Portland, OR noisy doom/sludge outfit the body have released “Hallow/Hollow”, the second single off of their upcoming pop-influenced album, No One Deserves Happiness. The track itself is a somber and paced venture that manages to packet the band’s signature artillery shell brashness with an eerie sereneness courtesy of a touch of orchestral trombone and the singing of Chrissy Wolpert of the Assembly of Light Choir. Stream “Hallow/Hollow” exclusively over at NPR here and pre-order the March 18th-expected No One Deserves Happiness over at Thrill Jockey Records here.
Spanish technical death metal outfit Wormed have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Krighsu, at Stereogum. The new track is titled “Agliptian Codex Cyborgization” and it hurts in the best way possible. The song churns and grinds with seizure-like intensity and its complexity provides some sweet, sweet psychological torment. Check it out right now!
Krighsu will be released on March 25 via Season of Mist. Pre-order here.
Greek death metal outfit Murder Made God have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Enslaved, at Decibel. Tilted “The Titan, the Fighter and the Thief”, the new tune churns out down-tuned, skull-crushing death metal supremacy in abundance. To put it simply, it is devastating. Check out the track here.
Enslaved will be released on April 15 via Comatose Music. Pre-order here.
Stockholm hardcore quartet Victims have premiered a new track from their upcoming record, Sirens, at Decibel. Titled “Walls, the new track features dark, raw, crusty stampedes of furious riffs and pulverizing percussion. It’s the perfect punch in the face needed to start the day! Check out the track here.
Sirens will be released on April 15 via Tankcrimes Records.
Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates after the break.