MISERY INDEX Release Music Video For “The Harrowing”

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Misery Index, whose latest album The Killing Godswas released last year around this time, have just released their new music video. The video is for a track off of the aforementioned record titled “The Harrowing.” It’s a great video, directed by the legendary David Hall and you can check it out for yourself after the jump. Prepare. Misery Index + David Hall = Fucking rad.     Continue reading

ESCHATON Releases Lyric Video For “Falsified Existence”

Last month Lane reported that New England techdeath outfit Eschaton would be releasing their new album Sentinel Apocalypse (which clearly sounds like an X-Men reference to me.) and the band has unveiled a new track titled “Falsified Existence.” The track is a vicious, technical bombardment and I fucking love it. This band sits perfectly alongside their Unique Leader cohorts. You can check out Eschaton‘s lyric video for “Falsified Existence” below. Rad.     Continue reading

KING PARROT Release Music Video For “Home Is Where The Gutter Is”

King Parrot are definitely a bunch o’ weirdos. We all know and accept this. Well, the band has released a new music video for their song “Home Is Where The Gutter Is.” The track is set to appear on the bands new album Dead Set, which will be released next month. In this video, the homeless, downtrodden folks rise up against their aggressors. It’s a strange and cool music video. Check it out below.     Continue reading

ABRAMS Streaming New Track “Sea Salt Lines”

Abrams are a band that I have only been introduced to today but they are currently ruling my world. I mean, music this good doesn’t come about too often, so when it does, I soak it up. Abrams hail from Colorado and their vicious mix of mathy progressive stoner crunching goodness does the body oh-so-well. The band has premiered a track titled “Sea Salt Lines” off of their Lust. Love. Loss. and you can hear it below. HOLY COW.     Continue reading

WATERTANK To Release New Album “Destination Unknown”

French band Watertank are super rad and I was wondering when I would be hearing from them again. A while back I received the bands album and I really enjoyed it. Well, the band is making their comeback with Destination Unknown. The album currently has a late-June release date and the title, track list and album art have been unveiled. You can check out the track list and release date after the jump and see the artwork at the top of this post. Hells to the yes. New Watertank.      Continue reading

MARUTA Streaming New Track “Stride Endlessly Through Scorched Earth”

maruta - remainThe endless cycle of grind coming from Maruta chugs on and on. The band has unloaded a new track titled “Stride Endlessly Through Scorched Earth” and it features At The Gates vocalist Tomas Lindberg. Now, I love Tompa and I love Maruta so this is fucking phenomenal. Maruta have honestly never sounded better and you absolutely need to hear this beast of a song.     Continue reading

OCEANO Release Music Video For “The Taken”

Oceano, fresh off the release of their most recent album Ascendants, have released a music video for their new track “The Taken.” I think this album was a definite step forward for Oceano and I think this video is pretty cool as well. You can check out the video for “The Taken” after the jump and be sure to check out the full album, which is available now through Earache Records.      Continue reading

XDEATHSTARX Streaming New Track “Generation”

Holy shit. Man, I haven’t heard or thought of xDeathstarx in a long fucking time. I’m sure a lot of our readers here on AA don’t even remember the Christian metalcore act, as they haven’t released anything since 2007 or performed since 2009. I thought xDeathstarx was loooong gone and never to be heard from again. Well, apparently I was wrong and the band has released a new music video for their first new song in eight years. Stream away after the jump. The band has adopted today’s standards of metalcore and have lowered their guitar tuning. Check it out. See what’s up.     Continue reading