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MELTGSNOW Now Available Via Spotify, Apple Music

Gothic metal band Meltgsnow‘s recent return to stage at the Metal United World Wide last month proved why they remain one of Singapore’s premier live acts, despite their years-long hiatus. With their setlist comprising songs from their last release – 2010’s Black Penance – and classics off their 2003 debut Insanity, their live performance left me once again …

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CHUGGA RITUAL Releases Digital EP, Brisik Kaos Magick

Singaporean groove metal project Chugga Ritual has released its new live EP, entitled Brisik Kaos Magick digitally via their BandCamp page.

Band mastermind Burhan Skullbanger comments:

“Chugga Ritual‘s St Anger

I wanted it to sound raw like St Anger minus the tin can snare.

I wanted all the imperfections. I wanted …

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Singapore Progressive Metal Band COEN Unveils Trailer, Artwork For “Remnants of Yesterday”

Singapore progressive metal band COEN is set to release its debut full length album, Remnants of Yesterday on February 2, 2018 via on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music, with a February 10 release date for physical cDs.

Remnants of Yesterday is the culmination of one year of work by COEN, and draws influences from progressive metal giants such …

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Indian Death Metal Band KILLIBRIUM Details Debut Album “Purge”

Killibrium from India have come up with a fantastic album that’s both powerful and relevant. Check out the first song below. They have this to say about their debut album titled Purge, out March 5 via Transcending Obscurity:

“Killibrium is a state of balance and harmony paved through by destructive actions exchanged between two opposing …

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Singaporean Death Metal Outfit DANTE’S THEORY Unleashes New Single “Deconstruct”

Singaporean modern death metal outfit Dante’s Theory has just released its brand new single, Deconstruct via their BandCamp page. Formed in the mid-90s, Dante’s Theory has 2 EPs under their belt. Deconstruct combines the brutality of bands like Dying Fetus and Suffocation, while maintaining the sharp, modern technicalities of bands like Hour of Penance or Hideous Divinity, and is a taste of what’s …

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