Denver, CO mammothian doom unit Primitive Man have released a new eleven minute crusher entitled “Loathe” for free streaming and download. The track is the second in a series of sponsored releases between Flatline Audio Studios and Trve Brewing and is expected to be part of Primitive Man’s as-of-yet untitled upcoming EP, due this Winter on Relapse Records. Stream “Loathe” below and download it free here. Continue reading
A few weeks back Deafheaven were seen in live footage performing their new song “From The Kettle Onto The Coil” and now the band has released a studio version of the track. Of course, the track will be released for free as a part of Adult Swim’s Summer Singles on the 25th of this month, so look forward to that, but until then check out a full stream of the track after the jump. Continue reading
Vicious hardcore visionaries Baptists will be releasing what is sure to be one of the most ferocious albums of the year in the form of Bloodmines, which is due out in October and the band has given us all a glimpse as to what is in store for us. Baptists have baptized us in glass and sawdust with their new track “Harm Induction” which you can hear after the jump. Stream it or fuck off. Continue reading
Little Rock, AR death metal/doom unit and recent A389 Recordings signees Napalm Christ are streaming their debut self-titled LP in full, a complete Audiosiege Studios (responsible for the recent Left For Dead/Bloodlet/Gehenna A389 revived records) remaster of their ripping 2013 Demo. Revitalized, the record oozes with clarity in its old school Swedish and Finnish death metal grime and bludgeons in its familiar and competent demonstrations of the old school violence of American death. Stream the full record below, purchase the immediately available digital download here or pre-order the record in its various vinyl offerings here.
I fell head over heels for Xerxes a while back and then the band kinda fell off of my radar. Well, look who’s back and kicking ass? Xerxes will be releasing a new record titled Collision Blonde in October and the band has also *unveiled a rad new track titled “Exit 123,” which can be heard below. I love this new track and I honestly think it is one of my favorite Xerxes tracks to date. Stay tuned for more. Continue reading
Thrashpunks Iron Reagan will be unloading their new album next month and the band has already graced us with a handful of rad singles, but now the band has provided us with the new albums opus “Four More Years.” This is the bands four-minute track that is tucked nicely into the end of the album. Oh, did I mention that this rocks really fucking hard? Check it out after the jump or get bent, dude. Continue reading
Everyone’s favorite baseball-themed grindcore outfit, Puig Destroyer (Kowloon Walled City, Thrice, Curl Up and Die), have detailed their forthcoming self-titled full length and follow up to their self-titled and Wait for Spring EPs (which can be streamed here). The new album will be released on September 30th, the first day of MLB post-season, through No Sleep Records and will feature 20 new tracks. One of the new tracks, closing number “Mike Trout”, can be streamed exclusively over at Metal Sucks. Go check out the track, pre-order the record and check out the artwork and track listing after the break.
Ohio heavy rockers Lo-Pan have premiered the opening track of their forthcoming album, Colossus, over at Noisey. The track is the five minute, catchy riff conjuring “Regulus”, whose hooks will be stuck in your head for the remainder of your day. Head over to Noisey to jam out to the new tune.
Colossus will be released on October 7th via Small Stone. The band’s tour dates with Black Cobra can be seen after the break.
Martyr Defiled are a band that took my by storm with their new album No Hope No Morality, which came out earlier this year. To make things even more interesting, the band has unleashed their cover of Lamb Of God‘s “Redneck,” with their rendition being a phenomenal one. This isn’t the cover that I would have picked for MD to perform, but I dig it nonetheless. Check out “Redneck” after the jump.
Western Massachusetts metallic hardcore group Revenge have released a new track entitled “Coven Ov The Wolf” off of their upcoming third LP, The Heavens Are Empty. The record will be self-released on drummer Will Hirst’s new up and coming label Rat Trax Records this September. Stream the track below and pre-order The Heavens Are Empty on digital download here or on CD here or pick it up direct at the band’s record release show at The Waterfront in Holyoke, MA on September 14th. Continue reading
Chula Vista powerviolence/hardcore act Impulse have released their latest 7″ LP (no, really), Burning Points, for streaming and free download via their official bandcamp. Featuring seventeen tracks, of which seven have been pulled and re-recorded from their split earlier this year with local peers Sleep Walk, Burning Points sees the Chula Vista group experimenting with a more subtle production to compliment their chaotic style. Stream the album below and download it along with Impulse’s past releases free here.
Belgian death metal monstrosity Emeth will be releasing their new album, and first since 2008, next month and the band has released a stream of the albums title track for your listening pleasure. The album is titled Aethyr and if this first single is any indication of how rad the new album will be, I am so stoked. I fell in love with Emeth‘s 2008 album Telesis and I was wondering what happened to them and now, out of nowhere I hear news that they are back and strong as ever.
Check out the new track “Aethyr” below. Enjoy. Continue reading
The forthcoming 11th studio album from Opeth, Pale Communion, can now be streamed in its entirety over at Pitchfork. The album will officially be released through Roadrunner Records next Tuesday, August 26th. But I know Opeth fans cannot wait another minute to sink their fangs into progressive rock goodness, so head over to Pitchfork to satiate your cravings.
The band will also be embarking on a co-headlining tour with In Flames this December, with Red Fang to open. Those dates can be found below.
French noise rock miscreants Pord have unleashed a new track from their forthcoming sophomore album, Wild, over at The Obelisk. The new track begs the question “What Are Tuesdays For?”; a valid and perplexing question. I cannot answer the question but I can tell you for certain that the song rips. After a stop and start intro, the track propels itself forward in an angular whirlwind of mangled riffs. Pord will cut and stab their way into your heart. Check it out for yourself over at The Obelisk.
Wild will be released on September 8th via Solar Flare Records. Pre-orders can be placed here.
The band’s European tour can be seen after the break.
Chaotic psychoaths Divider (who I recently discovered is fronted by Skycamefalling‘s Christopher Tzompanakis. Swoon.) will be releasing their debut album All Barren next month and they are currently streaming a destructive new track titled “Turning The Soil” and you NEED to hear this. Clocking in at under a minute and a half, this track will set your brain on a spin cycle. Check this shit out and then hit replay. Here goes: Continue reading