Ferocious hardcore act Venomous Concept, which features members of Brutal Truth, Napalm Death and Corrupt Moral Altar, will unleash Kick Me Silly; VC 3. The album won’t see release until the new year, but you can hear a rad new track titled “Anthem” below. It’s a doozy that premiered over on Lambgoat earlier today. Sickness. 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
Exhumed have announced the re-release of their 1998 debut full length, Gore Metal. But rather than being a simple remastering, the band have re-recorded the entire record. The resulting Gore Metal: A Necrospective 1998-2015 will be released through Relapse on February 6 (Germany/Benelux), Feburary 9 (UK/World) and February 10 (North America). On the “new” record, vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey states:
“I’m super pumped that we got the chance to re-record Gore Metal. I don’t think any of us were happy with how it turned out the first time around, so getting another shot at it meant a lot to me personally. I was also really excited to have our old friend Ross Sewage reprise his vocals on the new version, ensuring that it still sounds like that era of EXHUMED, though things are a lot more audible this time around!”
The album artwork, track listing and a stream of “Open the Abscess” can found after the break.
Pre-orders for the album can be found here.
The band’s current touring schedule with Aborted, Origin and Miasmal as well as their upcoming trek with Napalm Death, Voivod, Iron Reagan and Black Crown Initiate can be found below as well.
The grind kings are back! Napalm Death will release their new album Apex Predator – Easy Meat early next year and the band has released a phenomenally killer new track titled “Cesspits.” This track is unbelievable and it’s so fucking Napalm that it’s insane. You can stream “Cesspits” after the jump. Do it for the love of grindcore. Continue reading
The classic grincodre aficionados, Napalm Death, have announced that they are working on their 15th full length album. The band had the following to say:
First night done laying some more drum tracks down for the new ND Album..A different approach than the last record with different recording sessions,,some of the songs are worked out and some songs we are going for a more spontaneous approach to see where it takes us but so far we are getting some cool dynamics in drum tones and songs which will ultimately lead to a more diverse and crazy sounding album..it’s looking good so far !!
No other information has been released thus far.
Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera is featured in a new video in which he discusses the musical guests on Soulfly’s upcoming album Savages, which is out on October 1st. Max gives a rundown on the album’s cameos and previews the tracks as well. These cameos include Neil Fallon of Clutch, Mitch Harris of Napalm Death, Max’s son Igor Cavalera and others. You can watch the clip after the break.
Not too long ago I told you about Evocation and their (soon to be released) new EP Excised And Anatomised which is a covers album. The album features fantastic renditions of tracks by the greats At The Gates, Napalm Death and more. The band has unleashed the first cover from the album and what is it you ask? Continue reading
Swedish death metallers Evocation have released a new lyric video for their song “I’ll Be Your Suicide,” which appeared on the bands 2012 release Illusions of Grandeur. I never got around to this album, but listening to this track has given me to impression that it is pretty great. Aside from the lyric video, Evocation have also unveiled the details for their forthcoming covers EP titled Excised and Anatomised.
The video and track list for the EP can be viewed after the jump. Illusions Of Grandeur is available now via Century Media Records. Continue reading
According to the reliable bros over at Metalsucks, former drummer of The Black Dahlia Murder, Shannon Lucas, is currently working on putting together a new grind project featuring Trevor Strnad (The Black Dahlia Murder) on vocals and Shane Embury (Napalm Death) on bass. Less notably the group features former Wartorn guitarist, Adam Faris. The group was originally conceived by Lucas prior to joining TBDM, but was put on the side line due to the groups busy schedule.
Apparently the guitar parts have been finished for quite some time and the band is just waiting for Embury to lay down some bass riffs before the ball really gets rolling. As of now, the group remains nameless but will be entering the studio in April to record vocals and drums for their first release. We will keep you updated as info is released.
— Josh Huddleston
I know monday’s fucking sucks and I am here with a present to try to cleanse you of your monday funk. Earache Records is offering a free download of their twenty-five year anniversary sampler. The sampler features a wide array of some of the labels more notable artists, everything from Napalm Death to Godflesh to Entombed to Oceano.
