Welcome to another Hump Day Metal Day! Old Man Feind was actually sent this one last week but I had sadly skipped over it so I’m here to correct that mistake today. It seems the sky is keeping secrets…
So as always seems to happen I receive the most awesome thing I’ve heard all week right after I’ve completed everything for Hump Day Metal Day such was the case last week. On Thursday one of the best things I’ve heard perhaps so far this year popped up in my SoundCloud feed. Yes, The Scribblers are not so privileged as to get promo packages from all our favorite metal labels yet so I get what anyone following the right places can get just as easily though we do get some early promo stuff which always excites me like a hungry dog waiting for its favorite treat. Anyway last Thursday Secrets of the Sky released their first new song in a couple of years and I can’t even describe how awesome it is, you’ll just have to take my word for it. Oh wait… no you don’t! Listen to this fucker right now and do try not to get it stuck in your head like Old Man Feind has for nearly a week now. Good luck trying to place Secrets of the Sky in the box of this genre or that genre. There are touches of doom, black metal, progressive, experimental so I guess we’ll just have to put this in the “It’s just fucking awesome” category. Take a listen to Three Swords, you won’t be disappointed.
Secrets of the Sky recently inked a deal with Metal Blade with Pathway already complete so if you know anything about Metal Blade Records you should know if Pathway wasn’t great the deal wouldn’t have been made. The album releases on May 19th and you can pre-order HERE then check out their back catalog on Bandcamp as well as following them on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on all their latest news.
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