Between the Buried and Me have released an official video for their track “Lay Your Ghosts to Rest” from their most recent effort, The Parallax II: Future Sequence. The footage for the live video was captured during their Baltimore and Asheville, North Carolina, and Nashville shows by Raymond McCrea Jones and Wes Richardson. You can watch the clip after the break.
Be sure to catch the band on tour with Meshuggah and Trioscapes this Spring/Summer. You can check out those dates after the break as well.
A new in-studio live performance DVD of The Parallax II will be available later this year.
Insane hardcore heathens Trash Talk have announced that their new album will be titled No Peace and that it will be released via Odd Future on May 27th. The band has released the album art (see above), the track listing, a teaser, and a stream of new track “Cloudkicker”, which you can check out after the jump. I enjoyed the bands debut for Odd Future, so I’m sure this won’t disappoint. Continue reading →
Converge, easily one of the best bands of all time, released their highly-appreciated All We Love We Leave Behind and blew everyone away. It’s been more than two years since the album was release, but the band has just released a music video for “Precipice” and the albums title track “All We Love We Leave Behind” jointly.
The video is a beautiful representation of something that I don’t understand. I love the video, but I don’t understand what’s going on. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading →
I don’t often post about bands signing to labels unless the bands are personal friends of mine, but UK’s The Hell have announced their signing in such a way that I don’t think there are many sites who haven’t/won’t be picking up on it. The band had Prosthetic’s co-founder E.J. Johantgen announce the bands signing while he was “being held against his own will.” See the video below. Continue reading →
Chicago noise rockers Jar’d Loose have teamed up with Gear Gods to bring you a playthrough video of drummer Phil Hardman jamming out to the band’s new track “Carrion Guy”. The track will appear on the group’s forthcoming album, Turns 13, which is due out on May 27th. You can check out the video after the break.
Jar’d Loose will also be playing the following shows this weekend with Fuck the Facts:
Apr 18 – Oshkosh, WI @ The Underground Apr 19 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club
Polish Death metal titans Vader will be releasing their new Tibi Et Igni next month and, in anticipation, the band has released a lyric video for their new track “Where Angels Weep.” This track is a positively crushing representation of what Vader have been doing for all these years. It’s fantastic. Check it out after the jump and enjoy.
Young And In The Way are definitely one of my favorite bands currently. Their raw, abrasive style of blackened crust is something that I find myself heavily gravitating towards and their new album When Life Comes To Death is the greatest example of how amazing this band is. YAITW have released a music video for the new track “Be My Blood” and I can honestly say I would be anything for this band. Check out the rad, Max Moore-directed video after the jump. Continue reading →
I was a huge fan of Whitechapel‘s Somatic Defilement but my adoration of them kinda tapered off after that. When I learned that the band was releasing a new album, I didn’t really get excited about it, but once I listened to the record, I was really into it. Whitechapel have re-incorporated a lot of the things that made me a fan of theirs in the first place, which is good to hear. The band has just released a lyric video for their new albums title track “Our Endless War” which you can check out after the jump. Radness. Continue reading →
The great masters of sickening gore Aborted will release their latest monstrosity The Necrotic Manifesto in just two weeks and the band has released a lyric video for their track “Coffin Upon Coffin.” Holy shit, this band gets better and better with every release and I can’t wait to sit down and listen to the new record. Check out the lyric video for “Coffin Upon Coffin” after the jump. Continue reading →
So, I don’t know how no one on American Aftermath posted about this, but a few weeks ago The Dillinger Escape Plan released a new track called “Happiness Is A Smile” which was pressed on a limited edition 7″ and sold only on the bands current tour. Well, the band has been playing the song at every show and they have been filming every performance and it has been wrapped up into a pretty rad live video. Check out the video for “Happiness Is a Smile” after the jump. Continue reading →
Hardcore act Hundredth will be heading over to the UK and Europe for a trek this summer. As far as I can tell they are the only band on the bill, but it should still be rad regardless. You can check out all of the dates after the jump as well as check out the bands new music video for “Shelter.” Continue reading →
So, I’ve listened to all of the Punk Goes… series of compilations because they are usually hilariously bad so of course when I found out they were releasing the sequel to Punk Goes ’90s, I was stoked to hear all these terrible bands cover songs I grew up on. To be honest, I was shocked that some of these covers aren’t half bad. Asking Alexandria‘s take on Nine Inch Nails‘ “Closer” was close to spot on for a bit as was Motionless In White‘s cover of Rammstein‘s “Du Hast.” Other songs, such as Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! covering “All Star” by Smash Mouth and Falling In Reverse‘s “Gangsta’s Paradise” were just laughable.
You can stream the entire compilation after the jump. Or don’t. Now I’m just waiting for the next Punk Goes Crunk or Punk Goes Pop. So much shitty music, so little time. Continue reading →
Earlier this month the amazing band Nothing released their Relapse Records debut Guilty Of Everything and it has begun garnering much praise, as it should. This band is phenomenal and their music is brilliantly crafted, haunting and soothing all at once. The band has just released their music video for their song “Bent Nail” and it is just fantastic. The video features the band playing in front of a crowd of people who just don’t want to see them. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading →
I’m not up on Lionheart, but after watching their video for the track “Rat,” I’m going to look into them. This is pretty rad hardcore that I can get into. The video is a pretty standard live footage video, but the song totally rips. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading →
Bleed From Within, who released one of the raddest albums I listened to last year, Uprising, have announced that they will be crowdfunding a new EP. Although the band is still signed to Century Media Records, this release is being promoted as a one-off independent release that will help make the fans of BFW more hands on with the release of an album.
The EP will feature two completely new tracks and two cover songs. One cover song will be chosen by the band as a song that influenced them and the other cover will be voted on by the listener. The band has set a £8,000 goal for the project (which comes to a little more than $13,300USD). Sounds like a lot, but I think BFW might just pull it off. Check out their Indiegogo pitch after the jump. Continue reading →
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