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I ran across this 2018 album, Grayceon-IV. What is so interesting about this album is the use of a Cello as a lead instrument. The band is a 3 piece, and they make the Cello work out so well, I had to listen to the album a couple times. I have no idea how to classify this album....a bit progressive metal, a bit heavy metal, and easy going rock vocals. Very unique listening experience.
Came across this band from Italy, Forged in Blood. They just released their debut album May 25, 2018, Forged In Blood. If you are into good old fashion double thumping heavy metal, then give this album a listen.
Not to speak for her, and I'm not the boss, but she did tell us to post new stuff in the OP, so I say have at it. I don't go out of my way to find and keep up with new music like that, which is why I haven't posted anything yet.
I thought this thread was specifically for new bands, not just new albums. If the latter is the case, that opens it up a little bit. I've already mentioned most of the new metal albums that have piqued my interest so far this year in other threads, but if anything else catches my ear, I'll be sure to post it here.
In the Summer of 2011, Brandon Yeagley and Chris Bishop created Crobot, joined later by brothers Paul and Jake Figueroa, who previously performed similar styles of music in another band. In 2012 the band’s original lineup self-released their debut EP, The Legend of the Spaceborne Killer, along with a music video for the eponymous first single. Later that year, the rhythm section of the band was revamped with the addition of the Figueroa brothers on bass and drums. The Figueroa brothers departed from the band early 2017 and were replaced by Dan Ryan on drums and James Alexander Lascu on bass in June 2017.
The Wiki description of themselves is pretty spot on...I toss in a dash of James Gang with a teaspoon of Audioslave (see what I did there?)...anyways, this is a band that I've been enjoying for awhile. It's not right to keep them to myself. What's the old adage? If you love something set it free...???