My favorite French-Canadian grinders Fuck The Facts will be releasing their new Abandoned EP in October and the band has unveiled a monstrous new track titled “L’impasse” and you’ve got to hear this shit. It’s chock full of Fuck The Facts goodness that reeks of the bands Die Miserable, which makes sense, seeing as these tracks were brought to life during the recording of said album. Check out the new track after the jump and get blasted, fool. Continue reading
Brooklyn-based sludge outfit Godmaker have released a new track from their forthcoming self-titled debut, which will be released on November 11th through Aqualamb. The new track is the eight minute behemoth, “Megalith”, that churns out devastatingly crushing and catchy riff after riff. The song sounds like a mash-up between all the best parts of Sleep and sister band High on Fire. You can check out the track fro yourself after the break.
Pre-orders for the album can be found here.
Belgian post-metal outfit Charnia have premiered their forthcoming debut full length, Dageraad, over at CVLT Nation. The record features 35 minutes of enthralling soundscapes and crushing doom that call to mind the most tranquil moments of bands like Mogwai and the intensity of early Isis material. Check it out for yourself over at CVLT Nation now.
Dageraad will be released on September 20th via Consouling Sounds. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Danish chaotic grindcore quartet Piss Vortex have announced the release of their self-titled debut full length. The self-titled full length will be released through Indisciplinarian on November 3rd digitally and on limited vinyl (500 copies). The 14 track record was produced by Jakob Reichert Nielsen (Anti-Ritual, etc) and was mastered by Brad Boatright. The album’s artwork and track-listing can be seen after the break.
No Clean Singing is providing a stream of the track “Of Bodily Waste and Desire” from the album here. Three other tracks from the album can be streamed after the break via the band’s Soundcloud.
Today saw the release of Aevangelist‘s new album Writhes In The Murk, which is one of the filthiest, most grotesque, most phenomenally heavy albums of the year. If you’re new to the band, this is a good place to start and if you’re already into the US purveyors of blackened death. After the jump you can stream/buy the new album from Aevangelist and I highly suggest doing so. It rules. Enjoy, fool. Continue reading
Lane has been telling us about Aeges over the last few months and if you haven’t been paying attention, you’ve been missing out. The band will be releasing their new album next week and the full album is currently streaming in full. So, if you haven’t checked out Aeges yet, or you’ve been aching for more of the bands amazing music, now is the time. Check out Above & Down Below after the jump. Continue reading
Back in July, Lane told you about Teen Death, a new band that everyone should have on their radar because their EP Crawling is amazing and it is definitely end-of-the-year-list worthy. I have listened to this album numerous times and, even if it’s just once, listen to it. Do it for the good of all humanity. Do it for grungepunk in 2014. It’s unique and it’s magical. Stream Crawling over at New Noise Magazine.
I last posted about Xerxes last month when they released a new track off of their forthcoming album Collision Blonde. Well, if you were excited for that track, then you’ll be just as excited, or maybe more for the title track off of the album! You can check out a stream of the song over at NPR now. It’s really dreamy and really amazing. Love it. Enjoy.
Collison Blonde will be released on October 21st via No Sleep Records.
Lane and I have been championing Warsawwasraw for months now and the time has finally come for all of you to join us in our love of the band. That’s right, right now you can check out the debut album from this noisy hardcore act Sensitizer. If you know whats good for you and you love loud, aggressive music, get some Warsawwasraw in your life. Check it out after the jump, courtesy of Noisey. Continue reading
Revocation have released the first episode of the Making-Of special feature for their upcoming Metal Blade Records debut and fifth LP, Deathless. Shot by Naughty Mantis Productions, who recently brought forwards Whitechapel’s crowd-funded documentary, the pro-shot footage features one-on-one interviews with each individual band member on the weight and inner gimmicks of the new record. Personally, I feel the video missed the opportunities for the band’s well known comedic shenanigans but it’s a pretty tight affair. Peep the teaser below and be sure to catch Revocation on one of their upcoming tours (US with Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse, Europe with death metal peers Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and Australia with Thy Art Is Murder). Deathless comes out the 14th Of October. Pre-order it on CD and vinyl via Metal Blade here.
The 2009 Helsinki, Finland borne crossover thrashers in Foreseen have announced plans for the release of their debut LP, Helsinki Savagery, for CD/digital download release on November 25th via 20 Buck Spin with a later planned split vinyl release between 20 Buck Spin and European label Take It Back Records on February 3rd. Riding on the back of several well-received EPs, Helsinki Savagery will test the group’s long-honed classic thrash meets modern hardcore sensibilities for the length of ten tracks and promises a return to “a concrete toughness to thrash that’s largely been missing for years”. Peep the tracklist and album art for Helsinki Savagery (by Chad Keith and Eetu Blomqvist) along with a stream of “Structural Oppression”, the first single for the album released far back in January below. Stream and download FREE all of Foreseen’s current discography via their official bandcamp account here. Continue reading
Monuments are a band that I found myself fascinated with earlier in the year and I really enjoy the bands latest album. The band has just unveiled their new music video for their song “Atlas,” which happens to be one of my favorites. You can check out the music video after the jump. Radcycle. Continue reading
Last week I posted about Shreddy Krueger, a band I had just heard about because they covered my favorite Alexisonfire track. Well, the band is back and they have released their cover of Foo Fighters hit song “My Hero.” Their cover does a lot of justice to the original and I dig it. You can check out the cover after the jump. I’m assuming all of these will be put on an album eventually. That’s what people do, right? Check it. Continue reading
Michigan indie-rockers Pity Sex have announced that they will be releasing a split 7″ with Code Orange side project Adventures. I love both of these bands, so I am stoked that they will be not only releasing new music, but that they will be together on wax. Freakin’ sweet, right? Well, don’t think that Pity Sex stopped at just that awesome announcement. The band is also streaming a rad new track titled “Acid Reflex,” which you can check out after the jump. It’s amazing. Simple as that. Continue reading
Ethereal doom outfit Ides of Gemini have premiered a new track from their upcoming sophomore album, Old World New Wave, over at CVLT Nation. The new track is entitled “Fememorde” and it is a very sludgy, guitar driven jam that features the bands’ ever so angelic vocals. The trio’s guitarist, Jason Bennett, had the following to say on the new track:
“‘Fememorde’ is the first song that was written for Old World New Wave, and appears on the ‘new wave’ side of the album. In that sense, it was the impetus for the entire OWNW concept. It’s a completely different kind of song for us — probably because all the guitar parts were composed in my head rather than on an actual guitar. That hadn’t happened before and hasn’t happened since. So I’ll chalk this one up to something like destiny.”
Head over to CVLT Nation to stream the track now. Old World New Wave will be released on September 16th via Neurot Recordings and SIGE Records.