The legendary Dying Fetus will be making their triumphant return this summer in the form of Wrong One To Fuck With, which is probably my favorite album title of the year. Now, I’m not a crazy Fetus fan, but this record is sounding pretty fucking rad. The band has just unleashed a new music video for their track “Panic Amongst The Herd” which you can check out below. It’s weird and insane, just as you would expect from Dying Fetus. Check it. Continue Reading
Fotocrime – the new goth rock/post-punk project from Coliseum‘s Ryan Patterson – has debuted a video for his new track “Always Hell” via CLRVYNT. The song is the title-track off of Fotocrime‘s debut seven-inch and features catchy rhythms and hypnotic beats, while the Joe Watson-directed video features a series of contrasting black-and-white clips. Check it out after the break.
Progressive black/death metal band Cormorant have announced the release of their fourth LP, titled Diaspora, which is set for release this August. The four-track album follows up 2014’s Earth Diver and was recorded and mixed by Greg Wilkinson (Vastum, Graves At Sea, Noothgrush, Brainoil) at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, CA. Cormorant have also released an album trailer and the record’s track listing. Check them out after the break.
Progressive Death Metal band John Frum have premiered a video for their new track “Wasting Subtle Body” via Bloody-Disgusting.com. The track is off of their upcoming debut album, A Stirring In The Noos, while the video – which was directed by Mitch Massie (Cattle Decapitation, The Locust) – features haunting visuals to match the song’s dark, aggressive tones. Check it out after the break.
Japanese metal legends Boris have announced the release of their twenty-third studio album, which marks the band’s 25th year of existence. The new record will be titled Dear and is due out on July 14 via Sargent House. The band said the following regarding the impending release:
Mutoid Man have debuted a video for their new track “Kiss of Death” via Loudwire. The song is off of their forthcoming sophomore full-length, War Moans, and features tons of headbang-worthy groove. The video captures the trio performing the track at God City Studios, where the album was recorded. Check it out after the break.
Every Time I Die have premiered a video for their track “Map Change,” which is off of their latest album, Low Teens, over at NPR. The track features the band’s distinct metallic hardcore sound with melodic rock tendencies, while the Kyle Thrash-directed video captures their NY hometown. Vocalist Keith Buckley comments: “This video is our love letter to Buffalo in all its bleak glory.” Check it out after the break.
Full of Hell have premiered a video for the title-track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Trumpeting Ecstasy, via The Quietus. The abrasive, noisy track features gorgeous guest vocals from Canadian singer/songwriter Nicole Dollanganger, as well as a beat from The Body‘s Lee Buford and guest bass from Converge‘s Kurt Ballou, who also produced the record. The black and white video matches the track’s threatening vibe, and was written, shot and edited by Jordan Musheno and Ian Killian.
Denver’s Abrams have premiered the official video for their new track, “Burned”, via Metal Injection. Culled from the group’s impeding Morning LP, the psychedelic, intricate and sludgy tune is set to a hybrid performance/tour video filmed by Gregg Barclay. Check out the clip after the break.
Morning will be released on June 9 via Sailor Records.
Newly resurfaced metalcore outfit Eighteen Visions have released the official video for their new track “Oath”. The track, which is return to form, is taken from the group’s first full-length album in nearly 11 years, XVIII, and is set to a stark, energetic performance video. Check out the clip after the break.
XVIII will be released on June 2 via Rise Records.