Discordant, dissonant, and filled to the brim with sonic twists and turns, Femur’s brand of unorthodox noise will appease fans of hardcore’s more chaotic side. On Red Marks, the full-length debut from the Thunder Bay, Ontario trio, the band craft over 40 minutes of unhinged aural violence that merges mathcore and sludge into a caustic mix. Fans of early Gaza, Coalesce, and the like will want to pay attention.
In this interview with Svbterranean, Femur discuss the album in question, the origins of the project, their writing process, and more.
Bangalore, India’s Orchid show off their eccentric brand of progressive metal on their new album, Miasma. Continue Reading
The Transatlantic mathgrind duo Fawn Limbs have been steadily cranking out short, hellacious releases since August and show absolutely no signs of stopping. With current and former members of Infinite Nomad, Mireplaner, Psyopus and Commit Suicide at the helm, it should go without saying that these two gentlemen have a firm grasp on all things chaotic. With three EPs currently under their belt and more records slated to be unleashed in the future, Fawn Limbs are poised to be the name on every grind fan’s tongue.
In this interview with Svbterranean, Fawn Limbs’ Eeli Helin and Lee Fisher discuss the origins of the project, their releases up to this date, and future plans. Check it all out below.
Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s Cloudburst fulfill all the needs of discordant hardcore fans with their new, self-titled album. Continue Reading
Ontario’s Femur craft some very vile and antisocial chaotic hardcore on their debut full-length release, Red Marks. Continue Reading
Indonesian metallic hardcore outfit Cloudburst are poised to release their sophomore, self-titled full-length on January 4, 2019. Drawing influence from the likes of Converge, Botch, and the chaotic side of hardcore as a whole, Cloudburst deliver a frantic, blood-pumping sound on this forthcoming effort.
To build anticipation for its impending release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s second track, “Crimson Mask”. The track is brimming with hardcore stampedes, spiraling riffs, dissonant panic chords, and blistering solos that are propelled by frenzied drumming and vile, volatile vocal performances. If you’re looking to get your face ripped off, check out the track below. Continue Reading
Great Falls deliver a colossal, soul-wrenching opus with A Sense of Rest.
With their discordant guitars, rhythmic complexity and intense vocal performances, Great Falls craft a potent soundtrack for the feelings of despair and disquiet. With former members of Kiss It Goodbye and Playing Enemy at the helm, listeners should expect nothing short of noise metal supremacy. Continue Reading