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Every Time I Die have premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Low Teens, over at Alternative Press. Titled “Glitches”, the new track showcase the Buffalo outfit in top form as combines metallic hardcore speed and muscle with mathcore angularity. Vocalist Keith Buckley comments:
“I wrote what would eventually become the lyrics to ‘Glitches’ after the terrorist attack in Paris when it was revealed to me just how mentally unprepared I was to deal with tragedy of that caliber,…All of my training in Transcendental Meditation went out the window. was scared and uncertain and angry. The system of peace and patience I thought I had established disappeared and what remained was my old ugly self. I learned quickly that nothing can prepare you for an anomaly. For a glitch.”
Check it out after the break.
Low Teens will be released on September 23. Pre-order here.
Chicago trio Mine Collapse have premiered their forthcoming self-titled EP at Heavy Blog Is Heavy. The EP will officially be released this Friday, July 22, via Nefarious Industries and can be picked up here. This short, but sweet EP features four tumultuous tunes that tow the line between noise rock and post-hardcore, throwing some sludge and other influences here and there for good measure. Check it out now.
Italian noise makers MoRkObOt have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, GoRgO, over at New Noise Magazine. Titled “Gorokta”, the new track pummels the listener with rambunctious rhythms, muscular, angular dual-bass riffs and a myriad of colorful effects and other sonic eccentricities. The band comments:
“This song starts with a simple heavy riff and goes on through all of its different sections following the key of mutation. Time compressions and metric modulations alter the rhythmical structure while melodies interchange roles and continuously shift the listener’s perception. Sometimes changes happen in subtle ways but most of the time mutations fall abruptly into one another interlocking different alien sceneries. Crashing, fizzling, devastating.”
Check out the track now.
GoRgO will be released on September 16 via Supernatural Cat Records.
Singapore grind act Wormrot are making a return, grinding our faces off the only way they know how. I’m beyond excited for this release and I can’t wait to hear all 20 songs in 17 minutes worth of grind. The new album, Voices, will be released through Earache Records on October 14th 2016. Listen to the track after the jump!
Chicago’s Something Is Waiting have premiered their forthcoming debut album, The Something Is Waiting Band, over at Brooklyn Vegan. The album will officially be released this Friday, July 22, via The Path Less Traveled Records. Fans of catchy grooves, noise rock or the band’s sister act, Jar’d Loose, will not want to miss out on this record. Check it out now.