Mogwai’s forthcoming EP and follow up to this year’s Rave Tapes record, Music Industry 3. Fitness Industry 1, can now be streamed over at Pitchfork. The new EP from the Scottish outfit contains three new tracks and three mixes of three Rave Tapes tracks. The EP will officially be released on December 1st via the band’s own Rock Action Records and can be purchased here. Until then, stream the EP over at Pitchfork.
Parisian sludge-makers Cowards have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Rise to Infamy, over at Music and Riots. The new, absolutely savage track, entitled “Birth Of The Sadistic Son”, will rip you to shreds. The vile, dissonant chaotic violence comes together with blackened sludge in an unholy matrimony. Stream the track for yourself here, but be sure to keep a first aid kit handy.
Rise to Infamy will be released on February 9th via Throatruiner.
Primitive Man have premiered a new track from their upcoming split release with St. Louis’ Fister over at Noisey. The new track, entitled “4330”, is nearly eight minutes of filth-ridden, misanthropic doom that will instill in you a great hatred of all things. Basically, it’s another solid Primitive Man track. You can stream the track for yourself after the break.
A389 Recordings will release the split this Friday, November 28th.
Michigan’s angular, mutated punk outfit Child Bite have premiered their new EP, Strange Waste, over at Revolver. The EP is officially out today via Housecore Records and be purchased at this location. If noisy, disgruntled garage punk is your cup of tea, then take a sip of Child Bite now. Head over to Revolver to stream the EP.
From First To Last died out a few years ago when vocalist Sonny went all Skrillex on us and we all wondered if anything would become of FFTL. And then Periphery front man Spencer Sotelo joined the band as their new vocalist. I’ve been very curious as to how the music would be now and how the vocals would fit in. Well, I think it’s pretty great. The band successfully crowdfunded their new album Dead Trees and they are now streaming the albums title track. Check out “Dead Trees” with the new and improved From First To Last after the jump. Continue reading →
A band I absolutely fell in love with last year, Bleed From Within, have been teasing a new EP for some time now, are getting ready to release the album and have unleashed a new track titled “Death Walk.” To go along with the track, the band has released a lyric video for it, which you can check out after the jump. As far as I am aware, the EP does not have a release date yet, but it will feature covers of Marilyn Manson and Foo Fighters tracks and “Death Walk” is pretty fucking radical. Check it out. Continue reading →
Atmospheric blackened metal at Wayfarer released their debut album Children Of The Iron Age today and if you haven’t caught up with this bands madness, you are missing out. Wayfarer‘s music is tough to sum up, but it’s phenomenally crafted, haunting and mesmerizing. You can stream the entire album after the jump, courtesy of Decibel. Enjoy! Continue reading →
As everyone knows (sadly), The Chariot called it quits after a ten year run in 2013. This broke millions of hearts and shattered minds, but we remained positive. The band had just released a rad album titled One Wing. Over the year since the band called it quits, The Chariot have been working on a 1 hour movie documenting the bands farewell tour. Check out Forget Not after the jump. Rest In Pizza. Continue reading →
Formed in 2009 initially under a far more familiar Crowbar-ian banner, Ocean City, MD audio terrorists Full Of Hell have since grown into one of the most innovative acts in contemporary extreme music, bearing name to a consistent assault of constant reinvention bred from a seemingly unending wealth of existential woe and genre-weaving knowhow. On the live circuit, the quartet have fared similarly, holding their vile live exorcisms to the acclaim of endless punk houses and festival audiences the world over, slaying equally audiences Backtrack to The Body. While 2013’s Rudiments Of Mutilation seemed to serve as the band’s magnum opus and a comfortable defining point for the band’s shifting sound, this year’s Full Of Hell & Merzbow, a chance collaboration with the long-standing noise legend, marks the beginnings of yet another new trajectory into alienation for the initially hardcore-rooted band that proves that there is much hell left to explore. Continue reading →
I’ve never listened to a lot of White Arms Of Athena before now, but the band’s new album just jumped up the list for me. The bands self-titled album will be released in a few weeks and they have released a music video for their track “Heavy Sleep.” I am loving this track and the video, so yeah. Check this shit out and do it ASAP. I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I do. Continue reading →
It has already been announced that Periphery will be releasing two new albums, Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega, both due out in January. Well, the band is now teasing us with some of their amazing new music. We all saw how incredible and inventive the band can be with their Clear album and I think they have evolved even more with the Juggernaut series. The band is streaming their track “The Scourge” right now and you HAVE to hear this. It’s incredible. Continue reading →
Megaforce Iron Reagan released a phenomenal new album earlier this year and the band has released a few music videos since, the latest of which was released today. The video that was released most recently is for their track “I Won’t Go” and it’s a pretty cool video on top of being an amazing track. The video was shot in what looks like Iron Reagan‘s rehearsal space and it’s shot in black and white. Rad. Check it out. Continue reading →
Dallas-based technical metal outfit Baring Teeth have premiered their forthcoming sophomore full length, Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins, over at Revolver. The record will officially be released next Tuesday, November 25th, via Willowtip Records and pre-orders can still be placed here. On the new disorienting record, vocalist/guitarist Andrew Hawkins comments:
“This album was a really difficult one to make. We pushed ourselves as songwriters and as musicians, but I think the extra focus we placed on crafting a complete, focused album really paid off. Every song plays into the larger whole while still being brutal and catchy, and we wrote much more concertedly this time around. Our goal was to make an album that pushes the extremes of [debut full-length] Atrophy as far as possible, and we’re really happy with the result.”
If you cannot wait five more days to have your equilibrium wrecked, then stream the new record at this location.
New Hampshire screamo outfit Youth Funeral have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, See You When I See You, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track, entitled “When It Pours”, is a two-minute kick in the teeth that is raw, rambunctious, emotionally charged and often technical at times. Check out the face-melting jam for yourself at this location.
See You When I See You will be released on January 27th via Twelve Gauge Records. The EP’s track listing can be seen after the break.
The first new recording from Faith No More in 17 years, “Motherfucker”, can now be streamed a week before its officially release date. The 7″ will officially be released on November 28th as a part of Record Store Day’s Black Friday and will come paired with a J.G. Thirwell remix of the track. On the track, keyboardist Roddy Bottum comments:
“It feels apt that the first track we’re releasing is ‘Motherfucker,’ a song about accountability. Basically we’ve created, recorded and mixed a new body of work by ourselves and we’re releasing it on our own label. It’s a huge deal for us to only have ourselves to answer to at this point in our career and the song is about that, where the buck stops via the basic imagery of foie gras production, bondage. . .y’know, stuff like that.”