Japanese post-rock masters Mono have just announced another stint in North America for next spring after their recent east coast run a couple months ago. Supposedly they’re coming to the States in April to record their follow-up to 2012′s For My Parents and following that with a tour going through the South, making a stop at Austin Psych Fest, and creeping up the west coast, ending in Vancouver. Luckily two of those dates are in my area, so I might have to hit up one of those shows. Full itinerary of tour dates after the jump. Continue reading »
Queens of the Stone Age have announced their first round of 2014 touring plans that will take place early next Winter. Support for the tour will come from none other than Chelsea Wolfe; an odd pairing if I say so myself, but enjoyable I imagine. You can check out the tour dates, including current ones, after the break.
Touche Amore have announced an extensive North American trek with MewithoutYou and Seahaven in tow that will begin in early February. Other support will come from the lives of Drug Church and Caravels on select dates of the tour. You can see the full schedule after the break.
Cyborg Tristan Shone (Author & Punisher) has announced a series of live shows that will take place early next month. The first two shows will see Author & Punisher playing alongside Corrections House in Los Angeles and San Diego. Then from the 10th onward, Author & Punisher will be supporting Philip Anselmo & The Illegals on their tour. You can check out the full schedule after the break.
Noisey have premiered the new music video for Mogwai’s electronic centered track “The Lord is Out of Control”. The song will be featured on the band’s upcoming album Rave Tapes, along with “Remurdered”, which is out on January 21st. The video, directed by Antony Cook, is very odd but beautifully shot. You can check it out after the break.
Brooklyn based experimental/drone musician Dana Schechter (Insect Ark) has premiered the new music video for her track “Symbols” over at CVLT Nation. The haunting track comes from her new EP Long Arms and is set to an equally eerie and interesting video. You can check it out after break if you feel like being tripped out.
CVLT Nation have premiered the new video for the abysmal, experimental drone act Theologian track “Welcome to the Golden Age of Beggars”. The track comes from the group’s most recent effort Some Things Have to be Endured and is set to the Gretchen Heinel directed clip depicting an elaborate and highly sexualized ritual. The dark yet beautiful nature of the song fits the clip eerily well. Find out for yourself below.
Disclaimer: It’s not highly graphic but it can be considered NSFW. So don’t watch it when your boss is around.
O’Brother have released the new, slightly trippy video for their track “Transience”, which comes from their most recent effort Disillusion. It’s pretty darn windy too. You can view the video after the break as well as their forthcoming tour dates with Hot Water Music and Torche.
Finnish post-punk outfit Beastmilk have premiered their new full length album, Climax, over at Revolver for your streaming enjoyment. The album officially comes out this Friday November 29th to be the official anthem of people trampling over other people for Holiday “deals” during Black Friday. The album is extremely catchy so don’t waste time. Stream it now!
Earlier this month I posted about a new Crosses song called “Bi†ches Brew” that I adored. Honestly, Crosses forthcoming Sumerian Records release is one of my most anticipated album of the first quarter of 2014 and for good reason: that shit is sounding tight. If you’ve checked out “Bi†ches Brew” and you dug it, you can now check out the video for the track, which the band has recently released.
The video is weird as hell but it is also spectacular. This is a definite must see. Check it: Continue reading »
Queens of the Stone Age’s interactive music video for “The Vampyre of Time and Memory” has arrived online and can be viewed here. A non-interactive version has been uploaded to the Web as well and can be viewed after the break along with their forthcoming 2014 tour dates. Check it out.