I’ve been disappointed by the latest Killwhitneydead material I’ve heard off of the bands new album Suffer My Wrath mostly because it’s not the Killwhitneydead I fell in love with all of those years ago. I mean, somethings just shouldn’t be tampered with. Well, the band has released another new track which I don’t hate as much as some of the other tracks they have released off of Suffer My Wrath. The song is called “Replicate To Survive” and you can check it out after the jump. It features guest vocals from the singer of Vanisher (although I am not familiar with them). Check it. Continue reading
Well, I can’t say I haven’t been curious as to what the band consisting of former Killswitch Engage/Blood Has Been Shed vocalist Howard Jones, All Shall Perish‘s Francesco Artusato and Devolved drummer John Sankey would sound like. I have. The band, called Devil You Know, have unveiled the lead single off of their forthcoming album The Beauty Of Destruction, titled “Seven Years Alone” and it’s pretty great. Check out the track after the jump and weigh in in the comments. Continue reading
Well, it seems like the threat of a prison sentence isn’t keeping As I Lay Dying/Austrian Death Machine main man Tim Lambesis down. Here on American Aftermath we haven’t been following all of the drama surrounding the guy because (for the most part) we prefer to stick to music news and not rely on all of the bullshit to get page views.
Anyway, Austrian Death Machine will apparently still be releasing its new record Triple Brutal and a new song has been issued. Check out the track after the jump. Or don’t. It’s not great, I don’t think. Whatever. Continue reading
Yeah, I’m about ready to give up on this Demon Hunter record, but something keep bringing me back to it. I am going to withhold full judgement until I hear the album in full, but it’s not sounding like something I’m going to enjoy. The band has released a lyric video for their song “I Will Fail You,” which you can hear after the jump. It’s not that it’s bad, it’s just something I would have expected to hear… I don’t know, ten years ago. Check it out and see what you think. Continue reading
I’m really digging this band The Overseer. I posted about them a few days ago and I’m continuing to dig into them more and more. The band has just unleashed a rad new track called “Paper Thin Houses” that is a great homage to earlier Solid State releases. It’s just great. Check out the track after the jump. Continue reading
Hundredth are an amazing band that I got into last year. Their aggressive, yet positive music really hit the spot for me and I encourage you all to at the very least check it out. The band released an official video for this track back in 2012, but this pro-shot video was caught while the band was on tour last year. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
I kinda fell out of touch with Demon Hunter a while back, but after brushing up on a few of their older tracks, I have come to this conclusion: this is barely the Demon Hunter I remember. This is a much different sound than I remember and I couldn’t say I love it. I’m not really into this style of metalcore. I prefer a bit more aggression, but I’ll wait and see how the rest of the album plays out. You can check out their new song “Last One Alive” after the jump. Continue reading
San Diego deathcore horde Carnifex have released a lyric video for their new track “Dark Days”, which comes from their forthcoming album Die Without Hope, which is out on March 4th via Nuclear Blast. Pre-orders for the record can be found here (US) or here (Europe). The lyric video can be viewed after the break.
The band is currently on tour with I Declare War, Here Comes The Kraken, Assassins, and Lorna Shore. Remaining tour dates for the trek can be found below as well.
Norma Jean released an amazing record last year called Wrongdoers and the band has released a few music videos following the record, mostly tongue-in-cheek and filled with hilarity. I think however, their latest video might be my favorite of the bunch. The video is for the track “Sword In Mouth, Fire Eyes” and it tells the charming story of man vs. shark in the real world. Competition is fierce. Who will come out on top? Check out Norma Jean‘s video after the jump and find out. Continue reading
I am new to The Overseer, but I am a fan of a lot of bands over on Solid State, so I figured I should give them a listen. I checked out their latest track that they have released, which happens to be the rad song “Scarlet Wool” which comes off of their forthcoming album Rest And Let Go. I’m really loving this track and the vibe of the band, so they are definitely on my radar now. You can check out the lyric video for “Scarlet Wool” after the jump. Weigh in in the comments. Thoughts? Continue reading
In my last post about Killwhitneydead, I mentioned that the songs I’ve heard from their upcoming album Suffer My Wrath had begun to depress me. It’s just not the Killwhitneydead that I once loved. Well, the band has released yet another new track, this one titled “Tyrant Enthroned.” This is perhaps the most KWD-sounding track in the bunch, but it’s still not the same. You can check it out after the jump and weigh in in the comments section. Continue reading
True fans of Killwhitneydead have been impatiently awaiting the arrival of Suffer My Wrath for a long, long time. It’s been a good while since the band released an album and there have been rumors that the sound of Killwhitneydead had changed. We all heard a demo of “Sound The Alarms” a while back and now we have the official song, which was released by the band a few days ago. Along with that, we also have another new track called “Demons Consume.” Click on after the jump to find out more. Continue reading
IKTPQ fans rejoice! I Killed The Prom Queen have unleashed a full album stream of their new, and highly anticipated album, Beloved! Who’s beyond stoked?! THIS GUY! I am most stoked about the fact that IKTPQ didn’t lose a single stride during their hiatus. These guys came back stronger than ever on Beloved. It’s a powerful record that excels even my wildest dreams. You can stream the album in full after the jump. DO IT. Continue reading
Arsonists Get All the Girls have announced their Spring North American touring plans in support of last year’s album, Listen to the Color. Support on the trek will come from the likes of Beyond the Shore and Seeker. Further support on select dates will come from The Last Ten Seconds of Life, Abolishment of Flesh, Your Chance to Die, and Lord of War. The tour dates can be found after break.