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
Belgian death metal monstrosity Emeth will be releasing their new album, and first since 2008, next month and the band has released a stream of the albums title track for your listening pleasure. The album is titled Aethyr and if this first single is any indication of how rad the new album will be, I am so stoked. I fell in love with Emeth‘s 2008 album Telesis and I was wondering what happened to them and now, out of nowhere I hear news that they are back and strong as ever.
Check out the new track “Aethyr” below. Enjoy. Continue reading
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.
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.
Chaotic psychoaths Divider (who I recently discovered is fronted by Skycamefalling‘s Christopher Tzompanakis. Swoon.) will be releasing their debut album All Barren next month and they are currently streaming a destructive new track titled “Turning The Soil” and you NEED to hear this. Clocking in at under a minute and a half, this track will set your brain on a spin cycle. Check this shit out and then hit replay. Here goes: Continue reading
Carnifex released a pretty rad album earlier this year titled Die Without Hope and now the band has followed up with a music video for their track “Hatred And Slaughter.” The song is great and the video isn’t bad either. It’s a pro-shot live video compiling different appearances the band has made and it’s put together pretty well. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Doom legends Electric Wizard will be releasing their new album next month and the band has already graced us with one killer new track (see here). Well, if you were digging that madness then you’ll be stoked to know that the band has unleashed their second single off of Time To Die. This track is titled “SadioWitch” and it is 100% doom and destruction. This is definitely one of the raddest Electric Wizard tracks I’ve heard in a good while, so check it out after the jump. The stream is accompanied by some NSFW artwork, so be cautious in a school or the work place.
If you remember, earlier this month we premiered a rad new Acrania track and if you were digging that then you’ll be stoked to know that the band is currently streaming their new album Totalitarian Dystopia which was released today. The album is a brutal beatdown of vicious death metal and I adore it. Even if you didn’t check out the track we premiered, check out the album after the jump and bang yer hedz. Continue reading
Legendary grindcore heavyweights Agoraphobic Nosebleed have announced out of the blue that they will be appearing at next year’s Maryland Deathfest. This is most definitely special and a rare occurrence for the group as ANb don’t play live often (and by that I mean pretty much ever). The band has also announced the addition of bassist John Jarvis, who is also a member of Scott Hull’s Pig Destroyer. RAD. What this all means for the fate of the band’s long teased four solo albums remains to be seen. Will Jarvis’s addition signify the prospect of a fifth album? The band’s last update as of late 2013 signified that the release of the four differing genre albums would be far off due to main riff-writer Scott Hull’s preoccupation with Pig Destroyer but did reveal much pertaining to the plans for the releases.
From ANb vocalist Richard Johnson on December 20, 2013:
This is huge and I am seriously pissed that I’m going to miss this monumental event. Fuck it, I know the band, so maybe I win. After the jump, you can stream my favorite ANb album, Agorapocalypse, and peep the official statement from the band. RAGE. Continue reading
Massive doom outfit Inter Arma will release what is possibly one of the most monumental EPs of recent years. The band will release a single track on wax titled The Cavern which will come to a run time of over forty minutes. Holy shit. That’s a lot of doom, you’re saying. Well, this track will show you that Inter Arma is much more than just doom and gloom. You can listen to a sampling of the track after the jump where you hear some superb clean vocals and a bit of progressive metal thrown into the mix. I cannot wait to hear the album. Check out the teaser below. Continue reading
He Is Legend might be releasing the universal album of the year tomorrow and if you want to try it before you buy it, now is your chance. That’s right, He Is Legend is currently streaming their new album Heavy Fruit, which you can check out after the jump. It’s heavy, expansive and powerful from start to finish, so I highly suggest you click your ass on through and check this beast out. Enjoy. You’ll be glad you did. Continue reading
Virginian sludge doomsayers Windhand released the spectacular Soma last year (via Relapse Records) and the band has followed it up with a music video for their track “Orchard.” It’s a strange video that doesn’t actually feature the band… At all. I’m not really feeling the visuals, but the song is a crusher, so it’s worth it, even if it’s just for the jams. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Insane metal entity Revocation will be releasing their new album and Metal Blade debut, Deathless, the 14th of October. To ease the wait, the devastating title track of the record is currently available for stream now. In addition, Revocation will be touring in support of Deathless throughout the majority of the upcoming Fall season, hitting the US with the legendary Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse, Europe with death metal peers Cannibal Corpse and Aeon before finally closing out a mini-run in Australia with Thy Art Is Murder. Check out the track stream for “Deathless” below along with full album details and the full itinerary for the band’s upcoming tour dates. Pre-order Deathless in all its variations here. Continue reading
Forevermore recently released their Solid State debut Telos and it’s a really rad album. The band has also released a music video for their song “Transcendence” which doesn’t involve Johnny Depp whatsoever. (Get it?) I really dig this track and the video is pretty cool. You can check out “Transcendence” after the jump, and for good measure, I’ll put the trailer for the Johnny Depp science fiction film down there also. Continue reading
No Bragging Rights will be releasing their new album in late September and the band has unleashed a new track titled “Brave Hearts” for you to enjoy. I wasn’t really familiar with NBR before this post, but I’m digging this quite a bit. You can hear NBR‘s new track, which features guest vocals from Gideon‘s Daniel McWhorter. Check it out: Continue reading