The Last Ten Seconds Of Life are one of the raunchiest, nastiest bands I’ve gotten into in the last few years. The band has released two amazing albums back to back and their latest, Soulless Hymns is a crunchy masterpiece. In case you want to see with your own ears, you can now stream the record in full. Check it out below. Continue reading
I’m not familiar with Traitors, but after hearing the bands new track “A Common Demon,” I am definitely interested. The band is what I would consider to be deathcore, but they are on the good-to-great side of the term. This track is unbelievable and unforgiving, brutal and thundering. Do me a favor and stream “A Common Demon” after the jump and show Traitors some love. CRUSHED. Continue reading
Just when I thought that no one would be writing a song about everyone’s favorite learn-at-your-own-pace college, Veil Of Maya have done it! Kidding, of course, but for reals, The Veil has lifted and the band is streaming their first new track with new vocalist Lukas Magyar. the track is very strong and I cannot wait to hear what else VoM have in store for us all. BOOM. Continue reading
Remember last year when I was talking about the overhaul of deathcore? Suddenly, bands that I could care less about were making phenomenal records and then there were up-and-comers popped up that blew me away. One of these bands is The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, who released a GREAT album last year, and they are back with their latest offering Soulless Hymns. The album won’t see release until next month, but you can check out their new track “The Box!” after the jump. Get a thick dose of madness below. Continue reading
So, I’ve noticed that some people aren’t digging the new Acacia Strain tunes, but I am totally into it. I think the band is crushing right now and I adore their new album Coma Witch. If you’ve been keeping up with the progress of TAS‘s new record or even if you haven’t, now is the time to sit back and crack this one open. Coma Witch is currently streaming in full and you can peep it after the jump. DEM BRAKE DOWNZ, SON. Check it out. Continue reading
While some blogs aren’t digging the tracks off of the new Acacia Strain album, I am totally into them. The band is doing new and creative things and I can’t wait to listen to their new album Coma Witch in full. The album’s release date isn’t too far away and the band has just released it’s third single “VVorld Demise.” I love this track and you will too. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Heavy hitters The Acacia Strain blew me away with the first track off of the bands forthcoming Coma Witch and now they have released a new track titled “Nailgun” that totally destroys. This band is always doing something interesting and I really look forward to the new album. “Nailgun” is a loud, aggressive slab of all the good stuff TAS is known for. Check out the track after the jump. Continue reading
Rings Of Saturn are a fun band, huh? I’ve only recently gotten into the band but I have to say they are extremely fun and br00tal. The band will unleash the wild and heavy Lugal Ki En in October and the band has release a new track in the form of a lyric video. The track is titled “Unsympathetic Intellect” and it’s, you guessed it, rad. Check out the track and video after the jump. Continue reading
Psychotically technical death dealers Rings Of Saturn will be releasing their new album Lugal Ki En next month and the band has released a five minute teaser for the album, which has got me extremely excited. This beast is sure to be a crushing blow to everyone’s skull when it drops and until then, enjoy snippets from the songs of Lugal Ki En. Jamz. Continue reading
Martyr Defiled are a band that took my by storm with their new album No Hope No Morality, which came out earlier this year. To make things even more interesting, the band has unleashed their cover of Lamb Of God‘s “Redneck,” with their rendition being a phenomenal one. This isn’t the cover that I would have picked for MD to perform, but I dig it nonetheless. Check out “Redneck” after the jump.
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
The controversial moshcore titans in Desolated have announced dates for a sure-to-be ignorant month long US tour later this Fall alongside Florida deathcore act Traitors, our Pennsylvania metallic hardcore friends in Benchpress and New York hardcore act VICE. With a strange hierarchy of hatred, wherein metalheads have come to hate hardcore shows for the violence and in turn, the hardcore scene has come to hate Desolated for the same reasons, this tour alongside its crew of bands is going to be something. Peep full details and dates via the poster above.
To get it out of the way, I have never listened to Betraying The Martyrs. They are one of many bands on Sumerian Records that I have never checked out because I didn’t figure they would entice me. BUT, I do have a six-year-old daughter so of course I know the anthem from Disney’s Frozen: “Let It Go.” Well, it appears that Betraying The Martyrs have covered said anthem for their new album Phantoms. Well, I think I’ll just let the video speak for itself. Continue reading
The reformed Suicide Silence (I’m still unclear if they ever split or not) will be releasing their new album You Can’t Stop Me next week and the band has unleashed a full album stream of said album. From an outsiders prospective and as someone who doesn’t wish to speak ill of the dead, this is the best Suicide Silence has ever sounded. It’s reminiscent of what Mitch brought to the band, but with some notes that he couldn’t/didn’t hit. Check out the full stream after the jump. Continue reading
London’s Acrania have premiered the video to their new track “Festering With Dishonesty” over at Decibel. The lyric video is not as important as the song within it, which is full of thick, slamming riffs and enough double bass to start an earthquake. The track will appear on the group’s forthcoming full length debut, Totalitarian Dystopia, which is due out on August 19th via Unique Leader. You can check out the video after the break.