Releasing a new album every 2 years since 2014, Hail the Sun is back for more in 2020.
Announced in a social media post late Tuesday, the band’s newest album is all set to be released to the world. The band feels that it’s their best work yet, a bold claim considering the band’s unbelievable backlog. Jams like Wake‘s “Human Target Practice” and Culture Scars‘ “Paranoia” are memorable pieces of art, not to mention their discography’s deep cuts like POW! Right in the Kisser‘s “Sleep Now, and Forever Wet Your Dreams” are fantastic on their own.
Personally, I am all for a band backing their work hard enough to claim that it has never previously been superior. I look forward to new Hail the Sun whenever it gets its release this year!
Fans of Australian progressive band Closure in Moscow have become accustomed to patience. The group’s last release, the phenomenal Pink Lemonade, dropped back in 2014. Since then, they have provided sporadic updates on new music, with their diehard fans waiting feverishly for any concrete signs of progress. But now, it appears the band has reached a major milestone.
Australian extreme metal giants Aversions Crown have finally broken the ice with fans with their latest tour announcement. Aversions Crown announced they will be hitting the road with Thy Art Is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy, and Enterprise Earth in March of 2020. The band has remained fairly quiet ever since the release of their last single “The Breeding Process” in June of 2018, until the announcement of this tour. Along with a nice juicy tour the band has made it clear there is a new vocalist, and a new album on the way. The band’s last effort “Xenocide” was met with great reception from fans and critics alike. My prediction is we will see a new song before the band rolls out on tour. I could be wrong though, but hopefully not.
After working for two and a half years. Indiana death core band, Perpetrators, have finally released their debut album, Fade To Ashes, comprised of blood, sweat, tears, and straight passion. I caught up with member’s Devon Scott and Izaac Daugherty to ask a few questions about their debut album and to snap some promos for the release.