Atlanta post-goth powerhouse Dead Register are set to release their new EP, Captive, this Friday, November 2. Picking up where 2016’s Fiber left off, the Captive EP shows the trio continuing to refine and build upon their unique blend of post-punk, post-metal, and Goth rock. In anticipation of its release, we here at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive early stream of the record in all of its gloomy glory. Dead Register bassist and vocalist M. Chvasta had the following to say regarding the new release: Continue Reading
Thunderous groove and gloom-ridden atmospheres collide on Dead Register‘s haunting and infectious new EP, Captive. Continue Reading
If there has been one band over the years that I am consitantly excited for new material from, it is An Autumn For Crippled Children, a post-black metal/shoegaze band from the Netherlands. This band has released either an EP or a full-length album every year since 2010 and I have loved every single song. AAFCC over the years has either stayed consistant or risen above my expectations with each release. Continue Reading
A Film in Color take listeners on an emotive, transcendental journey with their full-length debut, They March in Endless Circles. Continue Reading
Following the release of their new single “Honeycomb” yesterday, Deafheaven have revealed the details surrounding their forthcoming fourth full-length album. The highly-anticipated record, which follows 2015’s New Bermuda, will be titled Ordinary Corrupt Human Love and will be released on July 13 via Anti-. The record, whose title takes inspiration from Graham Greene’s novel The End of the Affair, was produced by Jack Shirley (Loma Prieta, Oathbreaker, etc) and will feature seven new tracks. The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break.
The band have also announced they will embark on a North American summer tour alongside Drab Majesty and Uniform. Those dates can be found below.
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.
Brooklyn trio Spotlights have announced the release of a new remix EP. The upcoming record will be titled Hanging by Faith and will be released on June 15 via Ipecac Recordings. The EP will feature new interpretations of songs from their previous full-length, Seismic, by artists such as Kris Dirksen and Aaron Harris (Isis, Palms), as well as a cover of The Cure‘s “Faith”. Guitarist and vocalist Mario Quintero said the following of the forthcoming effort: Continue Reading
The current and ongoing movement of contemporary electric guitar playing has seen the instrument reach new heights in the realm of heavy music. Animals as Leaders and their fretboard wizardry have made them nearly a household name. Acts like Plini, Periphery, and Chon aren’t far behind with their unique, innovative, approach to playing and performing. File Hong Kong’s Oliver Cheung into the “up and coming and tremendously talented” folder.
Leeds-based post-metal sextet Hundred Year Old Man have announced the release of their debut full-length album. The forthcoming effort, which comes hot on the heels of January’s Rei EP, will be titled Breaching and is set to be released on April 27 via Gizeh Records/Wolves & Vibrancy Records. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with a stream of the new track “Disconnect” (via Echoes and Dust).
Read our review of Rei here.