French chaotic hardcore/grindcore outfit Warsawwasraw have unleashed another new track from their forthcoming album, Sensitizer, which is due out on September 25th via ThreeOneG. The new track is the absolutely mind-numbing, schizoid “Celestial Blackeye”, which throws out noisy riff after noisy riff until your ears bleed. You can stream the track after the break.
I have been a fan of Belphegor for a long, long time and I always look forward to new material by the band, but while I love their music, I am not a fan of their new music video. The video I speak of is for their track “Conjuring The Dead” and it just doesn’t seem like a Belphegor video as much as a Cradle Of Filth video. Fuck what I think, though. Check out the video for yourself. Continue reading →
Brooklyn’s blackened, sludgy, hardcore heathens Mortals unleashed their new album Cursed To See The Future earlier in the month and the band have followed it up with a music video for their track “View From A Tower.” I adore this band and I really dig the song, but the video just doesn’t do anything for me. Check it out after the jump and see if it tickles your funny places. Continue reading →
A few months back I posted about a rad compilation featuring bands covering Misfits tracks. Well, the folk at CVLT Nation have come through again and have released a new compilation featuring covers of one of my all-time favorite bands: Joy Division. Some of the stand-out bands are Pinkish Black, Old Witch and Arctic Flowers, but that is only the tip of the iceberg. Check out a full stream of the compilation below. Continue reading →
North Carolinian death/grind outfit Columns (Glass Casket/Wretched) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming debut, Please Explode, over at Lambgoat. The new track, entitled “Our Creation”, slams down upon the listener with dirty grooves and a general death metal attitude. The track hurts and it hurts so good. Head over to Lambgoat to check it out.
Please Explode will be released on August 5th via Relapse Records.
Bay Area one-man avant-garde act Botanist has premiered a new track from the upcoming album, VI: Flora, over at Tiny Mix Tapes. The new track is entitled “Stargazer” and it finds Botanist completely soaked in celestial instrumentation and glowing atmospheres. The speedy hammered dulcimer and the nearly inaudible, black metal-esque screeches offer an interesting contrast to the track’s overwhelmingly bright sound. Point your browsers here to stream the new jam.
VI: Flora will be released on August 19th via The Flenser.
A389 Records have release a colossal 54 track digital mixtape that can be downloaded for free over at their Bandcamp page. The release features killer tracks from the likes of Full of Hell, Left for Dead, Despise You, Primitive Man, The Black Dahlia Murder, Ringworm and many more. You can stream the mixtape after the break.
Heavy rockers He is Legend have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Heavy Fruit, over at Metal Injection. The new track is entitled “Smoker Scoff” and is chock full of driving rhythms, southern rock swagger and memorable hooks. Try to get it out of your head, I dare you. Stream the track after the break.
Math rock trio Adebisi Shank have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, This Is The Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank, over at Hit Flix. The new track is entitled “World in Harmony” and it features five minutes of colorful riffs, quirky SNES-inspired electronic melodies, and robotic vocals. It’s erratic but extremely catchy and fun. Head over to Hit Flix to check it out.
This Is The Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank is due out August 12th via Sargent House.
Red Fang have partnered with Team Rock to bring you a new three track acoustic EP. The release was recorded in London this past March and features acoustic renditions of their tracks “Failure”, “Human Herd” and “Malverde”. Also attached to the end of the EP are the original album versions of the tracks so you can compare and contrast. Feel free to stream and download the release after the break.
Swedish death metal outfit Entrails have premiered another previously unreleased track from their new remastered demo collection, Resurrected From the Grave, over at CVLT Nation.. The track is the grueling five minute “Total Death”, which drips with thick grooves and just good ol’ malevolence. Point your browsers to here to stream the new jam.
Resurrected From the Grave is available now via Metal Blade. Order your copy at this location.
Milwaukee-based crustcore band Protestant will soon be releasing one of the meanest, most hateful crust records of the year and you can hear the madness for yourself right now. Protestant are streaming their new album In Thy Name right now courtesy of Noisey and you can check it out after the jump. DO IT. Continue reading →
Texan death metal act Asylum will be releasing their new EP Committed next month and the band has unleashed a new track titled “Acidic Bath Immersion” over on Nefarious Realm. The track is a three and a half minute beast of death metal mastery. You can stream the track after the jump and get yourself some TXDM. Dig it. Continue reading →
It’s always a bummer when bands you really love decide to call it a day. This has been the case many times for me with bands like Alexisonfire, Bone Dance and Heartless and now another band has been laid to rest: Castevet. The post-rock/black metal band formed in 2006 and released two full-length albums and an EP on top of relentless touring and gigging around the world. This band will definitely be missed and I’m sad to see them go. After the jump you can stream the bands most recent album Obsian as well as their previous LP Mounds Of Ash. Continue reading →
The astonishing instrumentalists Set And Setting will release their new album, and Prosthetic Records debut A Vivid Memory in early September but you can get a taste of what this amazing band has to offer right now. Set And Setting have unleashed a beast in the form of their new track “Coping” which is avaialble for your listening pleasure right now. Check out the track after the jump, trust me, you really want this. Enjoy. Continue reading →