What To Watch Out For

What To Watch Out For – October 27, 2017


Black Witchery – Desecration of the Holy Kingdom
The album total says it all Black Witchery is back in their usual blasphemous form and we wouldn’t have it any other way.


Dr. Living Dead – Cosmic Conquer
The Swedish Thrashers are back with their 4th full length album, guaranteed to make you start an impromptu mosh pit.


Evertale – The Great Brotherwar
Evertale returns with another album of fantasy tales of swords, shields, and war of epic proportions.


Serenity – Lionheart
Serenity’s 5th release will feature more of their trademark catchy, epic hooks and lyrics with a touch of history.


Savage Messiah – Hands of Fate
Savage Messiah’s 4th alhum brings you more of what you expect from this band, which is Thrash Metal with their own spin to it.


Doro – Für Immer: German Songs, Ballads and Rare Diamonds
The Queen of Metal releases compilation album entirety in German, which includes six unreleased tracks and rarities.


Misanthrope – Alpha X Omega
Misanthrope’s 10th album is another journey into the world of misanthropy, history, religion, and French culture.


Dragonhammer – Obscurity
The Power Metalers from Italy return with more tales of fantasy and magic.


Communc – Where Echoes Gather
It’s been six years since their last album, but they’re showing no signs of rust on their latest release.


Forgotten Tomb – We Owe You Nothing
Forgotten Tomb is all about negativity and nihilism and their ninth album is more of the same, only darker.


Gnaw – Cutting Pieces
If you played every instrument imaginable at once, you’d still wouldn’t have the same level of noise, distortion, and chaos Gnaw makes on this album. Strap yourselves in, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.


Butcher Babies – Lilith
You either love or hate this band, there is no in between. Either way, they don’t care what anybody thinks of them and are back with their 3rd album.


Wolfshead – Leaden
Even though they’ve been around since 2012, this is their debut album. Wolfshead is a sweet mix of Doom and Horror.


Ne Obliviscaris – Urn
With each album, Ne Obliviscaris have raised the bar when it comes to Progressive Metal. This release is going to raise the bar again.


Mastic Scum – Defy (EP)
Three songs of pure brutality. Nothing more needs to be said.

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