Italian noise experimentalists Father Murphy have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Croce, over at The Quietus. The new track is entitled “So This Is Permanent” and it features sprawling, unnerving ambience/industrial noise and equally unsettling vocal mantras. The track can be streamed after the break. The album’s artwork, track listing, album trailer and Father Murphy‘s upcoming tour dates can be found below as well.
Croce will be released on March 17 via The Flenser.
Experimental black metal outfit Imperial Triumphant have announced the release of a new full length and their follow up to 2013’s Goliath EP. Titled Abyssal Gods, the new record was recorded at Amy Mills Studios (Epistasis, etc) in Pennsylvania and was mastered by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice, etc) at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves in New York. It will be released on March 10 via Aural Music/Code666. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Decibel have premiered the first scathing, disfigured single from the record, “Dead Heaven”. Imperial Triumphant founder/main composer Ilya Ezrin had the following comments on the track:
“Although we are proud to be born in such a renown place, Abyssal Gods as a whole addresses New York City as a cancer of the world and the absolute fist of the universe. ‘Dead Heaven’ is the psalm of the end of the world. It deals with the universal deconstruction and celestial collapse. The lyrics were actually inspired by the observatory space lecture scene in Rebel Without A Cause.”
I fucking adore Cancer Bats. They are one of my all-time favorite bands and are also one of the major reasons I love the country of Canada (right next to Hockey, poutine and Harley Morenstein’s beard). The band will be unleashing their new album Searching For Zero in March and the band has released a music video for their track “True Zero.” You can check out that video below. Continue reading →
Torche are always brilliant and their new album Restarter is sure to be no different. The band has already released two tracks off of the album and now they have unloaded another one. The latest track is titled “Loose Men” and it was premiered over on Rolling Stone. Check out this heavy-hitting thunder smasher below. It’s so fucking good. Continue reading →
We all know Xibalba destroy. The band will be releasing their new album Tierra y Libertad tomorrow and if you can’t wait that long, the band is currently streaming the album in full. That’s right! If you want your dose of Xibalba a day early, get it right now! Click on over after the jump and get a heavy face-full of crushing hardcore! YES! Continue reading →
I was never a huge Oceano fan, but the bands last album was quite enjoyable, so I was a little shocked when the band called it quits. And then announced a reunion. Like, super quick. Well, the band is prepping the release of their new album Ascendants in March and they have debuted a new track titled “Dawn of Descent.” The track is pretty cool. Rad and heavy-as-fuck. Check out the track below. Continue reading →
SUMAC, the band formed by members of Botch, Isis and Baptists will be releasing their highly anticipated debut album The Deal next month and the band is currently streaming a down-tuned and dirty track titled “Blight’s End Angel.” The track was premiered over on Rolling Stone, but I have embedded it after the jump for you all to enjoy. Get busy streamin’. Continue reading →
San Diego sludge/punk outfit Griever have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Our Love Is Different, over at Decibel. The new track is the extremely catchy “The Tie That Grinds”, which churns out all of the raw, low-end rock grooves you can handle. Fans of Torche, Karp and Red Fang are sure to fawn over this new jam. Stream the track for yourself over at Decibel now.
Our Love Is Different will be released on February 24 via Vitriol Records.
Youth Funeral have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, See You When I See You, over at Noisey. The new track, titled “Weak But Warm”, cycles back and forth between serene, clean guitar strums and hyperactive barrages of knife-sharp riffs in its short, 84-second duration. Stream the track for yourself at this location.
See You When I See You will be released on January 27.
Apocalyptic black/post-metal hybrid Abstracter have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Wound Empire, over at Vice. The new track, titled “Cruciform”, boasts neatly ten-and-a-half minutes of devastatingly bleak sludge/doom that could definitely serve as the soundtrack to the end of all things. You can stream the track for yourself after the break.
Wound Empire will be released on February 10 and can be pre-ordered here, here and here.
South Carolinian metallic hardcore act, Discourse, have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Sanity Decays, over at Blow The Scene. The track, entitled “Time Pries”, is a caustic, groove-heavy face-melter that brings to mind the likes of Buried Alive, Turmoil and other headbang-inciting hardcore greats. Stream the track after the break and peep the band’s forthcoming show dates.
Sanity Decays will be released on January 27 via Closed Casket Activities. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Scottish progressive post-metal outfit Falloch have premiered their forthcoming sophomore full length, This Island, Our Funeral, over at Skulls ‘N’ Bones. The expansive, sprawling opus sounds serene, melodic, heavy (of course) and is sure to excite fans of Agalloch, Alcest, Opeth and even Isis. The album will be officially released next Tuesday, January 27 via Candlelight Records and pre-orders can be placed here. Feel free to stream the album for yourself at this location.
UK’s Voices (Akercocke, My Dying Bride) have premiered their forthcoming full length, London, over at CVLT Nation. The 14-track dismal behemoth combines elements of death metal, progressive metal, black metal, dark folk and ambient into one heavy and interesting listen. The album will officially be released on January 27 via Candlelight Records and pre-orders can be placed here. In the meantime, stream the album right now.
Colorado hardcore quintet Call of the Void have premiered the title track from their forthcoming sophomore full length, Ageless, over at Lambgoat. “Ageless” is a furious kick in the teeth that combines metallic hardcore and grind flawlessly into a track that will leave listeners in pools of their own blood. Stream the track for yourself at this location.
Ageless will be released on February 10 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders can be found here.
Call of the Void will also be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Enabler early next month. Those dates can be found after the break.
Marriages (Red Sparowes ) have announced the release of their debut full length album and follow up to their 2012 EP, Kitsune. The album will be titled Salome and will be released through Sargent House on April 7. The album’s official artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Stereogum premiered the first official single from the forthcoming effort; the driving, psychedelic and haunting “Skin”. The track can be streamed below as well.
Marriages will be bringing their new material on a co-headlining tour with label mates Helms Alee starting tomorrow in Los Angeles. Those dates can be found below.