Damn. It seems like just the other day that The Crinn released a new track. Oh yeah. That was just the other day (see here). Well, if you liked “Silent Betrayer,” you’re going to love “Endless.” The Crinn are one of those phenomenal bands that just prides themselves on releasing spectacularly heavy tunes. Check out the new track after the jump and bangyerfuckinhead. Continue reading
The Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist Ben Weinman recently took to Instagram to tease new material he has been working on for the band. The brief clip of the new track can be seen below.
Weinman was also in the studio recent recording material with Giraffe Tongue Orchestra with producer Ross Robinson. No word yet on when that project will see the light of day.
The Dillinger Escape Plan have been teamed up with rapper Jarren Benton for a Converse compilation titled Cons EP Vol. 2, which sounds to me like a revamped version of Judgement Night. The collaborative track is titled “Rage” and it’s pretty phenomenal. Jarren‘s rapping over whacky Dillinger riffs rules. You can check out the music video for the effort after the jump. Continue reading
Scarlet recently shared two previously released tracks that were recorded back in 2009. The new tracks are the duo of “The Acid Reign I/The Acid Reign II” and are full of that spastic, face-shredding metalcore that the band was known for. The band, however, continues to be on an indefinite hiatus. Feel free to stream the tracks after the break.
Code Orange will be releasing their new album I Am King next month and the band has released a rad music video for their track “Dreams In Inertia.” Of course, Code Orange crush as always and I’m beyond stoked that we are getting a killer new album this year. Check out the new music video below. In addition, be sure to catch Code Orange on their upcoming co-headlining tour with Twitching Tongues, details here. Continue reading
Instrumental math metal duo Bowl Ethereal (ex-Loincloth) have premiered their official video for their track, “The Last minute”, over at Noisey. The groove heavy 60 second track, which comes from their new self-titled 7″, is set to a barrage of Satanic imagery and symbols. You can check out the video after the break. Feel free to stream the 7″ below as well.
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.
The recently renamed Code Orange have released a new track entitled “My World” off of their upcoming sophomore LP, I Am King, in conjunction with the opening of pre-orders for the record as well as announcements for an upcoming Fall tour with direct support from Los Angeles metallic hardcore act Twitching Tongues and indirect support from peers (Soul Search, War Hungry, Nails, Discourse, Axis and Blistered) whose appearances will vary by tour date. Aside from the trimming of denomination, the first two singles released for I Am King so far, the title track along with this most recent number, feature a similar change (in my opinion, for the better), narrowing down the band’s technical metalcore assault for a simpler approach that still retains the band’s experimental edge. Stream “My World” exclusively over at Alternative Press here, peep the poster and details for Code Orange’s upcoming tour below and pre-order I Am King via Deathwish Inc. here. Continue reading
Influential metalcore/mathcore act Drowningman will reform this August for a trio of shows with their Rock and Roll Killing Machine line-up. Vocalist Simon Brody had the following comments on the brief reformation:
“If all goes well we may play a select few shows in the near future, hopefully festivals and bigger shows that make sense, since we don’t all live in the same part of the country.”
You can check out the tour dates after the break as well as a clip of the band’s recent rehearsal session.
It baffles my tiny, insignificant mind that 2014 has completed half of its cycle of torment and despair. Luckily a plethora of good music graced my ears and gave me the strength to make it through another six months of life. The following 10 releases have stuck with me the most during the past six months and keep me hyped for the quality that I assume will grace the remainder of the year. In no particular order, these are my favorite releases of the year so far.
Norwegian mind-distorting technical grind duo Brutal Blues have premiered their forthcoming self-titled EP over at Invisible Oranges. The EP will officially be released on June 17th via Selfmadegod and can be purchased here or here. But please feel free to have your equilibrium raped by rhythmically complex grind from the future at Invisible Oranges now.
Brutal Blues’ forthcoming touring schedule can be seen after the break.
Math metal duo Bowl Ethereal (Loincloth, Breadwinner, Amish Control Tower, etc) have announced the release of a new self-titled 7″. The new effort was mastered by Brad Boatright and will see a release through Southern Lord on July 22nd, limited to 600 copies. Pre-orders are currently available here and here. The 7″ is an expansion of their 2013 Five Minutes EP (which can be downloaded for free here) in which the band add one new song to the mix. It’s six songs in six minutes, ensuring a quick death. You can check out the artwork and track listing after the break.
Remember that awe-inspiring Nirvana tribute album we heard about a while back? We have already heard Thou‘s cover of “Milk It” and now you can hear the whole album in full. The release came out on Friday, which as most of you know was Record Store Day, but if you didn’t have a chance to snag yourself one, the release has made it’s way online.
Who wouldn’t want to hear Nirvana covered by the likes of Thursday, These Arms Are Snakes, Whirr, Daughters and more? Check it out: Continue reading
Since 2010, California’s Seizures have been crafting abrasive hardcore that could quite possibly level cities or, at the least, melt faces. With the release of their second full length, The Sanity Universal, the five piece have become a force to be reckoned with. The album marks a big stylistic jump from their previous efforts, opting for more unyielding chaos and experimentation. They take the blueprints from bands like Botch and Deadguy and mutate it into new forms. Basically, Seizures put the “chaotic” in “chaotic hardcore”.
American Aftermath got a chance to speak with vocalist Cameron Miller and bassist Ian Hodges on the new album, band beginnings, and future plans.
So, I don’t know how no one on American Aftermath posted about this, but a few weeks ago The Dillinger Escape Plan released a new track called “Happiness Is A Smile” which was pressed on a limited edition 7″ and sold only on the bands current tour. Well, the band has been playing the song at every show and they have been filming every performance and it has been wrapped up into a pretty rad live video. Check out the video for “Happiness Is a Smile” after the jump. Continue reading