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 The video is for the band’s track “Outdated.”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.
Standing as the capitol of Ontario as well as the most populated city in that amazing country to our north, Toronto is the home of many things. For example, Pyres and the Maple Leafs. Toronto is also the home of a killer new hardcore band named Lowest Point. This band recently contacted me and we discussed working together. Well, today I bring you a full album stream of Lowest Point‘s debut, self-titled EP. This band is absolutely killer and you’ve got to check ‘em out. I also conducted a short interview with the band. We discussed the band, the album and, of course, hockey. Check it out. Continue reading
Los Angeles’ Marriages have premiered a new track from their forthcoming debut full length and follow up to their 2012 EP Kitsune, Salome, over at Consequence of Sound. The new track, titled “Less Than”, is a radiant, multifaceted tune that baths in psychedelia and is driven by a post-punk-esque chorus. You can swim in the vibrant new track after the break.
Salome will be released through Sargent House on April 7. The band’s upcoming UK/European tour dates can be found below as well.
Californian ever-shape shifting Sabertooth Zombie have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, Human Performance IV, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track, which happens to be the EP’s closing number, is titled “Crazy Endings” and features some old-school stoner rock riffage and an overall psychedelic feel. Head over to Brooklyn Vegan to jam out to the tune now.
Human Performance IV will be released on March 3rd via Twelve Gauge Records. Pre-order here.
Fulgora (Pig Destroyer, Misery Index, etc) have premiered their forthcoming debut album, Stratagem, over at Decibel. The album will officially be released on March 24 via Housecore Records and can be pre-ordered here. The album combines the speed and vileness of grindcore with the hellacious riffing of death metal into one gnarly package. Stream the heavy-hitting opus in full at Decibel now.
Brooklyn instrumental metal outfit, Sannhet, have premiered their forthcoming album Revisionist over at Pitchfork. The album will officially be released on March 3 via The Flenser and can be ordered at this location. The album picks up where Known Flood left off and continues to explore beyond that. Elements of post-metal, black metal, shoegaze, post-rock and a plethora of other styles and nuances can be heard on the record, but still defies most basic categorization. Stream the album for yourself over at Pitchfork now.
Griever have premiered their debut full length, Our Love Is Different, over at Lambgoat. The album is officially out today via Vitriol Records and can be purchased at this location. These nine tracks are some of the heaviest and catchiest you will hear all day. Grumbling low-end combined with colorful groovy riffs yields amazing results on this record. Stream the album in full over at Lambgoat now.
Israeli blackened death metal band Melechesh are going to make a splash with their new album Enki. The album is due out in Early March and it is a fucking beast. If you haven’t heard any of the tracks that Melechesh have released, you can now stream the album in full! Trust me, this is some shit you want to hear. Check it out below. Continue reading
Deathcore powerhouse Oceano will unleash their new album Ascendants next month and the band has released their latest track from said album. This track is titled “Transient Gateways” and, if you know Oceano, you know what you’re in for. It’s loud, heavy-hitting and groovy. Check out the track after the jump and see if you tickles you. Continue reading
Pyramids are a band that I have always found myself listening to when I had no idea what kind of music I wanted to hear. The bands sound is so weird and so varied that it is instantly interesting. Pyramids will unleash their new album A Northern Meadow next month and they have released a new track for your streaming pleasure. The track is titled “The Substance Of Grief Is Not Imaginary” and it’s fucking phenomenal. Check out the track below. You’ll listen to it three times just to begin to take it all in. Continue reading