After an intense bidding war, black mass throwers Ghost have reportedly signed to Seven Four Entertainment, which is the new label of former Warner Bros. exec Tom Whalley. This imprint falls under the Universal Republic umbrella and Ghost are the first signing. Congrats to both parties. [Crazed Hits]

Enter Shikari have released Live in London NW5 as a free, download-only, live EP. It features five tracks recorded at an intimate gig in London in February. The show was filmed for TV broadcast, causing a wave of low-quality audio versions to surface on the web. The band decided to combat the piss poor versions and offer a better, approved product for fans, with improved sound quality and artwork! [Enter Shikari Website]

Six Feet Under's Undead comes alive, in its entirety, as it's streaming in full today. The album drops May 22, so you can spend a little time absorbing the music and decide if the death metal grooves are worthy of your hard-earned coin. [Decibel]

Listen to "Genesis" from Ghost

Hot Topic-friendly metal band Vampires Everywhere! will release Hellbound and Heartless on June 19. They've also shared the track listing, which is as follows: "I: Hellbound" "I Can't Breathe," "Beauty Queen," "Drug of Choice," "II: The Inferno," "Star of 666," "Kiss of Death," "Rape Me" (yes, a Nirvana cover), "Plastic," "III: The Seventh Gate," "Unholy Eyes," "Social Suicide," "IV: Born Individual," Anti Hate," "Hell on Earth" and "Amanda's Song." [Via Century Media Press Release]

There's trouble in the Black Sabbath camp The Gauntlet's Jason Fisher has written an interesting piece about it. [The Gauntlet]

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