The Crinn, AKA one of the meanest, heaviest bands currently on my iPod, are gearing up to release their new, highly anticipated new album Shadowbreather and you can hear it all right now. The Crinn are fucking fierce and brutal and their mathcore is unrivaled. Period. If you know the band, then you will be pleasantly pleased with Shadowbreather. If you’re new, prepare to get your face ripped the fuck apart. Get a dose below courtesy of Metal Injection. Continue reading
I’m pretty new to And So I Watch You From Afar, but my friends over on HBIH have recommended them more then enough times and the time for me to listen is now. And So I Watch You From Afar are a post-rock band, but they are not your normal post-rock band. A lot of times, this genre is pretty dark and bleak. ASIWYFA are brighter and more uptempo, making them stand out over other bands. It’s really cool. Check out the bands new record Heirs below. Continue reading
I’ve been all over this From First To Last albums since it was announce and the time has come for us all to hear Dead Trees in full. If you’ve been into what you’ve heard thus far, there is a lot of rad shit in here for you to enjoy. If you’re not a fan, check it out anyway. From First To Last definitely lost something when Sonny left, but Spencer is a great vocalist and he brings a lot to the table. Check out the full album below. Continue reading
Man, I love when awesome bands put put awesome albums and I knew nothing about it. I missed out on any news that happened to sprout about Cloud Rat‘s new record Qliphoth. I mean, I heard absolutely nothing before the album went live for streaming earlier today. I can honestly tell you that I adore Cloud Rat and I will definitely listen to anything they release. I was not expecting Qliphoth to be as fucking awesome as it is though. Moksha was incredible and it was going to be a huuuge step to get back on that level. Cloud Rat demolish the level. This is some heavy shit. Check it out below. Continue reading
Portland genre-bending quartet Humours have premiered their debut EP, The Onanist, over at Noisey. The EP is officially out now via Eolian Empire and can be purchased digitally and on cassette here. The four-track release combines elements of cinematic prog and driving, angular post-hardcore into an eccentric, ever-shifting package. Find out for yourself over at this location.
Occult trio Ides of Gemini have unleashed their new Carthage 7″ release for all to hear over at Magic Bullet Records’ Bandcamp. The two-song effort was released this past week through the aforementioned label as a part of Record Store Day. The release the stunning and haunting title track as well as a cover of the Billie Holiday classic, “Strange Fruit”. You can stream the tracks after the break and can purchase the vinyl at this location.
I’m not sure why I haven’t been posting about Nightrage. The band is fun and enjoyable and their new album The Puritan is really cool. Not only is it cool, it was released yesterday! If you haven’t gotten a chance to check it out, now is the perfect time. The band has released the album online for all of us to stream. I haven’t gotten into anything like this in a while, but Nightrage have my attention. Cool jams. Check out a full stream of The Puritan below. Continue reading
Seattle doom duo Bell Witch have premiered their upcoming album, Four Phantoms, over at Noisey. The album will officially be released on April 28 via Profound Lore and can be purchased here. The album is a monolithic, dark and dreary force of doom metal that will have you collapsing under the weight of its metallic melancholy. Just check it out for yourself over at Noisey now.
I love Drudkh. The band is fascinating and they have been crafting phenomenal black metal for a looooong time. Well, they will be releasing their new album A Furrow Cut Short in May and you can now hear the album in full. I have listened to this bad boy one full time all the way through and a few tracks here and there and I gotta admit… I fucking love it. Check out the full stream of A Furrow Cut Short after the jump. All praise Drudkh. Continue reading
Swedish black metal act Shining will soon release their new album IX – Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends and the band is now streaming the album in full. I’ve been listening to this today and I really dig it. I have always been a fan of Shining and I will always listen to whatever they put out. You can check out a full stream of the album after the jump. Do it. It’ll crush you. Continue reading