Revocation will hit the road this Fall on a North American headlining trek in support of their most recent effort, Deathless. After a one-off show in Providence, Rhode Island on September 3, Revocation will be joined by Cannabis Corpse, Archspire and Black Fast on select dates through October 3. The touring schedule can be viewed after the break.
Massachusetts-based post-rock sextet Caspian have announced the release of their new full-length record and follow-up to 2012’s Waking Season. The new Matt Bayles-produced offering will bear the title Dust and Disquiet and will be released on September 25 via Triple Crown Records. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
In support of the record’s release, the band will be embarking on a Fall North American headlining tour. Experimental screamo outfit Circle Takes the Square will provide support on most dates of the trek. Those dates can be found after the break.
Finally, Noisey premiered the first single from Dust and Disquiet, “Sad Heart of Mine”. That track can be streamed after the break as well.
Seattle’s drone rock titans Earth has booked a new East Coast tour in support of their 2014 album, Primitive and Deadly. The trek will commence on July 18 in Portland and will conclude on September 11 in Urbane, Illinois at the Ellnora Guitar Festival. Holy Sons will provide support on a majority of the dates. As an added bonus, Brett Netson (Built to Spill) will provide second guitar for the band on August 22 through the 28. The touring schedule can be found below.
South Carolina experimental punks Burnt Books have announced a string of US tour dates that will early next month. The tour officially kicks off next Thursday, July 1, in Asheville, North Carolina and will conclude on July 17 in Atlanta. This will be the fist time the group has toured the West Coast. Those tour dates can be found after the break.
The band’s newest effort, Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire, is available now via Retro Futurist Records. A stream of the record can be found below.
Whooooooo. Man. We here at AA have had a bad run with tours. I think we have been invited to host three in the past and all but one of them fell through, leading to us promoting something that didn’t happen. We did host a rad tour for Secrets Of The Sky and Godhunter that was beyond killer, though.
This time around however, the shit is going to take off. We are proud to announce a short run featuring Kaliya and Baring Teeth! The tour takes place here in the southern Mid-West, where Lane and I are located, and it will kick off in mid-August. So if you want to get bash out of your skull, Kaliya and Baring Teeth will definitely crush you. Check out the dates below as well as the rad-as-hell full poster. Continue reading →
Syracuse, NY’s Bleak has come of age on their first full length release We Deserve Our Failures via the venerable HEX Records. Since I first encountered the band at a very random live show in 2013, they’ve changed considerably. Most notably, they changed vocalists later in that same year, eschewing the raspy scrape and sneer of former singer Mike, and trading it in for the vicious growl of current frontman Skot. With that altered lineup and a couple of shorter releases under their belts (2014’s s/t EP and a split 7” with PA hardcore crushers Sovereign), the band has grown from a noise drenched, simplistic assault into something somehow beefier, more mature, and more complexly heavy. Continue reading →
Psychedelic doom kings The Atlas Moth have announced a string of headlining US tour dates in support of their most recent effort, The Old Believer. The trek will commence on August 6 and extend through August 27 and will see the band supported by the likes of Vattnet Viskar and Atriarch. Check out the schedule after the break.
Austin doom quartet Destroyer of Light have released a lyric video for their new track, “Electric Shadows”, over at The Obelisk. The track will appear on the group’s upcoming split LP with Arizona’s Godhunter, Endsville, which is due out on July 28. The six-minute composition channels classic doom flair with hazy-eyed psychedelic nuances. Check out the track for yourself after the break.
Destroyer of Light and Godhunter will embark on a co-headlining tour in support of their split release lat next month. Those dates can be found below.
Canadian bass and drum duo Greber (The Great Sabatini, Fuck the Facts) have announced a new string of Quebec/Ontario tour dates. The trek will run from July 19 to July 25 and will be in support of the group’s recently pressed, 2014 full-length, Kiln Hardened Psalms. Those dates can be found after the break as well as a stream of the aforementioned album.
Atlanta sludge makers Sons of Tonatiuh have released a previously released track for your streaming enjoyment. The track is titled “Skull File” and was tracked at a home studio in the fall of 2013 and serves as a precursor to the recording of their third full-length, which is slated to begin this summer. The currently untitled album will feature a re-recorded version of the song, as well as seven new tracks. You can check out the new jam below.
The band will be embarking on a string of tour dates this Wednesday. Those dates can also be found below.