Dragon Fire is Slow Dragon Music’s brief news round-up, filled with chunks of fleshy goodness.
Drop-tuned grunge outfit The Rocket Dolls have released a video for their Alice In Chains-esque DeaDHead track from their upcoming album of the same name.
Flotsam And Jetsam‘s 1986 classic Doomsday For The Deceiver will be seeing a re-issue April 27th via Metal Blade. EU exclusives include cannabis green or red/white marbled, and orange & black/red/white/splattered vinyl.
Swedish death metallers LIK have announced the pending arrival of their next face-melting album Carnage. If you can’t wait for the May 4th release date, get your fix with the video for single Rid You Of Your Flesh.
Napalm Records are releasing the promisingly powerful debut album from youthful New Zealand trio Alien Weaponry. Out June 1st, Tū (short for Tūmatauenga, the Māori god of war) is available for pre-order here.
Edinburgh based Perpetua have announced a single to be unleashed on March 25th, stating there’s no cleans in this track, just aggressive, chunky riffs!
The Heretic Order, are launching a three pronged attack, signing to Massacre Records, readying their second album, Evil Rising, and preparing for a UK wide tour supporting Pist.On on the following dates.
23/06 Birmingham, O2 Academy
24/06 Glasgow, O2 ABC
25/06 Newcastle, O2 Academy
26/06 Manchester, Rebellion
27/06 Sheffield, O2 Academy
28/06 Southampton, The Brook
29/06 London, O2 Academy Islington
Classic UK metallers, Monument – featuring former White Wizzard vocalist, Peter Ellis – recently released a lyric video for the track Attila, from their upcoming Hellbound album. Release date is set for May 25th, via ROAR (Rock Of Angels Records). Available to pre-order here.