With only a week until the album is officially released, I am not surprised that Maruta are now streaming their phenomenal new record Remain Dystopian. We’ve heard numerous tracks from the album and I can honestly say that it is one of the heaviest and nastiest records of the year. I have been jamming Maruta‘s latest beast all day and you should also. Check out the album after the jump, courtesy of MetalSucks. Continue reading
Florida’s technical grindcore masters Maruta have premiered another new track from their forthcoming album, Remain Dystopian, over at New Noise Magazine. The new track is the disjointed “The Void Within”, which closest out a five-day onslaught of premieres which also included “Genocide Interval”, “Protocol for Self Immolation”, “Erode” and “Slaying Jehova”. Stream the maddening track at this location now.
Remain Dystopian is due out on May 29 (Germany, Benelux, Finland, June 1 (UK/world) and June 2 (North America) via Relapse Records
Four days, four tracks. Maruta continue on their killing spree (so to speak) and unload another new track today. This track, also off of their upcoming record Remain Dystopian, is titled “Slaying Jehova” and I don’t think I need to explain the ins and outs of the songs subject matter. Maruta are killing it (so to speak) and that’s all you need to know. Check out “Slaying Jehova” below. Continue reading
As promised, Maruta have unveiled another new track on this fine hump day. The track premiered today is titled “Erode” and it is a blistering badass of a track. While listening to this track, I found myself lost in the grinding madness. The only thing that could make this track better is if JR Hayes from Pig Destroyer guested on it. Wait. What? Maruta + Pig Destroyer? Holy shit! CRUSH! Continue reading
In their run of five tracks in five days which started right here with us yesterday, Maruta have released their second track of the week. This track, a little ditty titled “Protocol For Self Immolation” is a grinding slab of awesome off of the bands upcoming record Remain Dystopian and… Yeah. It rules. Maruta will be premiering another new track tomorrow, but for now, get a dose of the “Protocol For Self Immolation.” Continue reading
The new disfigured, maniacal opus from Floridian grinders Maruta, Remain Dystopian, is a mere three weeks away from being unleashed upon the world. Featuring 17 vicious auditory assaults, Remain Dystopian is the perfect soundtrack to worldwide destruction. The band have whetted your appetite with choice cuts from the album over the past few weeks, including “Stand In Defeat”, “Hope Smasher” and “Stride Endlessly Through Scorched Earth”. Today, we at American Aftermath are stoked to bring you another taste of the impending madness. Below you will find a stream of the album’s opening track, “Genocide Interval”. For roughly 88 seconds, the track churns out mangled, dissonant grinding ferocity that will shred you into bloody bits. Check it out for yourself after the break.
Remain Dystopian will be released on May 29 (Germany, Benelux, Finland, June 1 (UK/world) and June 2 (North America) via Relapse Records. Pre-orders can be found here.
Canadian grinders Fuck The Facts are currently streaming their recently released split with release with Fistfuck over at Exclaim and can be ordered through the band themselves at this location. In addition to the new split, the band have announced a new full-length is on its way. The forthcoming full-length will bear the titled Desire Will Rot and will arrive on August 25 via their own Noise Salvation label. Guitarist Topon Das commented on the upcoming effort:
“Even though we’ve been consistently releasing new music over the past few years, we haven’t put out a full-length album since 2011’s Die Miserable. I love the EPs that we’ve released since then, but this album is long overdue and was initially intended to come out much earlier.
Our 2013 EP Amer is actually the B-sides of Desire Will Rot, and the original plan was for them to be released together (like we did with Die Miserable and the Misery EP). Over the past 12 months we’ve only played a handful of shows, and this has finally allowed us the time to not only complete this new album, but also our Abandoned EP that came out in October last year, and the split with Fistfuck, which has just been released.
Obviously some similarities to the Amer EP are to be expected on this new record, but I think Desire Will Rot is also very similar to our 2008 album Disgorge Mexico in sound and feel. For me, Disgorge Mexico is the album that really defined what I wanted to do with Fuck the Facts, so to finally have a record that I feel has matched that, is something I’m very excited about.”
The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Holy shit! New Teethgrinder! This dutch band reminds me a ton of Rotten Sound and their vicious attack is one that I adore. The band is releasing a new album this year (!!!) and they have detailed the album and released a new track! The details for Misanthropy can be checked out after the jump as well as the new track “Death of The Individual.” Dudes. Get some Teethgrinder. Now. Continue reading
Agoraphobic Nosebleed re-recorded four tracks for their Honkey Reduxtion EP for Decibel’s FlexiDisc series this year. With that release comes a new music video for their track “Withering Of Skin.” This track is great in its remastered glory and the video is, well, it’s ANb. It’s pretty rad. Check out the full visualization after the jump as always. Continue reading
Remember that killer Maruta song “Hope Smasher”? The first song that the band released off of their upcoming album Remain Dystopian? Well, it was killer and now the band has released a music video for said track. I love this video. It’s simple and effective, not to mention it’s fucking Maruta. Check out “Hope Smasher” below. Continue reading