Denver’s Wayfarer have released a new track from their forthcoming album, Old Souls, which is due out on June 17 via Prosthetic Records. The new track is the blistering, yet melodic “Catcher”, which unleashes shape-shifting post-black metal across five minutes. Triumphant marching chords bleed into intricate acoustic ballads and blast beat-laden blackened stampedes on this genre-defying tune.
Check out the track below.
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NYC-based experimentalists Psalm Zero
have premiered a new track from their upcoming sophomore LP, Stranger to Violence
, at Spin.
Titled “Pay Tomorrow”, the new track features gloomy vocals, danceable industrial drum machines, poppy metallic guitars and a myriad of vibrant synths. The track has an overall catchy, 80s vibe to it that will call bands like Killing Joke
and even some of the earliest synthpop acts to mind. Frontman Charlie Looker commented on the new track:
“‘Pay Tomorrow’ is a song about a few different things at once: drug addiction, debt/credit, Ponzi or pyramid schemes, and financial collapse,…In general it’s about maniacally short-sighted, non-sustainable modes of being.”
Check out the track after the break.
Stranger to Violence will be released on July 15 via Profound Lore.
Brutal death unit Internal Suffering have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length, Cyclonic Void of Power, at Stereogum. Tilted “Unleash the Antarctic Colossus”, the brutalizing new tune is comprised of pulverizing drumming and dismembering death metal riffs that range from complex blitzkriegs to bone-crushing slam bits. Check out the ultra heavy track now.
Cyclonic Void of Power will be released on June 24 via Unique Leader. Pre-order here.