Rhode Island’s infamous noise makers Daughters subtly announced last year that they were in the process of writing. Now, the band recently posted two short, cryptic videos in which new music can be heard. The clips are a little hard to hear, but they are enough to get one excited for what’s to come. You check out the clips after the break.
Melvins are prepping the release of their split 10″ with Le Butcherettes and they are currently streaming new track for your listening pleasure. The split will see release very soon and the track they have premiered is titled “Captain Comedown.” It’s a noisy, fun track that crushes and peels and leaves you wanting more. I mean, it’s Melvins. What else would it do? Check out the track below. Continue reading
KEN Mode have always been kinda strange, but their music has always been fantastic. The band will soon release their new album Success and in conjunction, they are streaming another new track. This track is titled “Dead Actors” and it is a nice, smooth jaunt that is a little less hectic than their usual material, which is a good change of pace. Sure, “Dead Actors” has it’s louder moments, but all in all, it’s soft and spectacular. Check it out below. Do it. You’re worth it. Continue reading
Oooooooh, Mutoid Man, you so niiiiiice. I love this band and their funky sound. The band will release their new album Bleeder next month and the band is streaming a new track titled “Reptilian Soul.” This track is fucking phenomenal and I cannot wait to hear Bleeder in full. Mutoid Man keep getting better and better and why would they not, they feature members of Cave In and Converge. Get rad with “Reptilian Soul” below. Continue reading
Man, Success is definitely going to be one of the best albums of the year. This much is clear. KEN Mode are a fucking beast and each and every album shows the band advancing in their craft. I personally think the band can do no wrong and Success is going to live up to it’s title. Further proof? KEN Mode have unleashed a new track titled “Management Control” and it will lay you out. Check out the track below. Continue reading
Philly-based noise rock/post-hardcore trio Fight Amp have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Constantly Off, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track is the ripping “Survival is Strange”, which will floor you with its catchy low-end grooves and abrasive chords. On the track, the band comments:
“When I wrote it, it was heavily Queens of The Stone Age influenced, and I sort of thought of it as a QOTSA song played on speed or a heavy sludge punk version of Hot Snakes. The lyrical themes are about trying on different personalities for the sake of being loved.”
Head over to Brooklyn Vegan to check it out now.
Constantly Off will be released on June 9 via Brutal Panda. Pre-orders can be found here.
The band’s upcoming dates with KEN mode can be found after the break.
How do you like your noise rock? Loud? Noisy (duh!)? Fierce and odd? Well, Invisible Things might be the band of your dreams. The band is comprised of members of US Maple and Parts & Labor and their brand of noise rock is something special. It’s heavy and it’s vicious and it sounds like someone put Lightning Bolt and Today Is The Day in a box and let them fight it out. This is the unholy sound that would rise from out of the box. Check out “Rockets” from Invisible Things new record Time As One Axis. Continue reading
[photo by Brenna Faris]
KEN mode have debuted a new track from their forthcoming album, Success, over at NPR. The new track is titled “These Tight Jeans” and much like the previously released “Blessed”, it continues to show the band’s more fleshed-out noise rock sound. The song revolves around a disfigured, surf rock-inspired riff that writhes around pummeling drumming and beefy bass lines. Vocalist/guitarist Jesse Matthewson offered the following comments on the new track:
“…post-punk-rock tribute to the absolute insanity of the ‘hater’ culture that plagues the media, social networking, and our daily lives as human beings alive in 2015. Stop disrespecting each other and go run a marathon, do some push-ups, read a book, create something: Get a life. Life’s too short.”
Get a life and listen to the track now.
Success will be released on June 16 via Season of Mist.
Loveable rockers at Fight Amp will release their highly anticipated new record Constantly Off in June and the band has given us a sickeningly sweet taste of said album in the form of “Ex Everything.” This track is fuzzy, feedback-laden and fucking gorgeous. I adore Fight Amp and anything they release, so there is no doubt that Constantly Off will be a choice listen. Continue reading
Brooklyn noise rock/hardcore trio My America (formerly My America is Watching Tigers Die) have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Misses, over at Noisey. The new track is titled “Bad Hosts” and will bowl you over with its bass-heavy, driving hardcore stylings. On the track, frontman Matt Turner issued the following comments:
“‘Bad Hosts’ is the last song we wrote and recorded. The album itself is so serious and intense, ‘Bad Hosts’ is something we did for fun, to lighten the mood. We tracked the song live with Kevin. Although it’s not part of the album, it’s an essential part of our whole experience of making the album.”
Stream the track over at Noisey now.