Metal Blade Records is set to release the debut album from Seattle’s Theories. The album is titled Regression and, while it was sure to be amazing regardless, the band is currently streaming a new track titled “Cycle Of Decay.” The track is a brutal deathgrind beatdown and it’s pretty amazing. Check out a stream of the track below. Continue reading
Between The Buried And Me‘s Tommy Rogers AKA Thomas Giles will release his new solo record Modern Noise next week and if you’re aching for some of his weird solo madness, then you can now hear a new track titled “We Wander Lonely.” Now, this isn’t exactly my taste, but it’s interesting. Check out the track after the jump, courtesy of Absolute Punk. Continue reading
I love a good live music video with great production value and I love Revocation. Is it shocking that these two things can coincide? Nah. Revocation are a spectacular band who have never let me down and I’m really digging the bands music video for their new albums title track: “Deathless.” You can check out the pro-as-fuck video after the jump. Continue reading
Rivers Of Nihil took the world by storm when they released their debut LP last year and the band has now released a music video for one of my favorite tracks off of the album. The track is question is “Mechanical Trees,” which anyone who has listened to The Conscious Seed Of Light knows is a fucking destroyer. The video for this song is oddly brighter than I expected. Usually death metal videos are dark and dingy, but this one is very bright. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
I’ve been trumpeting the success and prolific prowess of Job For A Cowboy for a while now and I always say that the band constantly surprises me, seeing as they arose as a deathcore band all those years ago. Well, they have made quite a strong death metal band out of themselves and if they haven’t already proven that, they are no streaming yet another track from their forthcoming album Sun Eater. The track is “The Celestial Antidote” and it’s pretty fucking strong. Click over after the jump to get your daily dose of Job For A Cowboy. Continue reading
Job For A Cowboy will unleash their latest act of depravity Sun Eater next month and the band has unveiled an unholy masterpiece titled “Eating The Visions Of God,” which you can hear after the jump. I have been seriously looking forward to this release, as JFAC‘s last album completely took my by storm. These guys have grown into an extremely impressive and promising death metal band and you’ve gotta hear “Eating The Visions Of God.” Do it. Now. Continue reading
Anaal Nathrakh, my favorite blackened grindcore band from the UK is streaming another new track off of their forthcoming album Desideratum. The track is “The One Thing Needful” and it’s a rad slab of stab. Not really sure what that means, but seriously, listen to this track. I know you’ve been just as excited about the new Anaal Nathakh as me, so stream this bad-ass track below. Continue reading
Revocation have unleashed “Labyrinth Of Eyes”, the third single from the group’s upcoming fifth LP and Metal Blade Records debut, Deathless. Taking a retreat from the brutality of the two prior singles, “Madness Opus” and “Deathless”, “Labyrinth Of Eyes” is a mid-paced, technical and rather notey number, invoking Cynic-ian overtones whilst still maintaining the darker feel of the new album. Check out “Labyrinth Of Eyes” via Invisible Oranges here and pre-order Deathless out next Tuesday via Metal Blade Records here. Catch Revocation supporting Deathless now on the remaining dates of their current tour run with the legendary Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse and later on their European run with Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and even later on their Australian run with Thy Art Is Murder, full details below. Continue reading
Cannibal Corpse, as I’ve stated in the past, is my favorite band of all time. I love all of their albums and each and every music video. Well, the band recently released their fantastic new album A Skeletal Domain and have quickly followed it with their b-movie zombie-slaying music video for “Kill Or Become.” I love this track and the video is great. Check it out after the jump or fuck off. Continue reading
Revocation are back with the second in a series of behind the scenes features for their upcoming Metal Blade Records debut, Deathless, due out the 14th of October. The video continues the one-on-one interview format of the first entry, this time giving further insight into the meaning of the title track as well as the band’s decision to record with Zeuss of Planet Z Studios (Arsis, The Red Chord, Crowbar). Peep the teaser above and be sure to catch Revocation on one of their upcoming tours (US with Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse, Europe with death metal peers Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and Australia with Thy Art Is Murder). Deathless comes out the 14th Of October. Pre-order it on CD and vinyl via Metal Blade here.
Is everyone excited for some new Job For A Cowboy? I know I am. After the bands last album, I have seriously become infatuated with the band and I was stoked to find out that they would be releasing a new album this year. In November, JFAC will release Sun Eater upon the world and if that doesn’t excite you enough, you can also stream a rad new track titled “Sun Of Nihility.” I really dig this track. It feels like a further expansion on what JFAC have already evolved in to. Check out the new track and the track list after the jump. Continue reading
Blackened grindcore heathens Anaal Nathrakh will be releasing their new record, their first for new label Metal Blade Records, and the band has unleashed their beastly new track “Monstrum In Animo” over on Decibel. This track is vicious, it’s loud and it’s apocalyptic. You can stream the monstrosity after the jump. If you dare. Continue reading
Revocation are one of those bands that constantly and consistently improves. The band is always becoming heavier and more amazing with each album and I think their new album Deathless will be their best yet. Don’t believe me based off of the albums title track (see here), then let the band “Madness Opus” destroy you with amazeballs. Check out a stream of the track below, courtesy of Noisey. Continue reading
Revocation have released the first episode of the Making-Of special feature for their upcoming Metal Blade Records debut and fifth LP, Deathless. Shot by Naughty Mantis Productions, who recently brought forwards Whitechapel’s crowd-funded documentary, the pro-shot footage features one-on-one interviews with each individual band member on the weight and inner gimmicks of the new record. Personally, I feel the video missed the opportunities for the band’s well known comedic shenanigans but it’s a pretty tight affair. Peep the teaser below and be sure to catch Revocation on one of their upcoming tours (US with Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse, Europe with death metal peers Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and Australia with Thy Art Is Murder). Deathless comes out the 14th Of October. Pre-order it on CD and vinyl via Metal Blade here.
Antropomorphia took my world by storm a year or so ago and now the band has returned with what might be one of the most vicious death metal album of the year. The band will be releasing Rites Ov Perversion next Tuesday and are tempting the world by streaming one of the most aggressive tracks on the album. This beast is titled “Carved To Pieces,” which is exactly how it left my brain after the fourth listen. Stream it and like it, fuck. Enjoy the Dutch death. Continue reading