Playlist: New month!


Hola humans, how was the weekend, it’s a new month already, so soon! Year is already rounding up and we’re getting ready for Christmas. Anyway, without saying much, here’s another Monday random playlist.

This song is called Legacy and it’s by South African band, Coded. Why do I feel this song syncs well with Trapt or Creed? Well, we are waiting for their album here. Really keen for it. Awesome jam, this song has some good melodies, like you’re up in a mountain with breeze blowing on your face.

Necramoth drop their track called The Kraken. I love this jam! Reminds me of moshing with Medusa in her chambers. Awesome introduction, as well. The rain drops at the beginning of the track then the slow growls slowly getting higher, then boom! The Kraken is released, yo!

Martin Kanja! That guy is probably the best growler on the Kenyan soil, at least, in my opinion. He diminishes his growls into nothing, this song lifts my inside, eats my outsides. This track is called Devine Design and it’s by Lust Of A Dying Breed of which Martin Kanja is the lead singer. Well we hearing some news here about them, just hold for a while, a new song is coming your way.


Overthrust from Botswana with their track Slay The Spectator. Good jam here, I jammed this song the first time and I felt heavy !!!\m/!!!. Then the self moshing began! ‘Nuff said.


South African band, ShutUp! It’s Sunday are on this track titled It Takes A Little Time. Looks like a video shot on Sunday, after all the metal you just listened to, well this is to digest it.

Hope you enjoyed today’s playlist. Be sure to check out earlier playlists as we try to highlight as much African Rock & Metal as we possibly can.

Remain locked to AudioInferno this week as we have a lot planned for y’all. Rock on \m/


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