Denver nihilistic doom outfit, Primitive Man, have released a music video of sorts for their song “Rags”. The song of course comes from the band’s stellar debut full length, Scorn. The video is a repetitive collection of very disturbing images flashing on screen at high speeds. If you have epilepsy, please do not watch this. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Check out the weird little clip below:
Brooklyn Vegan is currently streaming the title track from Tomahawk’s upcoming record, Oddfellows, which is out on the 29th! The track is trippy and angular and a little Jesus Lizard-esque. In other words it’s awesome. It’s a hell of a lot better than their previous single, “Stone Letter”. Stream this bad boy and check out their upcoming tour dates below. Do it now!
Polish grindcore outfit Antigama have officially entered the studio to record their sixth full length record with producer Pawel “Janos” Grabowski. The band has titled the upcoming record Meteor and according to guitarist Sebastian Rokicki it is “going to be the most mature, and at the same time most diverse album in the band’s whole career”. This will be their first full length since 2009′s Warning and follow up to last year’s Stop the Chaos EP. This will also be the first Antigama album to not feature bassist Szymon Czech, who past away from illness in November of last year. The band will be playing a memorial show to him in Olsztyn, Poland at the Andergrant, on January 26th alongside Third Degree, Prophecy, and more.
Meteor will be released this Spring via Selfmadegod.
Yes, there is in fact a band called Clamfight. Is their name in reference to boxing mollusks or is it something to do with vaginas? I do not know for sure but this New Jersey quartet whip up some tasty sludge-chowder on their new full length, I Versus the Glacier. Decibel Magazine is offering an exclusive stream of their new stoner opus nearly a week before its release date (January 22nd).Check out this band and peep their upcoming tour dates below. You’ll be glad you did.
Who doesn’t love The Chariot? I mean, I know I do. There is a perfectly sound reason why One Wing didn’t land on my year-end list in 2012: I listened and listened, but I couldn’t completely take in the album. One Wing is amazing and I see that now. If you listened to One Wing, you know that the albums first track “Forget” is especially powerful. It’s hard hitting and aggressive and it rules. Well, The Chariot has released a music video for “Forget” and it’s pretty cool also. Continue reading
Relapse Records are grind experts. Their roster includes Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer, Murder Construct, Blockheads whose new album is streaming here and Rotten Sound, who are also streaming their new album. If you’ve slept on new Rotten Sound, you can check out my review of Species At War and then go listen to the album. Yeah. It’s online. Now. Continue reading
Remember Did You Just Hex Me?? I’ve talked about them here before. They were a band that I really loved that ended far too quickly. I knew that Did You Just Hex Me?‘s vocalist Brandon May has been working with another band formed from members of other Ottawa bands called Letters From The Princess but I hadn’t check into them yet. Well, after hearing the band’s demo, I can some one thing. Continue reading
You all know Joel Grind as the mastermind behind Toxic Holocaust. I mean, how could you not? The man has blackened thrash down to a science and he wasn’t just going to stop at that. In an experiment to take Toxic Holocaust back in time (sound-wise), Grind decided to bestow upon mankind the debut album from Yellowgoat. Continue reading
Tom Wait’s bellowing, cantankerous voice is accompanied by Keith Richards on this little ballad for the upcoming Son of Rogues Gallery, a follow up to 2006′s Rogue Gallery. Tom and Keith’s cover of the classic folk song/sea chantey “Shenandoah” will be featured on this upcoming two disc collections of “pirate ballads, sea songs and chanteys”, which was curated by actor Johnny Depp and Pirates of the Carribean director, Gore Verbinski. Along with Tom Waits, the compilation will see many contributions from artists like Iggy Pop and a Hawk and a Hacksaw, Frank Zappa, Patti Smith and Johnny Depp, Broken Social Scene, Michael Gira of Swans and more! It will be released on February 19th via Anti- Records. Check out “Shenandoah” and the full track listing below.
Noisy hardcore legends Pissed Jeans are prepping the release of their new album Honeys which will be released on February 12th through SubPop records. Back in November Lane told you about their new song “Bathroom Laughter” and I’m here to share the good news that Pissed Jeans have released another blistering track from Honeys! Continue reading
Circa Survive have officially announced the full touring schedule of their upcoming co-headlining trek with Minus the Bear. The upcoming North American tour, dubbed the Waves Overhead Tour, will span the length of the month of March and will feature opening band Now, Now. Both band’s have put out solid releases this year (Violent Waves and Infinity Overhead) and I urge you to check them out. Peep all the tour dates below.
It looks as if progressive metal act Periphery have been recruited to support the mighty Deftones on their upcoming Spring North American tour. The trek will see both bands travel from Canada to Texas in March to spread awesomeness all over your face. Below is the full schedule and you’d be just plain silly not to attend.