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:
Ukrainian dreamtoned trio Somali Yacht Club are poised to release their new album, The Sea, in just a few short days. In preparation for this occasion, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive premiere of the band’s official lyric video for their new single, “Blood Leaves a Trail”. The dreamlike jam weaves together elements of stoner rock, shoegaze and post-rock seamlessly. The track is full of ethereal atmospheres and earworm choruses that will stick to the mind and warrant repeated listens. The icing on the cake is the stunning and gloomy animation, courtesy of Lena Ushakova.
Check out the clip after the break.
The Sea will be released on January 22 via Robustfellow Productions. Pre-order here.
Progressive metal quintet Between the Buried and Me have announced the release of a new two-part album. The first installment, titled Automata I, will be released on March 9 via Sumerian Records. The upcoming, eighth studio album will follow the band’s highly acclaimed 2015 LP, Coma Ecliptic. The record’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
In support of the new release, the band will embark on a North American tour alongside The Dear Hunter and Leprous. Those dates can be found below as well.
New Jersey’s Clamfight deliver their most dynamic and most sprawling material date on their third full-length album, III.
Clamfight have never been strangers to the riff, as made evident by their previous two full-lengths. Since their inception, the band have crafted a very riff-heavy brand of sludge metal that harks to the doomsayers of old, while throwing in stoner and classic hard rock sensibilities for good measure. 2010’s Volume I and 2013’s I Versus the Glacier were chock full of heavy guitars and rock n’ roll swagger that provided as many earworm moments as they did heavy ones. On their newest LP, the band have opted for more serious and dynamic songwriting, resulting in longer, cinematic compositions and an overall epic feel. Continue Reading
France’s Bind Torture Kill are poised to release their raging, sophomore record, Viscères, Friday, January 26. This blistering metallic hardcore record is fast, dark, brutal and complex in all the right ways and will appease fans of bands like The Secret, Gaza and Converge. In preparation for the record’s release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you a stream of the album’s fourth track, “Perte et Fracas”.
One of the shorter and more straightforwardly aggressive tracks on the record, “Perte et Fracas” rushes out of the gate with bludgeoning hardcore riffs in tow. Chugging beatdowns, high octane metallic assaults and punishing drum work all coalesce into one heavy, gritty tune. Who needs coffee when you have chaotic hardcore to get the blood flowing this dull, Monday morning?