Brazilian Metalcore band Pato Junkie have released a new music video for their single Bad Memories.
The new single is taken from Pato Junkie‘s upcoming new second album, The Rag Doll. This will be the follow-up to their 2015 debut Doido e Violento.
The band was started in 2009 by vocalist Alexandre Gomes and drummer Wellington Nunes as a Punk/Hardcore crossover band.
In 2016 after a gap and a change of members, the band decided to change their style, taking on a heavier and more modern sound, influenced by Nu Metal, Thrash and Metalcore.
The video for Bad Memories was directed by Alvaro Borges and Getúlio Alves and edited by Alcatraz Filmes.
Welcome to a new “season” of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show. You may have noticed I’ve stopped numbering the shows. That’s something I’ve been toying with for a while, since I don’t want people thinking that they need to have listened to any previous shows to enjoy this one.
Yeah… I thought so, too. Anyway, what’s in this edition? I’m guessing you’ve seen the pic, so you’re assuming there’s going to be some Sepultura. You’d be right. There’s also some Kreator, Alter Bridge and news about Triaxis‘ new vocalist.
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Sepultura – Phantom Self
Gravebreaker – At The Gates Of Hell
The Unguided – Nighttaker
Covered: Stratovarius – Kill The King
Spotlight: Sepultura- Relentless
Top 3 (Mabh)Volbeat– The Devil‘s Bleeding Crown
Top 3 (Mabh)Iggy Pop – Gardenia
Top 3 (Mabh)Alter Bridge – Show Me A Leader
Shock Of The New: Red Cain- Dead Aeon Requiem
Shock Of The New: Tess Of The Circle – I’m Not Ashamed
Shock Of The New: Naberus – The Fallen
Spotlight: Sepultura – The Vatican
Battle Beast – Familiar Hell
The Parasite Syndicate – Breathe You In
Kreator – Satan Is Real
Lowdrive – It’s Not Heaven
Record Of The Week: Solitude – Venom’s Angel
Record Of The Week: Solitude – Don’t Need Mercy
Spotlight: Sepultura – Sepultura Under My Skin
Black Star Riders – When The Night Comes In
Burnt Out Wreck- Swallow
Triaxis – Stand Your Ground
Blimey… one of these days I’ll get back onto a weekly schedule! Remember to listen to Powerzone and Metal Ashes while you’re on The Wyrd Ways Rock Show website. You’ll be sorry if you don’t.
Anyway, this edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show features an interview with Symphonic Metal maestros, Aonia, and since they’ve just released the really rather excellent Popestar EP, Occult Metal magi, Ghost take their turn in the Spotlight. You can probably guess who has won Record Of The Week this time out… Finnish monsters, Lordi. As usual, the new stuff abounds.
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Here’s what you’ll be listening to:
Evil Invaders – Raising Hell
Graham Bonnett Band – My Kingdom Come
Kee Marcello – Black Hole Star
Covered: Iron Fire – For Whom The Bell Tolls (Metallica cover)
Monte Pittman – Obliterated
Vulture’s Vengeance – A Curse From The Obsidian Realm
Spotlight: Ghost – Year Zero
Interview: Aonia – Warrior’s Path
Interview: Aonia – SOS Festival 2017
Interview: Aonia – Sunchaser
Spotlight: Ghost – Absolution
Delain – Danse Macabre
Eden’s Curse – Unconditional (feat. Liv Kristine)
Record Of The Week: Lordi – Let’s Go Slaughter He-Man
Record Of The Week: Lordi – Heaven Sent Hell On Earth
Record Of The Week: Lordi – Hug You Hardcore
Spotlight: Ghost – Square Hammer
Warfather – For Glory Or Infamy
The Agonist – The Hunt
Battlelore – The Great Gathering
Are you ready for another edition of The Wyrd Ways Rock Show? To help you make up your mind, here’s what I’ve got in store for you:
Remember when I played you a track from a Canadian band by the name of Chariots Of The Gods? Good news if you were interested by what you heard – they’ve snagged this week’s Record Of The Week. This week’s Spotlight shines on Italian Goths, Theatres Des Vampires, who are warming up to the release of a new album next month. There’s also the usual skipload of new stuff from the likes of Steve Grimmett’s Grim Reaper, Epica and Charred Walls Of The Damned. You’ll also hear me having a chat with Dutch Stoners, Diggeth, recorded at this year’s SOS Festival.
