Japanese deathdoom masters Coffins have returned and with them they have brought you the astonishing new lyric video for their song “The Vacant Pale Vessel.” This track is the first offering off of Coffins new album, their first for Relapse Records, The Fleshland. Of course, this song is absolutely incredible. Duh. Continue reading »
I’ve only recently gotten into Scale The Summit, but the bands new album The Migration has really dragged me in. Last months teaser really got me and now the band has unleashed a full track from the album and it is absolutely incredible. The track is called “Atlas Novus” and it is a brilliantly crafted masterpiece of instrumental progressive rock. Check out the track below and let it soothe you. Continue reading »
By: Bryan Batiste
2 piece powerviolence masters Iron Lung return with their first LP in 5 years, which seems like an eternity amongst others in the genre. Powerviolence bands are typically known for large outputs of new material, given the short song structures and production rate. Iron Lung has participated in many splits and even put out some EP’s in their hayday, but 5 years between full lengths is fairly hard to come by. Continue reading »
I have only recently gotten into experimental band Wreck And Reference. I have heard of the band in the past, but their latest album
Content was the first time I actually sat down to check them out. After listening to the band’s two-song EP, I was blown away. Wreck And Reference aren’t a band you come across often. Their music is interesting and compelling and I cannot get enough.
After watching the band’s latest music video, I have nothing but questions about what is rattling around in the minds of Wreck And Reference. Continue reading »
The Fader have premiered the title track from Deafheaven’s upcoming album Sunbather, which is due out on June 11th. For this song’s ten minute duration, Deafheaven send you spiraling through tunnels of melodic atmosphere and ethereal beauty all with a harsh edge. The guitars’ razor sharp tremolos and the drums thunderous blast beats create a whirlwind of madness yet the melodic atmospheres seems to deafen the blow a bit. I am really excited to hear this album in full now. You can stream the song below as well as peep the dates for their upcoming tour with Marriages.
Canadian grind veterans Fuck The Facts are currently prepping the release of their new EP Amer which is set for release this Summer. Whenever I go into new Fuck The Facts, I expect perfection. I know these dudes (and lady) and I know they are capable of absolute awesomeness. Well, of course, I was right. This new track “L’enclume et le marteau,” which means “The Anvil and The Hammer,” is a fucking riot. Continue reading »
All of those weirdly awesome videos were leading up to this. Queens of the Stone Age have aggregated all of animated videos, courtesy of Boneface, into one fifteen minute clip featuring snippets of their music and cartoonish macabre images. Queens of the Stone Age’s new album, …Like Clockwork, is scheduled to be released next month on June 4th. You can view the film directly below.
The doom and gloom crew of Black Sheep Wall will be hitting the studio June 29th to begin recording their new full length effort. As a precursor to the upcoming album, the band has released a three song EP ,entitled It Begins Again, which can be streamed below. This bone crushing twenty-two minute EP features vocals from former frontman Jeff Ventimiglia and replacement Trae Malone. Check it out after the jump.
The avant-garde troupe Kayo Dot have released a thirteen minute teaser of unmastered audio from their upcoming album Hubardo, which is slated for a Fall release. From what I can tell, this album is going to be one complex and weird musical excursion. But I would not expect anything less from Kayo Dot. You can get a taste of the new album below and be sure to pre-order the album at this location.
Retox (The Locust, etc) are streaming their new record seven days before the official release date! The short but sweet YPLL features enough mind numbing riffing to keep your equilibrium on edge throughout its duration. You can stream the new album below as well as the band’s awesome hour long documentary on the album, which can also be downloaded here.
I have fallen out of touch with Norway’s Blood Red Throne over the last few years. The last album I listened to by the band was their 2009 album Souls of Damnation, with their 2011 release Brutalitarian Regime completely flying by my radar. And now, after a bit of silence, Blood Red Throne has returned and are riding on the release of their latest album Blood Red Throne. The band has released a new music video for their track Primitive Killing Machine which you can check out below. Continue reading »
While unfortunate legal issues have forced Gehenna to cancel all current tour outings(including all dates with Full of Hell and appearances at Maryland Deathfest and Chaos In Tejas), the Reno,NV war-mongerers have staked their claims for the near future of total war with the limited lathe-cut exclusive 7″ They Begged For A War. Limited to 40 copies, They Begged For A War unleashes three absolutely caustic tracks drawn from upcoming Gehenna releases, Deathkamp Of The Skull LP and First Blood Part II 7″ and can only be obtained at Chaos In Tejas 2013 by enacting the following commands: Continue reading »
Queens of the Stone Age are offering more odd animated videos set to portions of new tracks in promotion of their upcoming album …Like Clockwork (June 4th). These new videos are for pieces of the tracks “Kalopsia” and “Keep Your Eyes Peeled”. These tracks follow the events of the first video for “I Appear Missing” which I have posted below as well. These videos are creepy, macabre, and completely surreal. I love them! Check out each video in order below.
The Dillinger Escape Plan released their highly anticipated new album One of Us is the Killer yesterday to critical acclaim. Everyone seems to be digging it, even Shaun Lopez. Shaun Lopez of Far and Crosses fame has put together a pretty freaking catchy, club banging remix of the title track. You can stream the remix below but make sure your mother doesn’t walk in on you “twerking” it.
Mouth of the Architect have released another track from their upcoming album, Dawning, which will see a release through Translation Loss on June 25th. The track is entitled “How This Will End” and can be streamed exclusively through Lambgoat. The song is eleven minutes of pure angelic heaviness; blending the perfect amount of atmosphere and crushing melodic sludge metal. It’s quite the impressive piece. Check out now!