Artists UncoveredFeaturesArtists Uncovered – May 31st

Ravyn XMay 31, 2022

Welcome new and old readers alike! We’re changing things up a bit here on Artists Uncovered, but still bringing you lots of new music, videos and the latest album releases. This weeks edition of Artists Uncovered is being sponsored by Ravyn, curator of Artists Uncovered, and Chief Operations Officer of First Angel Media. (cover image) First Angel Media is dedicated to getting as much music to you as we can, so this is your weekly chance to find new favorite bands and information on their new music releases. Check out the links, preorders and more below.

Punkerton Records released their compilation Hell Is Ohio Vol. 3 on May 20th, featuring artists such as Raised By Wolves, Lameassdads, To Kill A Monster, and many more Ohio based artists. Darksynth trio 3FORCE are set to release their album Crossfire on June 15th via FiXT. Thrash metal act Maniac Abductor released their album Damage Is Done on May 20th via Wormholedeath. Industrial metal artist King Satan recently released his video for “Left Hand Path Symphony“, from the album Occult Spiritual Anarchy. (below)

Power metal act Remains of Destruction released their album New Dawn on May 28th via Inverse Records. Punk rockers Ratbones released their album Teenage Confusion & Adult Delusion on May 20th via Mom’s Basement Records. Synthwave artists OVRGRWN released their single “Maybe Next Year” (Droid Bishop Remix) on May 24th via FiXT. Alternative rockers Nights Like Thieves recently released their video for “These Days” via UAC Management. (below)

Gothic metal act Crematory released their album Inglorious Darkness on May 27th via Napalm Records. Blackened death metal act Belphegor are set to release their album The Devils on June 24th via Nuclear Blast. Dark electro act TOAL are set to release a new interpretation of their debut EP Timeless INITIUM NOVUM on July 8th via darkTunes. Hard rockers Vante recently released their video for “Why Is It So Cold“, from the self-titled album Vante, due out June 17th via Dark Star Records/Sony/Universal. (below)

Genre fluid metal act The Death of Zenith released their cover of “Sun and Moon” on May 31st, from the upcoming Overnight Movie Soundtrack via Solunar Records. Electronic act Reakton released their single “Smart Dust City – Extended” on May 25th via Out Of Line Music. Electro-industrial act Front Line Assembly is set to re-issue their album TOTAL TERROR PART I 1986​​/​​87 on July 1st via Cleopatra Records. And finally, heavy metal / metalcore act Traverse The Abyss are set to release their EP Smiling in the Suffering on June 17th. Below is the video for the single “Frankenshuffle” released last year.

Hope you found some new favorites this week on Artists Uncovered, and help us do our part to keep music alive for fans across the world. Be sure to check back next week for more releases!