Back in May, Denver mathcore trio Kenaima took a quick break from their spring tour to record their previously-unreleased, off-kilter single “Letter of Resignation”. Recorded live at GPMR Studios in Kansas City, “Letter of Resignation” is a proper follow-up to the band’s chaotic 2017 release, Haste. With all of its jagged rhythms and dissonant guitar freakouts, “Letter of Resignation” will more than satisfy fans of spastic, seizure-inducing metal. Continue Reading
Norwegian noise rock trio U-FOES (Jaga Jazzist, Shevils, et al) have released their debut single/music video “No More No More”. The buzzing, groove-laden noise punk anthem will be featured on the group’s upcoming full-length debut, Whiteout, which is due out on November 2 via Marw Melodee Music. Check out the track and video, which a press release describes as “if Melvins, Torche and Slayer, drunk on absinthe, had a bastard child, and left it in the forest to die”, after the break.
Experimental trio Stronds recently released their debut full-length album, Plural Version, this past week. Comprised of guitarists Matt Lupo (East of the Wall, OPUL) and Ron Varod (Kayo Dot, Zvi, et al), and synth player Steven Alexander Ryan (The Black Queen), Stronds deliver over an hour of eclectic soundscapes. Mostly improvised and recorded in one session, Plural Version takes listeners on a journey through demented post-rock, drug-induced dark ambient, and other weird places.
Check out the album below along with the video for the track “Ecdysis”. Continue Reading
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.
Wisconsin hardcore outfit Knaaves recently debuted the official music video for their track “January”. The brooding, intricate track, which is taken from the band’s two-song single of the same name, is set to a film depicting a young woman leading two detectives to her unfortunate end, spliced together with clips of the band performing. Check out the video after the break.
Read our interview with vocalist Andy Parmann here.
Doom metal documentary The Doom Doc is now available for purchase on DVD and digital download. The independent documentary offers a fly-on-the-wall look at the UK’s doom, sludge and stoner metal scenes and features interviews and performances from prominent UK bands such as Conan and Slabdragger, alongside other luminaries such as Black Sabbath‘s Bill Ward and Crowbar‘s Kirk Windstein. Interested parties can purchase the film here.
In conjunction with the film’s release, UK doom/sludge outfit Kurokuma have premiered a special video diary that chronicles their journey to Reykjavik for a 4/20 weekend event that included the Iceland premiere of The Doom Doc. Check out the video diary after the break as well as The Doom Doc’s official trailer. Continue Reading
In just a few short weeks, Austin metallers Runescarred (ex-Dead Earth Politics) will release their debut EP, We Are. Drawing influence from various areas across the heavy music universe, We Are delivers three tracks that will appease metalheads from all walks of life.
In anticipation of its release we have parterered with the band to bring you the official music video for the EP’s second track, “A Darker Man”. Weaving in-and-out of acoustic ballads and hard rock fervor, this new track is undoubtedly infectious. Vocalist Ven Scott said the following of the song/video: 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.
In late 2017, New Zealand’s Spook the Horses released their hauntingly beautiful third full-length album, People Used to Live Here. In contrast to the sprawling post-metal of previous records Brighter and Rainmaker, People Used to Live Here showed the band opting for a stripped-down, slow-burning approach that resulted in songs reminiscent to the moody jazz of Bohren & der Club of Gore, the desert doom of Earth, and the melancholic “slowcore” of Codeine and the like. The record is a prime example of when big sonic risks pay off.
If you happened to miss out on it last year, prepare to hop on the hype train with us. We at Svbterranean are proud to present the official music video for one of the most gorgeous cuts on the record, “Made Shapeless”. This infectious post-rock-meets-Bluetile Lounge track is set to an interactive 360° video, directed by Max Telfer, that is full of striking, stunning imagery. The band said the following of the new clip: Continue Reading