Weed-covered death metal horde Cannabis Corpse will release their latest offering From Wisdom To Baked in a few short months and the band has unleashed a phenomenal new track titled “Zero Weed Tolerance.” Cannabis Corpse continuously evolve and expand and I always look forward to anything this band puts out. Check out the new track below. Continue reading
Insane hardcore heathens Trash Talk have announced that their new album will be titled No Peace and that it will be released via Odd Future on May 27th. The band has released the album art (see above), the track listing, a teaser, and a stream of new track “Cloudkicker”, which you can check out after the jump. I enjoyed the bands debut for Odd Future, so I’m sure this won’t disappoint. Continue reading
If you’re like me, you were subjected to many hours of your childhood being spent on PBS, probably finding yourself watching Reading Rainbow. As a kid, I wasn’t aware that the guy hosting the show was also Geordi La Forge nor did I know that one day I would be writing a post about it on my metal blog. Continue reading
Why am I not surprised that Weedeater love doughnuts? I mean, everyone loves doughnuts so why wouldn’t a stonerdoom band love them?! Well, Weedeater want to show you exactly how much they love the sweet delectables in their new track “Hot Doughnuts Now.” The track was recorded after Weedeater performed at one of Scion A/V’s shows at the Satellite in L.A. Apparently, every band that plays records a track that is then pressed onto 7″ vinyl which is then distributed for free at future shows.
Check out the track below. Continue reading
A while back I wrote about a new Misery Index track “The Calling” from their forthcoming The Killing Gods and now the deathgrinders have unleashed yet another masterpiece. This time around, the band has unveiled the albums title track and it is absolutely astonishing. Check out this blistering bastard below. Continue reading
New York metal out fit Tombs will be releasing their new album this June and the band has just dropped a blistering, blackened new track that will take you to the “Edge Of Darkness.” Get it? Well, enough of the puns, you NEED to hear this track. If you don’t do anything else today, get a dose of Tombs after the jump. Continue reading
Remember that awe-inspiring Nirvana tribute album we heard about a while back? We have already heard Thou‘s cover of “Milk It” and now you can hear the whole album in full. The release came out on Friday, which as most of you know was Record Store Day, but if you didn’t have a chance to snag yourself one, the release has made it’s way online.
Who wouldn’t want to hear Nirvana covered by the likes of Thursday, These Arms Are Snakes, Whirr, Daughters and more? Check it out: Continue reading
Many people speculated what would happen to As I Lay Dying once vocalist Tim Lambesis went down for the insane shit he pulled, but it seems as if the remaining four-fifths of the band have worked through the drama and have been working hard on new music with a new singer. The vocalist of Wovenwar is Oh, Sleeper‘s Shane Blay and he is perfect for this project. Check out the bands debut single “All Rise” after the jump. Continue reading
French metal band Loudblast, who I posted about when they released the first single off of their new album Burial Ground, have released a new track and it’s great. The track is called “A Bloody Oath” and you can check it out after the jump. Trust me, it’s Loudblast. Have they steered you wrong yet? Nope. Continue reading
The fantastic Nothing released a phenomenal album titled Guilty Of Everything last month and the band has now released a new track in commemoration of Record Store Day. This track is a cover of Low‘s “In Metal.” It’s haunting, it’s dark and it’s beautiful. Check out the cover below as well as the original. If you haven’t yet, I highly suggest picking up Nothing‘s new album Guilty Of Everything, out now on Relapse Records. Continue reading
The defunct Sunny Day Real Estate released a split with Circa Survive for Record Store Day, contributing a track called “Lipton Witch,” which was recorded during their 2009 reunion. After a decade of silence from this band, I was beyond excited to hear something “new.” Check out the track after the jump and let us know what you think in the comments section. Continue reading
Not too long ago I told you about the split 7″ that would be released featuring Funeral For A Friend and Boysetsfire covering each others songs. I am so excitebike for this split it’s unbelievable. I also stated that I wasn’t a huge fan of Boysetsfire, but the bands just released their cover of FFAF‘s “10:45 Amsterdam Conversations” and it’s great. They totally captured the song in all it’s glory and still made it theirs. Check it out below. Continue reading
Converge, easily one of the best bands of all time, released their highly-appreciated All We Love We Leave Behind and blew everyone away. It’s been more than two years since the album was release, but the band has just released a music video for “Precipice” and the albums title track “All We Love We Leave Behind” jointly.
The video is a beautiful representation of something that I don’t understand. I love the video, but I don’t understand what’s going on. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
One of the raddest deathsludge acts that have formed in the last few years has got to be Serpentine Path. Featuring members of Unearthly Trance, Winter, The Howling Wind and a former member of Electric Wizard, how would this super group not make amazingly killer sludge? Well, if you didn’t check out the bands debut album Serpentine Path, you can stream it here and check out my review here.
Once you’ve made yourself familiar, check out the bands new track “Disfiguring Colossus” after the jump. Holy damn. This is CRUSHING. N’joy. Continue reading
I don’t often post about bands signing to labels unless the bands are personal friends of mine, but UK’s The Hell have announced their signing in such a way that I don’t think there are many sites who haven’t/won’t be picking up on it. The band had Prosthetic’s co-founder E.J. Johantgen announce the bands signing while he was “being held against his own will.” See the video below. Continue reading