The new collaborative full-length from The Body and Full of Hell, One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache, can now be streamed in full over at Decibel. The record will be officially released on March 25 via Neurot Records and can be picked up at this location. Fans of both bands’ body of work will have no issue with this colossal record. Check out all the nihilistic noise here.
Both bands’ upcoming European tour dates can be found after the break.
Atlanta “post-goth” trio Dead Register have premiered the official video for their track “Fiber” at Metal Underground. Taken from the upcoming album of the same name, the crushing post-metal meets post-punk track is set to a clip that, as described by the band, “highlights live shots of Dead Register playing interwoven with a desperate story of two souls failing to connect and falling back into their own miseries.” Check out the video after the break.
Fiber will be released on May 6 via AVR Records. Pre-order here.
Spanish technical death metal outfit Wormed have premiered the official video for their track “Computronium Pulsar Nanarchy” at Terrorizer. Taken from the group’s new full-length Krighsu, the bludgeoning track is set to clips of the band performing spliced with interstellar, technological and molecular images. The band told Terrorizer:
“Before this apocalyptic scenario took place, in the other arm of the galaxy, the CONEKTNITY project foresaw it, activating the Neomorph Protocol, commonly called “The awakening of the one hundred Chryms”. A cyborg army, saved for an event that would threat human existence.
These powerful Chryms were designed to establish life in a safe planetary system.
All woke up, all but one, Krighsu.”
Check out the video after the break.
Krighsu can be be purchased here.
Greek brutal death metal quarter Murder Made God have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Enslaved, at Deadcenter666. The new two-minute stormer is titled “Involuntary Servitude” and it unleashes an onslaught of battering, down-tuned instrumentation. It’s city-leveling drumming and bellowing low-end make for a earth-shattering heavy experience. Check out the track now.
Enslaved will be released on April 15 via Comatose Music. Pre-order here.
No Clean Singing have premiered a new track from Bay Area one-man black metal outfit Palace of Worms. The new track, which comes from the upcoming The Ladder LP, is titled “From the Ash” and it features all of the frostbitten black metal one can muster. Icy, melodic riffs and tumultuous drumming stampede over listeners relentlessly on this aggressive composition. Check out the tune here.
The Ladder will be released on April 8 via Broken Limbs Recordings/Acephale Winter Records/Sentient Ruin Labs
New York experimental black metal outfit Imperial Triumphant have announced the release of a new four-track EP release. The new EP will be titled Inceste and will be released on April 15 via Redefining Darkness Records. Like the band’s previous Abyssal Gods full-length, Inceste was mixed and mastered by Colin Marston at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves. The band had the following to say regarding the new release:
“Inceste is an interpretation of the works of French aristocrat Marquis de Sade. We wanted to make a record that was sordid, invasive, and child like at times. Extreme highs and lows are everywhere on this EP. The music always reflects the lyrics. Nothing on Inceste is stable. Everything instrument bends and twists and wrenches, forcing its way inside of you.”
The band have premiered the EP’s psychologically damned closing track “Breath of Innocence” at Stereogum.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Pre-order the record here.
[Photo by Tyler Bradberry]
LA punks Nomads have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Love It or Leave It, at Mass Appeal. The new track is the high octane “Too Little, Too Late”, which features all of the dirty, no frills hardcore you can handle. It gets straight to the point and leaves listeners battered and bruised in just two minutes time. Check it out here.
Love It or Leave It will be released on April 22 via Melotov Records.
Californian death metallers Inherit Disease have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Ephemeral, at Decibel. Titled “Divergence”, the new track unleashes disemboweling, gore-splattered riffs that rip, shred and bash their way across three-minutes. Nauseating guttural vocals and intense, propulsive drumming only add to the track’s insurmountable heaviness. Check out the track after the break.
Ephemeral will be released on April 8 via Unique Leader Records. Pre-order here.
Oakland death metal trio Necrot have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, The Labyrinth, at CVLT Nation. Titled “Into the Labyrinth”, the hellacious new jam churns out gut-punching riffs, skull-caving drumming and raspy, vile vocals relentlessly. Check out the heavy hitter after the break.
The Labyrinth will be released on April 15 via Tankcrimes Records. Pre-order here.