Labor Day Weekend A/V Roundup: DAATH, Devin Townsend, ALL THAT REMAINS, KYLESA and more
The Labor Day weekend is upon us. And you might want some new tunes to go along with all the grilling you will be doing all weekend. Thus, here we are with some help…
Devin Townsend has posted a teaser for Ghost, the final album in his quadrilogy. You may ask, wait, where is the third, supposedly heavy, album? Devin states "THIS IS NOT THE HEAVY ALBUM, that one is next…but they both get released simultaneously so all us misanthropes will have something to vent with before reading a National Geo to Ghost." Lovely! Check out the teaser above.
Our Charles Bro-sons over at MetalSucks have premiered a CRUSHING new track from our Atlanta homeboys in DAATH. The track may be under three minutes long, but it packs so much punch you really won't know what hit you. Multiple listens are definitely required. I am so pumped for this record. Is it October yet?
Georgia peaches Kylesa have posted a new track on their MySpace page, which sounds pretty much like the Kylesa sound of previous records, which is to say, if you liked their previous stuff, you should expect to dig this too.
All That Remains have premiered a new track, "Hold On" on Youtube, and while the first single, "For We Are the Many" was a relatively heavy affair, this takes the band back to the pop-metal ways of the last album. Not necessarily for me, but I know a good amount of you junkies might appreciate them.
If you haven't been keeping up with Every Time I Die's web series, Shit Happens, now is a great time to start.