Who’s been anxiously awaiting the new Ken Mode album Success?! I know it’s not just me because this band is fantastical and their music is unbelievable. I’ve been lucky enough to be able to hear the new album in full a few times and I gotta admit, it is spectacular. If you want to hate your life and the people you love, then please do not stream Success after the jump. Ken Mode rule, you sucka. Don’t let this album slip past you. Continue reading
We are getting really excited for the new Ken Mode album here on AA. I mean, it’s sounding incredible just based on the few tracks we’ve heard. The latest track released from Success is a lovely little ditty called “I Just Liked Fire” and it is sooooo good. I mean, I’ve enjoyed the songs already released by Ken Mode off of this album, but something about this one just sticks with me. Check out “I Just Liked Fire” below. Continue reading
KEN Mode have always been kinda strange, but their music has always been fantastic. The band will soon release their new album Success and in conjunction, they are streaming another new track. This track is titled “Dead Actors” and it is a nice, smooth jaunt that is a little less hectic than their usual material, which is a good change of pace. Sure, “Dead Actors” has it’s louder moments, but all in all, it’s soft and spectacular. Check it out below. Do it. You’re worth it. Continue reading
Man, Success is definitely going to be one of the best albums of the year. This much is clear. KEN Mode are a fucking beast and each and every album shows the band advancing in their craft. I personally think the band can do no wrong and Success is going to live up to it’s title. Further proof? KEN Mode have unleashed a new track titled “Management Control” and it will lay you out. Check out the track below. Continue reading
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KEN mode have debuted a new track from their forthcoming album, Success, over at NPR. The new track is titled “These Tight Jeans” and much like the previously released “Blessed”, it continues to show the band’s more fleshed-out noise rock sound. The song revolves around a disfigured, surf rock-inspired riff that writhes around pummeling drumming and beefy bass lines. Vocalist/guitarist Jesse Matthewson offered the following comments on the new track:
“…post-punk-rock tribute to the absolute insanity of the ‘hater’ culture that plagues the media, social networking, and our daily lives as human beings alive in 2015. Stop disrespecting each other and go run a marathon, do some push-ups, read a book, create something: Get a life. Life’s too short.”
Get a life and listen to the track now.
Success will be released on June 16 via Season of Mist.
KEN Mode have premiered the official video for their new track “Blessed” from their upcoming highly-anticipated Steve Albini-produced album, Success, over at Noisey. The Christopher Mills-directed clip depicts a visceral live show and simultaneously captures the energy of the new track. The song itself is a cataclysmic double-bass assault that capitalizes on the group’s noise rock influences and features extra noisy debauchery from Full of Hell‘s Dylan Walker, murderous cello from Natanielle Felicitas and insanity-laced guest vocals from Oxbow frontman Eugene S. Robinson. Check out the video for yourself after the break.
Noise metallers Ken Mode will release their new album Success this June and the band has released a trailer for said album. Now, while this doesn’t really give us a taste of new music, it still got me extremely excited. You can check out the full teaser below and see how it makes you feel. I always welcome new Ken Mode material, so bring on the madness. Continue reading
As you should know, the Roadburn Festival is coming up pretty soon and two amazing bands have announce a string of dates around the Fest. The bands are KEN mode and Cortez, and while the bands are quite different, these shows are sure to be fucking incredible. Check out the dates after the jump to see where you can hit up your stop. Lucky Euro bastards. Continue reading
KEN mode have debuted the official video to their track “The Promises of God”, from their last album Entrench, over at Punknews. The clip, which was directed by ex-bassist Chad Tremblay, depicts the trickery of a street magician and triumph over a devil-like character. You can check out the clip after the break along with the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
KEN mode have been demoing new material for their sixth full length record as of late, and have taken to Instagram to tease a new song. The new track is titled “Blessed” and you can listen to a brief snippet after the break. According to the band, the new record will be entitled Success and will be released Spring 2015 through Season of Mist and New Damage Records. Check out the clip below.