New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Powerwolf, Paradise Lost and more! For last week’s releases you can read the previous New & Noteworthy, and for the latest sales numbers Metal by Numbers. Be sure to follow us on Spotify to get this month’s New & Noteworthy Playlist, updated every Friday with the newest metal releases.
Powerwolf, Call Of The Wild (Napalm Records)
Eighth studio album. Sarbrücken, Germany. Symphonic Metal.
Music video: “Dancing With the Dead” “Beast of Gévaudan”
Lyric video: “Fist by Fist (Sacralize or Strike)”
Guest: Matt Heafy (Trivium) on Fist by Fist,
Producers: Jens Bogren and Joost van den Broek at Fascination Street Studios
Call of the Wild will also be available on vinyl and Bandcamp.
Paradise Lost, At The Mill (Nuclear Blast)
Live album. Halifax, England. Doom Metal. Recorded from a live stream held over quarantine.
Music videos: “As I Die” “One Second” “Darker Thoughts – Live at The Mill”
Mixer: Les Smith
Masterer: Jaime Gomex Arellano
Blu-Ray Director: Ash Pears
At The Mill is also available on Blu-Ray, orange marble vinyl and on Bandcamp.
Space Chaser, Give Us Life (Metal Blade Records)
Third studio album. Berlin, Germany. Thrash Metal.
Music videos: “The Immortals” “Remnants of Technology” “Antidote to Chaos”
Producers: Leo Schacht, Matthias Scheuerer, Jan Oberg at Hidden Planet studio in Berlin.
Masterer: Dan Swano at Unisound Studio
Give Us Life is also available on Bandcamp.
Cognitive, Malevolent Thoughts Of A Hastened Extinction (Unique Leader Records)
Deathcraeft, On Human Devolution (Wormholedeath)
Heartsick, Cinco (Godsize Records)
Opeth, Blackwater Park (20th Anniversary Edition) (Music For Nations)
Ophidian, I Desolate (Season Of Mist)
Pessimist, Slaughtering The Faithful (Season Of Mist)
Snogard, Moral Presence, Corrupt Misdeeds (Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)
Times Of Grace, Songs Of Loss And Sepration (Wicked Good Records)
Wizardthrone, Hypercube Necrodimensions (Napalm Records)