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  • MARE - Nightbound
    TERRATVR POSSESSIONS
    10:22
    Metal
    674

    New release date for Mare's "Ebony Tower" is August 23rd, 2018! The record will be available at the Beyond The Gates festival where the band will perform. Released by Terratur Possessions exclusively.

  • Diezel VH4 Profile Mix
    Arvind Jayaram
    01:32
    Profile
    129

    A free profile of the Diezel VH4's channel 4. Search for Diezel VH4 Hesu 1x12 B on the Kemper rig exchange!

  • VirusH (Remastered)
    NASP NotaSideProject
    05:11
    Metal
    83

    "I'd like to share a revelation that I've had during my time here. It came to me when I tried to classify your species and I realized that you're not actually mammals. Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment but you humans do not. You move to an area and you multiply and multiply until every natural resource is consumed and the only way you can survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern. Do you know what it is? A virus. Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet. You're a plague...." The speech excerpt used in the intro track was taken from the movie "The Matrix". The illustration used: “Betrayal” by Mario Sánchez Nevado

  • megalovania cover (30+ followers yay)
    mtt23 the megalo guy
    02:36
    Metal
    54

    thx guys.

  • 2. Summon The Rivers
    Ván Records
    05:58
    Metal
    302

    Taken from the full length "The Futile Fires Of Man" to be released late June. Irish Black Metal force Slidhr was formed in 2005 as the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Joseph Deegan, at the time one half of cult Black Metal group Myrkr. After exploring Dark Germanic Heathenism through Myrkr, Deegan envisioned Slidhr as an entity devoted to the inexorable destructive power harnessed by the indifferent forces of nature, and a vessel of his scorn for a plaguelike humanity unworthy of salvation. Throughout a career spanning thirteen years Slidhr has made its mark on the underground with its unique brand of Black Metal which is as creative and unpredictable as it is venomous and unrepentant. Upon formation Slidhr was quickly picked up by esteemed French label Debemur Morti, and the band’s early years saw a prolific string of releases which caused a stir among an increasingly zealous and revitalised Black Metal genre. In three years as many releases saw the light of day, first an eponymous demo and EP, before a split LP with compatriots Rebirth of Nefast was released on legendary french label End All Life Productions. In the coming years Slidhr bided it’s time in the shadows, slowly growing stronger and awaiting the moment to strike. Frequent collaborator Wann had at this point relocated to Iceland, and their ongoing collaboration led Joseph to come in contact with the burgeoning Icelandic Black Metal movement. Drummer Bjarni Einarsson was subsequently enlisted to provide his now renowned skill and finesse to the band. The first release of the revamped Slidhr lineup was debut full length album Deluge, a 10 track epic which saw the band’s sonic scope broaden significantly, further honing the alchemy between raging malice and daring experimentation. Following the release of Deluge, the connection to the Icelandic circle grew stronger, and a full live lineup was assembled featuring members of Sinmara and Rebirth of Nefast. Slidhr’s first concert appearance took place in 2015, marking a decade from the band’s formation, as the band performed at the revered Saint Vitus in Brooklyn, New York City alongside Sinmara, Volahn, One Tail, One Head and more. A maiden concert appearance in Slidhr’s native Ireland followed at Siege of Limerick in October. Also marking Slidhr’s ten year anniversary as a band was the Spit of the Apostate MLP, now on notorious Norwegian imprint Terratur Possessions. Slidhr then embarked on its first full tour in 2016, the Dimensional Nomads European Tour alongside Shrine of Insanabilis and Sinmara. 2016 also saw Slidhr perform at the inaugural Oration festival in Iceland, spearheaded by frequent collaborator Wann. Oration would become an annual event for the next three years with Slidhr taking part in all three renditions. Further festival appearances followed, among them Prague Death Mass, Caledonian Darkness in Glasgow, Scotland, and Inferno Festival in Norway, which has long since came to be regarded as an institution in extreme metal worldwide. The long awaited sophomore full length, "The Futile Fires Of Man", will finally be released the 20th of July. "The Futile Fires Of Man" sees Slidhr’s recording lineup expanded to a power trio, with Garðar S Jónsson of Sinmara and Almyrkvi taking the reins as bassist. A masterful labyrinthine journey through feverish and feral traditional Black Metal tinted with psychedelic progressive flourishes and nauseating tempo- and mood shifts, "The Futile Fires Of Man"* showcases Slidhr at its most ravenous and accomplished, claiming Slidhr’s stake firmly at the forefront of the modern Black Metal scene.

  • Alec Holowka - Dusk Stars (Metal Cover)
    topherlicious
    02:00
    Metal
    117

    A cover of one of the songs from Night in the Woods!

  • You Turmed Into A Beast (Full Version)
    Emiline (Music/Artist)
    04:14
    Ambient
    69

    One of our most played song live for past 10 years. Listen and bang your heads off with this track.