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Steve Grimmett’s Grim Reaper – Walking in the Shadows
Hellbros – For The Worst
Charred Walls Of The Damned – The Soulless
Covered: Steve ‘N’ Seagulls – Aces High
Soulwound – Altars Of Skin
Illyrian – Chaotic Neutral
Kingbreaker – Bury The Witness
Spotlight: Theatre Des Vampires – Oath Of Supremacy
SOS Interview: Diggeth – Kings Of The Underworld
SOS Interview: Diggeth Interview
SOS Interview: Diggeth – Reminder
Spotlight: Theatre Des Vampires – Carmilla
Skalmold – Asgardur
Epica – Edge Of The Blade
Leaves’ Eyes – Fires In The North
Record Of The Week: Chariots Of The Gods – Tusk
Record Of The Week: Chariots Of The Gods – War Of The Gods
Record Of The Week: Chariots Of The Gods – Into Oblivion (feat. Pascal Jobin of The Agonist)
Spotlight: Theatre Des Vampires – Morgana Effect
Heaven Below – Black Sunrise Of The War Gods (featuring Udo)
Iron Fire – Tornado Of Sickness
Sacred Steel – Hail The Godz Of War
We’ve made it. This is the first Wyrd Ways Rock Show of 2017. By tradition, that means this show is the first of the reviews of 2016, commonly known as The Wyrd Ways Rock Show Behemoth. Why “behemoth”? Take a look at the playlist.
Go on. I’ll still be here when you get back. I’ve got a cracker lined up for you, and I don’t want you to miss it.
Back now? You see? That’s why! That many songs means nearly seven hours of music. Yes, seven. OK, 2016 may have been a bad year thanks to the likes of Brexit, Trump, Team Rock and several other things, including the passing of Carrie Fisher, but at least the Metal was good.
What are you waiting for? Here’s the download link for you to right-click on!
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Deep breath, here we go…
Anvil – Runaway Train
Metallica – Now That We’re Dead
Megadeth – Dystopia
Anthrax – Evil Twin
Testament – Brotherhood Of The Snake
Bull-Riff Stampede – Mindless Heresy
Death Angel – Hell To Pay
Flotsam And Jetsam – Creeper
Metal Church – Needle & Suture
Hellevate – The Iconoclasm
Psykosis – Hunt To Kill
Destruction – Pathogenic
Herman Frank – Thunder Of Madness
Sodom – Caligula
Dakesis – The New Dawn
Theatres Des Vampires – Parasomnia
Diabulus In Musica – Invisible
Epica – Universal Death Squad
Avantasia – Babylon Vampyres
Iron Fire – Hammer Of The Gods
Sonata Arctica – Rise A Night
Eden’s Curse – Kingdom Of Solitude
Iron Mask – All For Metal
Almanac – Children Of The Future
Lords Of Black – New World’s Comin’
Solitude – Venom’s Angel
Rage – The Devil Strikes Again
Sabaton – Winged Hussars
Demise Of The Crown – We Are Invincible
Last In Line – Burn This House Down
Lacuna Coil – Delirium
Diamond Head – Set My Soul On Fire
Grim Reaper – Wings Of Angels
Monument – Blood Red Sky
Grand Magus – Forged In Iron – Crowned in Steel
Hibria – Leading Lady
Prong – Ice Runs Through My Veins
Beholder – Frozen Steps Of Utoya
Rob Zombie – Well, Everybody’s Fucking In A U.F.O.
Charred Walls Of The Damned – Tear Me Down
Candlemass – Death Thy Lover
Messa – Blood
Chariots Of The Gods – War Of The Gods
Wovenwar – Censorship
Darkhaus – Devil’s Spawn
Asylum City Zoo – Bait The Hook
Salem’s Pot – The Vampire Strikes Back
Scorpion Child – She Sings I Kill
Crobot – Blood On The Snow
Impavidus – Scourge
The Agonist – The Anchor And The Sail
Fractal Cypher – Prison Planet
Hellyeah – Leap Of Faith
Devildriver – Trust No One
Jinjer – I Speak Astronomy
The Unguided – Black Eyed Angel
Killswitch Engage – Hate By Design
Moonsorrow – Ruttolehto
Amon Amarth – Raise Your Horns
Devilment – Under The Thunder
Surgical Meth Machine – I’m Sensitive
Korn – A Different World (ft Corey Taylor)
American Head Charge – Sacred
Doomsday Kingdom – The Sceptre
Lightsucker – Continental Landmass Dictator
Cybernetic Witch Cult – Velocirapture
Glenn Hughes – My Town
SixxAM – Barbarians (Prayers for the Blessed)
Rock Wolves – Surround By Fools
Babymetal – Karate
Lordi – Demonarchy
Van Halst – World Of Make Believe
Amaranthe – Supersonic
Hey! Hello! – Loud And Fucking Clear
Attica Rage – El Chupacabra
Volbeat – The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
The Dead Daisies – We All Fall Down
Bull-Riff Stampede – Pieces Of Hate
See that? More Metal than you can shake a stick at.
It’s available on Podomatic for download or streaming right now as a whole (enormous) package, and part one has just appeared on Soundcloud, the TuneIn app and iTunes.
Pittsburgh-based Habitual Sins are the latest US signing to Pure Steel Records.
