One of my favorite indie rocks bands that has come to my attention is a band called Diet, who produce some of the most infectious music I’ve listened to as of late. The band will be releasing their new album Palindrome early next month and the band has premiered a fantastic new track and their new albums opener “Pigman.” Regardless of your feelings for indie rock, check this band out because they come highly recommended from Mr. Gnarly. Check out “Pigman” below. Continue reading
Aeges have released a new music video for a song that I’m sure we all hold close to our hearts: Gnarls Barkley‘s “Crazy.” Well, while this isn’t the cover I pictured Aeges doing, I have to admit that it is phenomenal. I’m not sure if the band will release this cover or if it was just for fun, but regardless, it’s great. The video was filmed in the bands practice space and you can check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Instrumental experimental jazz outfit Trioscapes (Between the Buried and Me, etc) have debuted a new track from their forthcoming album, Digital Dream Sequence. The new track is the frantic “Stab Wounds” whose complex, John Zorn inspired instrumentation is sure to incite a hallucinatory response in some listeners. You can check out the track after the break.
Digital Dream Sequence will be released on August 19th via Metal Blade. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Akron, Ohio rockers Maid Myriad have announced the release of their debut full length album. The new record will bear the title With Haste On Its Breath and will be released through Nefarious Industries on October 7th in CD and digital formats. The record was produced and engineered by the band’s own guitarist/vocalist Jeff Klemm and was mixed and mastered by Kevin Antreassian (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Foxy Shazam, etc). You can check out the album’s artwork and track listing after the break. As an added bonus, you can stream the band’s previous released Camera Eye EP, which shares tracks with the upcoming full length.
Boston experimental drone enthusiasts Owlfood have announced a handful of U.S. tour dates that will commence this Sunday, July 13th. The band will be playing five cities in the course of one week and will include an appearance at Gilead Fest in Oshkosh, Wisconsin along side The Body, Thou, Kowloon Walled City and others. The band will be touring in support of their most recent release, the 27 minute long opus Destroyers of the Moon. The band will be joined by the likes of Windmills by the Ocean (Isis, Blacktail) and Taiga (Bryant Clifford Meyer of Isis) on select dates. You can check out the dates and stream Destroyers of the Moon after the break.
Scale The Summit‘s Chris Letchford isn’t wasting any time promoting his new record Lightbox. The guys has already released a few tracks off of the album and now he has released another. This track is titled “The Gentlemen” and if you’ve been digging everything that Chris has to offer with the previous tracks off of Lightbox, you won’t be disappointed with this track. You can check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Kayo Dot guitarist and ex-So is the Tongue frontman, Ron Varod, will embark on a string of North American tour dates this summer in support of his Zvi solo project. The touring schedule as it currently stands can be seen after the break. You can also stream his self-titled debut album as well as his eerie cover of Deftones’ “When Girls Telephone Boys” (which will also appear on our upcoming Deftones covers compilation) below as well.
Jon Kortland of Iron Lung have announced the release of his second full length album under his industrial/noise project, Pig Heart Transplant. The new album will be entitled For Mass Consumption and will be released through 20 Buck Spin on September 2nd (North America) and September 8th (Europe). The album will feature 28 brief new tracks, each of which will be around 44 seconds in length. You can check out one of the tracks, “Born”, after the break along with the album’s artwork and track listing.
Irish instrumental math rock trio, Adebisi Shank, have premiered a new track over at Gizmodo. The new track is the seriously upbeat and seriously zany six minute “Voodoo Vision”, which will be featured on the group’s forthcoming album, This Is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank. You can check out the track after the break.
This Is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank will be released on August 12th via Sargent House.
I know this video has been out for a few days now, but I have only recently gotten into the band White Reaper, but I am seriously glad I did. Their music is fresh and fun and if you’re into good indie rock ‘n roll, you’ll probably dig this. I can see fans of bands like Savages and Surfer Blood digging this. I have been loving the bands new, self-titled EP and if you have no idea who I’m talking about, maybe this whacky video will give you incentive. Continue reading
Not too long ago I posted about Anthony Vincent (of Set The Charge), the proprietor of Ten Second Songs and his 20-style cover of Jason Derulo‘s “Talk Dirty.” Well, the guy has released latest 20-style cover/mashup. As with both of his previous videos, this track features metal stylings such as Fear Factory, Skindred and Judas Priest as well as DMX, Incubus and more. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
The new instrumental sister album to Wolves in the Throne Room’s critically lauded Celestial Lineage, Celestite, can now be streamed over at The New York Times. The synth-laden opus will officially be released on July 8th via Artemisia Records and can be pre-ordered here. Head over to the NY Times to stream the album in full. Turn the volume up and space out, friends.
I’ve been posting about Scale The Summit‘s Chris Letchford for a few weeks now because the dude has been making some pretty rad neo-jazz and he will be releasing his debut album Lightbox pretty soon. Well, the dude isn’t holding anything back and he has just released his third consecutively awesome track. This song is titled “Rayless” and it’s a melodic, soft array of jazzy goodness. Check out the track after the jump. Continue reading
Dustin Kensrue, vocalist and guitarist of Thrice rectently covered the song “Buzzcut Season” from Lorde‘s debut album Pure Heroine. This track is one of my personal favorites from Pure Heroine and hearing it through Dustin’s acoustic filter, it is put in an entirely new light. His rendition is phenomenal and you have got to see this phenomenal performance, which was caught at a show on Saturday, June 21st in Texas. Continue reading