Remember that rad The Acacia Strain track I posted about not too long ago? Well, the band has unveiled the b-side of the 7″ and have released a lyric video for that track also. Both tracks, “Above” and “Below” are fantastic. Definitely some of my favorite music The Acacia Strain has released in a while. You can check out both tracks after the jump and order the 7″ here. Continue reading »
Have any of you been impatiently awaiting the new KillWhitneyDead album that we started hearing about a few years ago? I have and it’s been driving me fucking bananas. I mean, come on! The band started working on this album, titled Suffer My Wrath back in 2010 and it seems the album will finally be released! KillWhitneyDead have unveiled some details about the album which you can check out after the jump. Continue reading »
Impending Doom will release their new album Death Will Reign next Tuesday and the band has just unleashed a new music video for their song “Doomsday.” While I have never been a huge fan of these guys, I do like this video a lot. It is very well done through and through and I don’t hate the song either. You can check out the video after the jump and see what you think. Continue reading »
Lambgoat have premiered a new cut from Impending Doom’s forthcoming album Death Will Reign, which is due out on November 5th. The track is entitled “Ravenous Disease” and if you like your guitars thick and your chugs in abundance, then you will dig this track. You listen to the song after the break and check out the album’s title track in case you missed it.
A while back I posted about Born Of Osiris‘ lyric video for their song “Divergency” and how the bands latest offering Tomorrow We Die ∆live actually peeked my interests and I didn’t hate. I actually really enjoyed this album, which was something new and unnatural for me. Well, a few months after the release of the lyric video, Born Of Osiris has released the official music video for “Divergency.”
It’s a pretty rad video even if it is just live footage. It is done in such a way that it is still extremely cool. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading »
Next month The Acacia Strain will release a 7″ single titled Above/Below and I was unsure how I felt about this fact until I listened to the track “Above” that the band released yesterday. This is a really rad song and I enjoy it a lot. The band seems to be getting over the departure of guitarist DL pretty easily and are already writing killer songs. You can check out the official lyric video for “Above” after the jump.
Also, if you haven’t guessed, the title of the b-side track is “Below.” Stay tuned for more information. Continue reading »
When it comes to trends in extreme music, I feel like I am pretty open to whatever the kids are doing these days. Sure, I’ll listen to your deathcore band although I am not the biggest fan of the genre. Hell, I even listened to the new Korn material, although I knew for a fact it would not be anything I would ever want to remember. Speaking of Korn, if there is one fad that I thought and prayed had passed on, out of the eyes and ears of extreme music fans, it is rap metal. Limp Bizkit, the aforementioned Korn and (hed)P.E. dominated the mid-to-late 90s and even into the early 2000s and they captivated teens and young adults the world over. However, the genre of music that these two bands used as a weapon is one that would come to be ridiculed not long after they fell out of the limelight. Continue reading »
Oceano’s third full length album Incisions was released earlier this week via Century Media /Earache and if you haven’t had a chance to listen yet, the entire album has been uploaded to Youtube for your listening pleasure. You can stream the record after the break.
Impending Doom have officially assigned a title and release date to their upcoming album. The new record will sport the title Death Will Reign and will see a release through eOne Music on November 5th. The cover art and new teaser video have been released, both of which can be viewed after the break.
The Californian metallers Conducting from the Grave have premiered a new track via Lambgoat. This new track is entitled “The Rise” and will be featured on the group’s forthcoming self-titled album that the band will self-released on October 1st. The album was entirely funded by fans of the band via a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $15,000 in a month’s time. You can stream the new track after the break and order the album at this location.
It looks like Oceano have been “leaking” some of the new tracks that will appear on the group’s forthcoming album, Incisions, which is due out on October 1st. These new tracks are the album’s title track, “Self-Exploited Whore” and “Blasphemous Mask”. If you like breakdowns and lower than hell tunings then you are in luck! You can check out all three songs after the break.
Impending Doom have released a short thirty-four second video teasing new material that is slated to be found on their upcoming album, which the video hints at being released in November of this year. While the teaser is short it is obvious whatever track this is will bring the grooves. You can check it out after the break.
We have been posting a lot about the new Fit For An Autopsy album lately, and Lane just posted a new song by the band on Tuesday and now I’m here to tell you that these rad deathcore monsters are releasing one more track before their new album Hellbound which is due out next Tuesday. This track is a crushing, breakdown-laden beast and I fucking love it. Check out the track after the jump and be sure to let us know if you’re into it! Continue reading »
Fit For an Autopsy have released another new cut from their forthcoming album, Hellbound, which will be released on September 10th through Good Fight Music/eOne. We’ve already heard “Still We Destroy” and “Do You See Him” and now the band have released “Thank You, Budd Dwyer”, an homage to the infamous politician who committed suicide on national television in 1987. I am not a deathcore for the most part, but Fit For an Autopsy are definitely a cut above the rest. The track hurts so damn good. You can stream the bone-breaker after the jump and read the band’s statement on the track.