Periphery have already released two tracks from their forthcoming double album Juggernaut: Alpha & Juggernaut: Omega, due out next month. Well, the band is wasting no time promoting the album and they have unveiled yet another new track, this one titled “22 Faces.” This track is as great as the previous two, proving that Periphery has grown into an amazing young band. Check out “22 Faces” below. Continue reading
Tazmanian tech death act Psycroptic released their rad new single “Echoes to Come” a few weeks ago and now the band has followed up with a pretty cool music video. The video for the track is black and white and involves quite a bit of slow-mo. I love this band and I can’t wait to hear the rest of the album and see further videos. Check out “Echoes To Come” after the jump. Continue reading
Hardcore act Stick To Your Guns have released a lyric video for their new track “What Choice Did You Give Us?” and it has a very powerful message about standing up to injustice. The animated video is very powerful and very moving, not to mention the song is great. Along with the release of the video, the band has issued a statement urging fans to protest injustice. After the jump you can check out the video for “What Choice Did You Give Us?” as well as read the bands statement. Continue reading
Black metal heathens Marduk will unleash their massive new album Frontschwein next month and the band has already unveiled one new track titled “Rope Of Regret.” Well, the band didn’t think that was enough and they have released another new track titled “Wartheland.” You can check out this slab of blackened filth after the jump. Continue reading
Michigan post-hardcore/emo heavyweights La Dispute have announced a handful of spring co-headlining tour dates with Pennsylvanian punks Title Fight. The 11-date trek will commence on March 21st in Houston and will see the bands supported by The Hotelier on all dates. You can check out the touring schedule after the break.
La Dispute‘s most recent effort, Rooms of the House, is available now.
The debut LP from Virginian black metal trio Unsacred, False Light, can now be streamed over at Noisey. The record is officially out digitally and can be purchased here, while a vinyl pressing of the record can be obtained via Forcefield Records. While you are spending your hard-earned money, stream the record at Noisey or after the break. Fans of the likes of Young and in the Way and The Secret should get hot and bothered by this scathing, filthy black metal/crust hybrid. Check it out now.
Californian mind-melting, psychosis-inducing quartet Dimesland have premiered debut full length, Psychogenic Atrophy, over at Invisible Oranges. The album is available now and can be purchased digitally at this location. CD and vinyl formats are slated to be release early next year. In the meantime, stream the record over at Invisible Oranges or after the break. If you prefer that your heavy music prompt you to question your sanity, then Psychogenic Atrophy is the record for you.
Grinding death metal outfit Fulgora, which is made up of members of Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Misery Index, have announced the release of their debut full length. The new full length will be titled Stratagem and will be released through Housecore Records on February 3rd. The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen below.
Metal Sucks have premiered the first taste of Stratagem, “Meridian”; a three minute barrage of vile, grind mayhem. Check it out now.
Californian high-octane punk outfit Retox have announced a new U.S. tour that will commence in February. The trek will extend from February 10 through March 10th and will see the band supported by Atlanta noise rockers Whores. You can check out the tour dates after the break.
Retox’s new split 7″ with Narrows is available now and can be purchased here. The group’s third full length album, Beneath California, is due out sometime next year.
I have been a huuuuge fan of Ion Dissonance for a long time now and I have been impatiently awaiting new material from the band for years. Well, the wait is over! Ion Dissonance have announced that they have a new member on bass in Dominic Grimard (The Last Felony) and they have also released a new demo of a track titled “Ill Will.” This track absolutely crushes. Holy fuck. Check it out after the jump. As of now, no more on future ID material is available. Continue reading
The Banner are one of those force-of-nature bands that I absolutely adore. The band has released some of my favorite music to listen to on an every day basis and I really dig the bands new album Greying, which was released today. If you haven’t picked up the album but want to check it out, you can currently stream it right now. CVLT Nation is streaming the whole damn thing and you can check it out after the jump. FUCK. Continue reading
Raging hardcore act Call Of The Void, whom I fell in love with last year, will unleash their new album Ageless in February. Ahead of the albums release, the band has announced a tour alongside heavyweights Enabler as well as stream* a new track titled “Cold Hands.” This track is fucking fierce and you’ve gotta hear it. Check out the track and tour dates below. CRUSH. Continue reading
Just last week Torche released a teaser for their new album Restarter and now the band has unleashed their first official track. The track is titled “Minions” and it’s a crusher. If you’ve been a fan of Torche for any matter of time, you’ll dig this track. If not, fuck off and listen to something else. I’ll be here. Jamming this tune for the fifth time. Crunch. Continue reading
French hardcore beasts Cowards will unleash their sophomore release Rise To Infamy in February and the band has released a killer new track titled “Beyond My Hands,” which is streaming for your pleasure. I am highly anticipating this album, mainly because Cowards have never let me down in the past and I don’t think they would do so now. Check out “Beyond My Hands” after the jump or get bent. Continue reading
Sludgy kingpins Torche have unloaded a thirty-second teaser for their forthcoming album Restarter. The album is slated to be released in February and it’s sounding pretty killer so far. Based on the short teaser, I am all sorts of moist for the prospect of new Torche. Check out the short-but-worthy teaser below. CRUSH. Continue reading