San Diego sludge/punk outfit Griever have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Our Love Is Different, over at Decibel. The new track is the extremely catchy “The Tie That Grinds”, which churns out all of the raw, low-end rock grooves you can handle. Fans of Torche, Karp and Red Fang are sure to fawn over this new jam. Stream the track for yourself over at Decibel now.
Our Love Is Different will be released on February 24 via Vitriol Records.
Youth Funeral have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, See You When I See You, over at Noisey. The new track, titled “Weak But Warm”, cycles back and forth between serene, clean guitar strums and hyperactive barrages of knife-sharp riffs in its short, 84-second duration. Stream the track for yourself at this location.
See You When I See You will be released on January 27.
South Carolinian metallic hardcore act, Discourse, have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Sanity Decays, over at Blow The Scene. The track, entitled “Time Pries”, is a caustic, groove-heavy face-melter that brings to mind the likes of Buried Alive, Turmoil and other headbang-inciting hardcore greats. Stream the track after the break and peep the band’s forthcoming show dates.
Sanity Decays will be released on January 27 via Closed Casket Activities. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Colorado hardcore quintet Call of the Void have premiered the title track from their forthcoming sophomore full length, Ageless, over at Lambgoat. “Ageless” is a furious kick in the teeth that combines metallic hardcore and grind flawlessly into a track that will leave listeners in pools of their own blood. Stream the track for yourself at this location.
Ageless will be released on February 10 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders can be found here.
Call of the Void will also be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Enabler early next month. Those dates can be found after the break.
Holy hell. When you bring three fantastic hardcore bands together for a tour, no matter how long or short, you’re going to have a good time. Code Orange, Harm’s Way and Eternal Sleep have announced a killer tour this March that is a must see. If you are anywhere in the vicinity of ANY of these shows, be sure to show up or get crushed. Also, Harm’s Way will be releasing their new Rust 7″ before the tour. Check out the dates below. Continue reading →
Circa Survive, Balance And Composure will be hitting the road alongside Chon this spring for a pretty hefty tour. The bands will kick off the tour in mid-March and it will run through until early May. I’m not too familiar with Chon, but seeing Circa Survive and Balance And Composure should be enticement enough. Check out all of the dates below. Continue reading →
I love Blacklisted. This band is absolutely amazing and I am so stoked that they will be releasing their new album When People Grow, People Go next month. The band has already streamed a few tracks and now they have released a music video. The video is for their track “Turn In The Pike” and while I don’t quite understand it, the track is incredible. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading →
Initially featured in a prior Aftermath Straight To The Point review, the young forebears of “Pittsburgh Heavy Shit” in Killing Thinghave bestowed onto American Aftermath the opportunity to unveil their latest step into aural brutality. Following a demo, an EP and track appearances on a split and compilation (download it all free here!), the chaotic hardcore quartet have returned, armed with a new vocalist and drummer and ready to enter the modern metallic hardcore revival lexicon with a new EP due out soon on Head2Wall Records, of which the video for the first track is featured below. Directed by Tyler Long (Run, Forever and Black Mask) and recorded by Dave Rosenstraus (of Hounds of Hate and Pissed Jeans fame), “Derision” brandishes a brash, greater 90s metallic hardcore centered sound whilst underplaying but not completely abandoning the group’s groovy beatdown, which comes exemplified in the best way in the last seconds of the minute and forty crusher. As for the video, bloody, live and simple. Stream “Derision” below and be sure to catch Killing Thing on their Midwest stomp, details also below. Continue reading →
Trash Talk have announced a new string of North American tour dates that will commence early next month. The trek will extend from February 13 and will extend through March 2o. The Californian punks will support from New York hip hop trio Ratking and California-based ambient/electronic artist Lee Bannon. The tour dates can be viewed after the break.
I’ve talked about Haut&Court on here before, although it has been quite some time. The band will be unleashing their new album Troffea next month and the band has enlisted MetalSucks with a stream of their track “Hienes.” This track is fast and vicious and I love it. I cannot wait to hear the rest of this beast when it drops. There is also a pretty cool meaning behind the albums name, which you can read below also. Check out “Hienes” after the jump. Get blitzed. Continue reading →
San Diego post-hardcore/sludge hybrid Griever have announced the release of their debut full length and follow up to their 2011 Inferior EP and 2013 three-way split between VYGR and At Our Heels. The new record will bear the title Our Love Is Different and will be released on February 24 via Vitriol Records. The album was recorded by Tommy Garcia and Alex Jacobelli, mixed by Jacobelli and mastered by Nick Zampiello (Converge, Coliseum, etc), and will feature nine new bottom-heavy anthems in the vein of Torche, Karp and the like. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with a stream of the Inferior EP.
Louisiana grimy hardcore quintet Gristnam (ex-haarp, ex-Omean) recently released their sophomore EP, simply titled release2, over on their Bandcamp page. The new release features 6 new tracks of vile, groove heavy grinding tunes that aim to ruin your day. The new EP can be streamed after the break.
Gristnam have also announced the release of Even Less; a full length that pairs both release1 and release2 together. The record is available through Housecore Records on 12″ orange vinyl (limited to 300) and cassette (limited to 100).
If that From First To Last song wasn’t your cup of tea, then maybe this one will be. Vicious hardcore radicals Blacklisted have unleashed a beast that will destroy the northeast. The track is titled “Burnt Palms” and it absolutely crushes. This track is brutal and blistering from start to finish and I can’t wait to hear the rest of the bands new record When People Grow, People Go. Check out “Burnt Palms” below, courtesy of NPR. Continue reading →
I’ve only been into Xibalba for a short time, but I really dig this band a lot and I was highly anticipating the bands new record Tierra Y Libertad. Well, I’m not wrong, the band is killing it on this new album. Trust me. All you have to do is check out the bands new video for their track “Enemigo” which is one of my favorite tracks of the last few months. Get crushed after the jump. Continue reading →