Pitchfork has unveiled pro-shot footage from their music festival in Chicago earlier this month of Deafheaven performing a new track entitled “From The Kettle To The Coil”. The video footage arrived yesterday with tweets of the above image and the caption “It is done. Come August, it’s yours.” with the PRP reporting that the newly performed track will be part of Adult Swim‘s free singles series for this year, scheduled for release and download on August 25th. The track is standard Deafheaven fare, continuing alongside the revamped direction of Sunbather, though there is a trudging number around the 2:00 minute mark that could foretell a harsher direction for the band in the future. Stream the video for “From The Kettle To The Coil” below and bookmark the Adult Swim Singles page for future reference. Continue reading
Legendary doom act Electric Wizard released their new track “I Am Nothing” a few weeks ago (see here) and now the band has released an acid visualization for the track, of which you can see after the jump. The track is phenomenal and I can assume that if you’re into hallucinogens, this video would make for a good trip. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Hardcore hellions Iron Reagan will release The Tyranny Of Will in September and the band has unleashed the viciously NSFW lyric video for their track”Eyeball Gore.” Based off of the title, you can get a good idea about what you’re in for. SPOILER ALERT: Eyes get gouged. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
KEN mode have debuted the official video to their track “The Promises of God”, from their last album Entrench, over at Punknews. The clip, which was directed by ex-bassist Chad Tremblay, depicts the trickery of a street magician and triumph over a devil-like character. You can check out the clip after the break along with the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
Footage of Retox performing a new song has made its way online. The new, spastic track is apparently titled “This Should Hurt a Little Bit” and will be apart of the new 7″ split between the band and Narrows (Botch, etc), which is due out later this year via ThreeOneG. You can check out the performance after the break.
I have been a fan of Belphegor for a long, long time and I always look forward to new material by the band, but while I love their music, I am not a fan of their new music video. The video I speak of is for their track “Conjuring The Dead” and it just doesn’t seem like a Belphegor video as much as a Cradle Of Filth video. Fuck what I think, though. Check out the video for yourself. Continue reading
Brooklyn’s blackened, sludgy, hardcore heathens Mortals unleashed their new album Cursed To See The Future earlier in the month and the band have followed it up with a music video for their track “View From A Tower.” I adore this band and I really dig the song, but the video just doesn’t do anything for me. Check it out after the jump and see if it tickles your funny places. Continue reading
Ides of Gemini have released the second official trailer for their forthcoming sophomore album, Old World New Wave, which is out on September 16th via Neurot Recordings and SIGE Records. The stunning new trailer was directed and produced by bassist/vocalist Sera Timms and shot by Timms and drummer Kelly Johnston-Gibson. The nearly five minute clip captures beautiful, yet haunting imagery and is set to clips of new songs that will be featured on the record. You can check out the clip after the break.
England’s Baby Godzilla have release the official video for their new single, “The Great Hardcore Swindle”. The chaotic and catchy tune is set to a humorous clip of the band constructing makeshift battle suits and battling each other. It’s awesome, what more is there to say? You can check out the video after the break.
The 7″ single of “The Great Hardcore Swindle” can be purchased at this location.
I know I’m not the only person who was beyond excited that Australia’s metalcore titans I Killed the Prom Queen made their return this year with their new album Beloved. It is a phenomenal album and the band has issued a music video for one of my favorite tracks off of the album, “Bright Enough.” You can check out the video after the jump and be sure to pick up Beloved, out now on Epitaph Records. Continue reading
Canadian post-metal/sludge masters Alaskan unleashed one hell of an album back in February titled Despair, Erosion, Loss and to follow that, the band has released a new music video for their track “Sacrifice.” This track is amazing and the video is spectacular. The video was shot in a single take and it completely shows you exactly how passionate and powerful this band can be live. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
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.
Darkest Hour have released another new track from their forthcoming self-titled full length, which is due out on August 5th via Sumerian Records. The new track is entitled “By The Starlight” and it starts off as an acoustic-centered ballad (with guest vocals from DRÆMINGS) and launches into familiar, melodic metalcore territory near the end. You can check out the track, via video, after the break.
UltraMantis Black, the professional wrestler-fronted band formed with members of Pissed Jeans just popped up on my radar in the last few days. I had no idea what to expect of the band, but I am totally digging the beat-down that comes with the bands debut, self-titled album which was recently released through Relapse Records. The band has also just released their music video for the albums first track “Biomonster DNA.” The video is fun and features The UltraMantis in the ring kicking ass. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Enabler have premiered the official video for their track “Close My Eyes”, from their most recent album, La Fin Absolue Du Monde, over at Metal Injection. The blistering track is set to various performance footage, filmed and edited by Kaleigh Atkinson and Sam Bowman, compiled from their recent tours. You can check out the video after the break.
Speaking of tours, you can check out the band’s upcoming tour dates after the break as well.