Six songs for your listening pleasure, today’s post is filled with new music varying from serene to evil, so check it out and support the bands. If available, the songs are added to the Loud Unity Spotify playlist. Make sure to follow as it is updated on an almost daily basis.
Photo: Autumn Bride
I will be seeing Autumn Bride live within two weeks as they go on a European tour with Visions of Atlantis. With this new single, Autumn Bride announces a new upcoming album. Always loved their Melodic Metal and this new single is a great forecast of what will come. Looking forward to seeing them live.
Didn’t know Calva Louise before, but that changed quickly as I listened to their other tunes right after Feast is Over was done, cause this is some fucking awesome Industrial Alternative Metal/Rock. Very good clean vocals and insane harsh vocals. Calva Louise released two new singles for an upcoming album and that should be a real banger, can’t wait to hear it. Based on these two songs, it will be in my year list already.
EoT, I wasn’t able to find out what it means or stand for, so I just let the music speak for its selves. EoT are DIY Punk rockers from Croatia and have one album released in 2017 called Defibrilacija. The band states on their YouTube that they will be releasing solo singles that are recorded in their own studio, so make sure to follow them to stay updated. Samo Nebo has a very pleasant vibe I think, so I will follow them.
Frozen Crown‘s fourth album already! I still remember the release of the first one, as I did an interview with Giada that you can find HERE. And the ingredients haven’t changed for Frozen Crown, still great and epic Melodic Power Metal. And they are actually the second band from this Mixtape that I will be seeing live in a few weeks as they are on a European tour with Nanowar of Steel. By the way, Fire in the Sky is the fourth single from the album Call of the North.
I was a bite afraid that Nervosa would come to an end when the announcement from the band came that their vocalist Diva Satanica had left the band, but holy hell, Nervosa is back and stronger than before. Prika took upon the vocal duties, and she is doing a damn fine job at that. Bring on that new album.
And we’re slowing things a bit down with US based Castle Rat, medieval fantasy Doom Metal that have two singles out, from which Dagger Dragger is the latter. Accompanied by an epic vid, the Rat Queen takes you together with The Count, The Plague Doctor, and The Druid on a journey to times when fuzy tones were the top. Highly recommended!