Australian death/doom masters Inverloch have premiered their forthcoming full-length, Distance | Collapsed, at Noisey. The record will officially be released Friday, March 4, via Relapse Records. Pre-orders can still be obtained here. Distance | Collapsed is a beast of a record that features all of the churning death metal, elephantine sludge, dismal doom and depressive funeral marches one can handle. Get pummeled at this location.
Soulfly have announced a new U.S. headlining tour in support of their 2015 album, Archangel. The trek will begin on April 22 in San Antonio and will conclude on May 20 in Los Angeles. The band will be supported by death metal legends Suffocation, Detroit thrash unit Battlecross, Abnormality and Lody Kong. The touring schedule can be found after the break.
Yesterday, Gadget premiered another new track from their upcoming album, The Great Destroyer, at CVLT Nation. The new track is titled “Pillars of Filth” and it hits with right amount of groove and unbridled rage. Those who liked the bands output so far will have no complaints with this tune. Check it out here.
The Great Destroyer will be released on March 11 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.
As mentioned Monday, there will be five new tracks from Gadget this week. Another one is slated to premiere sometime today.
Miami noise rock quartet Wrong (ex-Capsule, Torche, etc) have premiered a new track from their upcoming self-titled full-length at Noisey. The new track is titled “Turn In” and fans of Helmet, Handsome and the like will have a field day with it. Bellowing, gritty riffs, metallic bass lines, cataclysmic drumming and dissonant leads all make an appearance on this blood-boiling track. Check it out after the break.
Wrong will be released on April 29 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.
Italian death metal/grindcore outfit Haemophagus have announced the release of their third full-length album and follow-up to 2014’s Atrocious. The new record will bear the title Stream of Shadows and is slated to be released during the summer months of 2016 via Selfmadegod. The album was recorded, engineered and mixed in Palermo by Silvio “Spadino” Punzo at Tone Deaf Studios, and Dan Randall will handle the mastering at Mammoth Sound in Santa Cruz, California. More info on the album to be released in the coming months. In the meantime, check out the band’s back catalog on Bandcamp.
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Copenhagen metallers Rising have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Oceans Into Their Graves, at Revolver. Titled “Old Jealousy”, the new tune unleashes destructive, infectious sludge full of memorable, driving riffs and earworm melodies. Check out the elephantine, catchy track after the break.
Oceans Into Their Graves will be released on April 29 in conjunction with Indisiciplinarian and Earsplit Distro. Pre-order here or here.