Woah. Less than a week ago Enslaved released a lyric video for a new track they had released and now they are streaming their new album in full. So, if you have been anxiously awaiting the release of In Times, you have only a week until you can own it yourself, but you can hear it all now. Check out a full stream below. Get it all ova’ ya’, son. Continue reading
Hardcore freaks Sabertooth Zombie released their fifteenth release this fine day. Human Performance IV is a humdinger of an album and I have been enjoying it all day. The band has also unveiled a stream of the album (via High Times, hahaha) for you to check out if you’re new to the band or haven’t kept up with whats been going on with the new record. Check it out below. Continue reading
Disgrace, whom Eric and I have both praised in the past, will be releasing their debut album True Enemy at the end of the month, March 24 on Closed Casket Activities. If that wasn’t exciting enough, the band has released a new beast of a track entitled “Slave To The Lead God”. Additionally, in support of the record, Disgrace have announced a slate of East Coast tour dates surrounding their slot on Worchester, MA’s New England Metal & Hardcore Festival in April wherein they will be joined by their Troy, NY worshipping brethren in God’s Hate on all dates. Peep the full tour details below along with “Slave To The Lead God” below and pre-order True Enemy via Closet Casket Activities here.
Today (March 3), Dallas, TX quintet Kaliya release their new self-titled record, following years of on-and-off activity. The album was recorded by Garry Brents (Cara Neir) and mastered by Proscriptor of Absu, and showcases the band’s dark and intense grind-infused, Swedish death metal influenced sound. In this interview with American Aftermath, guitarists Ben Cooper and Thomas Booe discuss the album and how it represents a new beginning for Kaliya, as well as how the band has evolved over the years, their Scandinavian influences and more. Continue reading
It is a sad, sad day for us who listened to and loved Indian. The sludge act was most definitely influential and they were one of my favorites. It sucks a fat one to see them go, but there comes a time when bands move on. Like Battlestar Galactica, this has all happened before and it will all happen again. Rest in peace, Indian. We will remember the fond memories, and you music will live on forever. Crush. Continue reading
I fucking adore the Canadian whateveryouwannacallthem band Cancer Bats and I have for a long time. I knew that when it was announced that the band would be releasing a new album that it would kill and it turns out I was right. The band will unload Searching For Zero next week and you can hear the whole thing below. It’s SICK, son. Trust me. Check it out. Continue reading
While New Jersey metallic hardcore rippers Suburban Scum have yet to announce a release date for their forthcoming Closed Casket Activities debut album Ultimate Annihilation, they have unleashed a beast of a teaser track in the form of “Death Is Destiny.” This track is an absolute crusher and I cannot wait to hear this album when it drops. Check out the new track below and be sure to catch Suburban Scum on their upcoming run with Rotting Out, Expire, Bent Life and Mizery, dates below. Continue reading
I recently posted about the new super group Gruesome, which is an amazing act. The band is truly harnessing old school, ’90s death metal and they do it so fucking well. The band has just released their first single off of the forthcoming Savage Land, which you can hear below. The track is titled “Hideous” and It’s fucking sick. Check it out . Continue reading
Tasmanian technical death metal act Psycroptic will unleash their highly anticipated self-titled album next week and the band has given us all an advance stream of the monstrous affair. I have always really liked Psycroptic and I think this new record is their best yet. You can check out the whole album after the jump, care of Decibel Mag. Enjoy. Continue reading
Legendary act Enslaved will be unleashing their new album In Times in a few weeks and the band has released a new lyric video. The video and track in question are “One Thousand Years Of Rain,” which is an absolutely amazing track. As of posting this, I have listened to the track numerous times. It’s great. Check it out for yourself below. Continue reading
Experimental metal outfit Minsk will be unleashing their new album The Crash & The Draw in April and the band has just unleashed its first track off of the highly anticipated record. The track is titled “To The Garish Remembrance Of Failure,” and if you want to have your mind absolutely blown, this is the track to do it with. Check out some mad Minsk action after the jump. Continue reading
No Bragging Rights released their rad The Concrete Flower last year and the band have given us a new music video in the new year. The video is for the band’s track “Outdated.” I really dig this track and the video for it is pretty cool as well. Check out the video after the jump and see what you think. Continue reading
If you have been following American Aftermath for a while, you’ve definitely seen the name Ramlord a few times. I love the New Hampshire-based black metal outfit and I have yet to hear them produce any music that wasn’t spectacular. Well, that isn’t going to change in 2015, as the band will unleash their new, self-titled EP next month. With just over two weeks until the 7″ is released, I am proud to premiere Ramlord by Ramlord in all of it’s glory. Check out a full stream after the jump. Continue reading
Coliseum have returned and they are bringing with them a new album. The album will be titled Anxiety’s Kiss and it will see release in May. I don’t know about you folks, but I’m pretty stoked. As if that wasn’t enough, Coliseum have also unloaded a music video to amp us up even more. You can check out more details about Anxiety’s Kiss as well as the video for “We Are The Water,” which was directed by the great Max Moore. Continue reading
Chicago, IL metallic hardcore unit Harm’s Way have released a music video for the track “Amongst The Rust”, the group’s second released single off of their long-awaited upcoming third LP, Rust, due out March 10th via Deathwish Inc. In support of their imminent record, Harm’s Way have been touring on a nonstop cycle since January and have recently announced an upcoming North American tour with supporting Code Orange with Eternal Sleep and a European run reaching the UK and Germany. Stream “Amongst The Rust” below along with details for all dates for Harm’s Way’s touring cycle and pre-order Rust digitally, on CD and vinyl here via Deathwish Inc.