Scottish drone/doom act Ommadon have announced the release of their fifth full length album, aptly-titled V. The new record was recorded live and will feature two new sprawling tracks that clock in at a combined 90 minutes. The record was mastered by Billy Anderson and will be split across four sides of vinyl. Terrorizer is currently stream side-A of the record, which comes in at a astounding 23 minutes. Point your browsers here to check it out.
NYC-based punk/hardcore act SOS have premiered their forthcoming album, Strength and Conditioning, over at Stereokiller. The album will officially be released on July 29th via their own 316 Productions, but you do not have to wait to hear this absolutely bipolar album. Head over to Stereokiller to check it out now.
Floridian southern-fried punks Vices’ debut full length record, New Breed, is out today via Melotov Records. Metal Injection are currently providing an exclusive stream of the record now, so you better jump on it. You can order your copy of the record at this location. New Breed has all of the blues-ridden, whiskey soaked hardcore you can handle, so what’s not to like? Head over to Metal Injection to stream it now.
The band’s forthcoming home state tour dates can be viewed after the break.
Brighton-based Exes (Narrows, Tropics) have premiered their forthcoming album, Phatasmaboring, over at Punktastic. The album will be self-released by the band on July 28th and can be pre-ordered here. The album comes across as a cross between These Arms are Snakes’s brand of math rock/post hardcore and Botch’s chaotic sensibilities. Check out for yourself over at Punktastic.
Southern Lord has just released the entire discography-to-date from Swedish one-man punk outfit Electric Funeral and you can stream all 53 tracks of it over at CVLT Nation. The anthology, entitled Total Funeral, collects all of Electric Funeral’s releases including previously unreleased material. The release is available now on 2xLP and can be purchased here. You can head over to CVLT Nation to stream the album or stream it here after the break.
On September 8th, Solar Flare Records will release the second full length album from French noise rock outfit Pord, Wild. The album will feature 40 minutes of intense, noise laden rock and roll that would make Amphetamine Reptile blush, and we have your first taste! We at American Aftermath are happy to bestow upon you the opening track from Wild, “Staring into Space”. The track revolves around a dirty, rumbling bass lines and sparse, dissonant guitars that eventually lead into a hard rock stampede hellbent on causing blunt-force trauma. We dig it and so should you. You can check out the track after the break along with the album’s artwork and track listing.
I know I’m not the only person who was beyond excited that Australia’s metalcore titans I Killed the Prom Queen made their return this year with their new album Beloved. It is a phenomenal album and the band has issued a music video for one of my favorite tracks off of the album, “Bright Enough.” You can check out the video after the jump and be sure to pick up Beloved, out now on Epitaph Records. Continue reading →
Darkest Hour aren’t wasting any time promoting their new, self-titled album, and Sumerian debut. The band has released numerous tracks and I honestly have no idea where the fuck these guys are going any more. I have yet to hear a track that sounds like one of the others, so I don’t know how this will flow as an album. I guess I’ll just wait and see when the album drops in August. Until then, check out the bands latest track “The Misery We Make” after the jump. Continue reading →
Canadian post-metal/sludge masters Alaskan unleashed one hell of an album back in February titled Despair, Erosion, Loss and to follow that, the band has released a new music video for their track “Sacrifice.” This track is amazing and the video is spectacular. The video was shot in a single take and it completely shows you exactly how passionate and powerful this band can be live. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading →
Sleep have premiered the first new track since the release of 1999′s Jerusalem/Dopesmoker over at NPR. The track is entitled “The Clarity” and is apart of the Adult Swim’s 2014 Singles Program, which will also feature new tracks from Mastodon and Deafheaven. The nearly 10 minute track combines the droning atmosphere of sister band OM with that classic Sleep low-end doom. The band have plans to release the single on a limited edition 12″ vinyl pressing in the near future. Until then, check out the track after the break.
Throatruiner Records has yet to release an album that I have not enjoyed. With amazing records from Plebeian Grandstand, Cortez, Vuyvr, Bone Dance and more, you just can’t go wrong. The label will be releasing the new album from French post-hardcore band As We Draw and you can hear a new track from that effort right now. MetalSucks has premiered the track “Losing Ground” and for the life of me, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t enjoy it. It’s heavy, it’s amazingly organized and it’s As We Draw. Check out the track below, courtesy of MetalSucks. Continue reading →
Darkest Hour have released another new track from their forthcoming self-titled full length, which is due out on August 5th via Sumerian Records. The new track is entitled “By The Starlight” and it starts off as an acoustic-centered ballad (with guest vocals from DRÆMINGS) and launches into familiar, melodic metalcore territory near the end. You can check out the track, via video, after the break.
Swashbuckle have premiered the title track from their forthcoming EP, I Hate the Sea (and Everything in It), over at Revolver. The pirate metallers new jam is 64 seconds of hardcore hilarity that will make you lactate hot sauce, according to the band:
The fine folks at Get This Right Records have put up a brand new piratical jam called ‘I Hate The Sea (and Everything in It)’ off of our new soon to be released 7″/EP entitled We Hate The Sea EP. So get your idiot pirate metal fix here and prepare to bash your head against any surface you come in contact with. This record will make you lactate hot sauce. Embrace your ear-fucking with our musical dongs of metal.
Love to hate you, Swashbuckle”
Check out the track over at Revolver now. I Hate the Sea (and Everything in It) will be released on August 5th via Get This Right Records. Pre-orders can be obtained here. The band’s forthcoming touring schedule can be seen after the break.
West Virginian doom outfit Brimstone Coven have premiered a new track from their forthcoming self-titled album over at The Obelisk. The new track is entitled “Behold, The Anunnaki” and it features catchy, stoner grooves and an overall classic doom vibe. Check out the track for yourself over at The Obelisk.
The band’s self-titled debut, which is a remastering of their self released debut album and EP, will be released on August 5th via Metal Blade. Pre-orders for the effort can be placed here.
7/19/2014 Rock Bottom Campground – Cameron, WV
7/21/2014 Goodfella’s – McMechen, WV
7/31/2014 31st Street Pub – Pittsburgh, PA
9/27/2014 Chronic Tattoo – Cleveland, OH
Texan death metal outfit HOD have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Book of the Worm, over at Decibel. The track is entitled “Through the Gates (They Came For Me)” and it is a five minute barrage of charred, blackened death metal. Point your browsers to Decibel to stream the track now.
Book of the Worm will be released on September 9th through Arctic. Pre-orders can be placed hereand the band’s forthcoming home state shows can be seen below.