Washington grind band The Drip have premiered their new track “Anathema” via Decibel. The song is off of their upcoming release, The Haunting Fear of Inevitability, and is an onslaught of corrosive, pummeling grindcore. Check it out after the break. Continue Reading
Experimental black metallers Krallice are offering up a stream of their new track “Hate Power” off of their upcoming album, Prelapsarian, as part of Adult Swim’s Singles Series Program. In classic Krallice form, “Hate Power” is a relentlessly fast, technically proficient track, filled with complex guitar work, mechanical drumming and minimal, anxious vocals. Check it out after the break. Continue Reading
Floridian metallic doomsayers Weltesser have debuted the official video for their new track “Rats” through Brooklyn Vegan. The crushing and dismal track, which is set to images of the innards of a decaying building, will appear on the group’s forthcoming Crestfallen LP, which is due out on February 10, 2017 via Prosthetic Records. Vocalist/guitarist Nate Peterson said the following regarding the new tune:
Experimental weirdos SEE? (Bangladeafy, Spacehog, Netherlands, et al ) have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Lightening on Your Thames, at Decibel. Titled “See 6”, the track is a drug-induced crawl of groaning bass, schizoid guitars and malfunctioning electronic noise. The band’s Timo Ellis said of the track:
Malta-based death metallers Beheaded have premiered the title track (with accompanying lyric video) to their forthcoming album, Beast Incarnate, at Decibel. The track is a maelstrom of churning, incendiary riffs that maintain a sense of melody while being absolutely crushing at the same time. The band said of the new song and video:
Experimental black metal entity Gnaw Their Tongues has premiered its forthcoming full-length, Hymns For the Broken, Swollen and Silent, at CVLT Nation. The record will officially be released this Friday, December 9 via Consouling Sounds (vinyl), Tartarus Records (cassette), Bandcamp (digital) and Crucial Blast (CD-coming December 16). Those familiar with the outfit will know exactly what they are getting themselves into. Those unacquainted will be taken aback by the dismal melding of harsh noise, industrial madness, haunting soundscapes and unhinged black metal. Check it out now.