Ohio sludge veterans Fistula and fellow sludge makers Come to Grief have announced a handful of spring North American tour dates in support of their recently released split 7″. The trek will begin on May 1 in Philadelphia and conclude on May 13 in Portland, Maine. Check out the touring schedule after the break and purchase the split at this location.
Philadelphia avant-metal outfit Cleric have announced a new string of North American tour dates in support of their most recent full-length, Retrocausal. The tour will extend from March 15 through April 6 and will see the band accompanied by Seven)Suns and Pyrrhon on select dates. Check out the touring schedule as they currently stand after the break and stream Retrocausal.
Denver psychedelic doomsayers Green Druid have announced the release of their debut full-length record. The record will be titled Ashen Blood and will be released on March 16 via Earache Records. The band issued the following statement regarding the release: Continue Reading
Metallic hardcore act Broken Cross have premiered the title track to its forthcoming album, Militant Misanthrope, via Decibel. Project founder Niklas Holm issued the following comments regarding the track:
Experimental outfit Insect Ark have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Marrow Hymns, via Revolver. The new track is the doom-laden “Sea Harps” and it is as psychedelic and ethereal as it is menacing and lurching. Project mastermind Dana Schechter says of the track:
“‘Sea Harps,’ a favorite in our live sets, is loosely based on the Greek myth of the Sirens. Broadcasting an ominous and lonely call into the night, the Sirens’ song was irresistible to all who heard it, luring sailors to an untimely and violent death.”
Check out the track after the break.
Marrow Hymns will be released on February 23 via Profound Lore.