The band’s core membership is made up of veterans of their local scene, Matthew Bizilia (ex-Icarus Witch), Steve Pollick (ex-Icarus Witch, Order Of Nine) and Jim Dofka.
The album, Personal Demons, is due for release on 20th January 2017. Here’s the video for the current single, I Pray For You.
If you’re interested in another taster from the album, here’s a little something more from Pure Steel Records’ Soundcloud page:
Montreal’s Demise Of The Crown have released a new single entitled Black Rain.
You can watch it here:
The new single was mixed and mastered by Cryptopsy six-stringer, Chris Donaldson, following up on the band’s self-titled debut album which was released in March. If you want to give the album a spin, head over to Demise Of The Crown’s Bandcamp page.
For those of us who aren’t in the know about these guys, Canadian Metal band Demise Of The Crown can really only be classified as “Metal“. They began as Prog Metal, but through time (and slogging through their local Montreal scene), they evolved into a what can really only be described as a Heavy Metal band, with elements of Death Metal, Power Metal, shredding and some catchy bits to bring in the casual listener.
The current line-up, lead by Manuel Iradian (guitar), Kevin “Kevy Metal” (drums) and Darren Beadman (vocals) finally came together in 2014. Influenced by headliners like Nevermore, Avenged Sevenfold, Opeth, Pantera, and Faith No More, they have performed with bands like Hellyeah, Devin Townsend Project, 3 Inches Of Blood, Katatonia and Firewind.
Lebanese Metal band ZiX to release Heaven’s Eyes as the new single from their forthcoming album Tides Of The Final War, on 28th October 2016
Lebanon‘s latest Metal export, Zix, travelled all the way to Nevada to record their debut album, Tides Of The Final War in the Vegas View studios with Steve Thompson (who has worked with luminaries such as Metallica, Anthrax and Guns N’ Roses). The album was then remixed and remastered at QuSoundStudio in Germany by Michael Kusch.
The band, made up of Ziad Bardawil (Bass/founder), Juan Carrizo and Walid Awar (Guitars), Ziad El Alam (Drums) and Maya Khairallah (Vocals), managed to rope in guest appearances from such luminaries as Tony Martin (ex-Black Sabbath), Blaze Bayley (Wolfsbane, ex-Iron Maiden), Paul Di’Anno (ex-Iron Maiden), Ross The Boss (ex-Manowar, Death Dealer) and many more.
Not at all bad for a band releasing their debut.
Back in the proverbial saddle with another Wyrd Ways Rock Show.
This big news this week is an interview with Sabaton, recorded for us by Nick over at Nuclear Blast, and a MASSIVE slab of music from next year’s SOS Festival in Manchester. Nine bands have been announced. I’ll be playing you something from seven of them, including the Friday night headliner. I’ve also got Wyrd Ways Rock Show favourite, Lordi‘s new single, released in advance of the new album, a couple of bands from Canada, new music from a certain Mr Hansen (you may know him from bands such as Helloween and Gamma Ray) and… well… quite a lot of other things. Don’t just take my word for it, look at the playlist below and click on the Soundcloud player above.
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Lordi – Hug You Hardcore
Medevil – Nightwalk
Chariots Of The Gods – Ages Unsung
Covered: Sabaton – Camouflage
Iron Mask – Cursed In The Devil’s Mill
Kai Hansen – Born Free
SOS Festival 2017: Kill II This – Typhoid and Swans
SOS Festival 2017: I Saw The World Burn – Apostasis
SOS Festival 2017: Pythia – The King’s Ruin
SOS Festival 2017: Crowsaw – Bitch Blues
SOS Festival 2017: Fahran – Take This City Alive
SOS Festival 2017: Resin – End Of Level
SOS Festival 2017: Screaming Eagles – One Man Revolution
Sabaton – Sparta
Sabaton speak to Nick from Nuclear Blast
Sabaton – Blood Of Bannockburn
Record Of The Week: Jinjer – Captain Clock
Record Of The Week: Jinjer – Sit Stay Roll Over
Record Of The Week: Jinjer – Under The Dome
Metallica – Hardwired
Testament – Brotherhood Of The Snake
In Flames – The End
CreTura are a six-piece Symphonic Metal band, hailing from Bergen in Norway. The band consists of Markus Pettersen (guitars, vocals), Marius Toen (guitars), Jørgen Beijer (bass, vocals), Michael Sveri (drums), Kine-Lise Sæthre (keyboards) and Sárá Márjá Guttorm (vocals).
Formed in 2010, according to the band themselves:
Our music is symphonic with many horror elements such as the melodies, musical arrangements and lyrics. The music varies from the melodic parts with female vocals and the heavier parts with the rough growls of Markus. We find inspiration in bands such as Nightwish, Mayhem, Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth, Children of Bodom, and also from classical composers such as Edvard Grieg.
Their full debut album, Fall Of The Seventh Golden Star, was released in April 2016 on WormHoleDeath Records. It can be bought by clicking HERE.