It’s pretty sweet that the label would do this so take advantage! Below is the track list –
|1. Seige of Power||Napalm Death|
|2. Suffocation||Morbid Angel|
|3. When Life Has Ceased||Entombed|
|4. Goblin Shark||Natur|
|5. Into the Dead Sky||At The Gates|
|6. Spheres of Madness||Decapitated|
|7. Deny the Cross||Hour of 13|
|8. Homage for Satan||Deicide|
|10. Enslaved By Propaganda||Terrorizer|
|11. Like Rats||Godflesh|
|12. The Victorious Reign||Hate Eternal|
|13. High Roller||White Wizzard|
|14. All or Nothing||Cauldron|
|15. Denial of Existence||Brutal Truth|
|16. Inhuman Affliction||Oceano|
|17. Soul Sacrifice||Cathedral|
|18. Bad Year||Iron Monkey|
|19. Leave Me Here||Cult Of Luna|
|20. Mangled Post Burial||Cerebral Bore|
|21. Cenotaph||Bolt Thrower|
|22. Shepherds of Rot||Bonded By Blood|
|23. Holy Mountain||Sleep|
|24. Hollow Ground||The Haunted|
|25. Bloodlust||The Browning|
Click here to download the Earache Sampler via Amazon..
— Josh Huddleston
Come fall and winter, hell will have officially enveloped the earth. The upcoming already tour-heavy quarters of fall and winter will now further welcome a North American split tour between crossover thrashers Municipal Waste and legendary grinders Napalm Death with direct support incoming from death metal heavyweights Exhumed. In addition, select dates will pull additional support from varied acts among the ranks of Vektor, Dayglo Abortions, Attitude Adjustment, Speedwolf, Repulsion, and Dwarves. In other news, it seems that I have just died and gone to hell. Check out the dates(via Metal Underground) for this absolute behemoth of a tour below. Continue reading
Josh posted about the forthcoming, very, very jizz-worthy Converge/Napalm Death split album back in April. This very well might be the most anticipated split of the year. This is right up there with that rumored Pig Destroyer/Black Dahlia Murder split that we heard about a while back. This Converge Death split has had me in constant boner mode since I first heard about it and now we have a chance to preview this material. Yes! You get thirty second samples from both bands performing their first tracks on the split. Check it out below and, after you clean up your computer screen, leave a comment expressing your excitement. Enjoy.
I love Napalm Death, but no matter how awesome everyone said their new album was, I wasn’t really into it. Time Waits For No Slave was amazing, but Utilitarian was kinda meh in my eyes. Not really sure why, there was just a lot of stuff happening on that album that rubbed me the wrong way. Kinda like the clean vocals on the song “The Wolf I Feed.” That whole track is just kinda…. Yeah. Anyway, Napalm Death have released a new music video for that track. The video doesn’t really do it for me, but yeah. Check it out below.
As any of you out there should know, especially if you’re grindfreaks, that the Guinness World Records for shortest song and music video are held by Napalm Death and Brutal Truth respectively. The two grindcore bands have held these records for a long time and now it appears that Guinness will no longer be listing said “shortest” World Records. They stated the following:
“The nature of competing to make something the ‘shortest’ by its very nature trivialises the activity being carried out, and Guinness World Records has been forced to reject many claims of this kind. As such, we have been forced to cease listing records for the shortest song, shortest poem and indeed the shortest concert.”
The above statement was actually not made towards the current Record-holders, it was actually in response to Earache Records latest facemelter, Earache: Worlds Shortest Album which consists of 13 tracks in less than 1:30. Yes, that’s right. Thirteen power-packed grinding punches. Featuring track by grind heavyweights Napalm Death, Brutal Truth, Wormrot and Anal Cunt but also tracks by bands like Morbid Angel and Lawnmower Deth, this release is pretty killer and it’s only $4.99 on iTunes. So yeah. Guinness are douchebags and Earache are spiffy. Check out this compilation and enjoy the classic Napalm Death‘s “You Suffer” below and see the full track list for The Worlds Shortest Album. [Continue…]
I love Summer. Summer is usually a slow time for us metal bloggers because all of the major bands are out on tour or doing festivals. There isn’t a lot happening unless their is some major inter-band drama. When this time of year rolls around however, there is something pretty gnarly to get excited about: Summer Samplers from record labels!
So far there have been three killer Summer samplers released by three pretty stellar labels, A389 Recordings, Century Media Records and Deathwish, Inc. I love bands on all of these labels, so I am definitely going to grab these up. You can read a little about each sampler after the jump, as well as get the download links. [Continue…]