx6vIQ Skeletonwitch interview Nate “N8 Feet Under” Garnette and Evan “Loosh” Linger Heavy Montréal – August 6th, 2016 Interview…
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Skeletonwitch have shared the seven-minute song “Red Death, White Light” from their new EP, The Apothic Gloom (due August 19).
“Serpents Unleashed,” the title track of the forthcoming new full-length from blackened thrash metal miscreants, Skeletonwitch, is currently streaming online via YouTube for all your wicked listening pleasures. The tune, which Revolver says “slays with melodic venom,” and Emusic commends for its “750,000-mile-per-hour roller coaster of sound,” is synced with video footage of the various formats in which the album is being offered.
Ohio’s Skeletonwitch have launched the track “Reduced To The Failure Of Prayer” from their upcoming album, ‘Forever Abomination’ HERE. The track premiered late last week on Sirius/XM’s Liquid Metal, where it is now in rotation and can be requested.
I got to Parc Jean-Drapeau around the same time 36 Crazyfists hit the stage. I could hear them rocking both past songs and new songs off their upcoming release Collisions And Castaways. The live set was sounding great as I stood waiting to get in. After came Skeletonwitch killing fans with their death/thrash mixture. By the time I got in they were on their second last song and fans were definitely mesmerized by their talent.