Spinebreaker‘s Ice Grave is currently holding one of the highest spots within my most anticipated albums of 2016. These deathcrushers brand of crust-lade death metal is fucking noteworthy and these guys are definitely going to make a name for themselves. The band has just released a new track via Revolver and you can check it out right now. Stream the track below. Get destroyed. Continue reading
Hush., one of the raddest, sickest, filthiest bands to emerge in the last few years has won Lane heart as well as mine. These crushing sludge-slingers are prepping their new EP Nihil Unbound, which will see an early 2016 release. The band has teamed up with Toilet Ov Hell to stream a new track titled “Shinda Inu No Shashin.” Check out the track below. IT CRUSHES SO HARD. Continue reading
Love Sex Machine, a band that emerged from nowhere and released a phenomenal record a few years ago has announced that they will be releasing a new album titled Asexual Anger. We don’t have an exact release date just yet, but we do know it will be out in February. We also got the albums artwork, which is awesome, and the track list which you can see after the jump. Get stoked. Continue reading
German darkened hardcore outfit Throwers have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Loss, at CVLT Nation. The new track is the album’s opening number, “Singularity”, which churns out grumpy, down-tuned hardcore assaults that bleed into brooding, melancholic passages and back again. Check out the tune now.
Loss will be released on January 15 via Golden Antenna Records.
North Carolina death metallers Atrocious Abnormality have released a new track from their upcoming sophomore full-length and follow-up to 2007’s Echoes of the Rotting, Formed in Disgust. The new track is titled “Exterminate the Apostles” and it features all of corpse grinding brutal death needed to appease death metal fans of all shapes and sizes. The drumming is pulverizing, the guitars are gruesome, the bass is metallic and grumbling and the vocals are the vile icing on the cake. Check it out after the break along.
Southern California metallic hardcore outfit God’s Hate have announced the release of their debut full-length record. The record, which was recorded with producer Taylor Young, will be titled Mass Murder and will be released on February 5 via Closed Casket Activities. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with a stream of new track, “Violent Procreation”. Check it out below.
In January Agoraphobic Nosebleed will unleash the first of four EPs (one headed by a different member of the band) called Arc and thrust by vocalist Kat Katz. The band have unveiled a new track from the three-song, sludge EP titled “Not A Daughter” and it is amaze. Check out the track below and see what’s good. Continue reading
Rhode Island powerviolence outfit Fucking Invincible have premiered their upcoming EP, I Hate Myself and I Want You to Die, at Noisey. The EP will officially be released Friday, December 18, via Atomic Action Records and can be purchased here. In less than 10 minutes, Fucking Invincible provides all of the blood pumping hardcore needed to start the day. Check it out now.
The band will be going on tour in late February. Those dates can be found after the break.
German black metal horde Humanitas Error Est have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Human Pathomorphism, at CVLT Nation. Titled “Pain Feeder”, the track unleashes legions of lurching, malevolent riffs and cranial crushing drumming aimed at dragging the listener to Hell with them. Check out the tune at this location now.
Human Pathomorphism will be released on January 11 via Satanath Records. Pre-order here.
French progressive metal unit Hypno5e have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Shores of the Abstract Line, at Metal Sucks. Titled “East Shore – In Our Deaf Lands”, the nearly 13-minute track combines complex, groove heavy metallic attacks with lengthy sections of sprawling cinematics and post-rock sensibilities. Check out the behemoth tune after the break.
Shores of the Abstract Line will be released on February 19 via Pelagic Records.
Wyoming grimy hardcore outfit Reproacher have released a new track from their upcoming third full-length and follow-up to 2013’s Nothing to Save, Nature’s Bastard, which is due out sometime in 2016. Titled “Poisonous Miasmas”, the new misanthropic tune churns out dissonant, malformed hardcore that writhes and shifts into grumbling doom territory and back again. Check it out after the break along with the album’s artwork and track listing. The album’s lyrics can be found here.
Chilean death thrash unit Ripper have released a new track from their upcoming full-length album, Experiment of Existence. Titled “Neuronal Unity”, the new four-minute powerhouse churns out high octane, hellacious thrash that aims at tearing listeners limb from limb. Check it out after the break along with the album’s artwork and track listing.
Experiment of Existence will be released on March 4 via Unspeakable Axe (CD) and Dark Descent (Vinyl)
French post-metal outfit The Lumberjack Feedback have premiered their upcoming full-length, Blackened Visions, at doom-metal.com The album will officially be released on January 15 via Kaotoxin Records and can be purchased here. Armed with two drummers and massive doom chops, this French quintet craft quite the massive sounding record. Check out the album at this location.
Industrial cyborg Author & Punisher have announced string of winter European tour dates in support of this year’s Melk En Honing LP. The trek will begin on January 16 in Rouen, France and will conclude on February 4 in Milan, Italy. The full schedule can be found after the break.
Cinematic grindcore outfit Graf Orlock will unload their new record Crime Traveler in the new year and MetalSucks has released a new track titled “Difficult Decisions In The Yutani Mess Hall.” This track, like every Graf track, fucking destroys. Check it out after the jump. Let the paaaaain begin. Continue reading