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New Hard Rock and Metal Releases — July 2011

Metal Blade

This July, there is something for every kind of metal fan. Prepare for the summer swelter with any of the hard rock and metal releases that are on the docket next month, starting with the new Unearth album, ‘Darkness in the Light,’ which should detonate more than its fair share of backyard moshpits.

July 12th is packed with a steady stream of hard-hitters, namely Earth Crisis‘ ‘Neutralize the Threat,’ Sepultura‘s ‘Kairos,’ and most significantly, Suicide Silence‘s ‘The Black Crown,’ which is the band’s final release for Century Media. We’re anxious to hear what Mitch Lucker and crew have done this time around. Also, if you’ve not yet been socked and rocked by the Christian behemoth Sleeping Giant, check out ‘Kingdom Days in an Evil Age’ on the quick. Also out on the 12th, the forward thinking Fair to Midland offer up ‘Arrows and Anchors,’ while Lock Up inject their Swedish metal into our blackened hearts.

On July 19th, extreme underground pundits like Chelsea Grin and Toxic Holocaust offer up new musical mayhem, while July 26th will see Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta deliver his debut solo album.

July 5, 2011
Draconian – A Rose For The Apocalypse (Napalm)
Exhumed – All Guts, No Glory (Relapse)
Intensus – Intensus (Metal Blade)
Shadowside – Inner Monster Out (SHP)
Stream Of Passion – Darker Days (Napalm)
Unearth – Darkness In the Light (Metal Blade)

July 12, 2011
Baring Teeth – Atrophy (Willowtip)
Cannabis Corpse – Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise (Tankcrimes)
Decapitated – Carnival Is Forever (Nuclear Blast)
Earth Crisis – Neutralize The Threat (Century Media)
Fair to Midland – Arrows and Anchors (eOne)
The Great Commission – Heavy Worship (Ain’t No Grave)
Isis – Live IV: Selections 2001 – 2005 (Ipecac)
The Living Fields – Running Out Of Daylight (Candlelight)
Lock Up – Necropolis Transparent (Nuclear Blast)
Rhapsody Of Fire – From Chaos To Eternity (Nuclear Blast)
Sepultura – Kairos (Nuclear Blast)
Sleeping Giant – Kingdom Days In An Evil Age (Ain’t No Grave)
SSS – Problems To The Answer (Earache)
Suicide Silence – The Black Crown (Century Media)

July 19, 2011
Chelsea Grin – My Damnation (Artery)
The Greenery – Spit & Argue (Prosthetic)
I Am Abomination – Passion Of The Heist EP (Good Fight)
The Konsortium – The Konsortium (Agonia)
Toxic Holocaust – Conjure and Command (Relapse)

July 26, 2011
All Shall Perish – This Is Where It Ends (Nuclear Blast)
As Hell Retreats – Volition (Ain’t No Grave)
Fullforce – One (SPV)
Isis – Live V: 07.23.06 (Ipecac)
Iwrestledabearonce – Ruining It For Everybody (Century Media)
Jamey Jasta – Jasta (eOne)
Karmakanic – In A Perfect World (SPV)
The Quill – Full Circle (Metalville)
Rival Sons – Pressure & Time (Earache)
Serianna – Inheritors (Bullet Tooth)
World Under Blood – Tactical (Nuclear Blast)

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