Minnesota brutal death unit Face of Oblivion recently premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Cataclysmic Desolation, at ToMetal. Titled “Futility”, the new track is chock full of pummeling blast beats and churning, disemboweling riffs, all of which are propelled by fittingly vile vocal performances from Jesse Watson (Incinerate). Check out the track now.
Cataclysmic Desolation will be released on November 11 via Comatose Music. Pre-order here.
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Georgian chaos bringers Dying Whale have announced their induction into the Nefarious Industries for the release of their new full-length album. The new record will be titled Last Moments of Misery and will be released in the early months of 2017. The record was was tracked at Earthsound Studios in the band’s hometown of Valdosta, Georgia, with engineer/producer Lee Dyess (Mayday Parade, From First to Last, I Set My Friends on Fire), and features vocal contributions from Rich Weinberger (Gatherers), Jeff Hill (Machinist!), Kelby Clark (Divorce Ring), Nannen Gatchell (Smiler), and Victor Skamiera (Fero Lux).
More info on this release is due to be unveiled in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out Dying Whale‘s previous releases here.
Technical/progressive death metal outfit Burial in the Sky have premiered their forthcoming LP, Persistence of Thought, at Metal Injection. The album will officially be released this Friday, November 4, via the band themselves and can be purchased here. The album six grandiose tracks full of technical virtuosity and interstellar flair that is sure to please fans of the genre’s most forward-thinking acts. Check it out now.
Rhode Island noise rockers Doomsday Student (ex-Arab on Radar, et al) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, A Self-Help Tragedy, at Brooklyn Vegan. Titled “Fight and Flight”, the track is comprised of lurching, twitching and wailing guitar conjurations that a possess a bizarre sense of melody that is hidden beneath layers of atonal madness. Check out the track after the break.
A Self-Help Tragedy will be released on December 2 via Three One G and Skin Graft Records. Pre-order here.
Belarus-based trio Nebulae Come Sweet are poised to release their debut full-length album, It Is Not the Night That Covers You, on November 17. The record is quite the expansive one that weaves together trudging post-metal and serene post-rock with atmospheric and symphonic flair. It’s a gloomy and melancholic opus that sounds simultaneously familiar and alien. Fans of Isis or Junius might want to keep an eye out for this release.
Today, Svbterranean is excited to premiere the album’s closing track, “Santa Sangre”. The track is one of the more straightforwardly aggressive cuts on the release, with its unyielding barrage of thunderous sludge that is enshrouded in ethereal atmospherics. The track also features guest vocals from Kristoffer Bäckström of Swedish sludge outfit Moloken. Check out the song after the break and make sure to purchase the album at this location.