Integrity are one of the forerunners of hardcore. They have lived as one of America’s most damaging hardcore acts for quite some time and every time the band releases new music, there is nothing but extraordinary response. If you’re not a fan of Integrity, please pass this post and continue on. Continue reading »
I loves me some Blind To Faith, man. This band is incredible and I have pretty much followed them since their inception. The band has released a new music video for their song “Under The Heptagram” which comes off of their new EP. The EP will be released by A389 Recordings at some point this year. Oh, and this video… Continue reading »
When Noisem exploded onto the scene this year (as Necropsy), I knew that they would be the band to watch in 2013. The band released their first single last month and it took me to a new place. The band has found a home on A389 Records and it’s easy to see why, their aggressive take to music is one that is not to be taken lightly. Their vicious thrash attack is something that I could only dream of. Continue reading »
Full Of Hell’s long awaited sophomore LP has finally arrived. Presenting itself as a much more cohesive record, Rudiments Of Mutilation documents the continued organic evolution of the group as displayed in the vast experimental approaches of the various splits and noise projects since 2011′s Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home. The resulting effort preserves the integrity of the group’s signature base sound while mutating into its own demented avenues, cementing Full Of Hell as one of the most challenging and unique hardcore acts of today. Continue reading »
Tomorrow at 11 a.m. EST, Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP, Rudiments Of Mutilation, will be streaming in full exclusively over at Terrorizer. In addition, pre-orders for the record will be up at A389 Recordings’s webstore. Numb your mind at the multiple tour outings Full Of Hell have to offer with allies Gehenna, Integrity, Code Orange Kids and more, full details here.
Record Store Day is in less than two days and with it comes a commodious amount of diverse releases from multiple genres and artists…a slew of releases of which I couldn’t give two shits about. In relation, A389′s got some pretty spiffy releases coming up Saturday, of which RSD’s official site and pull-list have forgotten about. Ilsa. Seven Sisters Of Sleep. Like Rats. Ringworm. Ring any bells? Check out the full A389 RSD details as well as a stream/free download of A389′s MMXIII(2013) Digital Mixtape, which includes unreleased and exclusive tracks from The Love Below, Full Of Hell, Integrity and more, all below. Continue reading »
The recently revived Hamilton, Ontario hardcore outfit Left For Dead have recently debuted a new track entitled “1946″. The Evelyn Dick themed track is part of an upcoming limited run set of 4 7″ EPs of which the full details, stream and more can be heard/read straight from the horse’s mouth below. Follow Left For Dead’s shenanigans via their official blogspot, here. Photo credits to joshsisk.com. Continue reading »
In additional to their previously announced tour outings with Gehenna and Integrity, this upcoming Summer will see Full of Hell on tour throughout the U.S. with occult sludgers Seven Sisters Of Sleep and throughout Europe with screamo outfit Circle Takes The Square and fellow Philadelphian allies Code Orange Kids. A389 Recordings have also recently unveiled the release date of Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP, Rudiments of Mutilation, as June 11th. Check out every band’s upcoming and most recent releases and the full tour circuit below. Continue reading »
Full Of Hell have recently debuted a new track,”Coven Of The Larynx”, off of their upcoming sophomore LP, Rudiments of Mutilation(A389 Recordings). Holding true to their claim of delivering an album derived of an amalgamation of their past discography, “Coven Of The Larynx” melds in a caustic minute the groovy and epic hardcore assault of the group’s earlier offerings with the blistering grind of their latter work and features guest vocals from Heartless frontman Cory. Stream “Coven Of The Larynx” exclusively over at Vice’s musical arm, Noisey, here and be sure to check out Full Of Hell on their multiple tour outings, details below. Continue reading »
I’m new the Baltimore’s Necropsy. And seeing as I didn’t know the band, I wanted to keep an open mind. What I have to say here is serious and there is nothing tongue-in-cheek about it: THIS BAND FUCKING DESTROYS. After only a few seconds of the band’s new track and I was hooked. At the time of this psot, I am on my fifth spin of this song and it’s not getting old whatsoever. Continue reading »
Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP comes this upcoming May through A389 Recordings in the form of Rudiments Of Mutilation. Again recorded with Kevin Bernstein at Developing Nations, Rudiments Of Mutilation is to be the group’s most refined and varied effort to date, integrating more of a grindcore and experimental noise approach to their already variable sound. The four-piece audio terrorists are also set to tour from March throughout early June with dates with Homewrecker, Gehenna, and Integrity as well as appearances at Invisible Orange’s SXSW showcase, Maryland Deathfest and Chaos In Tejas. Peep the full tour schedule courtesy of Invisible Oranges as well as a full live set filmed by Sunny Singh(hate5six) and featuring two new songs(the first around the 6:00 minute mark and the second around the 16:00 minute mark) all below. Bland is the bastard. Continue reading »
Prepare for shoegaze haven. Northern California’s Whirr and Philadelphia’s Nothing are going on a eighteen date March U.S. tour sure to onset relapsed depression and insomniac television marathons. Nothing have stated that South By Southwest dates of the tour will be updated in the upcoming week while Whirr has stated that the dates are final so be sure to follow both Whirr and Nothing on Facebook for updates. Whirr’s most recent release was Distressor(Tee Pee Records) and Nothing’s most recent release was Downward Years To Come(A389 Recordings). Check out the full tour circuit and a stream of both albums below. Continue reading »
Iron Reagan (Municipal Waste, Darkest Hour) will release their debut full length, Worse Than Dead, on March 5th via A389 Recordings and Magic Bullet Records. This intense melodic hardcore outfit have given us a taste of the new record over at Exclaim in the form of “Bodies”. The song is just full of energy and spite and will have you moshing in your parents living room while they stare at you and contemplate committing you into a mental institution. Check out that track now if you know what’s good for you.
Well fuck, Invisible Oranges are all over their shit, aren’t they? First they got me hard when I posted about how they posted new PLF and now I’ve blown my load over some new Seven Sisters Of Sleep. I know a chunk of us here at American Aftermath love Seven Sisters Of Sleep, so this should come as no surprise: this new track fucking rips! Continue reading »
My introduction to God’s America was when the band was still known as Seeds Of Rape. They released on album on J. Randall’s (Agoraphobic Nosebleed) label Grindcore Karaoke and I loved it. Further down the line I learned that the band had changed their name to God’s America or God’s America AKA The Seeds Of Rape, the band will answer to either. Continue reading »