I love Sofy Major. These noisy rocker are superb in their craft and their new record Waste is aggressive and powerful. Duh. It’s Sofy Major. Well, the band has just released their music video for their track “We See Fire” and its… Well, it is what it is. Check it out for yourself after the jump. Personally, this is my least favorite type of video, but I love Sofy, so I’ll let it go. Continue reading
Absolutely one of my favorite albums of 2015. So Hideous are just amazing and everything they release is gold. It may seem like I blow this band pretty hard on here, but I really do love the guys and their music. Laurestine is a beautiful album that I can listen to over and over and I want you all to do the same. Stream the album below and do it now. Continue reading
And, man. The heaviness keeps on coming, doesn’t it. Who’s been pumped for new Cult Leader and I do not plan on being disappointed. The madness that is the bands debut album Lightless Walk is currently streaming and it is a beast. I expected no less from this band, but I am blown away. Check out the stream below. NOW. Continue reading
Masters of French hardcore Birds In Row and WAITC have teamed up for an amazing split 10″ EP. The EP will be released later this month, but you can stream the entire split in full right now. Decibel is hosting the stream, which you can check out below. It’s fucking killer. Stream away, darlings. Continue reading
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North Carolina sludgy, swampy rockers Wailin Storms will release their debut full-length album, One Foot in the Flesh Grave, on November 20 via Magic Bullet Records. The album was recorded and mixed at Warrior Sound, by Al Jacob and mastered by Carl Saff. It’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with the band’s upcoming show dates.
Pre-order the record here.
Southern California hardcore outfit Forced Order have booked both fall and winter tour dates on both American and European soil. From October 9 to November 7, the band will be playing a handful of shows in their home state alongside Ceremony, Soul Search, Burn and Trapped Under Ice. On November 18, the band will join Turnstile on a European trek that will extend through November 30. Finally, the band have booked another handful of California shows with Foundation that will commence in January of neat year. All of those dates can be found after the break.
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Wrekmeister Harmonies have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length, Night of Your Ascension, at Revolver. Titled “Run Priest Run”, the new track features 12 minutes of slow-burning, experimental doom. Cataclysmic bass lines and primal percussion thunder throughout the track, while multiple layers of instrumentation, noise and vocals meld together above the rhythm. Stream the track after the break.
Wrekmesieter Harmonies is a music collective, led by J.R. Robinson, which boasts a cast of nearly 30 musicians including Lee Buford and Chip King (both of The Body), Alexander Hacke (Einsturzende Neubauten), Cooper Crain (Cave), Marissa Nadler, Mary Lattimore, Olivia Block, Eric Chaleff (Bloodiest), Dylan O’Toole and Ron DeFries (both of Indian), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), Sanford Parker (Buried At Sea), Mark Solotroff (Anatomy Of Habit), Solomon Lee Walker, Chris Brokaw (Come), and Jaime Fennelly (Mind Over Mirrors).
Night of Your Ascension will be released on November 13 via Thrill Jockey. Pre-order here.
The band’s upcoming tour dates can be seen below as well.
Tennessee’s Yautja have premiered their upcoming EP, Songs of Lament, at Noisey. The EP will officially be released on October 13 via Forcefield Records and can be purchased here. The release features seven tracks of grinding mayhem soaked in dissonance and grime, that crush skulls and melt faces. If that sounds appealing, check it out after the break.
The Ocean Collective is back and their highly anticipated split with Mono is looming. This is definitely a record that everyone is super stoked for and for good reason. Even without hearing any music, everyone was pumped. Now that The Ocean have unleashed their first track off of the record and it is absolutely glorious. Check out the bands song “The Quiet Observer” below. Oh, dude. It’s… Woah. Continue reading
Stoners Saviours will release their highly anticipated new record Palace Of Vision at the end of the month and the band have unveiled a new track titled “Hell’s Floor.” This is one hell of a track that I’m really digging. This is already one of my favorite albums of the year and it should be one of yours also. Check out the track after the jump. It’s crushhhhhh. Continue reading
Progcore act Born Of Osiris, whose new record Soul Sphere will see release in a few weeks, have unleashed another new track titled “Free Fall.” This track is really rad with a lot of strange sounds. You can stream the bad boy after the jump. Do it or get left behind. Continue reading
Failure released their first album in almost twenty years earlier in 2015. This band has been split up since I was a kid, so it was cool to see them make such a strong comeback. Well, the band has just released their new music video for “Counterfeit Sky” which plays out like a space opera. It’s really cool, so check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Brooklyn’s White Widows Pact have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, True Will, at Exclaim. Titled “This Thing of Ours”, the new track unleashes an onslaught of metallic grooves and beatdowns and features guest vocals from Cancer Bats‘ Liam Cormier. Start moshing at this location.
True Will will be released on October 16 via New Damage Records.
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New York experimental rock trio Pseudo/Sentai have premiered the official lyric video for their track, “Classic Tactics of Xenocide”, at Bloody Disgusting. Taken from their impending Bansheeface LP, the new track is composed of angular progressive rock nuances and eccentric, carnival-esque melodies. The band offered the following comments regarding the new tune:
“Humans regard themselves as absolute predators. We do not live with a fear of being manufactured prey. ‘Classic Tactics of Xenocide’ is set in a world where our food chain equals have decided to annihilate us in response to a perceived action, one that we ourselves didn’t even commit. There is little left to do but detach ourselves, escape from the situation and witness it through a safety lens until they finally come to get us. ‘Enjoy being you while you still can.’”
Check out the track/video after the break.
Bansheeface will be released on October 16.
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Swedish heavy metal outfit Ram have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Svbversvm, at Heavy Blog is Heavy. Titled “The Usurper”, the new track is full of classic heavy metal heart that Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and the like would be proud of. Check it out now.
Svbversvm will be released on October 30 via Metal Blade Records. Pre-order here.