About a month ago we got a taste of Throwdown‘s new record Intolerance and now the band has unleashed yet another track. This new track, titled “Defend With Violence” is 100% Throwdown. Rough-and-ready metalcore riffing and an all-powerful heaviness. This album is slowly proving to be some of the bands best material in a while. Check out the track after the jump. Thoughts? Continue reading
I was a huge fan of Throwdown for a long time. Over the last few years I’ve fallen off with the band, but they recently released a single from their new album Intolerance which will be released in January. The track is called “Avow” and it’s a ripping metalcore track that only Throwdown could produce.
The track is about the band standing up for their straight edge beliefs and how they pledge their allegiance to said movement. It’s a pretty rad track. Check it out: Continue reading
We have been posting a lot about the new Fit For An Autopsy album lately, and Lane just posted a new song by the band on Tuesday and now I’m here to tell you that these rad deathcore monsters are releasing one more track before their new album Hellbound which is due out next Tuesday. This track is a crushing, breakdown-laden beast and I fucking love it. Check out the track after the jump and be sure to let us know if you’re into it! Continue reading
Well, damn me. 2013 seems to keep churning out releases by bands that I have never liked before that blow me away. First with Bleed From Within (review here), then IWABO (review here) and now I’m pretty intrigued with new music from Fit For An Autopsy. Like the aforementioned bands, I have never been into this band, only listening to a few tracks and thinking they were kind of ‘meh.’
I am currently on my fifth listen to the bands new track “Still We Destroy,” which the band has just released in the form of a lyric video and I gotta say, it’s pretty rad. I though these dudes were weak deathcore, but I will say I was very far off. You can check out the new track after the jump. Enjoy. Continue reading
If any of you listened to rock radio in the early 2000s then you probably (at some point) heard Smile Empty Soul‘s hit single “Bottom Of A Bottle.” Smile Empty Soul is a band that I thought long gone. I haven’t heard anything about the band since, like, 2004. Well, apparently they are still going strong and they released a new album back in May on eOne Music. That’s not the point of this post, however because I care nothing about this band. The point of this post is that Smile Empty Soul along with HURT have recorded a cover of the Alice In Chains classic “No Excuses.” Continue reading
Kittie have released a new song called “Empires Part 2″ and it is currently streaming over at Revolver Mag’s Website. This song comes off of Kittie’s forthcoming I’ve Failed You and while it’s not my tastes exactly, it could be worse. I mean, at least they’re not re-recording “Spit” or something. Right?
This song, despite the clean vocals, is actually not terrible. I’m still not a huge Kittie fan, but they seem to still be evolving. I would say that the first song Kittie premiered is much, much better, but this song isn’t horrible, as I said. The song structure is standard Melo-death, good riffing, nice soloing, the only thing I’m not digging is the clean vocals. It’s just something about ‘em I don’t get down with. This sounds more like something off of Into The Black rather than all new material. I’ve Failed You comes out on August 30th via eOne Music. Check out the new song here (because they won’t allow embedding) and view the track list after the jump.
~R. Gnarly//Dig It or Die.