New Jersey progressive metal outfit Gates to the Morning are poised to release their full-length debut, Return to Earth, sometime this November. In preparation for its impending release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive premiere of the album’s infectious title track. “Return to Earth” is an energetic, melodic affair filled with proggy solos, driving riffs, pop sensibility, and commanding vocals performances by guest vocalist Meg Moyer. Check out the track after the break. Continue Reading
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Experimental sound manipulators Gridfailure and Megalophobe have announced they will join forces yet again on their second collaborative effort, Tasukete. Following their 2017 collaboration, Dendritic, the forthcoming Tasukete sees the two projects further exploring the realms of noise, dark ambient, and all things weird. Fans of Nurse with Wound, Scott Walker or Demdike Stare, take note. Continue Reading
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Pennsylvanian noisemakers Tile will officially unleash their sophomore album, Come on Home, Stranger, next Friday, August 17, via Limited Appeal Records. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s penultimate track in all its sludgy glory. Enter “Pleasure Chaser”; a four-minute behemoth of a track that cycles back-and-forth between angular, snark-filled verses and decimating choruses of larger-than-life riffs. The band said the following of the track: Continue Reading
Syracuse, NY crossover grind band Fed Ash (featuring former members of Bleak, Trash Burner and Soured Ground) have unleashed their debut release, titled Grief As A Prison, today (August 8) and are offering up a stream of the entire effort. The album is comprised of eight tracks of abrasive grindcore, showcasing Fed Ash‘s penchant for harsh, destructive dissonance and suffocatingly dismal tones. It’s overwhelmingly aggressive, raw and visceral while exuding hardcore, powerviolence, black metal and sludge influences. Check it out after the break.
Finland/Pennsylvania-based mathcore duo Fawn Limbs are set to release their debut single, “A Radiant Mass”, tomorrow, August 3. Comprised of current and former members of Mireplaner, Psyopus and more, Fawn Limbs deliver a grinding, yet groove heavy form of mathcore that brings Solace-era Ion Dissonance and Intervals-era See You Next Tuesday to mind. “A Radiant Mass”, which we are excited to present to you today, illustrates this with its 80-second burst of off-kilter, crushing guitars and spastic riff freakouts. The band said the following of the track: Continue Reading
Glasgow-based hardcore quartet Suffer/Wallow recently released their debut single, “Wraith”, this past week. Serving as a teaser of their forthcoming debut full-length, “Wraith” is a dissonant burst of angular, screamo-influenced hardcore that spirals and squeals across 59 seconds. Check out the tune after the break. Continue Reading
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French sludge trio Black Box Warning recently debut the official music video for their track “5 mg” via CVLT Nation. The gritty tune, which comes from the band’s Attendre La Mort EP, is set to a film, directed by Gilles Da Costa and Faustine Debruge, depicting the murderous rampage of one dejected bartender. Check out the clip after the break along with a stream of Attendre La Mort.
New Brunswick-based crust ‘n’ roll outfit Hard Charger and Québec hardcore quintet Sights of War will release their split full-length next Friday, July 20, via Ancient Temple Recordings. In anticipation of its release, we are excited to bestow new tracks from each band upon you. Hard Charger‘s new song “Boiling Point” will mow you down with its blistering, energetic punk stylings, while Sights of War‘s “Breeding Violence” will finish the job with its groove-laden, blackened hardcore grit. Check out both tracks after the break and listen to previously released singles from both bands here and here. Continue Reading
Los Angeles metallic hardcore outfit Benoit (Colombian Necktie, Black Sheep Wall, Wuss) are poised to release their debut full-length record, Master, on August 10. Volatile, aggressive, and full of groove and grit, Master is pulverizing hardcore record and a promising debut for these Californians. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you a taste of what is the come in the form of the album’s eighth track, “Chains”. This quick, 75-second burst of thrashing riffs lies somewhere between Turmoil and Ringworm and will surely leave bruises. Vocalist Dan Anderson said the following of the song’s lyrical content: Continue Reading
Grindcore, death metal, and 90s metallic hardcore volatility collide on Sloth Herder‘s forthcoming two-track single, Sacred Coward/Historic Savage, which is due out later this month. Recorded back in February by Dave Kaminsky at Studio Wormwood in Connecticut, this short burst of grimy chaos picks up where 2017’s No Pity, No Sunrise left off and serves as a precursor of what is to come. In anticipation of its eventual release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you an exclusive premiere of the single’s B-side, “Historic Savage”. The band offered the following comments regarding the track: Continue Reading