The 100% Metal Playlist of the week #73

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Thundermother – I Left My License in the Future

The Swedish hard rock band releases its first single since its line-up shakeup. Entitled “I Left My License in the Future”, it remains in the vein of what Thundermother does best: effective and immediate riffs.

Ministry – Just Stop Oil

On March 1, 2024, the American industrial metal band Ministry will release the album HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES. Find there the supercharged and explicit “Just Stop Oil”, to discover now.

Green Lung – Hunters In The Sky

British stoner band Green Lung celebrate the release of their new album, This Heathen Land, with the live and riffy “Hunters in the Sky”. To be enjoyed with its sunny clip.

Cavalera – Necromancer

The Cavalera brothers continue to celebrate the reissue of Sepultura’s first official recordings by unveiling the lyric video for “Necromancer”, from the EP Bestial Devastation.

Evergrey – Recreation Day (live)

On December 15, Evergrey will release their next live album, A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament), recorded in Lyon. Here is an extract with the intense and unmissable “Recreation Day”.

Suffocation – Delusions of Mortality

Hymns From The Apocrypha, the new album from New York death metal band Suffocation, is available. The group celebrates the event with the lyric video for “Delusions of Mortality”. Don’t miss them on January 27, 2024 in Paris and February 1 in Lyon.

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