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.
West Virginian doom outfit Brimstone Coven have premiered a new track from their forthcoming self-titled album over at The Obelisk. The new track is entitled “Behold, The Anunnaki” and it features catchy, stoner grooves and an overall classic doom vibe. Check out the track for yourself over at The Obelisk.
The band’s self-titled debut, which is a remastering of their self released debut album and EP, will be released on August 5th via Metal Blade. Pre-orders for the effort can be placed here.
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Virginian punks Teen Death have premiered a new track from their forthcoming debut EP, Crawling, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The new track is the extremely catchy “Friends” and sounds a bit like a Weezer/Nirvana mixture, as Brooklyn Vegan pointed out. Point your browsers here to check out the track now.
Crawling is due out on September 16th via 6131 Records.
One of my favorite indie rocks bands that has come to my attention is a band called Diet, who produce some of the most infectious music I’ve listened to as of late. The band will be releasing their new album Palindrome early next month and the band has premiered a fantastic new track and their new albums opener “Pigman.” Regardless of your feelings for indie rock, check this band out because they come highly recommended from Mr. Gnarly. Check out “Pigman” below. Continue reading
Aeges have released a new music video for a song that I’m sure we all hold close to our hearts: Gnarls Barkley‘s “Crazy.” Well, while this isn’t the cover I pictured Aeges doing, I have to admit that it is phenomenal. I’m not sure if the band will release this cover or if it was just for fun, but regardless, it’s great. The video was filmed in the bands practice space and you can check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Heavy rocking horde He Is Legend have proved already that their new album is going to be monumental and just to add a little more fuel to the fire, the band is streaming yet ANOTHER new track. This track is titled “Abracadabra” and it premiered today on AbsolutePunk. You can check out the track after the jump and let it wash all over your face. I cannot wait to listen to He Is Legend‘s new album Heavy Fruit. It’s going to destroy. Check out “Abracadabra” below. Continue reading
Aeges will be releasing their new album Above & Down Below in September and the band has released the track “Fault” for your streaming pleasure. I never really listened to Aeges before, but decided it was time and I am currently kicking myself for not getting into this sooner. The bands music is dreamy and… Fantastical. Check out their new track “Fault” after the jump, courtesy of MetalSucks. Continue reading
Akron, Ohio rockers Maid Myriad have announced the release of their debut full length album. The new record will bear the title With Haste On Its Breath and will be released through Nefarious Industries on October 7th in CD and digital formats. The record was produced and engineered by the band’s own guitarist/vocalist Jeff Klemm and was mixed and mastered by Kevin Antreassian (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Foxy Shazam, etc). You can check out the album’s artwork and track listing after the break. As an added bonus, you can stream the band’s previous released Camera Eye EP, which shares tracks with the upcoming full length.
Heavy rocking masters He Is Legend have made a triumphant return and they have come back with style. The band has already released two really rad songs and now they have released my favorite so far. This, the latest offering from the bands Heavy Fruit is titled “This Will Never Work” and oh, does it work so well. You can stream this awesomely awe-inspiring track after the jump. Continue reading
I know this video has been out for a few days now, but I have only recently gotten into the band White Reaper, but I am seriously glad I did. Their music is fresh and fun and if you’re into good indie rock ‘n roll, you’ll probably dig this. I can see fans of bands like Savages and Surfer Blood digging this. I have been loving the bands new, self-titled EP and if you have no idea who I’m talking about, maybe this whacky video will give you incentive. Continue reading
Mastodon‘s six-string slayer Brent Hinds recently lent his vocals to a cover of the Bill Withers classic “Ain’t No Sunshine” and I found it very enjoyable. I mean, compared to the last cover of this song I posted about, this is a godsend. You can stream the track after the jump and leave your feedback in the comments section. Continue reading
Dustin Kensrue, vocalist and guitarist of Thrice rectently covered the song “Buzzcut Season” from Lorde‘s debut album Pure Heroine. This track is one of my personal favorites from Pure Heroine and hearing it through Dustin’s acoustic filter, it is put in an entirely new light. His rendition is phenomenal and you have got to see this phenomenal performance, which was caught at a show on Saturday, June 21st in Texas. Continue reading
Camera Shy, which features Nick Bassett of Nothing and Whirr and Alexandra Morte of Whirr, released their debut EP Jack-O-Lantern last week and, as it ended up in my Junk Folder, I got to it late. This is by no means heavy whatsoever, but it is pretty hypnotizing. Simple guitar and vocals in a nice, smooth indie pop style. If you think this is up your alley, check it out after the jump. I’m enjoying the release and I regret not finding it sooner. Leave your thoughts in the comments section. Continue reading
West Virginian stoner metal outfit Brimstone Coven have announced the release of their self-titled debut. The 17 track effort, which combines the band’s self-released LP and EP, will be released on August 5th via Metal Blade Records. The band comes across as a combination of retro Sabbath doom and Clutch-esque rock and roll. It’s catchy, to say the least. You can check out the album’s track listing and a stream of the track “The Grave” after the break.
Pre-orders for the record can be placed here.
Queens, New York based punk outfit SOS have announced the release of their fifth full length album and follow up to 2008′s Adult Situations. The new album will be entitled Strength and Conditioning and will be released through the bands own 316 Productions on July 29th. The album was recorded and mixed by Travis Harrison at Serious Business Studios and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with the band’s upcoming tour dates. You can also check out the band’s back catalog on their Bandcamp page.