Pittsburgh death/thrash outfit Hemotoxin have released a new track from their upcoming album, Biological Enslavement, which is due out on April 15 via Unspeakable Axe Records. The new track in question is the album’s closing number, “Transparent Eyes”. The high octane, shredding tune combines elements of old school death metal and thrash into one melodic flurry. Check out the track after the break.
Australian death/doom outfit Inverloch have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Distance | Collapsed, at Invisible Oranges. Titled “From The Eventide Pool”, the new track is depressive, six-minute funeral march that weaves saddened clean guitars with massive, bellowing instrumentation. It’s a slow-churning tune that produces massive results. Check it out at this location.
Distance | Collapsed will be released on March 4 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.
The band’s upcoming tour dates with Usnea can be found after the break.
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Finnish cosmic black metallers Oranssi Pazuzu have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Värähtelijä, at The Wire. The new track is titled “Vasemman Käden Hierarkia” and it is a psychedelic journey that spans over 17 minutes in length. Their unique brand black metal is drenched in a myriad of effects and is interwoven with lengthy passages of haunting, cavernous ambiance. Check out the massive tune now.
Värähtelijä will be released on February 26 via Svart Records (Europe) and 20 Buck Spin (North America).
California noise punks Head Wound City (The Locust, The Blood Brothers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) have announced the release of their first full-length album, and follow-up to their 2005 self-titled EP. The new record, which was recorded with Ross Robinson, will be titled A New Wave of Violence and will be released on May 14 via Vice Records. The record’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break, and the album can be pre-ordered here.
The band also shared the new track “Scraper” via Pitchfork recently. That tune can be streamed after the break.