Swedish unorthodox metallers Terra Tenebrosa have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, The Reverses, at No Cleaning Singing. The new track is titled “Ghost at the End of the Rope” and it is pure sonic chaos. Dense, mangled guitars chug, twitch and writhe beneath thick sonic atmospheres and are propelled by thunderous drumming and a sinister myriad of vocals. Check out the track, along with previously released tune “The End is Mine to Ride”, after the break.
The Reverses will be released on June 17 (June 22 in North America) via Debemur Morti Productions.
Salt Lake City experimental doom outfit Subrosa have announced the release of their new full-length record and follow-up to their critically-lauded 2013 release, More Constant Than the Gods. The new album, which was produced by the band’s drummer Andy Patterson, will be titled For This We Fought the Battle of Ages and will be released on August 26 via Profound Lore Records. The album’s artwork, track listing and the band’s upcoming tour dates can be found after the break.
Southern fried hardcore outfit Vices have released their second full-length album for public consumption. The follow-up to 2014’s New Breed is titled Volume None and features eight new tracks of catchy, rock n’ roll-infused punk. Stoner, blues, hardcore and classic rock all make an appearance on this unique and headbang-worthy release. Check it out after the break.
California-based quintet Mountaineer – a new post-metal unit that collects former and current members of Lycus, Secrets of the Sky and Lament Cityscape – have announced that they have completed their first recordings. The band recorded their debut LP in March of this year with engineer Ben Hirschfield and the currently untitled affair is slated to be released later this year via Battleground Records. The band have however released two songs early, “Coma Fever” and “Siren Song”, both of which will be featured on a special 7″ release (limited to 55 copies) that will be available on the band’s upcoming tour dates (dates still pending). All other info on the release is still pending. In the meantime, check out the two new tracks after the break.
Tuscon sludge outfit Methra have premiered the official video for their track “Hartley’s Cult” over at Gear Gods. The grumbling, gritty tune, which will appear on the group’s upcoming Acolyte EP, is set to a clip depicting guitar amps being sacrificed to Peavey. The loose concept of the EP is based around online rumors that a cabal of top amplifier manufacturers had Hartley Peavey killed and replaced with a doppelganger in the late ‘80s to stop the company from collapsing the industry due to low price points.The band says in their own words:
“‘What the heck is Peavey making?’ We all know the truth, Hartley Peavey was killed and replaced with a doppelganger in the late 1980s. Witness the dark truth of the resurrection of Hartley’s Cult.”
Check out the video after the break.
Acolyte will be released on July 4 via Battleground Records. Pre-order here.
Deathgrind supergroup Asphalt Graves (Misery Index, ex-Dying Fetus, The Black Dahlia Murder, etc) have premiered a new track from their upcoming debut LP, The New Primitive, at Invisible Oranges. Tilted “No Feast (Without Cruelty)”, the new track unleashes flesh-ripping grind stylings full of groove, intricacy and galloping mayhem. Check out the track after the break.
The New Primitive is due out on July 8 via Vitriol Records.