Denver’s Call of the Void have announced their plans to enter the studio later this month to record their sophomore full length and follow up to Dragged Down a Dead End Path. The new LP will be dubbed Ageless and will be recorded mixed by Andy Patterson (Gaza, Eagle Twin, etc) at The Boar’s Nest in Salt Lake City. The record will be mastered by Brad Boatright (Tragedy, etc) at Audiosiege and will feature artwork crafted by Cult Leader vocalist/ex-Gaza bassist Anthony Lucero. This will be the first recording with new guitarist, Gabe Morales. The album is expected to be released through Relapse later this year. The band had the following to say on the upcoming effort:
“We are beyond stocked to hit the studio again with Andy Patterson and start the second chapter of the Call of the Void. The addition of Gabe Morales has added a new ferocity to COTV sound. Don’t expect Dragged Down a Dead End Path part II.”
You can peep the band’s upcoming tour dates and “Napalm Lungs” video after the break.
The Denver punks in Call of the Void have announced a small batch of Winter North American dates in support of their most recent effort, Dragged Down a Dead End Path. The band will be joined by Long Beach’s The Greenery on all stops. You can check out the tour dates after the break and their “Napalm Lungs” video as well.
Well, it’s the half-way point of 2013 and there have been a shit-ton of amazing releases this year already with loads more promised before the end of the year. I just wanted to break down my favorite releases thus far this year. These are the albums that I have constantly been listening to in 2013 and they are all albums that you should be checking out if you haven’t yet. Continue reading →
I fucking adore Call Of The Void and their astonishing new album Dragged Down A Dead End Path. This band is doing to grindcore/hardcore what I have been aching for for some time now. Call Of The Void obviously play towards a crowd of fans of a certain genre and they are showing their respect by releasing a cover song from one of the bands who have clearly influenced the band, His Hero Is Gone. Continue reading →
I fucking adore Call Of The Void. Ever since this band burst onto the scene with their vicious bastard of an album Dragged Down A Dead End Path, I have been utterly infatuated with them. The band, so far, has done no wrong in my eyes. These fine gentlemen have just released a new music video that pleases my eyeholes. Continue reading →
I love Call Of The Void. I love Call Of The Void. I love Call Of The Void.
Do you love Call Of The Void? You should love them because they are an incredible band who have just released their Relapse debut Dragged Down A Dead End Path. The album is a fucking destroyer, I promise you. If you don’t believe me, you can now stream the album in full… Continue reading →
I’ve been rather verklempt with the new album from Call Of The Void lately. It’s phenomenal through and through and I haven’t been able to stop listening to it. There are a lot of stand out tracks on the album, but the band has chosen one of the best songs for their first lyric video. Continue reading →
I mentioned in my previous post about Call Of The Void that I am fairly new to the band, but very, very intrigued by their vicious approach to crustgrinding hardcore. These dudes are severely pissed off about something and I fucking love it. The band is currently streaming a new track that you should all take the time to enjoy. Continue reading →
I can say, honestly, that I have never heard of Call Of The Void before today. There was one clear indicator that told me I was going to like this band before even hearing them. What was it? They’re on fucking Relapse Records. I am a huge supporter of Relapse Records because a lot of my favorite bands have called that place home over the years. So when I settled down and checked out Call Of The Void, I knew it was going to be killer. Continue reading →
We here at American Aftermath are readying our very own year end lists, to be unleashed this Friday. We have asked some friends and musicians to submit their very own Best of 2012 List, which we will be posting throughout the week and here we go. Read on to find out what members of Tombs, Hooded Menace, Call Of The Void, Jungle Juice and Encrust were jamming to this year. Continue reading →