A band I absolutely fell in love with last year, Bleed From Within, have been teasing a new EP for some time now, are getting ready to release the album and have unleashed a new track titled “Death Walk.” To go along with the track, the band has released a lyric video for it, which you can check out after the jump. As far as I am aware, the EP does not have a release date yet, but it will feature covers of Marilyn Manson and Foo Fighters tracks and “Death Walk” is pretty fucking radical. Check it out. Continue reading
Helmet will be playing a string of shows in February for the 20th anniversary of their album Betty. The band is booking no openers for any of the shows and the albums will be played in full at all stops, followed by a second set of fan favorite tracks. If you’ve been a fan of Helmet like Lane and I, I suggest you hit up one of these shows. Check out the dates below. Continue reading
Hollow Earth fucking own, kid. The band is going to unleash the full weight of their new album Silent Graves next week and the Deerborn, Michigan-based band is currently streaming a pretty rad new track titled ‘The Reclamation.” Dude, this shit right here is off the chain. Check out the track after the jump. Continue reading
Alaskan metalcore outfit 36 Crazyfists have premiered a new track from their forthcoming seventh studio album, Time and Trauma. The new track is entitled “Also Am I” and it is chock full of catchy, buzzsaw grooves and memorable hooks, as with any song the band puts out. You can stream the tune after the break and check out the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
Time and Trauma will be released through Spinefarm in February of 2015.
When I Killed the Prom Queen released their comeback record earlier this year, I was beyond stoked. As a huge fan of metalcore, IKTPQ is one of my favorite bands and I was saddened when they went away. When they came back, I expected the band to have lost a step or two, but I was wrong. The band came back as strong as ever and Beloved is an amazing record. The band has just released a new music video fort their track “Calvert Street” which comes off of Beloved. You can check out the track after the jump and be sure to pick up the album, available now via Epitaph Records. Continue reading
Grooving 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
Metalcore act Unearth have been crushing skulls for a long time now and the band will soon be releasing their new album Watchers Of Rule. The band has just unleashed a monstrous new track titled “Guards Of Contagion” and it absolutely crushes. This band doesn’t do much wrong, so I am stoked to check out Watchers Of Rule. Until the albums release, check out “Guards Of Contagion” after the jump.
Weed-based death metal project Cannabis Corpse (members of Municipal Waste) have announced dates for an upcoming nineteen date Winter tour with direct support from metallic hardcore outfit Mammoth Grinder and prog/tech-deathers Inanimate Existence. The tour will kick off November 28th in Wilmington, NC before concluding December 20th in Richmond, VA. Peep the full details below. Continue reading
While I am not a fan of We Came As Romans, I was intrigued when I heard that they had released their cover of Taylor Swift‘s “I Knew You Were Trouble” that will be featured on the upcoming Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6. The songs on the compilation are almost always awful, but I love it nonetheless because bad covers are my bread and butter. If you’re interested in how this track sounds, check out the music video for We Came As Romans‘ cover of “I Knew You Were Trouble” after the jump. Continue reading
A good friend of mine is constantly giving me compact discs that they’ve burned for themselves. Because of this, I was cleaning my apartment and unearthed an old copy of White Pony they had given to me. As any Deftones fan would expect, after listening to it, I was thoroughly blown away. It got me thinking about their discography and raised some curiosity in the process. What are your favorite Deftones albums? Here’s my two cents and I know that at LEAST one other AA staffer loves the band. Also, when was the last time you seriously sat down and looked at the album art for Saturday Night Wrist? Amazing! Get my two cents after the jump and don’t forget to complete the poll
Harm’s Way most recently released their Blinded EP on Deathwish Inc. in 2013, the first release with the label since their contract signing earlier that year.
The finest, cerebral, contorted guitar playing I have seen has come from the hands of The Nautilus’ Ross Albrecht.The Nautilus bind the fluid propulsive rhythm of The Black Dahlia Murder and supplement it with Gojira-esque melodies. Also, add the finest British Columbian weed with overt Canadian thrash influences and you would have the slightest hint of what they sound like.
Having shared the stage with bands like Tesseract, Cloudkicker, The Ocean, Mouth of The Architect, and Intronaut, the band should have not been too surprised to see their debut EP being raved about by MetalSucks via their “Unsigned and Unholy”posts. Ross gives us a briefing on the Vancouver band.
Dearborn, MI metallic hardcore group Hollow Earth (former members of Shai Hulud) have announced dates for a month long Fall tour this upcoming November supporting their incoming sophomore LP, Silent Graves, alongside peers Exalt, Run With The Hunted and KDC. Peep the tour poster above and the full details for the tour below. Continue reading
I’ve been raving about Vanna for most of 2014 and I still can’t get enough of the band. The bands latest album is definitely one of my favorites of the year thus far and the band has now released a new music video for their track “Personal Cross.” The video is very well done and I really like this song, so it comes highly recommended from Senor Gnar. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading