Nero Di Marte will unleash their phenomenal new album next week and if you missed the bands track “Dite” that they released earlier this month (see here), now is the time for you to get into the bands new album Derivae. The band is currently streaming the album in full and you can hear it right now. I initially wasn’t into the band band but that quickly changed when I started listening. Check out Derivae after the jump and see if it tickles your downstairs. Continue reading
Carcass will release their new EP Surgical Remission/Surplus Steel next month and the band has release a lyric video for one of the EPs tracks, “Livestock Marketplace.” While the bands latest offing wasn’t one of my favorite albums, I really enjoyed it and I really love this track. It’s slower and very powerful. You can check out the video after the jump and see if it pumps you up for the new EP like it has me. Enjoy. Continue reading
Death metal legends Obituary are back and have returned with a vengeance. The bands new album Inked In Blood will be released next week and you can now stream the album in full. The album is a definite throw back to the bands earlier albums, but keeping things relevant and up to today’s death metal standards. I’ve really enjoyed the album and I think you should all take the time to enjoy it as well. Stream away, Merle. Stream away. Continue reading
The Crinn have announced the release of their new album Shadowbreath and the band has issued the first single off of said album. The band is one that is new to me, but after hearing their new track “Silent Betrayer,” I’m going to go back and listen to their debut album. This track is vicious, furious and lots of other adjectives that I can’t even express right now. Check out the track below and get your brain blown. Continue reading
Portland doomsayers Usnea have premiered the title track from their forthcoming record, Random Cosmic Violence, over at No Clean Singing. “Random Cosmic Violence” begins its 14 minute excursion with psychedelic, acoustic-centered strumming before launching into a completely devastating doom assault. Experience the massive track for yourself over at No Clean Singing now.
Random Cosmic Violence will be released through Relapse Records on November 7th (Germany, Benelux) and November 10th (U.S., U.K., Europe). Pre-orders can be placed here.
Doom legends Pentagram have announced a string of headlining Midwest and East Coast tour dates. The band will be joined by the likes of Radio Moscow, Blood Ceremony, Bang and Kings Destroy on select dates of the trek. Those dates can be found after the break.
Blues-infused noise makers The Cutthroats 9 (Unsane) have announced a string of Western U.S. tour dates in support of their most recent effort, Dissent. The trio will be joined by the likes of ÆGES on all stops on the tour. The touring schedule can be seen after the break along with a stream of the track “Eraser”.
Portland occult metal outfit Atriarch have premiered their forthcoming album, An Unending Pathway, over at Pitchfork. The goth, doom, black metal and hard rock hybrid will officially be released on October 27th via Relapse Records and can be pre-ordered here. While you are checking out, stream the album in all its gloomy glory over at Pitchfork.
Giant Squid have premiered another new track from their forthcoming album, Minoans, over at Burning Ambulance. The track is entitled “Sixty Foot Waves” and it revolves bass-heavy grooves and features, like all of Giant Squid‘s discography, a huge cinematic flare. The somber cello and multiple vocal harmonies seem to give the track a haunting feel as well. You can stream the track after the break along with their previously released single, “Mycenaeans”.
Minoans will be released on October 28th via Translation Loss.
Fear Before appear to be ending their hiatus according to a recent Facebook update. The band, whom announced their hiatus back in 2010, posted a short video depicting vocalist David Marion recording vocals. The clip can be seen here.
Fear Before released their last full length album, Fear Before, back in 2008. Guitarist and vocalist Adam Fisher is still working with his side-project Orbs (Between the Buried and Me, etc), whom will be releasing a a new 7″ this month and a new full length next year.
Stick To Your Guns will be releasing their new album next February and the band has stepped into promotion of the album very early. The band has release a music video for a new single titled “Nobody,”* which I really dig. I’ve always liked this band and I think the vibe they currently have going for them is pretty rad. If the rest of the album sounds anything like “Nobody,” I’m in for the long haul. You can check out the video for the track after the jump. It’s pretty cool.
Remember that rad Abysmal Dawn track I posted about yesterday? Well, it turns out that I could have just waited and you could have streamed the bands new record Obsolescence today. Fuck it, if you dug that song, you’re going to love this album. From end to end, this album is super solid. Abysmal Dawn have done it again! Check out the full album stream after the jump or fuck off. Continue reading
Job For A Cowboy will unleash their latest act of depravity Sun Eater next month and the band has unveiled an unholy masterpiece titled “Eating The Visions Of God,” which you can hear after the jump. I have been seriously looking forward to this release, as JFAC‘s last album completely took my by storm. These guys have grown into an extremely impressive and promising death metal band and you’ve gotta hear “Eating The Visions Of God.” Do it. Now. Continue reading
After nearly a decade-and-a-half of silence, Montreal-based experimental rock act Lae will release their long-awaiting debut full length, Break the Clasp, on November 25th.
The band were initially active in the mid 1990s under the name Lae-Tseu and impacted the Quebec art and post-hardcore/emo/indie scenes and earned a solid regional fanbase. As they were preparing to recorded their debut full length, the band dissolved and was put on hold in 2001. Now, nearly 13 years later, the newly reformed Lae are ready to unleash these songs upon the world.
We here at American Aftermath are excited to bring you your first taste of Break the Clasp in the form of the album’s seventh track, “Sister”. The song echoes psychedelic progressive rock and post-rock but the overall picture is far more expansive. The song, as well as the album in general, is wholly unique and escapes categorization. Stream “Sister” for yourself and read a quick interview with Lae mastermind Marc Lucas Ablasou after the break.
Abysmal Dawn has released two tracks off of their new album Obsolescence and I somehow have missed them both, but best believe I wouldn’t miss the third. The band has released their fantastically heavy new track “Laborem Morte Liberat Te” and you need to stream and enjoy it right now. Abysmal Dawn are straight up destroyers and their new album will crush your skull. Don’t believe me, this new track will prove it to you. YES! Continue reading