I’m do not have a wide knowledge of math rock and the like. That is more Lane’s territory. That’s not to say that I don’t like the music, I just don’t know much about it and I don’t find myself looking out for it. That is, until Upsilon Acrux was recently introduced to me. I don’t know how I went this long without knowing this band. They have released six albums and I’m waaaay behind. The band is currently streaming a fantastic new track titled “Remnants Of The Habitable Epoch” and it is good enough to introduce you to Upsilon Acrux and give you an idea of what to expect from their forthcoming seventh album Sun Square Dialect. Check out the new track below. Continue reading
Epic black metal act Sigh are prepping the release of their upcoming album Graveward and they have unleashed a new track titled “Kaedit Nos Pestis” for your listening pleasure. This is the opening track on the album and is also one of my favorite tracks I’ve heard thus far. Check out the track for yourself below and see how you feel. I love it. Enjoy. Continue reading
Bay Area hardcore/punk/post-punk/whatever band Ceremony announced today the release date for their new LP. Set for a May 19 2015 release once again thru Matador Records, The L-Shaped Man is a literal, metaphorical, and metaphysical quantum leap from their early days and even just from their last album Zoo.
Read on after the break for the details including pre-ordering info and tour dates:
Los Angeles-based experimental rock outfit Upsilon Acrux have premiered a new track from their upcoming seventh full length album, Sun Square Dialect, over at Steel for Brains. The track in question is the album’s dizzying opening number, “Pitch Mountain: Maps”. The song spirals about with a colorful array of instrumentation that runs the gamut of math rock, progressive rock, krautrock and free jazz. It defies categorization and dazzles simultaneously. Head over to Steel for Brains to stream the track now.
Sun Square Dialect will be released on April 14 via New Atlantis Records. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after break along with the band’s upcoming record release shows.
Well, I’ve seen some fucked up shit in my day and I am still surprised by some of the shit that comes across my radar. Today? Today that fucked up shit is Father Murphy‘s music video for their song “A Purpose.” The video is stop-motion paper craft and it features the popular topic of Jesus/Christianity. Also, it’s pretty insane. Check out the video below and see if it tickles your whatever. Continue reading
Texas experimental metal architects Pyramids have premiered their upcoming album, A Northern Meadow, over at Stereogum. The album will officially be released next Tuesday, March 17, via Profound Lore and can still be pre-ordered here. The record combines elements of black metal, shoegaze, drone and a plethora of other styles into one eight-track behemoth that fans of Kayo Dot or Locrian will have no issue getting all hot and bothered over. Head over to Stereogum to stream it now.
It’s been a few weeks since we heard a new Minsk track, but one has graced us this fine day. The band will be releasing their new album The Crash & The Draw next month and the second track off of the album has made it’s way too us. You can check out this blistering beast by the name of “The Way Is Through” below. It’s a banger. Enjoy. Continue reading
Experimental metal outfit Minsk will be unleashing their new album The Crash & The Draw in April and the band has just unleashed its first track off of the highly anticipated record. The track is titled “To The Garish Remembrance Of Failure,” and if you want to have your mind absolutely blown, this is the track to do it with. Check out some mad Minsk action after the jump. Continue reading
Pyramids are a band that I have always found myself listening to when I had no idea what kind of music I wanted to hear. The bands sound is so weird and so varied that it is instantly interesting. Pyramids will unleash their new album A Northern Meadow next month and they have released a new track for your streaming pleasure. The track is titled “The Substance Of Grief Is Not Imaginary” and it’s fucking phenomenal. Check out the track below. You’ll listen to it three times just to begin to take it all in. Continue reading
Hiram-Maxim will release their debut album early next month and the band has unloaded a massive new track titled “One.” The track is one hell of a crusher, coming in at more than eleven minutes and it holds strong throughout. This band is vicious and I’m really digging them, so they come highly recommended. Check out “One” after the jump. Continue reading