Lo-fi grinders Sick/Tired will unleash their new record Dissolution tomorrow and if you can’t wait, then fear not. The band teamed up with Bloody Disgusting and are currently streaming the album for all to hear. Dude. Seriously. This shit is solid. Take the time, stream this slab from start to finish and then come back here and thank me. Just click on over after the jump and stream Dissolution in its entirety. YES. Continue reading
Damn. It seems like just the other day that The Crinn released a new track. Oh yeah. That was just the other day (see here). Well, if you liked “Silent Betrayer,” you’re going to love “Endless.” The Crinn are one of those phenomenal bands that just prides themselves on releasing spectacularly heavy tunes. Check out the new track after the jump and bangyerfuckinhead. Continue reading
I know a lot of people are fucking ecstatic that Cretin are finally releasing a new album (Stranger, due out in early December) and I am one of them. The band is a long time favorite of mine and I know that Stranger is going to absolutely decimate. Well, if you need a little convincing and the first track the band released wasn’t enough, you can check out the bands Decibel Magazine Flexi-Disc contribution. This track won’t appear on Stranger, but any new Cretin is good Cretin. Check out the track below via MetalSucks. Continue reading
Filthy grind merchants Cretin will be releasing their first new album in eight years in December and the band has unleashed the earth-shattering new track “It,” which you can hear after the jump. The track is everything that I love about Cretin and so much more. It’s vicious, aggressive and a kick in the fucking face. Stream it and believe it. Continue reading
Anaal Nathrakh, my favorite blackened grindcore band from the UK is streaming another new track off of their forthcoming album Desideratum. The track is “The One Thing Needful” and it’s a rad slab of stab. Not really sure what that means, but seriously, listen to this track. I know you’ve been just as excited about the new Anaal Nathakh as me, so stream this bad-ass track below. Continue reading
Weed-based death metal project Cannabis Corpse (members of Municipal Waste) have announced dates for an upcoming nineteen date Winter tour with direct support from metallic hardcore outfit Mammoth Grinder and prog/tech-deathers Inanimate Existence. The tour will kick off November 28th in Wilmington, NC before concluding December 20th in Richmond, VA. Peep the full details below. Continue reading
Chicago hardcore grind unit Sick/Tired are back with “In Articulo Mortis”, the second single off their upcoming third full length, Dissolution, out October 31st on vinyl and CD via A389 Recordings. The newly track is streaming over at Noisey and is a rare turn towards doom-ish longeivity for the grind unit, locking in at over five minutes. Check out “In Articulo Mortis” via Noisey here and pre-order Dissolution via A389 Recordings here. Sick/Tired will be touring in support of the record in Europe later this October with peers Corrupt Moral Altar, details below. Continue reading
Pig Destroyer‘s previously limited two-track doom EP which was recorded during the final sessions of Phantom Limb, Mass & Volume, can now be streamed over at Revolver. The EP will officially be released next Tuesday, October 14th, via Relapse Records. Pre-orders for the effort can be placed here. Head over to Revolver to stream the EP now.
Pig Destroyer‘s forthcoming tour dates can be seen below.
Audio terrorists Full Of Hell have released a video for “Blue Litmus”, the second single off of the group’s November 25th expected collaboration LP with renowned noise artist Merzbow, Full Of Hell & Merzbow. Directed by Jim Thayne, the video features live footage of the band interspersed with graphic videos of deaths, immolation and suicides blasted by a projector. Musically, the track unveils a further glimpse into the more apparent death metal/grind direction of the record, with a welcome change being a greater clarity for the basswork of Brandon Brown. Check out “Blue Litmus” below and look out for pre-orders (of which the first 100 will receive an exclusive noise tape compiling all of Full of Hell’s noise work in addition to extras) for Full Of Hell & Merzbow, set to start sometime this week via Profound Lore Records. A vinyl edition of the LP is due for release by A389 Recordings early 2015. In addition, be sure to catch Full Of Hell on their upcoming Fall run with Weedeater and Lazer/Wulf, details here.
So, it seems like the right time of day to deliver some pissed off (pun intended) grindcore to your ear holes. How am I going to do that? With a special AA premiere of the track “Those Who Labor” from Danish grinders Piss Vortex. Yeah, the name should be incentive enough for you to click on over after the jump, but it’s not, take my word that this is one of the greatest under-one-minute tracks I’ve heard in a good while.
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Columns released one of the most vicious albums of the year in the form of Please Explode and have now followed up with a new music video. The video is for the track “Bear Molester” and it is extremely weird and fucked up. Not really sure what is going on in a chunk of the video, but the song destroys. Check out “Bear Molester” after the jump. Continue reading
Formerly intended to be a one-off joke project, the 2013 borne baseball-themed grindcore project Puig Destroyer (members of Thrice, Curl Up And Die and Kowloon City) have furthered their foray into the serious with the release of their debut self-titled LP, out today on No Sleep Records and currently streaming over at No Sleep’s official Soundcloud page and below. The appropriately 20 song, 24 minutes long effort is the band’s most refined effort to date, touching over subjects such as Halos’ MVP outfielder Mike Trout, former Angel outfielder Mark Trumbo and distaste for fantasy football shenanigans and was written in the hope that an additional twenty tracks of baseball-themed mayhem still makes “any sense to anyone”. Stream Puig Destroyer by Puig Destroyer below and pick up the record on digital download via No Sleep Records here. Continue reading