  • Königin (Demo Juni 2018)
    Eigenraum
    04:10
    Metal
    72

    Königin ist das erste Demo der zweiten EP der Band Eigenraum. recorded at H and H Studios

  • TROUBLESHOOTING - Phill's Cover
    myphilth?
    06:01
    Metal
    1,167

    not much to say about this. thumbnail originally by Kron. sprite by Nate

  • Inflection Point - Let Me In
    BennyMuellerMixing
    03:23
    Metal
    50

    Multitracks provided by Inflection Point for portfolio usage https://m.facebook.com/InflectionPointMusic/

  • An Hour a Day... - "Celiac Attack (w/Vox)"
    Xenomisia
    01:15
    Metal
    16

    Here's the previous track...with some crude vocals. I really like how this one turned out. I kinda started working on another metal cover last night, but...who knows. I gotta get back into making something for an hour.

  • No Gravity-Waiting for the Sun
    Only Metalcore
    04:06
    Metalcore
    140
  • VMS Elit - Sueur De Sang (samples from both sides)
    JoyDeVivre
    03:01
    84

    JDV051 www.jdv.bigcartel.com

  • APOSTASY Satan Ascends
    Fallen Temple
    04:47
    Metal
    116

    from "The Sign of Darkness" full-length album FT33 CD limited to 500 copies

  • Dreamgate
    Project Viremia
    04:35
    Metal
    54

    Dreamgate EP includes 3 tracks recorded between 2015-2018.

  • Jericho Edge Premium 6 Baritone / SD Nazgul - Drop G
    Sludge Studios
    00:23
    Metal
    100
  • Parturient (ft. Squadix)
    HamthreeLamthree
    02:23
    Lisa the Wishless
    100

    Lisa the Wishless OST Scary Lemon and Squadix https://soundcloud.com/squadix

  • Bleed 17-09 (Feat Kim Carlsson)
    Player666
    01:06
    Metal
    167

    Preview from our new single "Bleed 17-09" Recorded at Darkhouse Studios Mexico With Kim Carlsson as guest from the legendary bands Lifelover and Hypothermia. Soon to be revealed. Version un mastered, un Mixed, Raw edition.

  • 3. To Celestial Depths
    Ván Records
    07:45
    Metal
    210

    Taken from the full length "The Futile Fires Of Man" to be released late June. Irish Black Metal force Slidhr was formed in 2005 as the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Joseph Deegan, at the time one half of cult Black Metal group Myrkr. After exploring Dark Germanic Heathenism through Myrkr, Deegan envisioned Slidhr as an entity devoted to the inexorable destructive power harnessed by the indifferent forces of nature, and a vessel of his scorn for a plaguelike humanity unworthy of salvation. Throughout a career spanning thirteen years Slidhr has made its mark on the underground with its unique brand of Black Metal which is as creative and unpredictable as it is venomous and unrepentant. Upon formation Slidhr was quickly picked up by esteemed French label Debemur Morti, and the band’s early years saw a prolific string of releases which caused a stir among an increasingly zealous and revitalised Black Metal genre. In three years as many releases saw the light of day, first an eponymous demo and EP, before a split LP with compatriots Rebirth of Nefast was released on legendary french label End All Life Productions. In the coming years Slidhr bided it’s time in the shadows, slowly growing stronger and awaiting the moment to strike. Frequent collaborator Wann had at this point relocated to Iceland, and their ongoing collaboration led Joseph to come in contact with the burgeoning Icelandic Black Metal movement. Drummer Bjarni Einarsson was subsequently enlisted to provide his now renowned skill and finesse to the band. The first release of the revamped Slidhr lineup was debut full length album Deluge, a 10 track epic which saw the band’s sonic scope broaden significantly, further honing the alchemy between raging malice and daring experimentation. Following the release of Deluge, the connection to the Icelandic circle grew stronger, and a full live lineup was assembled featuring members of Sinmara and Rebirth of Nefast. Slidhr’s first concert appearance took place in 2015, marking a decade from the band’s formation, as the band performed at the revered Saint Vitus in Brooklyn, New York City alongside Sinmara, Volahn, One Tail, One Head and more. A maiden concert appearance in Slidhr’s native Ireland followed at Siege of Limerick in October. Also marking Slidhr’s ten year anniversary as a band was the Spit of the Apostate MLP, now on notorious Norwegian imprint Terratur Possessions. Slidhr then embarked on its first full tour in 2016, the Dimensional Nomads European Tour alongside Shrine of Insanabilis and Sinmara. 2016 also saw Slidhr perform at the inaugural Oration festival in Iceland, spearheaded by frequent collaborator Wann. Oration would become an annual event for the next three years with Slidhr taking part in all three renditions. Further festival appearances followed, among them Prague Death Mass, Caledonian Darkness in Glasgow, Scotland, and Inferno Festival in Norway, which has long since came to be regarded as an institution in extreme metal worldwide. The long awaited sophomore full length, "The Futile Fires Of Man", will finally be released the 20th of July. "The Futile Fires Of Man" sees Slidhr’s recording lineup expanded to a power trio, with Garðar S Jónsson of Sinmara and Almyrkvi taking the reins as bassist. A masterful labyrinthine journey through feverish and feral traditional Black Metal tinted with psychedelic progressive flourishes and nauseating tempo- and mood shifts, "The Futile Fires Of Man"* showcases Slidhr at its most ravenous and accomplished, claiming Slidhr’s stake firmly at the forefront of the modern Black Metal scene.

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