Rock out to Metal Hammer’s top tracks of the week – May 10, 2024!

Welcome to Music Nation 365, where we bring you the latest and greatest in the world of music! This week, we have scoured the globe to bring you a diverse range of new songs from talented artists spanning various genres. From deathcore to nu metal, prog, and black’n’roll, we have something for everyone. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the musical journey we have curated just for you!

First up, let’s take a look at the results of last week’s vote. All That Remains and Godless put up a fierce competition, but it was Unto Others who claimed the top spot with their track “Butterfly.” It’s clear that the love for dark and captivating music transcends all boundaries.

Now, let’s dive into this week’s selection of standout tracks!

Kittie – Vultures

Kittie is back with a bang, announcing their upcoming album “Fire” and teasing us with the powerful single “Vultures.” The band has evolved their sound, moving away from nu metal to embrace melodeath elements with fierce vocals and tight riffs.

Coheed And Cambria – The Joke

Coheed And Cambria never disappoint, and their latest single “The Joke” keeps up the trend. Featuring polished production and electronic effects, this track adds a unique twist to the band’s catalog.

Vulvodynia – Entabeni

Hailing from South Africa, Vulvodynia delivers intense deathcore with their new album “Entabeni.” The title track explores African folklore, showcasing the band’s growth and dedication to their craft over the past decade.

Simone Simons – Aeterna (ft. Ayreon)

Simone Simons, known for her work with Epica, ventures into solo territory with the upcoming album “Vermillion.” The track “Aeterna” combines her operatic style with electronic elements, hinting at a fresh direction for the talented vocalist.

Bleeding Through – Our Brand Is Chaos

Bleeding Through’s “Our Brand Is Chaos” straddles the line between grandeur and raw intensity, showcasing the band’s departure from metalcore into more extreme territories.

Hanabie – Girls Talk

Hanabie breaks genre boundaries with “Girls Talk,” blending ravecore elements with metalcore to create an infectious and electrifying sound that promises an exhilarating live experience.

Vended – Nihilism

Vended’s latest single “Nihilism” unleashes a whirlwind of nu metal energy, combining aggressive vocals with radio-friendly hooks to make a strong case for their rising success.

Orange Goblin – Cemetary Rats

Orange Goblin channels Black Sabbath vibes with “Cemetary Rats” from their upcoming album “Science, Not Fiction.” The track drips with stoner/doom goodness, setting the stage for an epic listening experience.

Thou – Unbidden Guest

Thou’s “Unbidden Guest” hits hard with its sludgy sound, offering a taste of what to expect from their forthcoming album “Umbilical.”

Evergrey – Say

Evergrey delivers a triumphant anthem with “Say,” showcasing their penchant for sweeping riffs and potent choruses that aim for arena-sized impact.

Rezn – Collapse

Rezn’s “Collapse” transcends genre boundaries with its meditative and otherworldly sound, hinting at a grandeur that awaits listeners on their upcoming album “Burden.”

Withering Surface – Denial Denial Denial

Danish band Withering Surface brings summer vibes with “Denial Denial Denial,” blending greased-up riffs and black’n’roll snarls for a headbanging experience.

Far From Refuge – Ghost Of Eros

Far From Refuge takes us back to the golden days of metalcore with “Ghost Of Eros,” a track that oozes nostalgia while delivering powerful riffs and melodic hooks that demand attention.

Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of music with our handpicked selection of tracks. Whether you’re a metalhead, a prog enthusiast, or simply a lover of good music, there’s something for everyone in this week’s lineup. Stay tuned for more updates, and don’t forget to cast your vote for your favorite track! Have a rockin’ weekend!

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