French noise rock miscreants Pord have unleashed a new track from their forthcoming sophomore album, Wild, over at The Obelisk. The new track begs the question “What Are Tuesdays For?”; a valid and perplexing question. I cannot answer the question but I can tell you for certain that the song rips. After a stop and start intro, the track propels itself forward in an angular whirlwind of mangled riffs. Pord will cut and stab their way into your heart. Check it out for yourself over at The Obelisk.
Wild will be released on September 8th via Solar Flare Records. Pre-orders can be placed here.
The band’s European tour can be seen after the break.
Portland’s premiere punks and sludgy noise rockers, Honduran and Drunk Dad, have announced that they will be bringing their auditory debauchery to a city near you this fall. You can check out the tour dates as they currently stand after the break. Additionally you can stream both Drunk Dad’s Ripper Killer and Honduran’s Street Eagles after the break.
The eccentric and slightly disturbing noise rock outfit Doomsday Student (Arab on Radar) have premiered a new video for their track, “Disapearing”, over at Noisey. The mangled track, which will appear on their new album A Walk Through Hysteria Park, is set to an extremely bizarre clip. So bizarre that I will not bother trying to describing it because I have no idea what is going on. You can check i out after the break, if you dare.
A Walk Through Hysteria Park will be released on October 21st via Three One G. Pre-orders are available here.
At this point in their career, Rabbits have taken the world by storm numerous times. I know that the band is respected here on AA, as they should be worldwide. Rabbits furious mix of hardcore, sludge and noise rock blends together as a seamless, ferocious beast and I am beyond thrilled to present you folks with a full album stream of the bands new record Untoward. This is definitely one of my personal favorite albums of the year and I urge you all to indulge in the noise for a while. Keep it sleazy and bang your head. Continue reading
KEN mode have debuted the official video to their track “The Promises of God”, from their last album Entrench, over at Punknews. The clip, which was directed by ex-bassist Chad Tremblay, depicts the trickery of a street magician and triumph over a devil-like character. You can check out the clip after the break along with the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
Noisy sludge trio Rabbits are a fan favorite around these parts and for good reason. They are an amazing band who make phenomenal music. Album after album, I am more and more impressed and I never tire of Rabbits in my life. The band will be releasing their new album Untoward next month and you can check out a nice slice of dice-em-up after the jump. This track is titled “Ever Mind” and it’ll kick you in the nuts and not apologize. Great shit. Check it out. Thanks, AV Club! Continue reading
On September 8th, Solar Flare Records will release the second full length album from French noise rock outfit Pord, Wild. The album will feature 40 minutes of intense, noise laden rock and roll that would make Amphetamine Reptile blush, and we have your first taste! We at American Aftermath are happy to bestow upon you the opening track from Wild, “Staring into Space”. The track revolves around a dirty, rumbling bass lines and sparse, dissonant guitars that eventually lead into a hard rock stampede hellbent on causing blunt-force trauma. We dig it and so should you. You can check out the track after the break along with the album’s artwork and track listing.
Madison, Wisconsin’s Tyranny is Tyranny have debuted the official video for their track “Owned By Thieves”. The track, which comes from their 2013 debut Let It Come From Whom It May, is set to a conceptual video that uses stock footage to provide some socioeconomic commentary. You can check out the video and stream the entire album after the break.
Holy Tongues (ex-Ruiner) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming debut album, Weak People, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track is the five minute, lumbering beast “Filters” and it channels a healthy amount of early post-hardcore aggression. You can stream the track over at Brooklyn Vegan now.
Weak People will be released on August 5th via Melotov Records.
Pennsylvanian noise rock outfit Fight Amp have announced their plans to enter the studio to record their new EP, entitled Self-Titled EP. The band will record the new material to 2″ tape with Steve Poponi at Gradwell House Studios in Haddon Heights, New Jersey, this August. Guitarist/vocalist Mike McGinnis recently commented on the forthcoming effort:
“We’ve never been this excited about entering the studio with new material. This is actually the first time we’ll be working with material 100% written from start to finish by thesame three core members. Each longer release we’ve done in the past has always had a lineup change in the middle of the process. This time, Jon DeHart, myself and our newest drummer Dan Smith are all here for the entire process. It basically allowed us to hit a sweet spot when it came to the latter part of the writing process, and we have some heavy hitting jams that we’re ecstatic to unleash. We also made it a point to try and capture a little bit of the sound we have introduced on all of our past records while still forging ahead into new territory. Expect plenty of heavy noise rock/sludge jams, but we’re also bringing back a taste of the punk and d-beat riffs as well.”
The band is eyeing an early 2015 release through Brutal Panda. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
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The debut recording from the experimental noise rock outfit Celan (Unsane, Oxbow, etc), Halo, will be getting the vinyl treatment through Corpse Flower Records. The album, which was originally released in 2009, is available for pre-order now at this location and is limited to 300 copies with three different color variants. Pre-order your copy now before they are all gone.
Feel free to stream the full album after the break.
French noise rockers Pord have announced the release of their sophomore full length record and follow up to 2011’s Valparaiso. The new record, which was recorded by Serge Morattel (Knut, Basement, etc), will be entitled Wild and will see a release through Solar Flare Records sometime this September. The album will be available digitally and on CD in September and will receive a vinyl pressing in November. An official release date, artwork and track listing are slated to be released in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can stream Valparaiso after the break as well as view the official album trailer.
Atlanta noise rockers Whores have announced a run of U.S. dates this summer in support of their latest EP, Clean. The dates kick off August 1st in their hometown and continue through August 17th, with one of those appearances being Heavy Montreal featuring Slayer, Metallica, Lamb of God, etc.
Here are the dates:
Aug 01 – ATLANTA, GA @ THE BASEMENT
Aug 02 – RALEIGH, NC @ BARCADE #
Aug 03 – RICHMOND, VA @ STRANGE MATTER #
Aug 05 – BALTIMORE, MD @ METRO GALLERY #
Aug 06 – PHILADELPHIA, PA @ BLACK BOX #
Aug 07 – BROOKLYN, NY @ SAINT VITUS #
Aug 08 – PROVIDENCE, RI @ THE MET #
Aug 09 – MONTREAL, QC @ HEAVY MONTREAL %
Aug 10 – CAMBRIDGE, MA @ MIDDLE EAST #
Aug 12 – CLEVELAND, OH @ THE GROG SHOP #
Aug 13 – CHICAGO, IL @ COBRA LOUNGE #
Aug 14 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN @ NETHER BAR #
Aug 15 – KANSAS CITY, MO @ RIOT ROOM #
Aug 16 – DALLAS, TX @ CLUB DADA #
Aug 17 – AUSTIN, TX @ MOHAWK
Nov 02 – GAINESVILLE, FL @ FEST 13*
# – WITH AMERICAN SHARKS
% – WITH METALLICA, VOIVOD, ET. AL
* – WITH MELVINS
ADDITIONAL DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY
The band has also been confirmed to appear on the newest rendition of Amphetamine Reptile’s cult compilation Dope, Guns and Fucking in the Streets, alongside Big Business, Billy Childish, Seawhores