The 100% Metal Playlist of the week #38

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Nanowar of Steel – Pasadena 1994

Italian parody metal band Nanowar of Steel are now taking on Sabaton, and guest singer Joakim Broden on occasion. The band draws a parallel between the Swedish warrior texts and the defeat of Italy in the final of the 1994 football world cup. Find this track on the album Dislike to False Metal, which will be released this Friday, March 10.

Hangman’s Chair – Spleenwise

French doom band Hangman’s Chair unveils “Spleenwise”, an unreleased track from the studio sessions of A Loner, their latest album. Find them on tour across France with Igorrr, Amenra and Der Weg Einer Freiheit this March, with a date at Salle Pleyel (Paris) on the 23rd.

DevilDriver – Through The Depths

Dez Fafara is back with the edgy DevilDriver. Here is “Through The Depths”, the first extract from the Americans’ next album, entitled Dealing With Demons Vol. II. See you on May 12 for the release of the disc.

Mike Tramp – Little Fighter

Danish guitarist and singer Mike Tramp continues to revisit the repertoire of his former band White Lion with “Little Fighter”. Find this re-recording in the aptly named Songs of White Lion, scheduled for April 14th.

Tribulation – Vengeance (The Pact)

The Swedish metal band Tribulation tackles a monument, by covering “Vengeance (The Pact)”, a track by Blue Öyster Cult present on the album Fire Of Unknown Origin (1981). This originally more ethereal piece takes a more extreme turn in this daring, but interesting cover.

LA Guns – Shattered Glass

Tracii Guns is gearing up for her comeback with the album Black Diamonds, due out April 14. Before that, here is the typical hard rock “Shattered Glass”, which bodes well for the next LA Guns album.

Cradle of Filth – She Is A Fire

Here is “She Is A Fire”, the new unreleased track from British extreme metal band Cradle of Filth. This title will be found in Trouble And Their Double Lives, the first live album that Dani Filth and his band have released in 20 years. See you April 28.

Lordi – Thing in the Cage

Here is “Thing in the Cage”, the latest single from the finns made up of Lordi. This singing mid-tempo recalls the great hours of horrific glam rock, like Alice Cooper period Trash. To be found in Screem Writers Guild, their next album, scheduled for March 31.

Lord Of The Lost – Absolute Attitude

Industrial rock band Lord of The Lost releases “Absolute Attitude”, the latest single from their new album Blood & Glitter. What to prepare before their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest, during which they will represent Germany.

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Matthew David

The 100% Metal Playlist of the week #38