Written by Christian Segerstrom
Me and Him Call It Us’ 2006 classic album “Loss” was a significant improvement from their earlier work, in terms of both song writing and production, leaving a lasting impression on the underground scene. Heavily influenced by Daughters and Reversal of Man, the band seamlessly blended screamo and techgrind with ambient interludes and samples throughout, along with absolutely bone crushing breakdowns.
Photo by Bobby Cochran
Chicago’s Russian Circles have announced the release of a new live album. Titled Live At Dunk! Fest 2016, the nine-track live recording captured the band’s performance at the aforementioned Belgian festival last year. The release was mixed by Dallas Thomas (Pelican), mastered by Collin Jordan (Wovenhand, Yob), and is set to be released on April 7 digitally and on limited vinyl (1000 copies) April 14. 350 of said copies can now be pre-ordered through the band’s official webstore.
The official artwork, track listing and teaser video can be found below along with the band’s forthcoming touring schedule.
North Carolinian trio All Hell have premiered a new track/lyric video for their track “I Am the Mist” at Decibel Magazine. The new track, which will appear on the group’s forthcoming The Grave Alchemist LP, strikes a balance between raging thrash metal and gritty black metal. Vocalist/guitarist Jacob Curwen said the following of the track:
Photo by Niela Von Till
Harvestman – the experimental solo project of Neurosis‘ Steve Von Till – has premiered a new track from its upcoming album, Music for Megaliths, via The Quietus. Titled “The Forest is our Temple”, the seven-minute meditative track utilizes various droning instrumentation to create an immersive, transcendental experience. Check out the tune after the break.
Music for Megaliths will be released on May 19 via Neurot Recordings.