PALLBEARER Announce North American Tour

After recently completing a North American run with Deafheaven and Wreck and Reference, and with a European trek supporting Yob on the horizon, Pallbearer have announced another string of North American tour dates that will commence in October. Support on most dates of the tour will come from the likes of Tombs and Vattnet Viskar. You can check out all of the upcoming tour dates after the break.

Pallbearer’s Foundations of Burden will be released on August 19th via Profound Lore.

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TOMBS Streaming New Album “Savage Gold”

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Brooklyn’s Tombs have premiered their highly anticipated follow up to 2011’s Path of Totality, Savage Gold, over at Pitchfork. This is the first record to feature new guitarist Garrett Bussanick and new bassist Ben Brand. New personnel, but the same heavy Tombs. Stream the forthcoming record at Pitchfork while you still can.

Savage Gold will be released on June 10th via Relapse.

TOMBS Streaming New Track “Spiral”

Tombs-Savage-Gold-620x620Black metal act Tombs have graced our ears a few times already with new material from their forthcoming Savage Gold and now we are getting another tasty dose of the bands unique brand of blackened madness. This time around we get the track “Spiral,” which might be my current favorite track on the new album. It’s raw, it’s vicious and it destroys. Check out the track after the jump and you’ll see what I mean.       Continue reading

TOMBS Streaming New Track “Deathtripper”

Tombs-Savage-Gold-620x620We’ve already gotten one bite at the new Tombs album and now the band is offering us another. This time around, the band has treated us to the track “Deathripper,” which is pretty rad. For the majority of the track, it’s pretty mellow and haunting but towards the end things really pick up. Check out the track after the jump and get yourself a sweet dose of Tombs.     Continue reading

TOMBS Streaming New Track “Edge Of Darkness”

Tombs-Savage-Gold-620x620New York metal out fit Tombs will be releasing their new album this June and the band has just dropped a blistering, blackened new track that will take you to the “Edge Of Darkness.” Get it? Well, enough of the puns, you NEED to hear this track. If you don’t do anything else today, get a dose of Tombs after the jump.     Continue reading

TOMBS To Release New Album “Savage Gold”

Tombs have announced the release of their third full length album, Savage Gold. The new outing was produced by Hate Eternal’s Erik Rutan and will be released on June 6th (Germany/Benelux), June 9th (UK/World) and June 10th (North America) via Relapse Records. You can check out the album’s cover art, track listing, and forthcoming tour dates after the break. Pre-order information will be released in the coming weeks.

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TOMBS Working On New Material

According to a recent Facebook update, Tombs are making great progress with their new record. The band hinted at the possibility of seventy-seven minutes of new music and the possibility of a 4xLP. No word yet on when we will get hear the follow up to 2011’s Path of Totality. Check out the official statement below.

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Best Of 2012: Musicians Best Of List Part 3

2012yearWe here at American Aftermath are readying our very own year end lists, to be unleashed this Friday. We have asked some friends and musicians to submit their very own Best of 2012 List, which we will be posting throughout the week and here we go. Read on to find out what members of Tombs, Hooded Menace, Call Of The Void, Jungle Juice and Encrust were jamming to this year.     Continue reading

Dark, Damp Passageways: TOMBS Release New Music Video

I really dig Tombs, Brooklyn’s… Well, very extreme metal band. These dudes cross so many genres that I still haven’t found a good place to label them. I was a big fan of their last album Path Of Totality, although I didn’t get around to listening to it until after year-end lists went live. It’s an amazing record and one song that really stood out to me on that album was “Passageways” and now, thanks to Scion A/V, we have a killer music video to go along with with it.

The video is great, seeing as it’s a standard “band-playing-live” video. Check it out below and enjoy. Tell us what you think in the comments section.

This Path Is The Right One: TOMBS Mourning Jam

Good mourning, faithful readers. This morning I wanted to kick things off with Tombs‘ latest album Path Of Totality because this record is amazing and it’s actually one I sort of slept on last year when it was released. It’s great… whatever Tombs is classified as. Sit back and enjoy.

Now Playing… : Relapse Records Edition

Well, there seem to be a lot of new albums currently streaming around the web, especially from the Relapse Records Roster. I’ve already listened to a few of these and some I am very eager to hear.

 

First off, Murder Construct’s debut EP is now streaming via MetalSucks.net. This album is fucking killer. What else would you expect from a band consisting of members of Cattle Decapitation, Bad Acid Trip, Exhumed and Fetus Eaters? Very gnar.

 

Broughton Rules are streaming their Relapse debut, Bounty Hunter 1853 now on BroughtonRules.info. I don’t know much about this band. They have an interesting sound. Not sure if I’m into it or not, might take a few listens to determine.

 

 

Control Denied’s The Fragile Art of Existence Reissue is currently streaming on ControlDenied.info. Be sure to check this out if you’ve never heard it. I mean, it’s fucking Chuck Schuldiner.

 

 

Misery Index are currently streaming their newest grind-fest, Heirs To Theivery at this location. Gnar be with you.

 

 

 

 

Tombs are streaming their collection of oldies, rarities and split-ies, Fear Is The Weapon right now on WinterHours.info.

 

 

 

One of the most excitable streams for me: Phobia’s Unrelenting is currently streaming via Lambgoat. It. Is. Fucking. Amazing. PHOBIA!

 

 

 

Last, but not least: Father Befouled have their newest piece of destruction, death and blasphemy, Morbid Destitution of Covenant exclusively at Zero Tolerance.

 

 

 

 

It is very likely some of these albums will make last minute additions to my Best of 2010 list, which will be posted December 1st.