The new 7″ EP from Pittsburgh’s Purge, Sewage, can now be streamed in full over at CVLT Nation. If you like your hardcore grimy, dissonant, and all around chaotic, then Purge is the band for you. Feel free to stream the destructive EP over at CVLT Nation now.
Sewage is now available via Deathwish and can be purchased here.
Stick To Your Guns will be releasing their new album next February and the band has stepped into promotion of the album very early. The band has release a music video for a new single titled “Nobody,”* which I really dig. I’ve always liked this band and I think the vibe they currently have going for them is pretty rad. If the rest of the album sounds anything like “Nobody,” I’m in for the long haul. You can check out the video for the track after the jump. It’s pretty cool.
Who doesn’t love speed metal-inspired hardcore? Well, I know I do, and that’s why I adore Foreseen (aka Foreseen HKI). The band’s Slayer-meets-Sick Of It All vibe crushes all, especially in the bands new track “Market Target,” which is now streaming for all to hear. The band will unleash their rad new record Helsinki Savagery will be unleashed next month and you’ve gotta get on this train, fool. Stream “Market Target” below via Noisey. Continue reading →
Melodic hardcore/post-hardcore act Xerxes will unleash the full force of their new album Collision Blonde next Tuesday, but if you’re an impatient fuck, you can check it out right now! The band has released the whole album for the world to enjoy and that is exactly what you will be doing: enjoying it. I’ve listened to this album countless times already and it is definitely one of my favorite albums of the year, so if you trust my taste, trust in Xerxes. Stream or die, bitches. Continue reading →
Crusty hardcore titans Homewrecker will unleash their bone-breaking new record Circle Of Death at the end of the month and the band has released a rad new track for all of yu to hear. The track is titled “Punish The Ignorance” and you can check it out after the jump. The track premiered on Terrorizer and it’s fucking unbelievable. Trust me, this shit’s insane. Continue reading →
Hollow Earth (Enabler, Shai Hulud) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming debut full length, Silent Graves, over at Metal Sucks. The new track is entitled “World To Come” and it hits with massive metallic hardcore weight. Angular riffs are thrown all about like rogue darts before ending in a massive, chugging climax. Stream the track for yourself over at Metal Sucks.
Silent Graves will be released on November 11th via Panic Records.
Hollow Earth will also embark on a tour early next month with the likes of KDC, Run With The Hunted and Exalt in tow. Those dates can be seen below.
New Jersey metallic hardcore outfit The Banner have released the details surrounding their forthcoming full length album, Greying. The Will Putney (The Acacia Strain, etc) and Randy Leboeuf produced offering has an official release date of December 9 through Good Fight Music. The album’s official artwork and track listing can be seen after the break. On the forthcoming release, frontman JSS had the following comments:
“The writing for Greying began shortly after the recording of Frailty and continued right up until we entered the studio. My motivation was to get a seamless fusion of the sounds and ideas of Each Breath Haunted and Frailty, as much as possible, then expand on that focused vein as best as I was able. Fortunately we linked up with Randy in the studio and he made this all possible in a way I believe other engineers wouldn’t have been able to. I’m very grateful to have had Randy and Will working with me on this album. I think that Greying is without question the most ‘The Banner’ album I’ve done.”
In case you missed it, you can stream the new track “Crippling Despair” below as well.
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 →
Having concluded their run with peers Code Orange a few days prior, California metallic hardcore outfits Twitching Tongues andDisgrace have announced dates for a mini-homecoming tour marking their return journey to California. Peep the full details below. Continue reading →
Baltimore hardcore outfit Old Lines(Ex. Pulling Teeth and Ruiner) have released their new album, No Child Left Behind, out tomorrow on No Sleep Records, for full streaming over at their official bandcamp. The Baltimore fiends will be touring the US in support of the record later this month, hitting Brooklyn on the 24th and ending their run on the 24th of November. Peep the stream of No Child Left Behind along with full details for Old Lines’s tour below and pick up the album via No Sleep Records here.
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 →
So, I’ve noticed that some people aren’t digging the new Acacia Strain tunes, but I am totally into it. I think the band is crushing right now and I adore their new album Coma Witch. If you’ve been keeping up with the progress of TAS‘s new record or even if you haven’t, now is the time to sit back and crack this one open. Coma Witch is currently streaming in full and you can peep it after the jump. DEM BRAKE DOWNZ, SON. Check it out. Continue reading →
New York post-hardcore outfit Descender have released two new tracks that were recorded back in August at Converse Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn, New York. The new tracks include the driving hammer-to-the-face “Lights Down” and the slow-building, melodic “Short Breaths”. The new tracks can be streamed after the break along with the band’s 2012 EP, And So We Marched.
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.