Abiotic have been hard at work on their new, currently untitled album and have offered a little taste of what’s to come in form of a 62 second clip via their Facebook page. You can check out that clip after the break.
The band will also be embarking on a month long North American tour early next month with Suffokate, Aegaeon and As They Sleep in tow. You can check out those dates after the break as well.
After two successful reunion shows last year, it looks like Daughters are in the process of writing new material. A recent picture (as seen above) was posted on the band’s Facebook page with the caption “Day 1″. If they are indeed working on a new album, it will be the first set of new material since 2010’s self-titled affair. Be on the look out for more updates as they become available.
According to a recent Facebook update, the Boston thrashers Ramming Speed are working on new songs. There is no word yet on recording plans. In the meantime, stream “Grinding Dissent” from their last record, Doomed to Destroy, Destined to Die, after the break.
The legendary Sleep are apparently working on new material according to a recent interview with bassist/vocalist Al Cisneros for Alibi. The interview/article alludes to Cisneros is in the midst of working on albums for OM and Sleep respectively, with a solo EP on the way as well. More info to be shared with you all as it becomes available. I hope this makes you excited, because it makes me excited.
Shai Hulud released their impressive fourth studio album Reach Beyond the Sun this year and the group are apparently in the midst of writing new material. A fifteen second clip was uploaded to the band’s Facebook page yesterday depicting some choice riffs being tracked. Follow the link above to check it out and listen to their track “Reach Beyond the Sun” after the break.
Impending Doom have released a short thirty-four second video teasing new material that is slated to be found on their upcoming album, which the video hints at being released in November of this year. While the teaser is short it is obvious whatever track this is will bring the grooves. You can check it out after the break.
In a recent Facebook update, The Atlas Moth revealed they will begin demoing new material for their follow up to the excellent An Ache for the Distance this weekend. The band plans to have the new record tracked by the end of the year. In addition to new album plans, the band will also be adding a number of this to their web store. You can read the whole statement if you keep reading.
Germany’s own metalcore purveyors Caliban have revealed that they have begun writing and demoing songs for the follow up to last year’s I am Nemesis album. No other details have been released just yet but we will keep you updated. In the meantime, stream their previous record in full after the break.
The oceanic-themed rockers, Giant Squid, have announced that they have begun working on new music. The band stated that they have four and half-ish salty new jams to demo.” This new music will inevitably wind up on the follow up to 2011’s stellar Cenotes EP. No other information has been released yet but check back often for more Squidy news.
According to a recent Facebook update, Tombs are making great progress with their new record. The band hinted at the possibility of seventy-seven minutes of new music and the possibility of a 4xLP. No word yet on when we will get hear the follow up to 2011’s Path of Totality. Check out the official statement below.
After the band conclude their current tour with The Agonist and Danzig, Corrosion of Conformity aim to hit the studio to write some new material says an official press release. In said press release bassist Mike Dean confirms:
The now defunct Low Places died a quiet death this September, announcing the cessation of their negative sludgy hardcore violence on the Facebook page of the product of their dissolution, Child Brides. Before they left however, there was talks of new material on the rise, news that ultimately dwindled into the cracks of Internet time and certainly out of my mind until now. I awoke this morning to news that Low Places have decided to finally release their final works in the form of the eponymous Black Tape. Set to be pressed on limited tape copies, Black Tape is streaming its A-Side below and can be downloaded free here. Check that and a stroll through some of Low Places history below. Keep it trill. Continue reading →
Live footage of Bird Eater’s (Gaza, etc) entire set at The Shred Shed in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 1st has surfaced online. The set features the band performing some new material that will be featured on the band’s upcoming record, which is untitled and has no release date as of yet. The audio gets a little out of sync sometimes but you get the jist of the songs. From what my feeble ears can hear, these songs are hard hitting and just brutal. Check out the video below and be sure to check back for more Bird Eater news.
Writing is officially underway for Suicide Silence’s next full length record. Vocalist Mitch Lucker took to Twitter to announce that the band were in the process of writing new songs. The record is not scheduled to be released until Summer of next year so fans will have to twiddle their thumbs in the meantime. This is slated to be the first Suicide Silence record on Nuclear Blast Entertainment. To pacify your need for Suicide Silence’s suicidal chugs, here is “Smoke” from their sophomore record No Time to Bleed.
Pelican have recently announced that the instrumental metal outfit will begin writing new material tomorrow. This new material will follow up this year’s Ataraxia/Taraxis EP and will also be the first songs written since the recent departure of guitarist Laurent Schroeder-Lebec. I am insanely excited to see what Pelican pulls out next. Stay tuned!