Sicily-based industrial black metal trio Al Ard are poised to release their new self-titled full-length tomorrow, June 22, via code666. Fusing together cyberkinetic industrial metal and stark black metal with elements of harsh noise and dubstep, Al Ard craft a unique atmosphere of cosmic horror across eight tracks. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean are stoked to present you the full album in all of its bizarre glory. Check it out after the break and purchase it at this location. Continue Reading
Louisville noisy hardcore outfit Comess are poised to release their debut full-length, Botched & Flailed, tomorrow, June 15. Full of angular guitars, tremendous low-end, and grimy dissonance, Botched & Flailed is a brooding and ugly hardcore that packs in as much punch as possible within 28 minutes. Think of the unpredictable chaos of Coalesce crossed with the noisy grooves of Will Haven and you get a basic idea of the violence that awaits you.
In anticipation of is release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you an exclusive full stream of the record in all its heavy glory. Check out the goods after the break. Continue Reading
Canadian noise metallers KEN mode have announced the release of their seventh full-length album and follow-up to 2015’s Success. The record, which was produced by Andrew Schneider (Daughters, Unsane, et al), will be titled Loved and will be released on August 31 via Season of Mist and New Damage Records. The album’s artwork can be seen above and the official track listing can be found after the break.
Additionally the band’s new video for the album’s opening track, “Doesn’t Feel Pain Like He Should”, can also be found below.
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Photo by Tom L. Matthews
This Friday, June 8, New York grunge trio Surmiser
are poised to release their throttling new EP, Hold the Static
. Drawing influence from 90s alternative, 80s punk and noise rock, Surmiser
crank out four abrasive, thrashing and oddly infectious tracks on this new recording. Fans of Tad
, Mission of Burma
, early Nirvana
and all things Amphetamine Reptile will want to take note.
In preparation for its release, we at Svbterranean are here to hook you up with an early stream of the EP. Additionally, guitarist and vocalist Jay Andersen agreed to breakdown the record track-by-track. Check out everything after the break and purchase the record here.
This Friday, June 8, Boston post-metallers Lesser Glow (ex-Irepress, The Proselyte, et al) will release their full-length debut, Ruined, via Pelagic Records. Infusing crushing post-metal sensibilities with post-hardcore angularity, atmospheric fervor, and 90s alt-rock energy, Lesser Glow have carved out a unique niche for themselves with this recording and the results are infectious.
In anticipation for its impending release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you an exclusive stream of Ruined. The band had the following comments regarding the record: Continue Reading
Photo by Mike St Onge
Blackened sludge titans Churchburn are slated to unleash their sophomore full-length record, None Shall Live… The Hymns of Misery, on July 13 via Armageddon Shop. Following 2014’s The Awaiting Coffins, None Shall Live… The Hymns of Misery sees the band upping the ante in every aspect of their sound. The riffs are more massive. The bleak atmospheres are even bleaker. It’s an overwhelmingly dark and melancholic affair that will satisfy fans and convert new ones. Continue Reading
Photo by Suren Karapetyan
Brooklyn’s Mutilation Rites have announced the release of their third full-length album and follow-up to 2014’s Harbinger. The upcoming effort will be titled Chasm and will see a release through Gilead Media on July 20. Chasm was recorded August through November 2017. Drums and basic guitars recorded at Saint Vitus Bar. Guitars overdubbed at Growlhouse Recording (Ryan Jones’ studio), then re-amped at Chapel Black Studio with Travis Bacon (Black Anvil, Hogwasche, White Widows Pact, Grudges). Vocals and Mixing was also done at GrowlHouse Recording and mastering duties was handled by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Mastering.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break along with a stream of the opening track, “Pierced Larynx”, courtesy of Kerrang.
Photo by Mehdi Benkler
This Friday, May 25, Swiss industrial psych outfit H E X will unleash their self-titled debut via Hummus Records. Full of heavy synth work, cybernetic guitars and seismic percussion, this four-track recording is a stark and monolithic affair that sounds like an apocalyptic interpretation of a John Carpenter film score with a hint of Godflesh-esque massiveness.
In preparation for the record’s release we have teamed up with the band to bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s opening track, “Metaheaven”. The slow-burning, nearly nine-minute track builds from quiet beginnings to a throttling barrage of cold mechanical instrumentation interwoven with kaleidoscopic, melodic synths. Check it out for yourself after the break and purchase the record here.
Iowan grinders Closet Witch are poised to release their debut, self-titled full-length early this summer. In anticipation for its release, we at Svbterranean are excited to bring you a taste of the chaos to come in the form of the blistering new track “Spell of Giddiness” and its accompanying video. The 37-second track is a quick and violent gut-punch that is characterized by caustic grindcore rampage and the occasional, off-kilter riff. This track is just one of many head-spinners on the forthcoming album. Guitarist Alex Crist said the following of the upcoming record: Continue Reading
French post-hardcore trio Birds in Row have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album. The forthcoming record, which is the band’s first full-length since 2012’s You, Me & the Violence and follows 2015’s Personal War EP, will be titled We Already Lost the World and will be released through Deathwish Inc and Throatruiner Records on July 18.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break alongside the new track “15-38” [via Revolver]and the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
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