The 100% Metal Playlist of the week #39

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Avenged Sevenfold – Nobody

seven years later The Stage, the American metal giant Avenged Sevenfold returns with the rampant single “Nodody”. This is the first excerpt from Life Is But A Dream…, the Californians’ next album, which is scheduled for release on June 2. The group states that the lyrics on this disc “are inspired by the writings and philosophy of Albert Camus”, a 20th century French writer, who notably received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957.

Kamelot – Eventide

Just before the release of his next studio album, Kamelot released a new single titled “Eventide”. According to singer Tommy Karevik, this title “celebrates long-standing friendships and unbreakable loyalty. “To be found in The Awakening, scheduled for this Friday, March 17.

Overkill – Wicked Place

Overkill continues to preach the good word of thrash with his new single: “Wicked Place”. A title to be found in Scorched, their next studio album, due out April 14. On the 26th of the same month, they will be in concert at the Trabendo (Paris) with their compatriots Exhorder and Heathen.

Killing Joke – Full Spectrum Dominance

Just before playing in front of a Royal Albert Hall (United Kingdom), the British industrial metal band Killing Joke celebrates the event with a new single, entitled “Full Spectrum Dominance”. A title in which the group does not deny its new wave influences.

Fit For An Autopsy – Hellions

After releasing the album Oh What The Future Holds, American modern death metal band Fit For an Autopsy are spoiling their fans with a new EP titled The Aggression Sessions, scheduled for April 7. “Hellions”, implacable and brutal, is extracted from it.

Sweet & Lynch – You’ll Never Be Alone

Michael Sweet, singer of Stryper, joins forces again with guitarist George Lynch, known for having participated in the great hours of Dokken, for a new single entitled “You’ll Never Be Alone”, whose atmosphere and riffs will transport you in the 80s. To be found in Heart & Sacrifice, scheduled for May 19.

Evil Invaders – In Deepest Black

If Shattering Reflection, the last live album by Evil Invaders has been available since 2022, the Belgian thrashers continue to promote it with a live version of “In Deepest Black”. Find them on tour across Europe, as well as on a French tour on March 26 at Grillen (Colmar), April 13 at Rock n Eat (Lyon), April 14 at L’Ampli (Pau), April 20 at Ferrailleur (Nantes) and the 21st at Backstage By The Mill (Paris).

Hammerfall – Riders Of The Storm

Swedish heavy metal band Hammerfall are preparing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their Crimson Thunder album. So, discover a new clip from Riders Of The Storm, which has nothing to do with the stormy standard of The Doors.

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Matthew David

The 100% Metal Playlist of the week #39