Snack #4: Slipknot – The Dying Song (Time To Sing) /07.21./ ENG.

Slipknot had been teasing a new album since early last year, and in November the first new single 'The Chapeltown Rag' arrived, but no new info about the album was announced. Until this moment, Slipknot have just unveiled a new track, 'The Dying Song (Time To Sing)'. We also got the album title and a release date. Slipknot's seventh studio album, 'The End, So Far', will be released on September 30th via Roadrunner Records!

One to Listen! – Rishloo: Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun (07.18.) /ENG./

Why should you give "Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun" a chance? I've hinted several times before that progressive and psychedelic rock is very close to my heart. Listening to masterpieces of this genre, I feel like a new universe is opening up to me, or even the cosmos, or more than that, something quite spiritual, is coming alive inside me. Some people associate Tool, Pink Floyd or Dream Theater first, which is no coincidence, because the musical world they can create is quite unique, but it's worth immersing yourself in the underground if you want to experience a similar atmosphere…

Snack #3: Future Palace – Sleep Tight /07.17./ ENG.

On the 10th of June, Future Palace released their second album, Run! Although we don't present the full length of the German post-hardcore band's new album, we give you a taste of why it could be a good choice for this summer's releases with the help of Sleep Tight. If you want some underground music with memorable female vocals, then this article is for you!

Snack #1: Keepsake – Stargazing /07.02./ ENG.

The three-song debut EP "Slowburn" by the Australian band Keepsake was released last year, in April. About a year on from its debut, the journey continues and a new single gives us a more accurate picture of the band's universe. Let's see how Stargazing turned out!

On The Horizon: Grayscale Season (06.30.) #22 /ENG./

Fortunately, this year we can't complain about better and better releases when it comes to metalcore EPs and albums. Narrowing the field down to the underground, Sweden's Grayscale Season and their latest record 'Do You Like Violence' has turned out to be one of the most pleasant surprises of the year overnight. The band has not yet reached the point of a breakthrough, but they are without a doubt one of the musical projects with a lot of potential and they are on their way to not remaining unnoticed. In this article, we'll only focus on the album's closing track, 'Now Let's Make Those Teeth Leave Your Pretty Mouth', but it's definitely worth exploring the other tracks as well, as the quality is nowhere in question. Come and join us in the realm of pain and pleasure!

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