Fulgora (Pig Destroyer, Misery Index, etc) have premiered their forthcoming debut album, Stratagem, over at Decibel. The album will officially be released on March 24 via Housecore Records and can be pre-ordered here. The album combines the speed and vileness of grindcore with the hellacious riffing of death metal into one gnarly package. Stream the heavy-hitting opus in full at Decibel now.
Brooklyn instrumental metal outfit, Sannhet, have premiered their forthcoming album Revisionist over at Pitchfork. The album will officially be released on March 3 via The Flenser and can be ordered at this location. The album picks up where Known Flood left off and continues to explore beyond that. Elements of post-metal, black metal, shoegaze, post-rock and a plethora of other styles and nuances can be heard on the record, but still defies most basic categorization. Stream the album for yourself over at Pitchfork now.
Griever have premiered their debut full length, Our Love Is Different, over at Lambgoat. The album is officially out today via Vitriol Records and can be purchased at this location. These nine tracks are some of the heaviest and catchiest you will hear all day. Grumbling low-end combined with colorful groovy riffs yields amazing results on this record. Stream the album in full over at Lambgoat now.
New York noise rock outfit Fashion Week have premiered their forthcoming debut LP, Prêt-à-Porter, over at Invisible Oranges. The album will officially be released on February 23 via Solar Flare Records and can still be pre-ordered here. If you enjoy the tunes of the likes of Unsane, Helmet and pretty much anything tied to Amphetamine Reptile, then you will enjoy this record thoroughly. Stream the rambunctious yet catchy opus now.
Exhumed‘s completely re-recorded debut album, Gore Metal, can now be streamed in its entirety over at Vice.Gore Metal: A Nectrospective 1998-2015 will officially be released on February 10 via Relapse Records and pre-orders can still be purchased at this location. But who wants to wait? Feel free to stream the classic blood-splattered album (with its new face lift) after the break.
Exhumed is currently on the road supporting Napalm Death and Voivod. The remaining tour dates can be found after the break.
Seattle’s Heiress (ex-Himsa) have premiered their forthcoming album, Of Great Sorrow, over at Metal Sucks. The album officially comes out on February 10 via The Mylene Sheath (pre-order here), but now you don’t have to wait another six long days. You can stream all 10 tracks of sludgy hardcore goodness after the break. We’re not responsible for any broken bones.
Brooklyn instrumental metal trio Sannhet have premiered the title track from their forthcoming album, Revisionist, over at Decibel. “Revisionist” is a storming black/post-metal metal that is triumphant, melodic, sinister and all together dynamic. Feel free to stream the track after the break.
Revisionist will be released on March 3 via The Flenser. Pre-orders can be placed here.
We at American Aftermath are here to kick start your day with some devastating, in-your-face hardcore courtesy of Long Island’s New Plague. Behold the metallic hardcore quartet’s debut, self-titled EP in all its gritty glory. Recorded by Kevin Bernsten and mastered by Brad Boatwright, these six short but sweet tracks aim to rip you limb from limb. Fans of Converge, Trap Them and the like will have no problem becoming enamored with this EP. Feel free to stream the EP after the break.
New Plague will be released on February 24 digitally and on 7″ vinyl through Fly The Light (U.S.) and Frail Abuse Records (U.K.). Pre-orders can be placed here.
Portuguese post/sludge metal trio Wells Valley have premiered their debut full length, Matter as Regent, over at Decibel. The album features six lumbering tracks of elephantine proportions that are full of tremendous low-end sludge assaults and haunting atmospheres that envelop you in its deadly abyss. The album officially releases on February 7 via Bleak Recordings, but feel free to stream the record over at Decibel now.
South Carolinian hardcore outfit Discourse have premiered their debut full length record, Sanity Decays, over at Revolver. The 10-track, metallic hardcore opus is officially out now via Closed Casket Activities and can be purchased at this location. If you need something aggressive and catchy to pick you up this morning, Discourse will do the job perfectly. Stream the album after the break.
Belgian metallic hardcore outfit Slowly We Rot have premiered their forthcoming EP, Poverty Of Existence, over at CVLT Nation. These seven, dismal tracks combine the grimiest of hardcore with elements of death and black metal into one blasphemous debut release. The EP will officially be released on February 13 via Skin & Bones Records and will be limited to 75 handcrafted pieces, which will be available here starting on that date and at the band’s upcoming shows (seen below). An official vinyl pressing is expected to be released in April. In the meantime, stream the album at this location.
Youth Funeral‘s new chaotic EP, See You When I See You, can now be streamed in full over at Alternative Press. The six-track, jarring and emotional effort is officially out today via Twelve Gauge Records and can be purchased at this location. While you’re spending your hard-earned money, stream the record at this location. The next 11 minutes is going to be wild.
Scottish progressive post-metal outfit Falloch have premiered their forthcoming sophomore full length, This Island, Our Funeral, over at Skulls ‘N’ Bones. The expansive, sprawling opus sounds serene, melodic, heavy (of course) and is sure to excite fans of Agalloch, Alcest, Opeth and even Isis. The album will be officially released next Tuesday, January 27 via Candlelight Records and pre-orders can be placed here. Feel free to stream the album for yourself at this location.
UK’s Voices (Akercocke, My Dying Bride) have premiered their forthcoming full length, London, over at CVLT Nation. The 14-track dismal behemoth combines elements of death metal, progressive metal, black metal, dark folk and ambient into one heavy and interesting listen. The album will officially be released on January 27 via Candlelight Records and pre-orders can be placed here. In the meantime, stream the album right now.
The new EP from East of the Wall‘s Matt Lupo’s Opul project, Levels, can now be streamed in full over at Metal Sucks. Fans of the spacey alternative rock of Hum and Failure, or the driving post-hardcore grooves of Quicksand will likely be enamored with these three tracks. Levels is available now and can be purchased digitally with a “Name Your Price” option here. In the meantime, stream it at this location.