My good friends and heavy rockers Captain Overboard–Radio Earth!, over the holiday break, released their debut music video for the title track off of their most recent record Waiting Oblivion. I really dig what the guys have done on this record and the video is very well put together. Although it is a performance video, it tells a story and sticks to it. Check out the video after the jump and be sure to download Captain Overboard‘s new album Waiting Oblivion over on their Bandcamp. Continue reading
Awww. Aren’t those dudes in Meek Is Murder sweethearts? Not only do they release an awesome album in 2013, they follow it up with a FREE holiday EP! That’s right! Three more rad Meek Is Murder songs for your holidaze, collected and titled Infant Worship. The band recorded the songs at the Converse Rubber Tracks’ studio, where they had some free recording time. The EP was recorded and mixed in a single day.
So, let’s kick this shit! You can stream and download the EP after the jump as well as check out a video from the sweeties themselves. Continue reading
Regrettably, I have only posted about The Armed once on here, but I do love this band. Vicious, spastic grindcore with an Atrocitus-sized level of raging anger. If you’re new to The Armed, you can get completely caught up over on their Bandcamp page, but what I want to really talk about is the new split the dudes just released with Tharsis They. This is mad shit right here, kids.
Where The Armed assault you with their mathcore elements, Tharsis They are more straight forward vicious hardcore. The pairing of the two is something of dreams. Seriously. You can stream and download the split below. Give yourself over to it. Continue reading
Blonde Bear, a band I discovered and interviewed for Post-Rockgust Day 21 and fell in love with, released a new track earlier this year titled “It Will Come To You” and now, as the year comes to a close, they have released a beautiful music video for the track.
The song is available as a pay-what-you-want track over on Blonde Bear‘s Bandcamp and I suggest grabbing it up because it really is an amazing track. You can check out the video for “It Will Come To You” after the jump. Continue reading
To celebrate the upcoming Housecore Horror Film Festival, which is run by Phil Anselmo and author Corey Mitchell, Scion A/V has released two new Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals songs to download. For free! If you dug Phil’s latest offering under this moniker, you definitely need to check these tracks out. Check out the tracks after the jump and download ‘em. Get into it! Perfect for Halloween. Continue reading
Formed out of the remnants of the late and great Lapse and Eddie Brock comes Sokushinbutsu, a new Baltimore based group so accurately self-described as “not metal dudes playing death metal”. Presenting death metal strained through the filters of hardcore, powerviolence, grindcore and d-beat, Sokushinbutsu assault with a bite not ill-compared to the more recent iterations of Mammoth Grinder and Hatred Surge on their debut demo Holy Ground, albeit sustained with a bit more focus. In accordance with the aforementioned groups and in contrast to the dirgy death metal archetype, Holy Ground’s tracks run short and sweet with the majority of tracks running under two minutes, however, the tonality and vocals remain firmly ingrained in doomed out death metal, making the group’s excursions and diversions into their more familiar genres seem just that, extremely moshable “additives” to an already firm death metal base. Holy Ground is currently available for streaming below and free download via Sokushinbutsu’s official bandcamp here. Follow Sokushinbutsu through their official Facebook here and be sure to lookout for a tape version via Arctic Night Records soon as well as a full length from these maniacs on the horizon.
Release Date: September 23rd, 2013
Favorite Track: “Nail Through The Immortal Hand”
For Fans Of: Coffins, Mammoth Grinder, Hatred Surge
Well, it’s a good day for free downloads! Earlier today MetalSucks unveiled a live split EP from Gojira and Kvelertak, which is pretty intense by itself and now we have a new EP from Freya, the hardcore group headed by Earth Crisis front man Karl Buechner. Now, if I know my readers, at lease ONE of these albums must peak you interests and even if they don’t, the fact that the EPs are FREE should! I mean, who doesn’t love free music?! We all do! Click on over after the jump to find out how to acquire these free jams! Continue reading
This compilation has been months in the making. Originally, this was supposed to be released in late June or early July under the title Summer Of Sludge Vol. 2, but things got crazy, we got busy and the Summer flew by. I am thrilled to finally release the latest American Aftermath digital compilation Autumn Annihilation. After three months of delay, you can now stream and download this compilation for free. Enjoy! Continue reading
I have been a fan of Captain Three Leg for a while now and I have listened to damn-near all of the bands releases. In the last eighteen years, the band has released 43 albums in various formats and they show no sign of stopping, planning to hit their 50th release by the end of the year.
So you know I like Captain Three Leg and you all should know how much I love covers songs, so what happens when Captain Three Leg release my favorite covers album in recent memory? Fucking madness. Continue reading
If you’ve been reading this site for a while, you know that I am a huge fan of Cloudkicker, the one-man, genre-spanning project by Ben Sharp. I have been anxiously awaiting the new album from Ben because I know, as with every album, it will be fantastic. I was right. Ben has released via Bandcamp, his new album Subsume!
As with all of Cloudkicker‘s past material, this is very strong and very expansive and also up for “Name Your Price.” This album does show Ben touching back on the heavier side of his music, a la Beacons, which is really rad. You can stream and download Subsume after the jump. You want this. Continue reading
Experimental powerviolence band Bucket Full of Teeth have put their entire output; EPs I, II, III, and LP IV, up for free/name your price download on their bandcamp. So now instead of scouring the internet for crap quality rips of their utterly revolutionary take on the powerviolence genre you can conveniently download high quality versions of all 4 of their releases in one place and since the band if offering it them free you can do so guilt-free.
Gnarly powerviolence powerhouse Weekend Nachos are prepping the release of a new album called Still in November, as Lane told you all here and they are currently giving each and every one of you two of the tracks from the album. For free! Aren’t these guys just classy as fuck? And they’re not even making you jump through hoops to get the tracks! You can stream one of the songs after the jump and download both right here.
In addition, the ‘Chos have offered up some tentative tour dates for their upcoming East Coast run, peep those below as well.
House favorite filthy grinders Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire have been destroying minds since 2006 and in that time they have released only two full-length albums in 2008 and 2010. Since the release of 2010′s Songs Of Ill Hope And Desperation, the band has only released the Visceral EP and a split with France’s Nesseria and before that their only official release was their debut EP Harmonies From Bleeding Mouths.
Two of these albums have now been made available to download for free from the band. Which two? You’ll have to check that out after the jump. Continue reading
Baltimore’s newest thrashers Noisem are an incredible band that I have come to love this year. Their debut release Agony Defined is definitely one of the best and meanest records of the year and, if you have yet to get into these dudes, they are giving you the chance! For a limited time, you can download/pay what you want for Agony Defined via their label A389′s Bandcamp page or the widget below.
To go along with the great news of a free album, the band has also released a live music video for their song “Severed” through Toxicbreed’s Funhouse. You can check that out after the jump. Also, epic win for the singers short-shorts. Continue reading