Ambient trio Harmonic Cross (ex-Darkest Hour) have unleashed the official video for their track “Taman Shud” over at Noisey. The cinematic track, which comes from the group’s recently released album, It Is Finished, is set to an abstract and darkly beautiful clip that compliments the sonic nature of the tune quite well. The video can be viewed after the break.
It Is Finished is out now via Magic Bullet Records and can be picked up here. Stream the album in full at Decibel now.
Chicago experimentalists Locrian have premiered their forthcoming full-length, Infinite Dissolution, over at Revolver. The album will officially be release this Friday, July 24, via Relapse Records and can be picked up here. Hear the expansive, multi-faceted and emotive follow-up to 2013’s Return to Annihilationnow and check out the band’s upcoming show dates with Insect Ark after the break.
The battle between Arizona’s Godhunter and Austin’s Destroyer of Light, Endsville, can now be witnessed in full over at The Sludgelord.Endsville is due out this Friday, July 24, through Battleground Records/Heavy Friends Records. Pre-orders can be picked up here or here. Head over to The Sludgelord to get your fix of primal, devastating sludge now.
Boston slam tyrants Dysentery have premiered their new record, Fragments, over at Metal Underground. The album is officially out now via Comatose Music and can be ordered here. This absolutely gruesome album features pummeling grooves and murderous, nausea-inducing riffs and equally devastating drumming. Fans of Dying Fetus and the like will fall head over heels for Dysentery. Check out the album at this location.
Connecticut emo/post-rock collective, The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die, have premiered their forthcoming Death to New Years 7″ over at Half Cloth. The two-track release is due out next Friday, July 24, via Top Shelf Records. Pre-orders can be purchased here. Just like the band’s past work, these two new tracks are heartfelt, expansive and redefine what “emo” really means. Stream them for yourself at this location.
Chicago’s Immortal Bird are currently streaming their new full-length, Empress/Abscess, over at Invisible Oranges. The album is out now via Broken Limbs Recordings/Manatee Rampage Recordings and can be picked up here or here. The record is a mangled hybrid of death metal, grind and black metal that is menacing and complex. If you enjoyed their Akrasia EP, you will no doubt enjoy this. Stream the record after the break.
Washington hardcore outfit Power have premiered their recently released EP, Heavy Muscle, over at Scene Point Blank. The album is officially out now via Twelve Gauge Records can be purchased at this location. The EP is full of pissed off, angst-ridden hardcore that is full of hard rock groove and swagger. It’s infectiously heavy. Stream it for yourself after the break.
New Jersey grindcore outfit Organ Dealer have premiered their forthcoming debut full-length, Visceral Infection, over at Invisible Oranges. The album will officially be released on July 14 via Horror Pain Gore Death Productions and can be purchased at this location. The album features 12 short bursts of gritty and gruesome grind chock full of hyperkinetic, buzzsaw riffs that will shred human flesh into bits. If you are even slightly masochistic, feel free to stream the punishing record after the break.
The long-awaited new album from cult industrial black metal outfit Diabolicum, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows), can now be streamed in its entirety over at CVLT Nation. The album will officially be released on July 7 via Code666. Pre-orders can be placed here. If you like fiery, Satan-spawned black metal goodness, then you will enjoy the hell out of Ia Pazuzu. Check it out here.
Denver’s Khemmis have premiered their debut full-length record, Absolution, over at Noisey. The album will officially be released next Tuesday, July 7, via 20 Buck Spin. Pre-orders can be placed here. If you like the crushing, world-ending low-end of doom and the catchy, hazy-eyed grooves of stoner metal, then Absolution is the album for you. Check it out after the break and view the band’s upcoming tour dates as well.