North Carolina death metallers Abhorrent Deformity have released the official video for their track, “Boundless Suffering”, which appears on the group’s most recent Entity of Malevolence LP. The humorous video shows the band trying to come up with ideas for the video, only for shenanigans to ensue. Check out the clip after the break.
Entity of Malevolence is available now via Comatose Music and can be purchased here.
UK one-man death metal/grind/black metal hybrid Foul Body Autopsy have announced the release of its new EP and follow-up to 2014’s So Close to Complete Dehumanization EP. The new EP will be titled Perpetuated by Greed and will be released on February 26 via Grindscene Records (Europe) and Comatose Music (North America). Foul Body Autopsy‘s sole member, Tom Reynolds, comments on the upcoming effort:
“The concept behind the new Foul Body Autopsy record is… Everything Is Completely Fucked!…
It’s a refection of how messed up the world is at the moment, and thanks to the right wing turn in politics and in the media a mood of fear and paranoia has taken hold. There are families drowning in the sea, running from the crossfire of blood thirsty extremist death cult and a desperate amoral military dictatorship, and instead of trying to help there are governments doing everything in their power to stop refugees getting to safety. As well as that, we have national newspapers here giving people, and someone in particular, space in their rag to call these affected people cockroaches! We have a Prime Minister who says that anyone that opposes war is a “terrorist sympathiser” and if we look across the pond things are not that much better… a man that looks like a biological car crash is running for president and most of the things he says are completely false but because most of his followers don’t trust the media he can create his own insane reality and have thousands of people blindly agree with him. The future isn’t looking too great.”
The album’s artwork, track listing and trailer can be found after the break along with a stream of So Close to Complete Dehumanization.
Pre-order the EP here.
Portland progressive doom outfit Eight Bells have premiered a new track from their upcoming sophomore record, Landless, at Brooklyn Vegan and its sister site Invisible Oranges. Titled “Hold My Breath”, the sprawling eight-minute track cycles through ethereal atmospheres, bouncing melodic progressions, icy post-rock interludes, soaring vocals and an explosive black metal. Check out the tune after the break.
Landless will be released on February 12 via Battleground Records. Pre-orders can be found here.
Eight Bells will embark on a mini tour on January 28 that will extend through February 5, at which point the band will meet up with Voivod and Vektor for a 21-date trek. Those dates can be found below.
[Photo by Aga Hairesis]
Pennsylvania-based hardcore outfit Wisdom in Chains have released the official track for their track “Violent Americans”. The track, which comes from the band’s most recent record The God Rhythm, is set to a 27 Black-directed performance clip that is spliced together with 60-year-old film footage. The video can be viewed after the break.
Wisdom in Chains will embark on a short European trek next week alongside Ignite, Iron Reagan, Terror, H20, Twitching Tongues and Risk It. Those dates can be found after the break as well.
Intronaut have announced a spring North American headlining run in support of their most recent effort, The Direction of Last Things. The tour will being on March 15 in Los Angeles and will wrap up on April 13 in San Francisco. The band will be supported by German post-metal giants The Ocean and Arizona sludge outfit North. Check out the full list of dates after the break.
Between the Buried and Me have announced an extensive co-headlining run with August Burns Red that will commence this spring. The trek will begin on March 4 and will conclude on April 17, with Between the Buried and Me following up the tour with appearances at Carolina Rebellion on May 6 in Concord, North Carolina, and Rock on the Range in Columbus, Ohio. Additional support on the tour will come from The Faceless and Good Tiger. The full routing can be found after the break.