If you’ve followed this blog for a bit, you’ll know about my adoration for Crosses (often stylized as †††). I have been highly anticipating the release of their debut full-length album and now, if you’re like me and can’t acquire an advanced copy, you can listen to this grooving masterpiece. YOU WANT THIS. YOU NEED THIS. GO FORTH. Continue reading
Earlier this month I posted about a new Crosses song called “Bi†ches Brew” that I adored. Honestly, Crosses forthcoming Sumerian Records release is one of my most anticipated album of the first quarter of 2014 and for good reason: that shit is sounding tight. If you’ve checked out “Bi†ches Brew” and you dug it, you can now check out the video for the track, which the band has recently released.
The video is weird as hell but it is also spectacular. This is a definite must see. Check it: Continue reading
Crosses A.K.A. †††, the electronica-based band fronted by Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno, recently signed to Sumerian Records and started the prep for their upcoming album. They’ve already released one new track called “†he Epilogue” which ruled and now the band have released what very well could be my favorite song they have ever released.
“Bi†ches Brew” is phenomenal round and round. You need to stop everything you’re doing and listen to this song now. After the jump you can enjoy the madness. Continue reading
All week Veil Of Maya have been teasing that they would release a new track at midnight on October 30th and, right on the dot, they did. The new track is called “Subject Zero” and it destroys. I have stated in the past that I was not a fan of Veil Of Maya before they released their last album Eclipse last year and, after hearing this track, I can say that the band still has my attention. Check out the track after the jump. The song will be available to download on November 11th. Continue reading
A while back I posted about Born Of Osiris‘ lyric video for their song “Divergency” and how the bands latest offering Tomorrow We Die ∆live actually peeked my interests and I didn’t hate. I actually really enjoyed this album, which was something new and unnatural for me. Well, a few months after the release of the lyric video, Born Of Osiris has released the official music video for “Divergency.”
It’s a pretty rad video even if it is just live footage. It is done in such a way that it is still extremely cool. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
James Kelly, vocalist and guitarist of Altar of Plagues, also has an electronic project under the name Wife, who has just released something very interesting: a remix of The Dillinger Escape Plan‘s “One of Us Is The Killer.” You can stream the dark, ominous remix after the jump.
Personally, I think it’s pretty killer. Continue reading
Stray From The Path released their new album Anonymous yesterday and if you haven’t picked it up, you can now stream the album in full! I don’t know about you people, but I’m really digging this album. Some of the album shows the band still channeling that inner Rage, but a lot of it is just Stray From The Path doing their damned thing. It’s a really rad album all the way through and the guest appearances really add the the whole. Check out the full stream below! Continue reading
Remember †††? The electronic band featuring Deftones/Palms front man Chino Moreno? Yeah, that one! I posted about them a bit a while ago. Well, I have just learned that the project is not only working on a new release, but they have signed to Sumerian Records! Do you know what this means?! That’s right! That means I will never, ever receive a ††† promo! Continue reading
Born Of Osiris released their new album Tomorrow We Die ∆live today through Sumerian Records and to coincide with the release, the band has unleashed a music video for their first single “M∆chine.” This video was filmed live at the Rockstar Mayhem Festival this summer and it’s very well put together. Some live-footage music videos can be boring, but this one has got me. Check out the video after the jump and weigh in in the comments section.
[EDITORS NOTE: YOU CAN NOW STREAM THE FULL ALBUM AFTER THE JUMP]
I have stated in the past that I was not a fan of Born Of Osiris for one reason or another. I don’t know what has happened to me, if there is something in the water or if bands are just getting better because I have found quite a few bands this year that I didn’t like (or flat out hated) before that I’m digging. One of which is Born Of Osiris. The band has released two singles from their forthcoming album Tomorrow We Die ∆live and I like them both, especially the first single “M∆chine.”
The band has unleashed a track by the name of “Divergency” in the form of a lyric video, which you can check out after the jump. Tomorrow We Die ∆live will be released via Sumerian Records on August 20th. Continue reading
Bassist extraordinaire Evan Brewer, of The Faceless, has unveiled his sophomore solo effort Your Itinerary, which was released last week. If you have yet to check it out, you can now do so right now in the YouTube stream below. This album is pretty fucking rad. Be sure to pick up Your Itinerary, available now via Sumerian Records. Continue reading
I was into Stray From The Path‘s album Rising Sun when it was released last year, but something always seemed off to me. When the band covered Rage Against The Machine last summer, I fucking loved it. Well, it seems to me (and others) that Stray From The Path have channeled their inner Rage and have truly harnessed their sound. The band has released a new music video for their track “Badge & A Bullet” and it fucking destroys. It’s total Rage Against The Machine worship. Check out the video after the jump and let us know what you think in the comments! Continue reading
I got into Veil Of Maya with the release of their 2012 album Eclipse, which almost landed on my Best of 2012 List last year. It’s a phenomenal album that I still listen to consistently because I don’t tire of it. The band has unveiled a new music video for the songs “20/200″ and “Divide Paths.” The video is strange, but very cool. I really dig these songs and seeing them in a cinematic fashion just makes it better. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Darkest Hour have inked a new record deal with Sumerian Records. The band will be releasing a new studio album this Fall through their new label as well as a reissue of their debut full length, The Mark of the Judas. On their recent signing, the band stated:
I was a big fan of Conducting From the Grave‘s 2009 album When Legends Become Dust. I didn’t really listen to Revenants because I was a bigger fan of Lou Tanuis’ vocals, but also because it just slipped under my radar while other albums trampled into my brain. I hadn’t really heard anything about the band in a while when I recently learned they had parted ways with Sumerian Records (whether forcefully or willingly, it is unclear) and had started a Kickstarter campaign to release their third album in a “true DIY fashion.” Continue reading