Fresh off their re-formation and their recent signing with the trusted purveryors in all thing metallic, Relapse Records, Florida death/grind unit Maruta announce the details of their label debut Remain Dystopian. Slated for a June release date , Remain Dystopian aims to top the band’s previous exercise in grind fury, Forward Into Regression.
WAKE and Primitive Man, two of the most promising young bands in extreme music are making preparations for their upcoming spring tour which will see them getting the party started right in Denver May 15 and bringing things to a close in St.Louis 5/28. With stops along the way in D.C., with The Body and Water Torture, and in Charm City at MDF with the millions of amazing bands that play that event every year.
This tour will cover both ends of the extreme music spectrum with Primitive Man bringing the slow, crushing, low-end pain with their punishing brand of blackened sludge/doom while WAKE will be providing the SPEEEED!! with the unending power and mania that is their hardcore/grind attack.
Continue after the break for tour dates and tour poster:
The upcoming album from Portuguese crust outfit Simbiose, Trapped, can now be streamed in full over at Invisible Oranges. The album will officially be released on March 16 via Anticorpos Records and CD/shirt bundles can be acquired via the following email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. The 14-track record hits hard and fast with a collection of songs that run the gamut of crust, grind, hardcore and metal. Get your teeth kicked in over at Invisible Oranges now.
Portuguese grind/crust outfit Simbiose have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Trapped, over at Ponto Alternativo. The track is entitled “Ignorância Colectiva” and it is full of thrashing, galloping crust that fans of Doom and the like will adore. Vocalist Jonhie says the new track “talks about the kind of people that just likes to criticise and say bad things about the others, but in reality don’t do nothing for anyone or to change anything!” Feel free to stream the new jam after the break.
Trapped will be released on March 15 via Anticorpos Records.
My attention was first alerted to the existence of Boddicker last fall when I was tasked with the responsibility of reviewing their split with Kata Sarka. I was immediately impressed with the unbridled fury Boddicker was able to contain in each of their songs so I was very much interested in reviewing their latest release, an EP entitled False Flag.
Enabler has since their formation in 2009 gained a sizable following by releasing a plethora of LPs, EPs, and splits showcasing their potent combo of punk,hardcore,thrash,grind, and crust. Following up on their critically acclaimed 2012 LP All Hail The Void, released on Southern Lord Records, will be La Fin Absolue Du Monde, a rawer ,even more intense exercise in brutality than anything else in Enabler’s discography.
Singer/guitarist/main songwriter Jeff Lohrber was kind enough to sit down with me for an interview via email. Read on after the break.
One of my favorite record labels in hardcore and metal music today is Deathwish Inc. (home of Deafheaven, Converge, Code Orange Kids, Modern Life Is War, Punch and many more). And over the past few days they’ve been teasing and counting down to a major announcement of some kind. None of us knew what it was, many assumed it could be an album release of some sort but the label dropped no hints until the announcement came today in the form of the picture you see above you.
Milwaukee based hardcore/crust/thrash/grind/whatever unit Enabler will see the release of their second full length, La Fin Absolue Du Monde this spring. Set to hit stores in vinyl and CD versions this May 27, just one day after their debut appearance at Maryland Deathfest. A collaborative effort between San Francisco based Creator-Destructor Records and NYC-area-based The Compound, the label arm of media/PR outfit The Earsplit Compound, La Fin Absolue Du Monde, (“the absolute end of the world” in French) , comes hot on the heels of Shift of Redemption and Flies , the two EPs the band released in 2013.
Iron Reagan, the Municipal Waste side project, has announced a group of tours alongside the bands Occultist and Ghoul coming up this April. Any one of these shows will surely destroy every braincell you have left. So if you’re in the area, go out and see the spectacle. Check out the dates after the jump. Continue reading →
In this review Profane Existence, one the most trusted names in crust/d-beat, were kind enough to furnish me with preview copies of their 2013 Limited Edition Singles Series. With 12 7″s of some the best crust, d-beat, powerviolence, grind,Oi!, and even some folk punk; your ears will sure to never find themselves bored with this eclectic mix of all things punk.
The self-titled debut LP from Portland’s Transient is well on it’s way (September 10th) and the outfit is gaining more hype with the release of new track “Positivism”. The song is one big kick in the gut that hints at death metal and crust throughout. You can stream the track right now over at Pitchfork and check out the previously released “False Philanthropy” while you are at it.
Dead in the Dirt’s new album The Blind Hole is officially out now and Invisible Oranges have got an exclusive stream of this grinding monstrosity. If you like your grindcore fast, dissonant, noisy and malevolent, then Dead in the Dirt have your favorite album of the year right here. Stream it now god damn it!
Georgia’s Dead in the Dirt have released premiered another new track from their pulverizing new record The Blind Hole, over at Metal Hammer. The track just so happens to be one of my favorites from the record, “No Chain”; a song that will rip the throat from you. Head over to Metal Hammer to check out this little caustic ditty and continue reading to peep Dead in the Dirt’s upcoming touring schedules.