New Metal Releases - April 8, 2014

See if your favorite metal band put out something new!

  • Anette Olzon - Shine (Armoury)
  • Black Label Society - Catacombs of the Black Vatican (eOne)
  • Brutality Will Prevail - Suspension Of Consciousness (Siege Of Amida)
  • Cormorant - Earth Diver (Self)
  • Delain - The Human Contradiction (Napalm)
  • Diabulus In Musica - Argia (Napalm)
  • Edge Of Thorns - Insomnia (Killer Metal
  • Erebus Enthroned - Temple Under Hell (Seance)
  • Ferium - Reflections (Transcend)
  • From Hell - Ascent From Hell (Scourge)
  • For The Fallen Dreams - Heavy Hearts (Rise)
  • Graves At Sea - This Place Is Poison EP (Eolian Empire)
  • Graviators - Motherload (Napalm)
  • Invertia - Another Scheme of the Wicked (Ohm Resistance)
  • Magic Moments - Don't Fall For Me EP (Haus Of F--k)
  • Neige Morte - Bicephaale (Consouling Sounds)
  • Ormgard - Ormblot (Forever Plagued)
  • Septuagint - Negative Void Trinity EP (Forever Plagued)
  • Skogen - I Döden (Nordvis)
  • Tiger Flowers - Dead Hymns (Melotov)
  • Trollfest - Kaptein Kaos (NoiseArt)

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