Photo by Kathleen Kennedy
Dallas-based black metal outfit Tyrannosorceress have announced the release of their debut full-length record. The album, which was recorded and mixed by Irving Lopez and mastered by Brad Boatright, will be titled Shattering Light’s Creation and will see a release through Tofu Carnage Records on June 23. The album follows their 2011 demo, which can be streamed after the break, and will feature six new tracks of bleak, blackened madness.
Check out the album’s artwork, track listing and teaser trailer below.
Copenhagen sludge outfit LLNN and Los Angeles post-metallers Wovoka have announced the release of their forthcoming split LP. The split album will bear the title Marks/Traces and will see a release on June 16 via Pelagic Records on CD, LP and digital formats. LLNN contributes six new tracks to the Marks side of the split, while Wovoka delivers one lengthy composition to the Traces side. The album’s track listing can be found after the break.
LLNN‘s last release, Loss, and Wovoka‘s last release, Saros, can both be found after the break as well.
Pre-orders can be found here and here.
UK-based industrial/noise duo Khost have announced the release of their third full-length record. The effort, which was produced and mixed by the band themselves and mastered by Martin Bowes, will be titled Governance and will see a release on June 16 via Cold Spring Records on digital and CD formats, with vinyl to follow at a later point. The record will feature 10 new tracks and guest contributions from Oxbow‘s Eugene S. Robinson on the track “Cloudbank Mausoleum” and cellist Jo Quail on “Defraction”. The album will also conclude with a remix of the track “Coven” by Tel Aviv artist Adrian Stainburner.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
The band’s past works can be found here.
Photo by Chad Hess
Atlanta noise rock trio Whores. have released a new track in conjunction with their forthcoming performance at Amphetamine Reptile’s Bash 17. The track, which will appear on a special 10″ compilation for the festival, is titled “Flag Day” and is rife with piercing dissonance and muscular, bashing groove. The track can be streamed after the break.
Bash 17 will take place on July 22 at Grumpy’s in Minneapolis. The festival will also feature performances from the Melvins, Cherubs, Mudhoney, Lydia Lunch and The Blind Snake. Tickets for the event can be found here.
Full of Hell have premiered a video for the title-track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Trumpeting Ecstasy, via The Quietus. The abrasive, noisy track features gorgeous guest vocals from Canadian singer/songwriter Nicole Dollanganger, as well as a beat from The Body‘s Lee Buford and guest bass from Converge‘s Kurt Ballou, who also produced the record. The black and white video matches the track’s threatening vibe, and was written, shot and edited by Jordan Musheno and Ian Killian.
Hive‘s brand of bleak, concussive hardcore batters, bruises and comes swinging down violently upon listeners’ heads, much like the scythe that graces their album’s cover.
Comprised of members who have served time in various notable metal and hardcore acts, such as Disembodied, Threadbare, 108, among others, this Minneapolis quartet utilizes the skills they have honed over the years to deliver a dark, driving and expertly crafted hardcore album with Parasitic Twin.
Photo by Chris Cassela
The Melvins have announced a 12-week North American summer/fall tour in support of their forthcoming double album/film score, A Walk With Love & Death, which is due out on July 7 via Ipecac Recordings. The tour will begin on July 5 in San Diego and will conclude on October 3 in Flafstaff, Arizona. Spotlights, who will be releasing their Ipecac debut sometime this fall, will be providing support on all dates. The full itinerary can be found after the break.
New Brunswick innovative noise/grind trio Anthesis are set to release their new album, titled The Age of Self, this June. The LP follows several EP and split releases, and marks their first full-length in over seven years, since 2010’s Surface and the Sky.
In anticipation of the new release, the band are offering up a taste of the album right here on Svbterranean, with the punishing track “Empty Vessels.” The song comprises nearly four minutes of abrasive sludgy noise, featuring doom-laden rhythms and dissonant angular guitars, combined in an unorthodox structure and layered with harsh vocals and an overwhelmingly bleak atmosphere. Check it out after the break.
Russian instrumental metal outfit Dark Matter Secret have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Perfect World Creation, via ItDjents. The track in question is the seven-minute “Organic Nucleation”, which weaves together jarring, tech death complexity with emotive progressive flair and shimmering, melodic interludes. Check out the track after the break.
Perfect World Creation will be released on June 2 via The Artisan Era. Pre-order here.
Photo by Chanelle Leslie
Denver’s Abrams have premiered the official video for their new track, “Burned”, via Metal Injection. Culled from the group’s impeding Morning LP, the psychedelic, intricate and sludgy tune is set to a hybrid performance/tour video filmed by Gregg Barclay. Check out the clip after the break.
Morning will be released on June 9 via Sailor Records.