Intronaut will be unleashing their highly anticipated new album The Direction Of Last Things next month and the band has just released a siiick new song titled “Digital Gerrymandering” which you can check out below. This is starting to sound like not only year-end list material, but one of the best Intronaut albums to date. Continue reading
After being sick for a good chunk of the week, my first dabble back into the blogosphere is some new Enabler. How rad? I was stoked to learn that my homies had released a new track off of their highly anticipated new record Fail To Feel Safe. The new track is titled “Euphoric Revenge” and it is a punishing, pulverizing mass of unholy terror. Check out the track for yourself below. Continue reading
We never get enough of Enabler here on AA. This band quickly rose through the ranks of my favorite hardcore bands and rocketed to my favorite all-time bands. They absolutely crush every.single.time. and it only gets better. We know that Fail To Feel Safe, the bands new record is due out early next month and MetalSucks have premiered the title track! It’s beautifully aggressive and angrily gnarly as fuck. Enjoy a good throat punch below. Continue reading
Man, I’ve been waiting for this for a while. Vattnet Viskar today released their new album Settler and if you haven’t heard it, the album is now available to stream. I’ve listened to this album numerous times today and I will listen to it over and over until I can’t anymore. Vattnet are seriously a vicious band and their blackened post doom is siiiiick. Enjoy Settler below. Continue reading
Goddamn, I love Vattnet Viskar. The band is most definitely one of the raddest and best in the world today. Their post-blackened-doom madness is a dream and I adore their music. Their newest offering Settler is going to be a brilliant slice of black pie and to prove it further, the band is currently streaming a new track titled “Heirs.” Check out the track over on Noisey. Vattnet Viskar will make your day.
“Hands to the heaven’s….” Oh, wait. It’s not that “Glory?” Well that makes sense. I thought it sounded different. Better even. Much better. The grand masters Vattnet Viskar have unleashed another amazing track off of their upcoming record Settler. The track is titled “Glory” and it is… Oh, so good. I love these dudes and it thrills me to no end to see them prevail. Check out the new track after the jump. Continue reading
My homies Vattnet Viskar will unleash their highly anticipated new record Settler next month and the band has premiered a new track. This new track is titled “Yearn” and it is… It’s brilliant. Vattnet Viskar never half-ass anything and their music is always superb in every fashion. Check out “Yearn” after the jump if you know what’s good for you. Continue reading
Paradise Lost‘s new record The Plague Within is shaping up to be pretty phenomenal. The band has released a few tracks from the album, but none made quite the impact on me that “Beneath Broken Earth” did. The band has released a music video for the track and you need to check it out right now. The track so damn heavy and the video is really cool too. Check it out below and see if you dig it as much as I do. CRUSH. Continue reading
Now, I don’t want to be that guy, but I know the Vattnet Viskar dudes and love them to death. They are amazing dudes who craft unbelievable music and I am so stoked that they are getting the recognition that they deserve. The band are prepping for the release of their new album Settler and they have premiered the title track off of the album today. It’s an unmistakable track and it’s brilliant, so check it out below. Love. Continue reading
I’m always happy when my homies in Vattnet Viskar and I love their choices all around. From the music, to the art, it’s always great. Speaking of art, the band has released the album cover for their new record Settler, which currently holds a mid-June release date. The artwork doesn’t automatically scream post-blackened doom, but it is definitely intriguing. Check out the artwork at the top of this post and let us know what you think in the comments.
Metal legends Paradise Lost will release their new album The Plague Within in June and the band has released a really cool lyric video for their new track “No Hope In Sight.” This band has been in my library for a long time now and I always look forward to material from them. It seems to me that The Plague Within will most definitely be a phenomenal record. Check out “No Hope In Sight” below and see for yourself. Continue reading
I love my homies in Vattnet Viskar. The band is always compelling and entrancing, and I almost shit myself when I found out that they would be releasing a new album this year. The album has been dubbed Settler and it is due out this summer. Before the album drops, you can get stoked for the short run Vattnet will take with Early Graves! Check out those dates after the jump. Excite! Continue reading
Black metallers Marduk recently released their new album Frontschwein on Century Media Records and the band has quickly followed it up with a music video for the albums title track. The video for “Frontschwein” features war, bombs and the band, all mixed together with a greenscreen. It’s not the greatest video I’ve ever seen, but I’m really digging this song. Check it out below. Continue reading
Napalm Death are back, baby! The time is drawing near and the band will be unleashing the brutalizing Apex Predator – Easy Meat at the end of the month. If that doesn’t excite you enough, the band has presented us all with a fantastic new track titled “How The Years Condemn.” This is definitely one of my favorite Napalm Death tracks I’ve heard in a long time. Check out the track after the jump. Grind your mind. 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