California’s Deafheaven have released a new track from their highly-anticipated, as-of-yet titled fourth studio album, which the band is aiming to release later this year via Anti-. Titled “Honeycomb”, the sprawling 12-minute track shows the band continue to expand upon and refine their potent amalgam of black metal, shoegaze and post-rock. Check out the track after the break.
Doom trio Yob have premiered the first single from their highly-anticipated, eighth studio album, Our Raw Heart, via Rolling Stone. Titled “The Screen”, the new track features 10 minutes of the thunderous, immersive doom the band has become known for over the years. Check out the track after the break and read the accompanying interview via Rolling Stone.
Our Raw Heart will be released on June 8 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.
Back in October, Brett Netson’s (Built to Spill, etc) droning rock project Snakes and Canadian psych rockers Crosss released their sprawling split via Netson’s own Scavenger Cult. One part desert dwelling soundtrack and one part noisy bombardment, this rather lengthy split highlights the strengths of two very different acts and how they work together to create a rather cinematic experience.
We recently reached out Netson and Crosss guitarist/vocalist Andrew March to discuss the creation and lyrics of their respective sides of the split. Continue reading to get immersed in the album and check out what they had to say. Continue Reading
Blast Beats is a weekly column in which extreme music artists discuss their favorite hip-hop records.
In this week’s Blast Beats, End It guitarist Ray Lee and Outsider vocalist Joe Kincaid stop by to list some of their favorite hip-hop releases and artists. Picks include classics from Project Pat and Jay-Z, as well as nods to contemporary acts such as Rae Sremmurd. Check it out below. Continue Reading
On May 18, instrumental trio Thought Eater will unveil their debut full-length recording, Bones in the Fire, via Grimoire Records. Following their 2016 split with Iron Jawed Guru, Bones in the Fire sees the Baltimore act expanding upon their crushing, off-kilter sludge sound. Full of atypical structures, jarring rhythmic shifts, seismic drumming, and a nonstop duel for dominance between guitar and 12-stringed bass, Bones in the Fire is heavy as hell, plain and simple. Fans of Keelhaul, Loincloth and early Mastodon will want to take note.
In anticipation for its release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you the debut single from the album. Titled “Bones in the Fire (part 2)”, this six-minute leviathan is filled to the brim with city-leveling, angular doom grooves and kaleidoscopic psychedelia. Continue reading to get trampled by Thought Eater. Continue Reading