Chaotic hardcore heathens The Rodeo Idiot Engine will be releasing their highly anticipated new album Malaise next week, but the band want you to embrace the album by streaming a new track titled “Carrying Icons.” This is one of the nastiest, fiercest tracks I’ve ever heard from TRIE. Check out the track below, via CVLT Nation. Continue reading
French metallic hardcore outfit The Rodeo Idiot Engine premiered a new track from their upcoming album , «Malaise», earlier this week at Metal Sucks. Titled “Le Parfum”, the swelling, chaotic track opens up the new album is flurry of noise, blackened screamo and complex, jarring riffs that lie somewhere between hardcore and mathcore. Stream the track after the break.
«Malaise» will be released on November 23 via Throatruiner Records.
Seattle noise makers Great Falls (Ex-Kiss It Goodbye, Playing Enemy, Jesu, etc) are set to release their new devastating full-length, The Fever Shed, this Fall on Init Records. The follow-up to 2014’s Accidents Grotesque is a dark and disorienting affair in which mathcore, noise rock and abstract metal blend together to create a menacing, heart-stopping sound. We here at American Aftermath are excited to bring you a taste of what is to come with the album’s fourth, crushing track, “A Gathering in the Head”. This six minute beast stomps about with huge, dissonant, grimy riffs that will break your limbs and drag your limp body through ear-splitting walls of noise. Subject yourself to some good ol’ auditory abuse after the break.
Feel free to stream the album’s opening track, “Dressing The Saints”, below as well.
The Nietzsche are amazing. This band came to my attention through Lane and I’m glad because their debut EP Intro To Advanced Poetry is crushing. Mathcore layered with post-hardcore and wrapped up in a nice package. You can now hear said EP right now by clicking on after the jump. Check it out. Continue reading
Experimental hardcore trio Down I Go have premiered their forthcoming album, You’re Lucky God, That I Cannot Reach You, over at Upset Magazine. The album will officially be released this Friday, August 28, via Holy Roar Records and can be purchased here. The record is the first collection of new material since the band initially disbanded in 2011. The band offered the following comments regarding the new effort:
“We wrote this over nine days in virtual isolation at a farm on an ancient, deserted lava field in Western Iceland, …With little more than a store of Icelandic booze, some duty free sweets and a few horses for company. Stealing ideas from a borrowed book on Icelandic Legends, we threw together these ten songs. It was exhausting.
Our shows and media coverage have always woven around Holy Roar bands and we have a lot of respect for the label, so we offered the results to HR and they decided, with a bit of arm bending, to put the album out. We all believe it to be our best, most interesting work to date.”
Stream the oddball affair now.
When killer, chaotic bands emerge in the world, I immediately want to know about it. The Nietzsche are the most recent to do so. This psychotic Ukrainian mathcore act will soon unleash their debut EP Intro To Advanced Poetry and have released their new track titled “Lord Byron.” You can hear the track after the jump. Take notes. The Nietzsche will be one of your favorite bands by the end of the year. Continue reading
Man, it’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since Norma Jean released their legendary album O’God The Aftermath, but it has. That means it has also been ten years since Cory Putman joined the band. Woah. Time flies when you’re killing it, amirite? Well, the band will be embarking on a 10th anniversary tour for O’God in which they will be playing the album in full. Not only is this extremely exciting, THIS IS INSANELY EXCITING! Check out all of the dates below. Continue reading
Atlanta sludge makers Sons of Tonatiuh have released a previously released track for your streaming enjoyment. The track is titled “Skull File” and was tracked at a home studio in the fall of 2013 and serves as a precursor to the recording of their third full-length, which is slated to begin this summer. The currently untitled album will feature a re-recorded version of the song, as well as seven new tracks. You can check out the new jam below.
The band will be embarking on a string of tour dates this Wednesday. Those dates can also be found below.
Ukranian mathcore trio Doomeye have unleashed a brand new single for your streaming pleasure. The new track is titled “From the Tamed to the Reckless” and it is a insanity-laced affair. The band churn out dizzying, spiraling, complex riffs at a rapid pace and also find the time to throw in a quick, bone-crushing deathcore-esque breakdown. Fans of Ion Dissonance and Daughters, take note. Stream the track after the break along with their 2014 single, “Love & Crayons” and their cover of Daughters‘ “Nurse, Would You Please Prep the Patient For the Sexual Doctor”.
We all love The Dillinger Escape Plan. It’s not even an issue at this point. Well, the band is still churning out material from their latest album One Of Us Is The Killer. This time the band has released their newest, and final for this album cycle, music video. The video is for their track “Paranoia Shields” and you can check it out below. Dillinger never do anything half-assed, so fucking watch. Continue reading
So, you may or may not know that Meek Is Murder‘s new LP is actually comprised of two separate EPs, one of which was released a few years ago. Well, the band is currently streaming the newest of these EPs, titled Onward, right now. It’s a blissful–nah, just kidding. It’s a beast. You know what you think you can expect from a Meek Is Murder record? Well, it’s that and then some. Onward is a fantastic release and it fits very well with Into The Sun. You can stream Onward below, as it is the eve of the albums release. Continue reading
Abrams are a band that I have only been introduced to today but they are currently ruling my world. I mean, music this good doesn’t come about too often, so when it does, I soak it up. Abrams hail from Colorado and their vicious mix of mathy progressive stoner crunching goodness does the body oh-so-well. The band has premiered a track titled “Sea Salt Lines” off of their Lust. Love. Loss. and you can hear it below. HOLY COW. Continue reading
The Crinn, AKA one of the meanest, heaviest bands currently on my iPod, are gearing up to release their new, highly anticipated new album Shadowbreather and you can hear it all right now. The Crinn are fucking fierce and brutal and their mathcore is unrivaled. Period. If you know the band, then you will be pleasantly pleased with Shadowbreather. If you’re new, prepare to get your face ripped the fuck apart. Get a dose below courtesy of Metal Injection. Continue reading
Salt Lake City, UT project Team Dead have released their stellar debut EP, titled Whale Bones and Tin Foil, today (April 21). Featuring guitarist Chris Clement (ex-Gaza, Bird Eater, Day of Less, Pilot This Plane Down), the band offer up a jarring maelstrom of sludge-infused hardcore/mathcore, combining dissonant tones and angular guitar work with super heavy rhythms and bleak vibes. In this American Aftermath interview, Clement discusses Team Dead’s inception, the making of Whale Bones and Tin Foil, the EP’s stunning artwork and more. Continue reading