A new track from Cave In frontman Stephen Brodsky has made its way onto the net. The new track is the dreamy acoustic number “Light Hearted” and can be streamed and downloaded for free (for a limited time) after the break. It should provide a nice two-minute breather from all the psychotically heavy stuff you usually listen to.
In related Brodsky news, Mutoid Man recently announced their signing to Sargent House. The label will re-issue the group’s Helium Head EP and plans to release their forthcoming full length album in 2015.
Mutoid Man (Converge, Cave In) have announced that they have found a new label home at Sargent House. The label has plans to re-issue the trio’s debut EP, Helium Head, as well as the group’s forthcoming full length album in 2015. Touring plans and other news are slated to announced soon. In the meantime, stream Helium Head after the break.
Mutoid Man (Converge, Cave In) have premiered their forthcoming debut album Helium Head over at Lambgoat for your listening pleasure. The high octane, riff-smashing debut officially comes out this Friday November 29th but you can jam these six diabolical tracks right now. Head over to Lambgoat to stream it now.
Mutoid Man (Converge, Cave In) have premiered a new track entitled “Scavengers” over at Noisey. This high octane, bag of riffs will appear on the trio’s (Ben Koller, Stephen Brodsky and new recruit Nick Cageao) forthcoming debut Helium Head, which is due out on November 29th. Head over to Noisey now to check it out.
The first recorded taste of Mutoid Man (Stephen Brodsky, Ben Koeller) has arrived online via a digital sampler from Magic Bullet Records. The sampler features the hard rocking face-melter “Gnarcissist”, which will also appear on the group’s debut outing Helium Head, which comes out on November 29th through the aforementioned label. You can check out the new track after the break.
The highly anticipated collaboration between Converge’s Ben Koller and Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky, Mutoid Man, will be releasing their debut release on November 29th (Black Friday). The duo have named their upcoming outing Helium Head and it will see a release through Magic Bullet/Nonbeliever Records. Keep reading to check out the front and back album artwork AND audio from the group’s first show on February 4th, 2012.
Cave In frontman Stephen Brodsky will release his new solo record, Hit or Mystery, next Tuesday (April 16th) via Little Black Cloud. But the eclectic song writer is streaming his new album a week early over at Stereogum. The album is a collection psychedelica infused acoustic folk songs that are more intriguing than the last. Check it out now.
Also, Cave In fans will be pleased to know that Hydra Head will release a special 12″ vinyl pressing of the band’s first full length Until Your Heart Stops on Record Store Day, April 20th.
Zozobra’s (Cave In, Old Man Gloom, etc) new record, Savage Masters, officially hits the shelves on April 2nd. But who wants to wait until then to jam this thing? Lambgoat sure doesn’t want to wait, so they are stream the new six track album in full now! The album is rather brief but crushing all the same. Check out this badass affair right now and pre-order it either here or here.
Shortly after posting about a few Record Store Day releases that had been announced, the entire list of special releases have been revealed. Head over there now to check it out. There will be special releases from the likes of Cave In, A Place to Bury Strangers, Botch, At the Drive-In and many many more! Check it out!
Zozobra (Old Man Gloom, Cave In) have released another new track from their upcoming album Savage Masters, which is due out on April 2nd. We’ve already head-banged to “Black Holes”, now the band brings us the savage “Venom Hell”. The track is like being hit with a bulldozer with all its angular riffs and intense bass lines that would make Unsane blush. The track is currently streaming over at Pitchfork so get a jump on that. Also, be sure to check out the band live with Kowloon Walled City in April. Dates are below.
It looks as if Zozobra (Cave In, Old Man Gloom, etc) will release their first album since 2008’s Birds of Prey on April 2nd this year. Savage Masters is the title of the new effort and it will feature six brand new tracks, one of which can be streamed below. The Andrew Schneider produced record is intended to be their most straight forward and heaviest release to date and judging by the first single, “Black Holes”, I believe it. Check out the two minute beast, pre-order information and track listing below.
In case you didn’t know, Hurricane Sandy wiped out Brooklyn’s Translator Audio Studios (Cave In, Daughters, etc). To help raise money for its inevitable restoration, Cave In have released a three track live effort that can be purchased at this location. These three tracks (“Anchor”, “Dark Driving”, “Joy Opposites”) were recorded on an off-day during their 2002 tour with Foo Fighters and was originally broadcast Steve Lamacq show. Pick up the three song set now or donate to Translator Audio here.
As you know by now, back in September Hydra Head Records would be closing its doors. I was deeply saddened that my favorite label was going under because of the state the music industry is in. But according to a recent post on Hydra Head’s official blog, the label that brought you Isis, Pelican, Daughters and more may still be able to keep breathing. Introducing Hydra Health; a Hydra Head rehabilitation project. According to the post the label will still not be able to release new records BUT they will still be able to preserve their catalog with your help! The label is offering a slew of special purchasable items (with more on the way) in order to raise money for their upcoming represses. Here is the official statement:
Hurricane Sandy has been a real bitch. Lives have been lost, communities have been destroyed and to top it all off, Brooklyn’s Translator Audio and The South Sound studios have been wiped out. The studio where classic albums from Daughters, Pelican, Cave In, East of the Wall, Unsane and many others have been recorded has been destroyed. A statement regarding the event was issued by producer and co-owner Andrew Schneider: