So, The Atlas Moth will release a new split 7″ this year with Ken Mode and, to amp up the anticipation, Atlas have released a new music video. The video is for a track off of the split called “The 6th Passenger Is Death” and it’ll blow you away if you’re into aliens and even if you’re not. It’s The motherfucking Atlas Moth. check it out below. Continue reading
Man, has it really been two years since we got Hammercult‘s Steelcrusher? That album ruuuled and it was my introduction to these Israeli thrashers. Well, great news! Hammercult will release their new album Built For War in early September. Oooh yeah! The band has released a new track titled “Spoils Of War” and you can check that out below. It kills. Njoi. Continue reading
Huntress will release their new album Static in September and the band has graced us with a new track. The song is called “Flesh” and it comes along with a cool lyric video. This track is really rad and I think you’ll dig it. Check it out below. Continue reading
One of my most anticipated albums of 2015 is the new Soulfly record Archangel. This album sounds incredible and it is going to absolutely crush. The band has just released their new track “Sodomites,” which was going to be awesome anyway. You know they made it even better? Todd Jones of Nails guests on the track! You can check out the track below. Bang your fucking head. Continue reading
Last year I fell in love with a band called We Hunt Buffalo. Their stunningly superb stoner sizzlers won me over and I still jam their album Blood From A Stone. Well now I’m stoked because We Hunt Buffalo will be releasing a new record titled Living Ghosts in September and it is sounding amazing. Check out the first track from the album, “Back To The River,” below. It’ll blow you away. Continue reading
Just a little less than a month to go before the release of Publicist UK‘s new record Forgive Yourself and the band has just released a new video. This, much like the last video I posted about, is a visualization and it’s really, really cool. You can see the video for yourself after the jump. Do it. Do it. Continue reading
Bands like Locrian don’t really sell themselves visually for music videos. When bands like this do happen to release a “music video” it is usually more of a visualization. This is how I would classify Locrian‘s new video for “Arc Of Extinction.” It’s mesmerizing and beautiful, but it’s not a music video. Check it out for yourself below. Continue reading
Folkloric black metal outfit Windfaerer have premiered a lyric video for their new track “Finisterra” over at Heavy Blog is Heavy. The gloom-laden track, which will appear on the group’s forthcoming full-length, Tenebrosum, is full of melodic, virtuosic riffs that are drenched in melancholic atmospheres. The band comments on the new track:
“The lyrics to ‘Finisterra’ are about discovery and seclusion. What we learn about history is only the recorded account, but the truth is eventually unearthed through the passing of centuries. The lyrics are inspired by legends of medieval Basque fishermen who sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to North America, always returning with cod and never revealing the secret origin of their bounty.”
Check out the eight-minute jam after the break.
Tenebrosum will be released on September 22.
[Photo by Invisible Hour]
Seattle doomgaze outfit He Whose Ox is Gored have announced the release of their debut full-length record and follow-up to their 2014 7″, Rumors. The album will be titled The Camel, The Lion, The Child and will be released on October 9 via Bleeding Light Records. The record was tracked at Red Room and Ex Ex Audio in Seattle by Robert Cheek (Serial Hawk, Noise-A-Tron etc.) with additional recording taking place at Avast Studios with Randall Dunn (Sunn O))), Earth, etc). Matt Bayles (Isis, Mastodon etc.) handled mixing duties and frequent collaborator, Blake Bickel, mastered the album at Dynamic Sound Service. Guitarist and vocalist Brian McClelland comments on the upcoming effort:
“The Camel, The Lion, The Child is a cup that runs over. From the writing process and through the studio, we made it a point to make the record that we wanted. The songs grow and breathe with their own lives and personalities, and unfold with layers that surprise us to this day. The excellent engineering and mixing of Robert Cheek and Matt Bayles raised the bar, and pushed us to make the best record we could. Now, we share it with you.”
The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break along with the group’s upcoming tour dates with Mutoid Man.
Kylesa are legends in the game nowadays. We all know and love the band, so it is exciting that the band is releasing a new record in October. Said album is carrying the title Exhausting Fire and it is going to be epic. Kylesa has released a new track titled “Lost And Confused” and it’s great. Check out the track below and get puuuumped. Continue reading