I love Sofy Major. These noisy rocker are superb in their craft and their new record Waste is aggressive and powerful. Duh. It’s Sofy Major. Well, the band has just released their music video for their track “We See Fire” and its… Well, it is what it is. Check it out for yourself after the jump. Personally, this is my least favorite type of video, but I love Sofy, so I’ll let it go. Continue reading
UK noise legends Ramleh have announced the release of a new double-album full-length. The new album will be titled Circular Time and will feature nearly two hours of new material spanning across two discs. The record is due out on November 20 via Crucial Blast. The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break.
Ramleh are set to perform a series of rare live shows in California in early 2016. Stand by for more details as they become available.
Leave it to Melvins to release an EP longer than most LPs. Clocking in at forty minutes, Beer Hippy is the new 10″ from the fuzz kingpins and it sounds fucking rad. Melvins don’t do bad, so I guess this was to be expected, though. Lane and I had no idea this was happening, but we are both stoked to get new tunes from these legends. Stream the Beer Hippy EP below. Continue reading
Man, we love Pigs here on AA. This band is absolutely fantastic and the same can be said for their new record Wronger. If you’re unaware or looking to be impressed, now is the time for your education. Pigs will release Wronger on Friday, but you can hear the album in full right now. All you have to do is click on over after the jump and let the noise rock take you. Continue reading
Now, I’ve seen fighting in music videos before, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen the front man of a band take actual punches in a video. Not a music video anyway. In KEN Mode‘s latest video, for their song “These Tight Jeans”, Jesse Matthewson takes on another fighter and engages in actual Muay Thai. The video is really rad and it seriously makes me want to watch Warrior. Watch the video below and tell me you don’t want some Tom Hardy all over your screen. Continue reading
Seattle noise makers Great Falls (Ex-Kiss It Goodbye, Playing Enemy, Jesu, etc) are set to release their new devastating full-length, The Fever Shed, this Fall on Init Records. The follow-up to 2014’s Accidents Grotesque is a dark and disorienting affair in which mathcore, noise rock and abstract metal blend together to create a menacing, heart-stopping sound. We here at American Aftermath are excited to bring you a taste of what is to come with the album’s fourth, crushing track, “A Gathering in the Head”. This six minute beast stomps about with huge, dissonant, grimy riffs that will break your limbs and drag your limp body through ear-splitting walls of noise. Subject yourself to some good ol’ auditory abuse after the break.
Feel free to stream the album’s opening track, “Dressing The Saints”, below as well.
Fight Amp are still fresh off of their stunningly rad new album Constantly Off and a new 7″ but nothing is going to slow these dudes down. The band has just release a new music video for one of my favorite tracks off of Constantly Off, “Happy Joyful Life.” Click on over after the jump and let this shit command you. Rad video, check it. Continue reading
Noisy rockers Pigs are one of those bands that I can listen to relentlessly and never tire of. Hell, I’m still rocking the bands last album and they’ve got a new one on the horizon. Said new record is titled Wronger and it is due to drop early next month. Pigs have unleashed a new track titled “Amateur Hour In Dick City” for all to enjoy. It’s a beast. Enjoy. Continue reading
Leeds-based noise rock extraordinaires Blacklisters have premiered their forthcoming album, Adult, at Teamrock. The album will officially be released Friday, September 18, via Smalltown America. Pre-orders can be found here. Adult is a raw and twisted affair that fans of all things Amphetamine Reptile and Steve Albini will enjoy. Don’t waste any more time and stream the record now.
The band’s upcoming show dates can be found below.
French noise rock trio Sofy Major have premiered the title track and opening track from their upcoming album, Waste, over at Noisey. Grumbling bass lines walk hand-in-hand with hard-hitting, Unsane-inspired guitars on this explosive track. Check it out for yourself after the break.
Waste will be released on October 30 via Solar Flare Records.
The band will be touring Europe in support of the album this fall with label mates Pigs. Those dates can be found below.
Man, Fight Amp are rad. I could end this post right there, but I’ll continue. The band is coming the peak on promotion for their new 7″. The band has just unleashed a killer new track titled “No Trace,” which you can check out below via Metal Injection. This track will appear on the A-side of the aforementioned 7″ and the whole thing is going to crush you. Continue reading
One of my favorite bands of the last few years has definitely got to be Kowloon Walled City. This band creates beautiful, sludgy soundscapes that blend many different genres and always deliver. The bands new record Grievances will see it’s release next month and the band has just unloaded the albums debut single. The track is titled “Backlit” and it is absolutely amazing. Kowloon are going to kill it this year. 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
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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.