Baroness have unveiled the art for their eagerly anticipated new album, Yellow & Green, which will drop July 17 via Relapse. Frontman John Baizley designed the art, as he has done for all previous releases. He's also worked on art for the likes of Gillian Welch, Kylesa, Black Tusk and Skeletonwitch, to name a few. If you like his style, check out the online gallery chronicling his creations here.[Baroness Website]

The Acacia Strain have issued "Servant in the Place of Truth" on iTunes with the intent of putting out something new in between labels for fans to enjoy. "As you can see, we aren't changing at all, only working harder to write the best tunes that we are proud of that the fans enjoy," stated guitarist Daniel "DL" Laskiewicz. The axe slinger will be producing, engineering and mixing the next album, which will be the band's Rise Records debut, in his studio in Western Massachusetts. [iTunes]

Kill Devil Hill, featuring once and former Pantera + Down bassist Rex Brown, is streaming "Time and Time Again" from their self-titled debut, due out May 22 via SPV/Steamhammer. Enjoy it now! [Revolver]

Brian Slagel, the man who funded and founded Metal Blade, interviewed Six Feet Under frontman Chris Barnes to discuss all things Undead, which drops May 22. Watch the fireside chat between two metal luminaries. [Metal Blade TV]

Watch Baroness' John Baizley Talk About Their Artwork

Norwegian black metal warriors Enslaved have re-upped with Nuclear Blast, expanding their North American deal to a worldwide one. The band issued a statement that wasn't as grim as we expected, being as premier black metal band and all. The Enslaved ones said, "We're very, very (yes, very) pleased and proud to sign this deal with Nuclear Blast worldwide. We've already worked with Nuclear Blast US through our two latest albums and our personal friendships with NB guys and gals on both sides of the Atlantic are even older. There's no drama – we take great pride in the fact that there seldom is with us; it is simply a matter of one contract ending and us going for what seems to be our best option at this point in time and space." The band also shared that it is in the process of making a new album that will initiate the new partnership. "Watch out for the approaching wave of news about that. For now, let's just say that the album will be an absolute (Nuclear) blast," the band said. [Nuclear Blast Press Release]

Arch Enemy have issued their video for "Under Black Flags We March." Take a few minutes outta your day to watch it. [Metal Hammer]