French sludge outfit Fange have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Purge, at CVLT Nation. Titled “Roy-Vermine”, the new seven-minute tune unleashes darkened metallic grooves that gradually become slower, more menacing and are eventually swallowed by noise. Vocalist Matthias Jungbluth acidic, retching screams pour the right amount of malevolence on the track as well. Check out the track here.
Purge will be released on September 2 via Throatruiner Records and Lost Pilgrims Records.
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Brazilian bass and drum instrumentalists Giant Gutter From Outer Space have released the official video for their track, “Joy and Misery”. The off-kilter, Amphetamine Reptile-meets-Primus track, which comes from the most recent Black Bile LP, is set to a Rafael Dorta-directed clip that splices together clips of the band performing with scenes from the 1921 film “The Phantom Carriage”. Check out the video after the break.
Florida-based post-hardcore outfit Frameworks have premiered their forthcoming full-length album, Smother, at Noisey. The album will officially be released on July 8 via Deathwish and can be picked up at this location. The album shows the band further developing their unique blend of emotive post-hardcore, emo and post-rock. It will get the blood boiling and the tears flowing. Check it out now.
The Body and Full of Hell have announced a string of collaborative North American tour dates in support of their critically-lauded album, One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache. The tour is slated to kick off on August 19 in Vancouver and will wrap up on September 10 in Providence, Rhode Island. The bands will be playing pieces from the aforementioned album, as well as new renditions of songs from their respective discographies. Check out the schedule as it currently stands after the break.
Sludge outfit -(16)- have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length, Lifespan of a Moth, at CVLT Nation. Tilted “Landloper”, the new track churns out five-minutes of bludgeoning, groove-laden riffs that blend classic sludge stylings with the band’s affinity for the darker sides of things. Vocalist Chris Jerue issued the following comments regarding the tune:
“The song ‘Landloper’ is a tension-filled little ditty that deals with the inner craving to quit everything and live off the grid. Or take up residence on a blanket at the beach. Or subsist in the doorway of a bank. It doesn’t fucking matter. Just get yourself anywhere else as soon as possible and become a free, unfettered hominid before time runs out. It’s easily the most negative, positivistic song on the record.”
Check out the track now.
Lifespan of a Moth will be released on July 15 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.
Cult of Luna and Julie Christmas recently premiered the official video for their track, “Chevron”, at Decibel. Taken from their critically-heralded collaborative album Mariner, the nine-minute track is set to an array of kaleidoscopic visuals put together by director Javier Longobardo. Check out the clip after the break.
Cult of Luna and Julie Christmas will be playing a short series of shows in November, in which they will be performing their album from start to finish. Those dates can be found below as well.