Denver doom/sludge duo In the Company of Serpents have announced the release of a new three-track EP. The new release will bear the title Merging in Light and will be released independently on December 21st through the band’s Bandcamp page. The Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, etc) produced offering will follow the band’s previous release, 2013’s Of the Flock, which can be streamed after the break. The album’s artwork and track listing, as well as the band’s forthcoming live shows, can be seen after the break as well.
Pre-orders for Merging in Light can be found here.
Filthy grind merchants Cretin will be releasing their first new album in eight years in December and the band has unleashed the earth-shattering new track “It,” which you can hear after the jump. The track is everything that I love about Cretin and so much more. It’s vicious, aggressive and a kick in the fucking face. Stream it and believe it. Continue reading →
Anaal Nathrakh, my favorite blackened grindcore band from the UK is streaming another new track off of their forthcoming album Desideratum. The track is “The One Thing Needful” and it’s a rad slab of stab. Not really sure what that means, but seriously, listen to this track. I know you’ve been just as excited about the new Anaal Nathakh as me, so stream this bad-ass track below. Continue reading →
Rosetta, a band whom Lane and I adore, released their new EP Flies To Flame yesterday and we are both extremely excited about it. To coincide with the albums release, the band put the whole thing up on Bandcamp for all the world to stream. Trust me, if you know whats good for you, you’ll kick in the five bucks and purchase the album, but if not, just stream it after the jump. But yeah. Buy it. Continue reading →
Canadian progressive death metal act Beyond Creation will be unleashing their new album Earthborn Evolution in two weeks and the band has teamed up with Lambgoat to stream the album in full. I am new to this band, but I really dig what I’m hearing, so I will definitely be giving this a few thorough listens. You can stream Earthborn Evolution in full after the jump. Dig it. Continue reading →
Feed The Rhino are a band that I found out about earlier this year when they released their album The Sorrow And The Sound. The band is a very interesting one as they are one of those acts that I cannot seem to place into any specific genre. I do like the bands music and I really dig their new music video for the title track off of the new album. Check out the video for “The Sorrow And The Sound” below. Continue reading →
Metalcore act Unearth have been crushing skulls for a long time now and the band will soon be releasing their new album Watchers Of Rule. The band has just unleashed a monstrous new track titled “Guards Of Contagion” and it absolutely crushes. This band doesn’t do much wrong, so I am stoked to check out Watchers Of Rule. Until the albums release, check out “Guards Of Contagion” after the jump. Continue reading →
Giant Squid will release their highly anticipated new album Minoans at the end of the month and the band is currently streaming a fantastic new track over on Stereogum. I have been interested in this band for a while, but have only listened to a few tracks here and there. This new track, titled “Mycenaeans,” has seriously made me want to listen to the bands new record in full because it is so haunting and mesmerizing. Check out the track after the jump and see if it tickles your fancy the same. Continue reading →
Weed-based death metal project Cannabis Corpse (members of Municipal Waste) have announced dates for an upcoming nineteen date Winter tour with direct support from metallic hardcore outfit Mammoth Grinder and prog/tech-deathers Inanimate Existence. The tour will kick off November 28th in Wilmington, NC before concluding December 20th in Richmond, VA. Peep the full details below. Continue reading →
In lieu of its release today, Finnish death/doom fiends Swallowed have made available their long-coming debut LP, Lunarterial, for full streaming and download over at Dark Descent Records official bandcamp. Borne in 2007, the meticulous death metal Fins have been honing their craft for years, having released only a careful discography of two demos and an EP, outside of this year’s masterful album, no doubt, one of the year’s strongest releases within the genre. Stream and purchase Lunarterial digitally via the Dark Descent widget below and pick the record up on vinyl via Me Saca Un Ojo Records here or on CD via Dark Descent here. HAIL DEATH.
While I am not a fan of We Came As Romans, I was intrigued when I heard that they had released their cover of Taylor Swift‘s “I Knew You Were Trouble” that will be featured on the upcoming Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6. The songs on the compilation are almost always awful, but I love it nonetheless because bad covers are my bread and butter. If you’re interested in how this track sounds, check out the music video for We Came As Romans‘ cover of “I Knew You Were Trouble” after the jump. Continue reading →
Wormwood, the doomsludge side project of Doomriders released their debut LP today and the good folks at Noisey are currently streaming said album for all to enjoy. I personally love this album and have great expectations for this bands future, so make the time to stream Wormwood‘s breakout release. You can stream it in full below and pick yourself up a copy -over here. Continue reading →
Having concluded their run with peers Code Orange a few days prior, California metallic hardcore outfits Twitching Tongues andDisgrace have announced dates for a mini-homecoming tour marking their return journey to California. Peep the full details below. Continue reading →
Baltimore hardcore outfit Old Lines(Ex. Pulling Teeth and Ruiner) have released their new album, No Child Left Behind, out tomorrow on No Sleep Records, for full streaming over at their official bandcamp. The Baltimore fiends will be touring the US in support of the record later this month, hitting Brooklyn on the 24th and ending their run on the 24th of November. Peep the stream of No Child Left Behind along with full details for Old Lines’s tour below and pick up the album via No Sleep Records here.