What To Watch Out For

What To Watch Out For – November 3, 2017


Cannibal Corpse – Red Before Black
The Death Metal legends release their 14th album, and they’re just as brutal as they’ve always been.


Annihilator – For The Demented
Everyone knows the revolving door of musicians Annihilator is, with the exception of Jeff Waters. The Canadian Thrash Metal band is back again with their 16th album, guaranteed to deliver the Thrash.


Moonspell – 1755
Moonspell fully embrace their Portugal roots by making a concept album entirely in Portuguese about the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake.


Converge – The Dusk In Us
The Metalcore pioneers return for their ninth album and their first album in 5 years.


F.K.├ť. – 1981
The Moshaholics are back with their brand of old school Thrash and horror themes.


Scour – Red (EP)
Phil Anselmo’s new band are releasing another crushing EP of Black Metal.


Beast In Black – Berserker
Former Battle Beast guitarist and main songwriter Anton Kabanen got revenge from being booted from the band in the best way possible. He formed a new band and they’re releasing their debut album.


Folkstone – Ossidiana
The Folk Metalers from Italy mesh bagpipes and heavy riffs together as one for the sixth time.


Blaze Of Perdition – Conscious Darkness
Blaze Of Perdition the embraces the darkness once again and brings forth their darkest album yhet.


Ram – Rod
Ram releases another album of no frills, straight forward Heavy Metal.


Lustre – Still Innocence
The one man project by Nachtzeit brings forth an Atmospheric Black Metal album that takes you to another place and another time.

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