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OLD MAN GLOOM Working On New Material

According to a recent Facebook update, Old Man Gloom( Isis, Converge, Cave In, etc) are in the studio as we speak working on new music. This new material, whatever it may be, will be hot on the heels of last year’s NO. I know you are excited for the impending awesomeness, so, take a moment to listen to NO after the break to prepare yourself.

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ZOZOBRA Streaming New Album

Zozobra’s (Cave In, Old Man Gloom, etc) new record, Savage Masters, officially hits the shelves on April 2nd. But who wants to wait until then to jam this thing? Lambgoat sure doesn’t want to wait, so they are stream the new six track album in full now! The album is rather brief but crushing all the same. Check out this badass affair right now and pre-order it either here or here.

-Lane Oliver

Gloom Reborn: Reissues Of OLD MAN GLOOM’s First Four Records Available

According to Aaron Turner’s (Isis, Hydra Head) blog, the fellows over at Daymare Recordings have remastered Old Man Gloom’s first four albums! These reissues (CD only at the moment) have been given a nice makeover with revamped artwork and was remastered by James Plotkin and stuffed with bonus live material. These albums include Meditations in B, Seminar II: The Holy Rites of Primitivism Regressionism, Seminar III: Zozobra, and Christmas. You can purchase these fine reissues over at this location. Check that out now!

-Lane Oliver

ZOZOBRA Announce New Album

It looks as if Zozobra (Cave In, Old Man Gloom, etc) will release their first album since 2008′s Birds of Prey on April 2nd this year. Savage Masters is the title of the new effort and it will feature six brand new tracks, one of which can be streamed below. The Andrew Schneider produced  record is intended to be their most straight forward and heaviest release to date and judging by the first single, “Black Holes”, I believe it. Check out the two minute beast, pre-order information and track listing below.

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CONVERGE Book Japan Dates With OLD MAN GLOOM

Converge and Old Man Gloom are slated to play together in Japan in February. The two bands will play three shows total which include:

02/19 Shibuya, JAP – Club Quattro
02/20 Imaike, JAP – Bottom Line
02/21 Umeda, JAP – Akaso

Oh if only this tour was in the US instead. Sad face. Converge’s All We Love We Leave Behind and Old Man Gloom’s NO are available now.

[via The PRP]

-Lane Oliver

 

To Carry The Flame: OLD MAN GLOOM Streaming New Song! New OLD MAN GLOOM!

I am sure Lane hasn’t been online today otherwise this post would have already been up. Lane isn’t the only fan of Old Man Gloom around here though. I fucking love this band and I, like a lot of people, have been patiently waiting for their new album NO. Lane posted about the first single off of this album called “Common Species” and I am glad to let you know that another new track called “To Carry The Flame” which you can listen to in the widget below.

This track is fucking intense and if you have been even a little bit excited about this new album, this song should bump you up to the “fuck yeah, holy shit” level. Check out both new Old Man Gloom songs below and get FUCKING PUMPED! NO will be released next Tuesday via Hydra Head Records.

Stream A New OLD MAN GLOOM Track

I think it is safe to say that we at American Aftermath are excited for the new Old Man Gloom record, NO (June 26th). And you should be too. Pitchfork is streaming a new, eight minute track from the record called “Common Species” right now. It’s eight minutes of noisy sludge battling with cinematic soundscapes and ambiance. This track is a good indicator that this new album will be pretty bangin’. Check it out.

-Lane Oliver

OLD MAN GLOOM Announce New Record!

It’s true! Old Man Gloom will release their new album NO on June 26th! You better get excited. Even better, the band will have advance copies available at their upcoming shows! So if you are going to one of the shows below, be a dear and get me a copy! Check out the dates and a fifteen second album trailer below. OMG will conquer 2012.

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