Psychedelic doomsayers Windhand have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Grief’s Infernal Flower, over at Metal Hammer. Titled “Hyperion”, the track features a five-minutes of lurching, fuzz-ridden riffs, illuminating vocal melodies and hazy-eyed licks. Bassist Parker Chandler commented on the new tune:
“Hyperion started out as a bedroom recording that eventually made its way into sound checks, practices, etc. Compared to the rest of the album, I think it’s more stripped-down and straight forward.”
Stream the catchy jam now.
Grief’s Infernal Flower will be released on September 18 via Relapse Records.
Ævangelist will release their new album Enthrall To The Void Of Bliss next month. The vicious black metallers made an impact on me when they released De Masticatione Mortuorum in Tumulis back in 2012. I’ve loved everything the band has released since and I am super stoked to hear their new record. Well, Ævangelist have graced me with a rad new track titled “Levitating Stones,” which you can hear below. Continue reading
North Carolinian blackened thrash outfit All Hell have released a new track from their upcoming album, The Red Sect. Titled “Venomous”, the new jam unleashes an onslaught of eviscerating thrash, forged in the fire’s of Hell, that is propelled by some raspy, acidic vocals. Check it out for yourself after the break.
The Red Sect will be released on October 16 via Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. The album’s artwork and track listing can be viewed below.
Baroness will release their new album Purple this December and the band have released a few details about the album. Along with those details, we got a new track titled “Chlorine & Wine.” This track has a bit of a different vibe than some of the bands past material. This track has more of a post-rock vibe and I like it. Check out “Chlorine & Wine” below. Continue reading
Stoners heavy metallers Saviours will release their new album Palace Of Vision around Halloween and the band has unveiled a new track. The track is titled “Burning Shrine” and it is a killer song indeed. I have been in some serious need of Saviours as I was somewhat disappointed in the new Sword record, so take my advice and stream “Burning Shrine” below. Continue reading
Fight Amp will release their new 7″ next month and if you want to get yourself a dose of Fight Amp right now, I’ve got something exciting for you. That “thing” is a siiiick new track from the band titled “Hide Your Teeth.” This is a fucking beast track right here and I love it. Seriously, this is how you kick off a Friday, sucka! Continue reading
I believe Eric introduced me to punk heathens Night Birds soon after he started here and I’m glad he did. The band is really fun and energetic and I am super stoekd that they will be releasing a new record this year. The album is titled Mutiny At Muscle Beach and if you want to hear a radical new track titled “Blank Eyes,” just click on over after the jump. It’s siiiick Continue reading
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Californian noise punks Nervous have announced the release of their new EP, which follows up their 2013 self-titled full-length. The new release will be titled Duration and Delusion and will be released on October 23 via Twelve Gauge Records. Recorded and mixed by Max Senna (Ash Borer, etc) and mastered by Alan Douches (Torche, etc), Duration and Delusion will feature six new tracks of angular, driving alternative noise rock. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break. Head over to Decibel to stream the new track “The Break” as well.
Montreal-based trio Big|Brave have premiered the opening track from their upcoming album, Au De La, over at Exclaim. Titled “On the By and By and Thereon”, the new track is a lurching and gloomy that features a disorienting stop-and-start pattern that eventually leads to a crushing conclusion. Check it out for yourself now.
Au De La will be released on September 18 via Southern Lord.
Oakland-based post-metal duo Lament Cityscape have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, The Torn, over at Decibel. Titled “Turn Inward”, the slow-burning track features lumbering metallic riffs of catastrophic proportions shrouded in industrial noise that march towards to the end of the world. Fans of Neurosis and Godflesh will have no problem digging this. Stream it right now.
The Torn will be released on September 4 via Battleground Records. Pre-order here.
Electronic duo Zombi will release their new album Shape Shift in October. The band will also be heading out on tour with Pinkish Black in November, meaning that it’s going to be a pretty cool couple of months. Zombi want to keep everyone pumped, so they have released their new track “Mission Creep” today. You can check out the track below. Continue reading
When killer, chaotic bands emerge in the world, I immediately want to know about it. The Nietzsche are the most recent to do so. This psychotic Ukrainian mathcore act will soon unleash their debut EP Intro To Advanced Poetry and have released their new track titled “Lord Byron.” You can hear the track after the jump. Take notes. The Nietzsche will be one of your favorite bands by the end of the year. Continue reading
I almost forgot about Horrendous, man. This OSDM band killed me when they released The Chills and again last year on Ecdysis. I only remember listening to Ecdysis a few times, but I’m stoked that the band will be releasing their new album Anareta this year. The band has premiered their new track “Sum Of All Failures” from the album over on Decibel. Click over and check it out. It crushes brains.
Denver’s Of Feather and Bone have premiered a track from their forthcoming debut full-length, Embrace the Wretched Flesh, over at CVLT Nation. Titled “Calloused Embrace”, the filth-ridden track charges forth with an onslaught of crust-coated grime and malevolence. The rapid-paced beating leads up to a metallic hardcore beatdown that only brings more pain. It will devastate you in less than two minutes. Check it out now.
Embrace the Wretched Flesh will be released on September 18 via Good Fight Music.
It’s not super often that I come across bands that are so hard to classify that I just don’t know where to go with it. I recently learned of Death Motif and this is where I stand: I have black metal in here, but there is so much other stuff going on that I don’t know where to start. The band has just released their new track “His And Hers” and if you want to know what’s up with Death Motif, check out the track below. The track comes off of the bands upcoming EP The Water. Continue reading