Swedish instrumental improvisational cosmic rock outfit My Brother Wind have announced the release of their third full length album. The new record will bear the title Once There Was a Time When Time and Space Were One and will be released through Free Electric Sound on October 14th. The entire album was tracked in a single day back in January of 2013 and was mastered by Hans Fredriksson. The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break.
The upcoming split from two of New Brunswick, New Jersey’s premiere pop punk acts, Eastern Anchors and Zero for Conduct, will be available on August 12th via Nefarious Industries and Viva! La Hara. But you can check out both insanely catchy tracks two weeks ahead of their release after the break. Pre-orders for the 7″ can be obtained at this location. Be sure to stream the tracks after the break.
Speak Into My Good Eye recently premiered the offical video for Eastern Anchors’ track on the split, “Above Your Station”. You can check that out below as well.
One-man Kentucky-based black metal band Panopticon will release their latest offering, Roads To The North in a few days time and the time has come for the world to experience the masterful, manic nature that is Roads To The North. The album is phenomenal in every way and it is most definitely Album Of The Year material and if you pass on this one, I feel deep regret for your life. Check it out over on NPR. You want to. Check out one “Chase The Grain” after the jump to get a small taste of this shit. Continue reading →
Hardcore act Cold World will release their new album How The Gods Chill next week and if you’ve been curious as to how amazing the album it, you can find out for yourself. Noisey is currently hosting a full album stream and I gotta say, Cold World destroy as always. You can check out the full stream of How The Gods Chill after the jump. Continue reading →
Columns, the band featuring members of Hemdale, Glass Casket and Wretched, will be releasing the awe-inspiring Please Explode next week and if you haven’t been following all the hype about the band, now is a good time to catch up. The band is currently streaming Please Explode over on MetalSucks and you can check out this masterful blitzkrieg of deathgrind after the jump. Grind on. 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 →
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.
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.
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 →
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 →
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.
Powerviolence powerhouse Fucking Invincible (Dropdead, Daughters, etc) have premiered their debut full length,It’ll Get Worse Before It Gets Better, over at Noisey. The 15 minute violent outburst is available now via Atomic Action! and can be ordered here and here (Europe). Stream the heart attack-inducing record right now.