St. Petersburg, FL instrumental post-rock band Set and Setting are about to release their third full-length album, Reflectionless, tomorrow (January 27). But before they do, they’ve offered up a stream of the entire record via Noisey. Guitarist Shane Handal comments: Continue Reading
Danish metallers Rising have released a previously-unreleased track, which was recorded during the recording sessions of their 2016 album, Oceans Into Their Graves. The track is titled “Beautiful Tomorrow” and shows the band really capitalizing on the prog and classic metal influences that permeated throughout the aforementioned album. The song can be streamed and downloaded after the break.
The band is currently immersed in the writing process of their fourth full-length album, which is to be recorded sometime in the fall with producer Jacob Bredahl.
The band have also announced a string of tour dates, including festival appearances, for the new year. Those dates can be found after the break.
With a formidable amalgam of 90s crust, Pacific Northwestern dark hardcore and Swedish d-beat at their disposal, Minneapolis’ Hive create hardcore anthems for the impending apocalypse. Their stampedes of gritty, metallic anguish, which were first captured on their 2015 EP, are a must listen for fans of His Hero is Gone, Cursed and angry music as a whole. The band are poised to release their debut full-length album, titled Parasitic Twin, this April via Crown and Throne Ltd (official street date pending) and we here at Svbterranean have the first official taste of the record.
The first taste of Parasitic Twin comes in the form of “Intruder”, a furious three-minute onslaught of piss and vinegar. Grimy guitars collide head-on with bestial bass lines and pummeling percussion for optimal aural destruction. It’s fast, pissed off and has riffs for days. Need we say more?
Stream the track after the break.