Watch THE GLORIOUS GONE (ARGONAUTS) Perform A New Song

The Glorious Gone, the band previously known as Argonauts, recently performed at this past weekend’s Gwar-B-Q in Richmond, Virginia. Fan-filmed footage captured the band performing a new track and you can witness it in all its riff-churning glory below.

The band’s new lineup appears to be the following, according to their Facebook Page.

Harrison Christy (ex-Psyopus) – Vocals
Chris Alfano (East of the Wall) – Guitar
Brett Bamberger (ex-East of the Wall, Revocation) -Bass
Dave Witte (Municipal Waste) – Drums
John Adubato (ex-Burnt By the Sun) – Guitar

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OPETH Streaming New Album “Pale Communion”

The forthcoming 11th studio album from Opeth, Pale Communion, can now be streamed in its entirety over at Pitchfork. The album will officially be released through Roadrunner Records next Tuesday, August 26th. But I know Opeth fans cannot wait another minute to sink their fangs into progressive rock goodness, so head over to Pitchfork to satiate your cravings.

The band will also be embarking on a co-headlining tour with In Flames this December, with Red Fang to open. Those dates can be found below.

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PORD Streaming New Track “What Are Tuesdays For?”

French noise rock miscreants Pord have unleashed a new track from their forthcoming sophomore album, Wild, over at The Obelisk. The new track begs the question “What Are Tuesdays For?”; a valid and perplexing question. I cannot answer the question but I can tell you for certain that the song rips. After a stop and start intro, the track propels itself forward in an angular whirlwind of mangled riffs. Pord will cut and stab their way into your heart. Check it out for yourself over at The Obelisk.

Wild will be released on September 8th via Solar Flare Records. Pre-orders can be placed here.

The band’s European tour can be seen after the break.

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RINGS OF SATURN Debut “Senseless Massacre” Video

Bay Area tech death outfit Rings of Saturn have premiered the new video for their track “Senseless Massacre” over at Metal Injection. The track opens up their forthcoming album,  Lugal Ki En, which is due out on October 14th via Unique Leader (Pre-order here). On the video, guitarist Lucas Mann comments:

“’Senseless Massacre’ is the first debut single off of Rings of Saturn’s new album, Lugal Ki En, on Unique Leader Records. The music video depicts the band as aliens (full-black eyes) performing on alien-like instruments (Etherial Guitars) with their vocalist, Ian Bearer, being abducted and tortured in extraterrestrial machinery. After being tortured and experimented on, his blood turns blue at the end of the video showing that he has transformed and is no longer human. This conveys the idea that aliens could already be living along side us without the general population being aware of it.”

You can check out the video after the break.

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PIG HEART TRANSPLANT Streaming Two New Tracks

Noise act Pig Heart Transplant (Iron Lung’s Jon Kortland) has premiered two new tracks from the forthcoming album, For Mass Consumption, over at CVLT Nation. The new tracks are entitled “Gift” and “Film” and are both pulsating assaults of harsh noise that obliterate the senses in just 44 seconds. Head over to CVLT Nation to check them out.

For Mass Consumption will be released through 20 Buck Spin on September 2nd.

OLD WOUNDS Announce North American Tour

New Jersey metallic hardcore act Old Wounds have announced a string of North American tour dates in support of their forthcoming EP, Death Projection, which is due out on September 16th via Good Fight Music. The trek will extend from September 12th through the 27th and will see the band joined by Canada’s Exalt throughout the tour. You can check out the dates after the break.

Be sure to stream their new track, “Dead Beat Blues”, if you haven’t already.

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DRUNK DAD And HONDURAN Announce U.S. Tour

Portland’s premiere punks and sludgy noise rockers, Honduran and Drunk Dad, have announced that they will be bringing their auditory debauchery to a city near you this fall. You can check out the tour dates as they currently stand after the break. Additionally you can stream both Drunk Dad’s Ripper Killer and Honduran’s Street Eagles after the break.

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SUICIDE SILENCE And THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Announce Co-Headlining Tour

The Black Dahlia Murder and Suicide Silence have announced a co-headlining North American tour that will commence in October. The band will be joined by the likes of Alterbeast and Chelsea Grin throughout the trek. You can check out the touring schedule after the break.

Both The Black Dahlia Murder and Suicide Silence’s most recent albums, Everblack and You Can’t Stop Me, are available now.

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HOD Streaming New Track “Where Are The Demons”

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Texas death metallers HOD have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Book of the Worm, over at Revolver. The new track begs the question, “Where Are the Demons?”, and the answers lie within these vile blackened riffs. Check out the crushing death metal hymn over at Revolver now.

Book of the Worm will be released on September 9th via Arctic Music.

KDC Announce U.S. Tour

Buffalo hardcore act KDC have announced a new string of tour dates that will commence at the end of the month. The new trek will extend from August 28th through September 20th and will see the band joined by Florida’s Axis on select dates. You can check out the full schedule after the break and stream the band’s most recent effort, The Veracity of Solitude.

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DOOMSDAY STUDENT Premiere “Disappearing” Video

The eccentric and slightly disturbing noise rock outfit Doomsday Student (Arab on Radar) have premiered a new video for their track, “Disapearing”, over at Noisey. The mangled track, which will appear on their new album A Walk Through Hysteria Park, is set to an extremely bizarre clip. So bizarre that I will not bother trying to describing it because I have no idea what is going on. You can check i out after the break, if you dare.

A Walk Through Hysteria Park will be released on October 21st via Three One G. Pre-orders are available here.

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AA Exclusive: Stream MAID MYRIAD’s “Encircled”

Akron, Ohio’s self-dubbed kaleidoscopic rock trio Maid Myriad will be releasing their debut full length album, With Haste On Its Breath, on October 7th via Nefarious Industries. The band combines an array of influences, including progressive rock and 90’s post-hardcore/emo, into a dynamic and emotional display of alternative rock mastery. We at American Aftermath are proud to premiere the opening number from the album, “Encircled”. The track’s dream-like verses, driving riffs that close out the track and Jeff Klemm’s near angelic vocals are sure to be stuck in your head all day. In fact, we guarantee that. Check out the track after the break.

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PUNCH Streaming New Album “They Don’t Have To Believe”

Californian hardcore punks Punch have premiered their third full length album, They Don’t Have to Believe, over at Noisey. The album will officially be released through Deathwish on August 19th and pre-orders can still be obtained here. But if you can’t wait, then head over Noisey to stream this ferocious album now. It will, in the lamest of puns, punch you in the face. Check it out.

YOB Streaming New Track “Unmask The Spectre”

Yob have premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated new album, Clearing the Path to Ascend, over at Stereogum. The new track is entitled “Unmask The Spectre” and it is a sprawling, moody bastard that extends past the 15 minute mark. Point your browsers to Stereogum to experience the doom opus.

Clearing the Path to Ascend will be released on September 2nd via Neurot Recordings. Pre-orders can be obtained here.

CARCASS Announce Fall North American Tour

Carcass have announced a new string of North American tour dates that are scheduled to commence this fall. The band will be joined by the likes of Obituary, Macabre, Noisem and Exhumed on select dates of the trek. That may be too much metal for the average person to handle. You can check out the touring schedule after the break.

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