WIZARD RIFLE Streaming New Track “Crystal Witch”

Portland trio Wizard Rifle have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Here In The Deadlights, over at Noisey. The new track is the nearly seven minute “Crystal Witch” and it is a complete acid trip. The wacky song begins with some slow-building layers of psychedelic tremolo-picked riffs and immediately switches to a procession of jarring, bouncing riffs that eventually bleed into a grumbling sludge metal section. If that sounds weird, that’s because it is, but in the best way possible of course. Head over to Noisey to stream the track now.

Here In The Deadlights will be released on October 28th via Seventh Rule Records. Pre-orders can be placed here.

ANAAL NATHRAKH Streaming New Album “Desideratum”

The forthcoming opus from U.K.’s death/industrial metal hybrid Anaal Nathrakh, Desideratum, can now be streamed in its entirety over at Revolver. The album will officially be released on October 28th via Metal Blade Records and can be pre-ordered here. If you like chaotic, grinding death metal and just so happen to like the electronic nuances of industrial metal, then Desideratum is the right album to you. Get your fix of aural psychopathy over at Revolver.

BETZEFER Release Music Video For “Can You Hear Me Now?”

Betzefer-TheDevil-CDGrooving stoner metal act Betzefer released The Devil Went Down To The Holy Land and now the band has released a new music video. The video is for their track “Can You Hear Me Now?” and the track is absolutely brilliant. The video is strange but interesting, but gahddamn, this song rules. You can check out the music video after the jump. Do it. Also, if you haven’t picked up The Devil Went Down To The Holy Land, seriously go out and pick it up in some form or another. It’s phenomenal.       Continue reading

NERO DI MARTE Streaming New Album “Derivae”

NeroDiMarte_Derivae_CoverNero Di Marte will unleash their phenomenal new album next week and if you missed the bands track “Dite” that they released earlier this month (see here), now is the time for you to get into the bands new album Derivae. The band is currently streaming the album in full and you can hear it right now. I initially wasn’t into the band band but that quickly changed when I started listening. Check out Derivae after the jump and see if it tickles your downstairs. Continue reading

USNEA Streaming New Track “Random Cosmic Violence”

Portland doomsayers Usnea have premiered the title track from their forthcoming record, Random Cosmic Violence, over at No Clean Singing. “Random Cosmic Violence” begins its 14 minute excursion with psychedelic, acoustic-centered strumming before launching into a completely devastating doom assault. Experience the massive track for yourself over at No Clean Singing now.

Random Cosmic Violence will be released through Relapse Records on November 7th (Germany, Benelux) and November 10th (U.S., U.K., Europe). Pre-orders can be placed here.

 

 

THE GREAT SABATINI Debut “Life During Wartime” Video

The Great Sabatini have released the official video for their track “Life During Wartime” off of their most recent creation, Dog Years. The album’s melodic yet sludgy closing track is set to a collection of scenes from the 1993 animated film, “The Thief and the Cobbler”. It may seem random but works pretty well with the song itself. Feel free to check out the video after the break.

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THE CUTTHROATS 9 Announce Western U.S. Tour

Blues-infused noise makers The Cutthroats 9 (Unsane) have announced a string of Western U.S. tour dates in support of their most recent effort, Dissent. The trio will be joined by the likes of ÆGES on all stops on the tour. The touring schedule can be seen after the break along with a stream of the track “Eraser”.

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ATRIARCH Streaming New Album “An Unending Pathway”

Portland occult metal outfit Atriarch have premiered their forthcoming album, An Unending Pathway, over at Pitchfork. The goth, doom, black metal and hard rock hybrid will officially be released on October 27th via Relapse Records and can be pre-ordered here. While you are checking out,  stream the album in all its gloomy glory over at Pitchfork.

GIANT SQUID Streaming New Track “Sixty Foot Waves”

Giant Squid have premiered another new track from their forthcoming album, Minoans, over at Burning Ambulance. The track is entitled “Sixty Foot Waves” and it revolves bass-heavy grooves and features, like all of Giant Squid‘s discography, a huge cinematic flare. The somber cello and multiple vocal harmonies seem to give the track a haunting feel as well. You can stream the track after the break along with their previously released single, “Mycenaeans”.

Minoans will be released on October 28th via Translation Loss.

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PURGE Streaming New 7″ “Sewage”

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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.

HOLLOW EARTH (ENABLER, SHAI HULUD) Streaming New Track “World To Come”

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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.

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ATRIARCH Streaming New Track “Bereavement”

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Portland’s Atriarch have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, An Unending Pathway, over at Noisey. The new track is titled “Bereavement” and it combines elements of dismal black metal and gloomy, gothic-tinged doom rock. Get all of the doom and gloom you can handle over at Noisey now.

An Unending Pathway will be released through Relapse Records on October 28th. Pre-orders can be found here.

Atriarch‘s forthcoming tour dates can be seen after the break.

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CAVALERA CONSPIRACY Streaming New Track “Babylonian Pandemonium”

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Cavalera Conspiracy have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Pandemonium, over at Loudwire. The new track is entitled “Babylonian Pandemonium” and it churns out down-tuned, tremolo picked thrashing riffs that are so heavy that it is almost ludicrous. Check out the track for yourself over at Loudwire now. You can also stream the previously released track, “Bonzai Kamikaze”, after the break.

Pandemonium will be released on November 4th via Napalm Records.

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THE BANNER Detail New Album “Greying”

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.

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