Tankcrimes’ reissue of Final Conflict’s renowned debut record, Ashes to Ashes, is out now and streaming in its entirety. You can check out the remastered hardcore opus after the break and order your copy at this location. As an added bonus, a video showing off the LP layout and the band’s forthcoming shows can be found below as well.
Portland sludge metal outfit, Stoneburner, have premiered their upcoming album, Life Drawing, over at Decibel. The malevolent full length will officially be released through Neurot Recordings on April 15th (April 14th in the U.K./Europe). But get a jump start on breaking things by streaming it at Decibel now.
Ghoul have premiered their forthcoming Hang Ten EP over Bloody Disgusting for your streaming pleasure. The blood-splattered surf metal-tinged effort will officially arrive on April 19th via Tankcrimes. But there’s no need to wait. Head over to Bloody Disgusting to stream the track now.
Ghoul’s forthcoming tour dates with Iron Reagan and Occultist can be seen below.
Brooklyn’s Tiger Flower’s debut full length, Dead Hymns, is officially out today through Melotov Records. If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy yet, please do so at this location. While you’re typing in your credit card information, head over to Metal Sucks to stream the album in full. You’ll be glad you did.
The band’s remaining tour dates can be seen after the break as well.
Anti-Ritual are streaming their forthcoming debut self-titled EP over at CVLT Nation now. The EP will be officially released on April 28th via Indisciplinarian and Vendetta Records, but you can get a jump on this 16 minute barrage of metallic awesomeness now. Head over to CVLT Nation to stream it.
The highly anticipated debut EP from Cult Leader (Gaza, etc) can now be streamed in its entirety over at SLUG Magazine. The EP will officially be released on April 15th and pre-orders can be purchased here. Head over to SLUG Magazine to stream all 18 minutes of pulverizing goodness.
The band’s record release show will be held at The Shred Shed in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 4th. So if you live in or around the area, don’t miss it.
Australia’s Cauldron Black Ram have unleashed their forthcoming album, Stalagmire, over at Revolver for your enjoyment. The death/doom hybrid will be released on April 1st (North America) and April 4th (Europe) via 20 Buck Spin. Pre-orders for the effort can be purchased here. Head over to Revolver to stream the entire album now.
Nux Vomica’s forthcoming self-titled album is now streaming in full over at Invisible Oranges. The album will officially be released on March 28th (Germany/Benelux), March 31st (UK/World), and April 1st (North America) via Relapse Records. Pre-orders can still be obtained at this location. In the meantime, click over after the jump to stream all three monolithic tracks. Continue reading
New York experimental metal outfit, Epistasis, are currently streaming their forthcoming EP, Light Through Dead Glass, at Noisey. The EP will officially be released next Tuesday, April 1st, via Crucial Blast. But you don’t want to procrastinate on these six mind-boggling tracks. Head over to Noisey to stream it now. If you live in the Brooklyn area, be sure to check out their record release show on April 6th with Kayo Dot, Pyrrhon, and White Suns.
The Brooklyn purveyors of mentally-deranged metal, Pyrrhon, are currently streaming their forthcoming album, The Mother of Virtues, over at Pitchfork. The album will be officially released on March 31st in the UK and April 1st in the U.S. via Relapse. You can still pre-order your copy at this location. Head over to Pitchfork to stream the psychotic opus.
Nihilistic doom duo, The Body, are currently streaming their forthcoming full length I Shall Die Here over at Pitchfork now. The album was a collaboration of sorts with producer Bobby Krlic, who is known for his work with The Haxan Cloak. The album will be released on March 31st in the UK and April 1st in the U.S. via RVNG Intl. Head over to Pitchfork to have your life destroyed.
Pilgrim’s new doom metal opus, II: Void Worship, is currently streaming in its entirety over at Pitchfork. The album will not be released officially for another week (April 1st), so here’s your chance to turn up and zone out. Pre-orders for the record are still available at this location. Head over to Pitchfork to stream all eight tracks of occult heaviness now.
Get your Thursday afternoon off right with the new album from your favorite instrumental progressive metal trio, Animals as Leaders. The forthcoming album, The Joy of Motion, will officially be released on March 25th via Sumerian Records. I understand that five days is a tortuous amount of time for some of you, so feel free to stream the new record in full after the break. Be sure to pre-order your copy at this location as well.
Brooklyn’s eclectic noise-mongers, White Suns, have premiered their new music video for their track “Prostrate” over at Brooklyn Vegan. The two minute track is set to a bizarre clip of a homeless person placing FBI-branded eggs into a trash can, only to have one hatch into a hooker. There’s some wind machine action as well. The song itself is bizarre, as it is a collection of minimalist electronics and instrument noise. The track appears on the group’s new album, Totem, which can be streamed after the break along with the video. Check it out.
The Irish doom trio Dread Sovereign are pleased to bestow their new album, All Hell’s Martyrs, upon you. The album will officially be released this Friday, March 21st, with pre-orders still being offered here. The Obelisk is currently providing an exclusive stream of all 10 heavy, lumbering tracks now. I would suggest you take advantage of it now. Check it out.