Nachtmystium, who will be fully disbanding after the release of their final album The World We Left Behind, have unleashed a stream of their new track “Tear You Down,” which deals with Blake Judd’s heroine addiction/recovery. After the jump you can check out the track as well as a statement from Judd himself about the track. Check it out. Continue reading
Belgium’s necrotic death metal act Aborted have just unveiled their new music video, which is for the track “The Extirpation Agenda.” The track comes off of the bands latest album The Necrotic Manifesto and it is a total destroyer. The video is pretty cool, but not extravagant. Check it out after the jump and see for yourself. Continue reading
I’ve listened to Sleeping Giant a few times over the years, but I wouldn’t say I am super familiar with the band. I recently heard the bands new track “Overthrow,” which features guest vocals by Impending Doom‘s Brook Reeves. I really dig this track and I think Brook’s collaboration was fantastic. You can stream “Overthrow” after the jump and leave your feedback in the comments. Continue reading
Entombed (or at least most of it) are not going by the moniker Entombed A.D. and the band has just released a new track titled “Bedlam Attack.”g The track is fucking phenomenal and I am totally digging the vibe. You can stream this beast after the jump and find a link to download the track for free. It’s definitely a great listen and I look forward to hearing the entire album. Check out the new track: Continue reading
I have praised Vallenfyre on here recently and for good reason. This band has been phenomenal for a while now but they have gone above and beyond with their latest album Splinters. I can’t stop listening to this beast and now I find out that the band is streaming another new track, this time the track from their Decibel Magazine-issued flexi disc. The track is called “The Great Divide” and, duh, it destroys. Check it out below or get bent. LOVE IT. Continue reading
I fell in love with Vallenfyre after their last album A Fragile King and then a few weeks ago I find out that the band is releasing a new album. And then I find out that the album is phenomenal. Holy shit! Well, Splinters, the aforementioned new album, is out today and the band has released a music video for the albums title track. It’s a strange video, but the music destroys. Check out the video for “Splinters” after the jump. Continue reading
Arch Enemy will release their new album, their first with their new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (formerly of The Agonist) in early June and the band has a new lyric video for the song “As The Pages Burn.” I think this track is pretty cool, but I do agree with HBIH, I think Alissa is doing exactly what Angela did for all of those years. He voice has a lot of promise and it’s not being fully executed. Anyway, not my choice.
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The great masters of sickening gore Aborted will release their latest monstrosity The Necrotic Manifesto in just two weeks and the band has released a lyric video for their track “Coffin Upon Coffin.” Holy shit, this band gets better and better with every release and I can’t wait to sit down and listen to the new record. Check out the lyric video for “Coffin Upon Coffin” after the jump. Continue reading
Bleed From Within, who released one of the raddest albums I listened to last year, Uprising, have announced that they will be crowdfunding a new EP. Although the band is still signed to Century Media Records, this release is being promoted as a one-off independent release that will help make the fans of BFW more hands on with the release of an album.
The EP will feature two completely new tracks and two cover songs. One cover song will be chosen by the band as a song that influenced them and the other cover will be voted on by the listener. The band has set a £8,000 goal for the project (which comes to a little more than $13,300USD). Sounds like a lot, but I think BFW might just pull it off. Check out their Indiegogo pitch after the jump. Continue reading
Yesterday Swedish black/death metal act Vampire released their amazing, self-titled debut album and the band is currently streaming this beautiful beast for all the world to hear. This album is vicious and phenomenally crafted and if you are craving some filth in your day, you need this. You can stream the entire album after the jump. Continue reading
Noisy black metal supergroup Twilight, which features members of Leviathan, Sonic Youth, The Atlas Moth and Minsk, released their third album yesterday and if you have yet to pick it up or want to check it out before snagging it, you can now stream the album in full over on Pitchfork. It’s sickening, depraved and unholy. So, in short, it rules. Check out my favorite track off of the album, “Lungs,” after the jump and peep the whole record over here. Continue reading
Brutality will ultimately prevail in the world of metal and Aborted are definitely one of the most brutal bands in existence. The band released an amazing record in 2012 in the form of Global Flatline and now they are prepping the release of their next album The Necrotic Manifesto. This album is sure to be a destroyer. How do I know this? Because I just listened to the albums title track, which I suggest you also do. You can listen to “Necrotic Manifesto” after the jump. You want this. Continue reading
The band featuring founding member Celtic Frost Tom G. Warrior, Triptykon will release their new album in April and the band has just released two pretty rad tracks. The tracks are “Boleskine House” and “Breathing” and they are a really amazing listen, so click on after the jump and peep ‘em out. You’ll thank me later. Continue reading
Progressive death metal entity Morbus Chron are currently streaming their phenomenal new album Sweven right now. What else do you need to know? If you haven’t gotten up on Morbus Chron yet, then you are seriously missing out because these Swedes absolutely destroy. This album will not disappoint and you can check out the whole thing right here. Thanks Noisey! Sweven is available now via Century Media Records.
I know a lot of people are probably currently, or in the future will be, dissing the new Caliban record just because it features the band expanding and experimenting more and more. Is it my favorite Caliban record? Not at all, but I do enjoy it for what it is. If you’re into what you’ve heard from the album already, you’ll probably dig the new track and lyric video for “yOUR Song,” which you can check out after the jump. Continue reading