Old Wounds have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP and follow up to their 2013 debut, From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest, Death Projection, over at Revolver. The new track is entitled “Dead Beat Blues” and it will crush you under its metallic weight in just two-minutes time. Get flattened by solid metallic hardcore at Revolver now.
Death Projection will be released on September 16th via Good Fight Music. Pre-orders can be placed at this location.
Hardcore act Cold World will release their new album How The Gods Chill next week and if you’ve been curious as to how amazing the album it, you can find out for yourself. Noisey is currently hosting a full album stream and I gotta say, Cold World destroy as always. You can check out the full stream of How The Gods Chill after the jump. Continue reading
Footage of Retox performing a new song has made its way online. The new, spastic track is apparently titled “This Should Hurt a Little Bit” and will be apart of the new 7″ split between the band and Narrows (Botch, etc), which is due out later this year via ThreeOneG. You can check out the performance after the break.
French chaotic hardcore/grindcore outfit Warsawwasraw have unleashed another new track from their forthcoming album, Sensitizer, which is due out on September 25th via ThreeOneG. The new track is the absolutely mind-numbing, schizoid “Celestial Blackeye”, which throws out noisy riff after noisy riff until your ears bleed. You can stream the track after the break.
In case you missed them, stream the previously released tracks “Carbon Date Rape” and “Hollowcost”.
Brooklyn’s blackened, sludgy, hardcore heathens Mortals unleashed their new album Cursed To See The Future earlier in the month and the band have followed it up with a music video for their track “View From A Tower.” I adore this band and I really dig the song, but the video just doesn’t do anything for me. Check it out after the jump and see if it tickles your funny places. Continue reading
Get This Right Records have announced that they will be releasing the final recordings of now defunct hardcore outfit Crucified, the Dead of Sleep EP, late this summer. The band originally tracked the four-track EP back in May 2011, but decided to call it a day shortly after the recording process was completed. Now, three years later, it will be heard. The EP will be available on a limited edition 7″ (125 copies) and digitally on September 9th. You can check out the EP’s artwork and track listing after the break, along with a stream of the album that preceded it, Coldest Winter; Darkest Reaches of the Mind.
Milwaukee-based crustcore band Protestant will soon be releasing one of the meanest, most hateful crust records of the year and you can hear the madness for yourself right now. Protestant are streaming their new album In Thy Name right now courtesy of Noisey and you can check it out after the jump. DO IT. Continue reading
NYC-based punk/hardcore act SOS have premiered their forthcoming album, Strength and Conditioning, over at Stereokiller. The album will officially be released on July 29th via their own 316 Productions, but you do not have to wait to hear this absolutely bipolar album. Head over to Stereokiller to check it out now.
Floridian southern-fried punks Vices’ debut full length record, New Breed, is out today via Melotov Records. Metal Injection are currently providing an exclusive stream of the record now, so you better jump on it. You can order your copy of the record at this location. New Breed has all of the blues-ridden, whiskey soaked hardcore you can handle, so what’s not to like? Head over to Metal Injection to stream it now.
The band’s forthcoming home state tour dates can be viewed after the break.
Influential New York hardcore act Sick of It All have announced the release of their 10th studio album. The new record, entitled The Last Act of Defiance, will be released through Century Media on September 29th (Europe/Australia/New Zealand) and September 30th (North America). Drummer Armand Majidi commented on the forthcoming record, saying that he wanted listeners to “feel that they just heard a hardcore record that has everything, from blistering speed to bouncing groove, to heavy and pounding to bright and melodic.” The upcoming album’s artwork and track listing can be seen below.
Brighton-based Exes (Narrows, Tropics) have premiered their forthcoming album, Phatasmaboring, over at Punktastic. The album will be self-released by the band on July 28th and can be pre-ordered here. The album comes across as a cross between These Arms are Snakes’s brand of math rock/post hardcore and Botch’s chaotic sensibilities. Check out for yourself over at Punktastic.
England’s Baby Godzilla have release the official video for their new single, “The Great Hardcore Swindle”. The chaotic and catchy tune is set to a humorous clip of the band constructing makeshift battle suits and battling each other. It’s awesome, what more is there to say? You can check out the video after the break.
The 7″ single of “The Great Hardcore Swindle” can be purchased at this location.
Southern California hardcore act Obliterations (Black Mountain, Saviours, etc) have announced the release of their debut full length album. The record, entitled Poison Everything, will be released through Southern Lord on October 28th. The album was recorded with Chris Owens (Lords, Coliseum, Young Widows) at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606, mixed by Kurt Ballou(Converge) and was mastered by Brad Boatright (Tragedy, Sleep, etc). You can check out the album’s artwork and track listing after the break.
Feel free to check out the band’s past releases on their Bandcamp page.
Southern Lord has just released the entire discography-to-date from Swedish one-man punk outfit Electric Funeral and you can stream all 53 tracks of it over at CVLT Nation. The anthology, entitled Total Funeral, collects all of Electric Funeral’s releases including previously unreleased material. The release is available now on 2xLP and can be purchased here. You can head over to CVLT Nation to stream the album or stream it here after the break.
Throatruiner Records has yet to release an album that I have not enjoyed. With amazing records from Plebeian Grandstand, Cortez, Vuyvr, Bone Dance and more, you just can’t go wrong. The label will be releasing the new album from French post-hardcore band As We Draw and you can hear a new track from that effort right now. MetalSucks has premiered the track “Losing Ground” and for the life of me, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t enjoy it. It’s heavy, it’s amazingly organized and it’s As We Draw. Check out the track below, courtesy of MetalSucks. Continue reading