The Pit’s Favorite Riffs: Five New Metal Songs To Headbang To 9/16

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Welcome back to The Pit’s Favorite Riffs, where we share five new killer metal songs that have recently came out and that we love! Here are the metal songs we highlighted from last week!

As always, our goal with this feature is to shine a light on more underground metal bands. This week, we are bringing you a nice variety of death metal, funeral doom, and more.

Blood of Sokar – “Manes AI”

Blood of Sokar is perfect for those in need of doomy death metal! Through their song “Manes AI,” and that of their recent new album CINIS, the band offer a powerful funeral doom aura; from wailing vocals to droning riffs and a plethora of ominous instrumental tones, Blood of Sokar provide a truly atmospheric experience.

Creature – “Chimerapolis”

Creature is one of the most sonically intriguing acts we have come across recently. Blending together a range of  other musical styles and metal, there is remarkable vibrancy and technical depth to the band’s music! Their song “Chimerapolis” is but a small taste of the wild presentation Creature have to offer.

Tribal Gaze – “And How They Wept for Eternity”

Utterly crushing death metal is one of our favorite ways to kick off the weekend, and we are beyond excited for folks to hear the new album from Tribal Gaze! The Nine Choirs features nine tracks of brutally captivating death metal. But don’t just take our word for it, check out the band’s song “And How They Wept for Eternity” below and experience the sonic chaos for yourself.

Innumerable Forms – “Philosophical Collapse”

We have even more doomy-death metal for you folks! Featuring members of Power Trip, Iron Lung, and Genocide Pact, Innumberable Forms offers an incredible aura of gross sounding death metal. Weighty and packing savage instrumentation, don’t miss out on the band’s new album (out today).

A Hope For Home – “Years of Silicon”

Our last shout out involves another doom act (but with a twist). Blending ambient tones alongside post-hardcore elements, A Hope For home craft songs that exude both great aggression and intriguing atmospheres of mood. Check out their song “Years of Silicon” below.

Of course, this is but a small taste of the many awesome metal releases that are out today. What are some new metal songs/albums that you are listening to now or plan to check out over the course of this weekend?