Creepsylvanian splatterthrashers Ghoul have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Dungeon Bastards, at Revolver. Tilted “Bringer of War”, the rambunctious new tune effortlessly combines gore-fueled death metal and thrash in true Ghoul fashion. Stream the track now.
Dungeon Bastards will be released on July 29 via Tankcrimes. Pre-order here.
The band’s upcoming tour dates can be seen below.
Italian technical death metal outfit Deceptionist are currently streaming their newly released full-length, Initializing Irreversible Process. The album is official out today via Unique Leader Records and can be purchased at this location. Just like most technical death metal acts, Deceptionist are all about furuious, frenzied bursts of complexity. But it is the band’s emphasis on groove, catchiness and memorability that gives them a creative edge over the competition. Check out the album in full after the break.
Wyoming’s Reproacher‘s cold and unforgiving sonic nature mirrors the emptiness of the desolate plains that stretch across their home state. With raw, dissonant sonic assaults, and lyrics that deal with the futility of existence, the Cheyenne quartet create an atmosphere of complete aural devastation. Since their 2011 self-titled release, the band have been gradually becoming darker, more unhinged and have been delving deeper into abstraction. With Nature’s Bastard, their third full-length offering, Reproacher have completed their transformation. The darkened metallic hardcore stylings of their previous releases have almost all been eradicated from the scene in favor of something more dismal, complex and sinister sounding. This is the Reproacher that Reproacher always wanted and needed to be.
Swedish metal enigma Terra Tenebrosa are currently streaming their new full-length album, The Reverses. The album is officially out today in Europe via Debemur Morti Productions (North American release date July 22) and can be picked up here. The album, much like group’s previous two, is a dense, multifaceted work that amalgamates various styles from all across the heavy music spectrum into a chaotic blitzkrieg of sound that defies categorization. Check it out after the break.
Floridian post-hardcore outfit Frameworks have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Smother, at A.V. Club. “Fear of Missing Out”, the album’s opening number, barrels out of the gate with melodic, storming chord progressions propelled by emotionally-charged vocal work. Give the track a listen at this location.
Smother will be released on July 8 via Deathwish Inc.
Kansas-based death metallers Unmerciful (ex-Origin, ex-Gorguts, etc) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Ravenous Impulse, at Decibel. The blistering eponymous new jam features a dizzying array of flesh-ripping death metal that is equal parts technical and straightforward and vicious. Check out the track after the break.
Ravenous Impulse will be released on July 22 via Unique Leader Records. Pre-order here.
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Washington riff conjurers Mos Generator have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Abyssinia, at Revolver. Titled “Strangest Times”, the new track unleashes stoner metal adjacent, blues-tinged heavy rock that is full of bludgeoning, catchy riffs and hazy-eyed solo work. Guitarist/vocalist Tony Reed said of the track:
“I like getting directly to the guts of things at the beginning of a record. Within two seconds after it starts, ‘Strangest Times’ is in full flight and all instruments and vocals are in play. It’s a pusher about the weight of guilt and the sacrifices people make to move through this life with one another. Unlike some of the other material on Abyssinia, it’s a very typical Mos Generator song. Quick and to the point a very fun to play live.”
Check out the track here.
The band’s current touring schedule can be seen below.