Hardcore heavyhitters Muck are preparing to release Your Joyous Future next week and are now streaming the album in full. Muck are an interesting band, mainly because their music is super varied and interesting. I’ve listened to this album a few times and I keep finding something new in it. Ahead of it’s release, you can now stream Your Joyous Future (via Noisey) below. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments. Continue reading
Post-metal infused doom faction Taken By The Sun will release their debut album next week and, if you haven’t made yourself familiar with the band, now is the time. Taken By The Sun is a fierce, proggy doom band from Chicago and they are here to take your world by storm. If you need further evidence that this band rules, check out the bands new track “Fuse” after the jump. The song premiered over on CVLT Nation and it’s sooo sick. Ooooooh yeaaaaah. Continue reading
A few weeks ago I posted about the Lifeless teaser for their new album Dream and now you can hear the first full-fledged track off of the album. The band has unloaded the brutal beatdown that is “Never” upon all of you unsuspecting nerds. Get a fat dose of unrelenting hardcore all across ya face. Check out “Never” after the jump. Continue reading
Rad hardcore Danish powerhouse Halshug will thrust their fierce Blodets Bånd next week and they are currently streaming a badass new track titled “Knæl.” Now, I don’t speak this bands native language, but I don’t need to because I do speak the international language of hardcore punk. Halshug are a force to be reckoned with and their music should be jammed at high volume. Check out “Knæl” below. Or fuck off. Continue reading
Hiram-Maxim will release their debut album early next month and the band has unloaded a massive new track titled “One.” The track is one hell of a crusher, coming in at more than eleven minutes and it holds strong throughout. This band is vicious and I’m really digging them, so they come highly recommended. Check out “One” after the jump. Continue reading
Sludge/punk hybrids Griever have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Our Love Is Different, over at Scene Point Blank. The new track, titled “The Endless Wall”, is a slow-burning, sludgy beast that builds to a groove-laden climax that aims to devastate everything around you. Stream the new tune after the break.
Our Love Is Different will be released on February 24 via Vitriol Records. Pre-order your copy here.
Sabertooth Zombie have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP, Human Performance IV, over at Mass Appeal. The new track, titled “The Headache”, is a bludgeoning hardcore stormer that is too catchy for its own good. Stream the new jam after the break.
Human Performance IV will be released on March 3 via Twelve Gauge Records. Pre-orders can be found at this location.
New York noise rock outfit Fashion Week have premiered their forthcoming debut LP, Prêt-à-Porter, over at Invisible Oranges. The album will officially be released on February 23 via Solar Flare Records and can still be pre-ordered here. If you enjoy the tunes of the likes of Unsane, Helmet and pretty much anything tied to Amphetamine Reptile, then you will enjoy this record thoroughly. Stream the rambunctious yet catchy opus now.
Arizonian death metal quartet Lago have announced a handful of West Coast tour dates in support of their debut LP of last year, Tyranny. The outfit will be bringing their gruesome stylings to nine cities starting on April 24. The tour dates as they currently stand can be found below.
Tyranny will be released on vinyl on March 16 and will be limited to 100 red copies and 200 standard black copies. Pre-orders can be obtained here.
I almost missed the news that Sworn In would be releasing a new album in April titled The Lovers/The Devil. I passed over it a few times before actually noticing it and I’m glad I did. I have an odd fascination with Sworn In and I enjoy their music, so learning of the bands impending release was exciting. On top of the album news, apparently I did miss the band releasing a new track titled “Sunshine” last week, so I’m including that below as well as the information about The Lovers/The Devil. Continue reading
Technical death metal horde Abiotic will be unleashing their new album Casulstry in April and the band is already building up intensity. Abiotic has unloaded a new track titled “Cast Into The Depths” and as if that wasn’t enough, the track features guest vocals by Dying Fetus frontman John Gallagher. Fuck. That’s a devastating track. Check it out, along with the album details, below. Continue reading
Gruesome, a new supergroup featuring Matt Harvey of Exhumed and Gus Rios (formerly of Malevolent Creation) will be unleashing their monstrous debut via Relapse Records in April and they have given us all a little teaser to mull over. After hearing these two minutes, I am beyond stoked to check out what this band has to offer. This is straight up OSDM and it’s damn fine. Check out the teaser below. Continue reading
I have been championing the new EP from Rotting Out titled Reckoning for a while now and I can’t wait until the album drops. I want it so bad I can feel it in my knee caps. Oh wait, that’s just the new track the band has released! The track is titled “End Of The Road” and it is fucking spectacular. Check out a stream of the track after the jump. Continue reading
I have expressed my absolute adoration for Leviathan, calling them one of my all-time favorite black metal bands, and I have been highly anticipating the release of the bands new record Scar Sighted next month. Leviathan has unleashed its second track from the album titled “Within Thrall” and it is glorious. It’s filthy, raw and sickening, just as Leviathan‘s music should be. Check out the track below and prepare to be enTHRALLed. Continue reading
I remember listening to and enjoying Imperial Triumphant a while back, but the band had slipped past me. Well, luckily the band has made its way back to me because not only are they planning the release of a new album Abyssal Gods, but the band is currently streaming a new track. The track is titled “Krokodil” and it’s a fucking doozy. It’s a brutal, slow and ravaging track of more than eight minutes. Check it out below. Continue reading