Italian psychedelic doomsayers Ufomammut have premiered their forthcoming album, 8, via The Obelisk. The record will officially be released this Friday, September 22, via Neurot Recordings and can be purchased here. The band said the following of the new effort: Continue Reading
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, etc) have premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated upcoming album, Hostage Animal
, via Metal Hammer. Titled “Blood Wet Teeth”, the new track is a two-minute stormer full of stampeding, hardcore grit and muscular, chugging beatdowns. It’s heavy, to say the least. Check it out after the break.
Hostage Animal will be released on October 27 via Southern Lord.
Before Killswitch Engage became a household name in the world of heavy music, before “that dude with the dreadlocks” was the singer in Shadows Fall, there was Overcast, and they were the heaviest of all. Why they ever broke up to splinter into these other bands is a mystery to me, similar to why white guys with dreadlocks get mentioned in almost everything I write for Svbterranean. If you keep reading though, all is revealed in chapter 12. Continue Reading
Denver’s Primitive Man reach the apex of their insurmountably heavy and unflinchingly misanthropic and demoralizing sound with their aptly titled sophomore full-length, Caustic.
Due to their intense, foreboding sound and visual style and prolific nature, Primitive Man have been making quite the name for themselves and have been turning more and more heads as time passes. It’s not often you hear a band whose feelings of inner turmoil and disdain for humankind feel completely genuine and not fantastical. This Colorado trio seemed to have captured negativity and pessimism in its purest, unadulterated form through audio.
Mysterious Japanese hardcore/powerviolence outfit Friendship have announced the vinyl release of their debut full-length, Hatred. The 25-minute LP was originally released in Japan back in June via Daymare Recordings, but will be given the vinyl treatment by Southern Lord on October 20. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break, along with streams of the tracks “Tortures” and “Life Sentence”.
The band’s previously-released, head-turning I&II EPs can be streamed here.