French post-metal outfit Unburnt weave together brooding, titanic riffs and shimmering prog sensibilities across their most recent EP, Æthereal. Much like the works of The Ocean or Cult of Luna, Unburnt‘s Æthereal possesses an almost cinematic quality that guides listeners through various passages and evokes a multitude of moods.
A fine example of the band’s songwriting skills would have to be the EP’s closing track, “Nebula”. Today we at Svbterranean bring you the exclusive premiere of the song’s moody and kaleidoscopic music video. Be entranced by stunning visuals and indulge in progressive post-metal supremacy after the break. Continue Reading
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Swedish metallic hardcore quintet Snake Tongue are poised to release their new EP, No Escape No Excuse, on February 15 via The Sign Records. The upcoming four-track effort features a dark, concussive sound full of bitterness and groove. Fans of Trap Them and Converge are urged to pay attention.
Italian death metal legends Electrocution are slated to release their new full-length album, Psychonolatry, on February 8 via GoreGoreCords. The bestial 44-minute assault, which follows 2015’s Metaphysincarnation, is filled with all of the battering grooves and eviscerating riffs death metal fans can handle. The band said the following of the upcoming effort: Continue Reading
Born from the ashes of Long Island punk outfit Rations comes two new projects, Rations Noise and Unknown River Driver. Rations Noise remixes and rearranges clips of Rations‘ studio and live recordings into an experimental noise/pseudo-industrial context. In stark contrast, Unknown River Driver delivers anthemic punk that drips with 90s post-hardcore and emo fervor. Continue Reading
Industrial post-metal outfit Lament Cityscape recently released a remixed and remastered version of their 2015 full-length, The Torn, entitled The Torn (Release). The massive re-release features various remixes from artists such as Theologian and Godhunter, as well as a cover of Ministry‘s “Filth Pig”. To coincide with the record’s release, the band have also released an official film to accompany the record. The film, directed by Neil Corbin, is just as brooding and disquieting as the album itself.
Check out the film below and purchase the record here. Continue Reading
Russian melodic death metallers Instorm released their sophomore full-length record, Taming the Chaos, earlier this month via Metal Carnival Records. The roughly 40-minute effort blends scalding aggression with an impeccable sense of melody and is brimming with virtuosic musicianship and neoclassical sensibilities. Fans of Dark Tranquility, Wintersun, and the like, take note. Continue Reading
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The eclectic duo of Ray Suhy (ex-East of the Wall, Six Feet Under) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, No Use For Humans) craft hallucinogenic prog rock with their Gematria project. The band’s unique writing method involves the use of its namesake, gematria, which is a Qabbalistic numerological system that relates words to numbers, as well as the works of Aleister Crowley for rhythmic and melodic ideas. This very ambitious and esoteric approach to writing is reflecting in the band’s bizarre sound, as one can imagine. Continue Reading
Australian post-hardcore outfit Usta released their debut single/lyric video, “Mek”, earlier this month. The song is full of off-kilter punk characteristics woven together with jagged noise rock sensibilities and is spearheaded by jarring, eclectic vocal performances. Fans of Breach, early Melvins, The Jesus Lizard and Future of the Left will want to take note. Check out the single/video after the break and download the track here. Continue Reading
Barely two months after the release of their debut EP, Towing Heads, mathgrind duo Fawn Limbs (ex-Commit Suicide, Psyopus, et al) are set to release a follow-up EP titled Languor on November 16 via Drylands. In anticipation of its release we have partnered with the band to bring you the exclusive premiere of the EP’s opening track, “Marrow Compound”, and its accompanying music video. Guitarist/bassist/vocalist Eeli Helin said the following of the new single and video: Continue Reading
Georgian doom trio Negative Wall (ex-Hallows Eve) are set to release their debut album, Gammagelu, via Black Doomba Records with a tentative release date of February 8, 2019. The forthcoming infectious and massive sounding record will feature three doom metal sci-fi tales and a cover of Electric Wizard‘s “Torquemada 71”. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you the exclusive promo video premiere of one of the aforementioned doom metal sci-fi tales, “Hybrid Genus Serpentis”. Continue Reading