KHEMMIS Streaming New Track “Ash, Cinder, Smoke”

Denver doom quartet Khemmis have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Absolution, over at No Clean Singing. The new track is the nearly seven-minute “Ash, Cinder, Smoke” that stomps about like Polyphemus with its bellowing, fuzz-laden doom riffs and its undeniable sense of melody. Primitive Man‘s Ethan McCarthy lends his voice to the song’s later moments as well. Stream the track for yourself after the break.

Absolution will be released on July 7 via 20 Buck Spin.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Streaming New Track “Futility”

Any day is a good day if you get new Primitive Man, am I right? Of course I am right. Primitive Man are one of the nastiest, filthiest, most disgusting, loudest and most sickening bands of the last decade. Tell me I’m wrong. These sludge lords have unleashed a new track titled “Futility” and you can stream it and download it for free right now! How fucking awesome is that? Check it out below.     Continue reading

PRIMITIVE MAN Announce Spring Tour Dates With Canadian Grinders WAKE

WAKE and Primitive Man, two of the most promising young bands in extreme music are making preparations for their upcoming spring tour which will see them getting the party started right in Denver May 15 and bringing things to a close in St.Louis 5/28. With stops along the way in D.C., with The Body and Water Torture, and in Charm City at MDF with the millions of amazing bands that play that event every year.
This tour will cover both ends of the extreme music spectrum with Primitive Man bringing the slow, crushing, low-end pain with their punishing brand of blackened sludge/doom while WAKE will be providing the SPEEEED!! with the unending power and mania that is their hardcore/grind attack.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Debut “Bag Man” Video (NSFW)

Primitive Man have premiered the official video for their track “Bag Man”, off of their new EP Home Is Where The Hatred Is, over at Noisey. The video was co-directed by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett of Novel Concept TV and produced and conceptualized by Primitive Man frontman Ethan McCarthy. The video is a seven minute glimpse into the “American dream”. Nude women, American flags, guns and blood. It’s the American dream indeed. Check out the clip after the break along with the band’s upcoming touring schedule.

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In addition to their upcoming European trek with Fister and Sea Bastard, and their stateside dates with Canadian grinders Wake, Primitive Man have announced a string of tour dates with French act Celeste. The tour is currently scheduled to extend from June 17 through July 4. The dates as they currently stand can be found below along with the rest of band’s upcoming dates.

Primitive Man‘s new EP, Home Is Where The Hatred Is, is available now via Relapse Records. Stream it here.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Streaming New EP “Home Is Where The Hatred Is”

primitive-man-home-is-where-the-hatred-isWe fucking love the sludge menace that is Primitive Man. The band is a beast of epic proportions and if you’re late to the party, you can now hear the bands new EP Home Is Where The Hatred Is, which saw it’s release today. MetalSucks premiered the EP for all to hear and you seriously have to hear it. It’s fucking phenomenal. And I don’t even get paid to say that. Enjoy.      Continue reading

Review: PRIMITIVE MAN – “Home Is Where The Hatred Is”

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Since their inception in 2013 with their monolithic, hate-filled debut record Scorn, Primitive Man have shown no signs of slowing down. The Denver doom trio have since released several splits (and even a noise tape) that show the band becoming progressively more malevolent and generally terrifying. Which brings us to their newest dismal creation, Home Is Where The Hatred Is. The four track EP is the next step in the group’s evolutionary cycle into becoming the most gruesome doom outfit on the planet. For the next half-hour, you will be dragged into a claustrophobic abyss for which there is no escape, and the validity of your existence will be brought into question.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Streaming New Track “Bag Man”

primitive-man-home-is-where-the-hatred-isWe love Primitive Man around here and the bands imminent new EP Home Is Where The Hatred Is is coming soon, so it’s not surprising that the band would unload (at least) one more new track in the two weeks leading up to the albums release. “Bag Man” is the track that CVLT Nation premiered today and it’s a phenomenal slab of unholy thunder. The band has truly outdone themselves on Home Is Where The Hatred Is, as has been proved with both of the bands new tracks. Stream “Bag Man” below for fucks sake.     Continue reading

PRIMITIVE MAN Announce New EP “Home Is Where The Hatred Is”

Primitive Man have announced the release of a new four-song, 12″ EP that will be released through Relapse Records next month. The new effort, entitled Home Is Where The Hatred Is, will arrive on February 17 and will be limited to 750 standard black vinyl and 250 silver copies. The EP’s artwork (NSFW) and track listing, along with a stream of the track “Loathe”, can be found below.

Pre-orders for the EP can be purchased here.

Primitive Man will also be touring the UK and the U.S. this spring alongside Sea Bastard and Wake respectively. The tour will also include appearances at this year’s Maryland Death Fest. Those dates, as they currently stand, can be found below.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Streaming New Track “4330”

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Primitive Man have premiered a new track from their upcoming split release with St. Louis’ Fister over at Noisey. The new track, entitled “4330”, is nearly eight minutes of filth-ridden, misanthropic doom that will instill in you a great hatred of all things. Basically, it’s another solid Primitive Man track. You can stream the track for yourself after the break.

A389 Recordings will release the split this Friday, November 28th.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Release Free Single “Loathe”


Denver, CO mammothian doom unit Primitive Man have released a new eleven minute crusher entitled “Loathe” for free streaming and download. The track is the second in a series of sponsored releases between Flatline Audio Studios and Trve Brewing and is expected to be part of Primitive Man’s as-of-yet untitled upcoming EP, due this Winter on Relapse Records. Stream “Loathe” below and download it free here. Continue reading

A389 Records Release New 54 Track Mixtape

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A389 Records have release a colossal 54 track digital mixtape that can be downloaded for free over at their Bandcamp page. The release features killer tracks from the likes of Full of Hell, Left for Dead, Despise You, Primitive Man, The Black Dahlia Murder, Ringworm and many more. You can stream the mixtape after the break.

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PRIMITIVE MAN Release NSFW Video For “Antietam”

PMPrimitive Man are a force to be reckoned with, this has been proved over and over again. The band has now released the first (to my knowledge) NSFW metal video of the year. Of course, I could be wrong and you can correct me in the comments. Among the amazing music, the video features very graphic violence, dismemberment and nudity, which is why it was given it’s raw rating. The video is spectacular and you should check it out immediately. Check out the filth:     Continue reading

Full Of Bitterness: Listen To VERMIN WOMB Now

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From the minds that brought you Primitive Man and Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire, comes a new grinding monstrosity hellbent on ruining your day. The dark and dissonant grind ensemble goes by the name Vermin Womb, whose debut EP Permanence is  available now at this location. Two of the tracks, “You Know Nothing” and “Bitterness”, have been made available for streaming and can be listened to after the break. The tracks are full of that filthy, noisy, angular grind that made Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire stand out. The bellowing vocals of Ethan McCarthy (Primitive Man, Death of Self, CTTTOAFF) also add to the musics vileness, as it has in his other musical works. But, see for yourself below.

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