The Crinn, AKA one of the meanest, heaviest bands currently on my iPod, are gearing up to release their new, highly anticipated new album Shadowbreather and you can hear it all right now. The Crinn are fucking fierce and brutal and their mathcore is unrivaled. Period. If you know the band, then you will be pleasantly pleased with Shadowbreather. If you’re new, prepare to get your face ripped the fuck apart. Get a dose below courtesy of Metal Injection. Continue reading
I’m pretty new to And So I Watch You From Afar, but my friends over on HBIH have recommended them more then enough times and the time for me to listen is now. And So I Watch You From Afar are a post-rock band, but they are not your normal post-rock band. A lot of times, this genre is pretty dark and bleak. ASIWYFA are brighter and more uptempo, making them stand out over other bands. It’s really cool. Check out the bands new record Heirs below. Continue reading
Exactly twenty days ago Deathkings premiered a new track from their upcoming split with Rozamov and now the latter has done the same. Rozamov have unleashed their new track “Ghost Divine,” which reeks of filth and heathenism. You can check out the track after the jump, as it premiered over on Noisey today. If you’re not digging “Ghost Divine” and/or Rozamov, kindly fuck off. Continue reading
Man, June cannot come soon enough. Noisem are one of my favorite bands and I can’t wait to hear their new record Blossoming Decay, but until then, the few tracks the band has released ahead of Decay‘s release date have been fantastic. The latest track comes in the form of “Replant And Repress” and it is brilliant. The band is killing it, as usual. You can check out the new track over on Punknews.
I’ve been all over this From First To Last albums since it was announce and the time has come for us all to hear Dead Trees in full. If you’ve been into what you’ve heard thus far, there is a lot of rad shit in here for you to enjoy. If you’re not a fan, check it out anyway. From First To Last definitely lost something when Sonny left, but Spencer is a great vocalist and he brings a lot to the table. Check out the full album below. Continue reading
Who’s ready for some new noise from Sweden’s premiere hardcore punks? We all are! Refused are making their long-rumored comeback in the form of their new album Freedom and, to make things even better, the band is currently streaming a new track titled “Elektra.” This band is fucking huge. Legendary. Their comeback gives me serious hope for the future of music. Check out the details regarding Freedom below as well as the first new Refused song in seventeen years. Get fucked. Continue reading
I don’t know a lot about Tidemouth, but after hearing a few of the bands new tracks, I am fucking stoked to learn everything I can about the band. The band has a strange edge to them that transcends genres and really has its own sound all together. Today the band has released not only a new song, but a new music video for a separate song all together. So TWO Tidemouth tracks for you to get buzzed to. Each track has it’s own vibe and they’re both rather different. Check out both “Vaccinate” and “Black Lung” after the jump. Continue reading
King Giant will release their new album Black Ocean Waves in June and the band has released a lyric video for their new track “Red Skies.” I really love this track, first off. Secondly, the lyric video is strange, not really what I expect to see in 2015, but whatayagonnado? You can check out the video after the jump and see if you dig the track as much as I do. Enjoy. Continue reading
Hardcore act Wisdom In Chains have unveiled a new track titled “Violent Americans.” This track comes off of the bands pending release The God Rhythm and, as my first taste of the new record, it has me excited for the remainder of the album. Wisdom In Chains has always been hit or miss with me, but this sounds incredible. I can’t wait to hear more. Check out “Violent Americans” below. Continue reading
Now, I am not a fan of music videos that simply take clips from old, b-movies and interlace it to fit their needs. That being said, I do love Gruesome and I have a soft spot for cheat cannibal films, so the bands new video for the title track off of their new album sits perfectly with me. In some aspects, it goes against what I prefer in music videos, but in others it is pretty rad.
The video compiles clips from the 1980s cannibal horror films Eaten Alive! and Cannibal Apocalypse, both of which are gory, vicious and unwavering. You can check out Gruesome‘s very NSFW video after the jump. If you haven’t, be sure to pick up Savage Land, out now on Relapse Records. Continue reading