The best way to start the week is with new music! We’ve piled them up for your listening pleasure, the best tracks released the last few days in metal, gothic, electronic, punk, hardcore and every other related underground music with female vocals. There’s also a Spotify playlist from Vokills with those songs and will be updated each week.
Trautonist – Sunwalk
German post black metal duo Trautonist consisting of Dennis, all instruments and vocals, and Katharina who gives with her ethereal vocals an gloomy vibe to the music. Sunwalk comes off their forthcoming second full-length album Ember which is set for release on May 4th via Wolves and Vibrancy. Shoegaze combined with furious black metal never sounded better! And in other news, the duo has recently become a trio with the addition of drummer Hendrik and is rehearsing to start playing live.
Order Ember HERE
Ravenlight – Where the Stars Grow
From Northern Ireland comes Ravenlight, an duo consisting of Rebecca Feeney on vocals and John Connor (ex-Selene) handling all instruments. Started in January 2018 and already the first single is out which is available as free download till April 14th. The band states that Where the Stars Grow is lighter and slower than most of their other material and for the future we can expect some hard hitting power metal with a symphonic edge, mixing big sing-along choruses with heavy riffing and sweeping orchestration. Ravenlight is searching for other members to complete the line up in order to perform live shows.
Order Where the Stars Grow HERE
Light This City – A Grotesque Reflection
After 10 years Light This City shall release an new album, in 2008 Stormchaser was released and founding members Laura Nichol and Ben Murray started after that to focus more on their punk band Heartsounds. Light This City did some live shows until 2010 and it became quiet after that until 2015 when some reunion shows were played and in 2017 Light This City official reformed. The song A Grotesque Reflection comes from the upcoming album Terminal Bloom, out May 25th, 2018 via Creator-Destructor Records. We already posted something about the new album and we’re eagerly awaiting Terminal Bloom.
Order Terminal Bloom HERE
Midnattsol – Herr Mannelig
I guess Midnattsol surprised many people out there when the news about the addition of Liv Kristine to Midnattsol’s line up was presented. Surprised in an positive way cause Liv’s addition to the line up will bring Midnattsol’s music to an higher level for sure. The first song that the German band presents to the fans is an cover of an traditional Swedish folk song, Herr Mannelig. The songs comes from the upcoming album The Aftermath, out in May via Napalm Records.
Order The Aftermath HERE