Wow. It was just about a week ago that I told you about that gnarly new Corrosion Of Conformity album that was released (FOR FREE) by Scion A/V. Well, that thing rules and now the band has released a new music video for the track “Feed On” which proves that CoC can still be destructively heavy and… weird as fuck. It’s a strange video to say the least, but I will leave that up for interpretation. Check out the video below and download Megalodon here for free. Enjoy! Continue reading
Legendary Pennsylvanian death metal forefathers, Incantation, return with their long awaited LP, the first since 2006’s Primordial Domination. Recorded at Mars Recording Compound with Engineer Bill Korecky, and mixed/mastered by Swedish death metal icon Dan Swanö. Vanquish In Vengeance is a ten track soundtrack to the end of the universe that is doomier, gloomier, and as bleak as can be. Vanquish In Vengeance comes out November 27th through Listenable Records(order here). Stream the monstrosity and read up on some of themes and track breakdowns exclusively via Decibel here.
Thrashcore group, Punch, return to Australia after three years for an eleven date Fall tour. The tour kicks off…tomorrow in Melbourne and unlike their previous Australian venture, these dates will be all ages. Check out the dates and details below and stream the group’s latest EP, How Nothing Lasts(out now on Deathwish Records/625 Records/Discos Huelgas), below. Continue reading
Regents, the noisy hardcore group featuring members of Thursday, Sleepytime Trio and Frodus, will release their debut record tomorrow via Lovitt Records. Those who cannot wait another day for this thing can stream it right friggin’ now via Brooklyn Vegan. Antietam After Party is a harsh post-hardcore aberration that is sure to please fans of the bands its members spawned from as well as draw in new listeners who have a penchant for destructive music. Go stream it now and pick up a copy here.
Kylesa is currently in the studio preparing a new record for 2013 that should blow your mind’s metaphorical dick. But until that comes out, treat yourself to a stream of Kylesa’s new rarities collection From the Vaults, Vol. 1. This collection, which is out tomorrow, compiles unreleased tracks and alternative takes that spans the group’s entire career. There is also an awesome cover of Pink Floyd’s “Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun”. Head on over to Loudwire to stream the compilation and be sure to check back often for more Kylesa updates.
Are you ready to get your punk on? Well you are in luck because you can now stream the new Bad Brains record, Into the Future! The record officially comes out tomorrow, November 20th, but you can stream it a day ahead of schedule at this location. So put on your ridiculous patch laden denim vest, click play and mosh.
MOSH I SAY
Metallic hardcore greats Vision of Disorder have released a new music video for their song “Hard Times”. The groove laden bastard of a song comes from the band’s new album, The Cursed Remain Cursed. The video is a performance oriented clip, showing the band performing to an enthusiastic crowd. I don’t care for performance vids but the song is pretty good. Take a peak of the video below.
The legendary Wino will be hitting the road in January for a string of US tour dates with Saviours and Mondo Generator. I can already smell the weed in the air. Before these stoner bastards launch their January trek, they will be touring with Clutch in December. Here are the dates as they stand:
You may remember me mentioning that Finch would be reuniting next year to play a special show for What It is to Burn’s 10th anniversary in California and London. Well they have added a few more dates to the special run in which the band will be playing the album from beginning to end. Here are the dates as the stand presently:
The new remastered editions of Poison the Well’s first two full length records, The Opposite of December and Tear From the Red, are finally available via Rise Records! As a treat, Rise has uploaded the entire nineteen track set to Youtube. These remastered versions sound great and really make me wish Poison the Well would hurry up and reunite since I never had a chance to see them live. Anyway, do yourself a favor and stream the re-releases below.