Philadelphia metal legends Starkweather have premiered a new track from their forthcoming split with Concealment via Invisible Oranges. The track in question is the massive “Divided By Zero”, which unleashes unyielding, complex aural assaults for nearly 30 full minutes. Frontman Rennie Resmini said the following of the track: Continue Reading
Montreal progressive death metal outfit Augury have announced the release of their third full-length album, and follow-up to 2009’s Fragmentary Evidence. The record, which was mixed and mastered by Cryptopsy guitarist Chris Donaldson, will be titled Illusive Golden Age and will be released on March 30 via The Artisan Era. The band said the following regarding the upcoming effort: Continue Reading
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German winterdoom outfit Phantom Winter have debuted a new track from their impending third full-length, Into Dark Science. The track in question is titled “Frostcoven” and is a gloomy and pummeling affair full of lumbering post-metal and melancholic atmospherics. The band issued the following comments regarding the track:
Fucked and Bound crank out 20 minutes of no-holds-barred hardcore on their debut full-length, Suffrage.
In stark contrast to sister band He Whose Ox Is Gored, this Seattle quartet is all speed, grit and fury. Blending hardcore old and new with a dash of powerviolence and metallic hardcore, Fucked and Bound embrace the sound of the Seattle hardcore scene while showing off their own flair. In just 20 minutes’ time the band deliver 13 heavy-hitting tracks overflowing with seething angst, heightened by topics such as feminism and nihilism. It’s confrontational in the best way possible. Continue Reading
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Salt Lake City doom duo Eagle Twin have announced the release of their long-awaited third full-length album. The album, which follows 2012’s The Feather Tipped the Serpent’s Scale, will be titled The Thundering Heard (Songs of Hoof and Horn) and will be released on March 30 via Southern Lord. The band issued the following comments regarding the release:
Chicago noise punk trio High Priests are poised to release their debut full-length album, Spinning, this spring via Triple Eye Industries. The forthcoming record is a 30-minute powerhouse of angular guitars, venomous snark, and AmRep/Touch & Go inspired grit. Fans of Karp, Frodus and all things noisy will want to keep an eye out for this one.
In anticipation for its release we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s opening track, “Control”. The short but sweet noise rock anthem is brimming with metallic bass lines, caustic guitars, and an impeccable sense of groove. This catchy, yet throttling tune is further heightened by a steady rhythmic pulse and throat-searing vocals. It’s a fun kick in the teeth and you can stream it after the break.
Spinning will be released on March 23.
Orphaned Land are back with their 6th full-length album Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs. So why is the village noise enthusiast reviewing an album by Israel’s premier Progressive Metal band? Cause this noise head was and still sometimes is a prog head. Just beat me up and stuff me in a locker already.
On their sophomore full-length record, Viscères, Bind Torture Kill unleash dark and furious hardcore assaults that refuse to show mercy. This Lyon-based trio is armed to the teeth with grimy dissonance and volatility, resulting in an intense and chaotic listen that will have fans of the ugliest hardcore has to offer completely enamored. Although the year has just begun, the genre will be hard-pressed to crank out something as vicious as this in the months to come.
Svbterranean recently caught up with guitarist Yann Alexandre to discuss the band’s sound, the new record and more.
New Jersey dissonant death metal trio Replicant have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album. The new record, which follows 2016’s Worthless Desires, will be titled Negative Life and will be released on March 23 via PRC Music. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break, while a stream of new track “Chaotic Neutral” can be found at Decibel.
Pre-order the record here.
Blackened hardcore quartet Centuries have premiered their forthcoming full-length, The Lights of This Earth Are Blinding, via Metal Hammer. The record is officially due out this Friday, January 26, via Southern Lord and can be purchased here. The band issued the following comments to Metal Hammer regarding the new effort:
“From bringing children into this world to slowly losing the ones we love and how we choose to cope with an always looming self doubt.”
Check out the record after the break.
Read our review of the record here.