Wednesday, July 19, 2017

CD Review: New Heavy Metal Music Arriving From Canyon Of The Skull, Casket Robbery & Argus

Returning from the desert plains of Texas is the doom metal guitar duo Canyon Of The Skull with their new 37-minute instrumental track, "The Desert Winter." Make sure you clear some time to get lost in this epic piece of music as it takes you down into the caverns of your mind. The drums motor through the buzzing guitars of this slow-moving piece of doom metal. Their new self-released album will be available on August 19th. To find out more about Canyon Of The Skull and their new sonic adventure, "The Desert Winter," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/canyonoftheskull. 
 
Also arriving August 19th is the new self-released EP from death metal band Casket Robbery titled "The Ascension." Their new 3-song release is a vicious attack on your ears as the music comes blasting right from the opening track "Pockets Lined With Flowers." The title-song, "The Ascension" is not for the weak as screaming vocals and dark metal guitar riffs with have you feeling the full-force of this new death metal band. To find out more about Casket Robbery and their latest release "The Ascension," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/casketrobbery.
 
Rising heavy metal band Argus will be releasing their brand new studio album "From Fields Of Fire" on September 8th through Cruz Del Sur Music. Their new 9-song progressive metal album begins with a short instrumental before arriving at "Devils On Your Time." The music is filled with classic heavy guitar riffs as vocalist Brian 'Butch' Balich leads the way. The energy flows through the intense build up of "216" as the musicianship with Argus is amazing. The band takes you on an epic, 11-minute journey with "Infinite Lives Infinite Doors" as you can't help but get lost in this adventure. Argus also display their  dark, doom metal side with tones of "No Right To Grieve" to close out their new album. To find out more about Argus and their latest release "From Fields Of Fire," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/argusmetal.

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