Philadelphia avant-metal outfit Cleric have announced a new string of North American tour dates in support of their most recent full-length, Retrocausal. The tour will extend from March 15 through April 6 and will see the band accompanied by Seven)Suns and Pyrrhon on select dates. Check out the touring schedule as they currently stand after the break and stream Retrocausal.
Denver psychedelic doomsayers Green Druid have announced the release of their debut full-length record. The record will be titled Ashen Blood and will be released on March 16 via Earache Records. The band issued the following statement regarding the release: Continue Reading
Ukrainian dreamtoned trio Somali Yacht Club are poised to release their new album, The Sea, in just a few short days. In preparation for this occasion, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive premiere of the band’s official lyric video for their new single, “Blood Leaves a Trail”. The dreamlike jam weaves together elements of stoner rock, shoegaze and post-rock seamlessly. The track is full of ethereal atmospheres and earworm choruses that will stick to the mind and warrant repeated listens. The icing on the cake is the stunning and gloomy animation, courtesy of Lena Ushakova.
Check out the clip after the break.
The Sea will be released on January 22 via Robustfellow Productions. Pre-order here.
Austin based death metal horde Mammoth Grinder are back and they will soon unleash their first LP in five years: Cosmic Crypt and it is shaping up to be a beast. The band has just released their new music video for their song “Servant of the Most High,” which you can peep out after the jump. Cannot wait for this band to swing through on their upcoming tour. You can see the upcoming dates below also. Continue Reading
About a month ago I posted about Austrian post-black metal act Harakiri For The Sky’s new track “Tomb Omnia” and now I’m here to tell you about another rad track off of the bands forthcoming album Arson. The new track is titled “You Are The Scars” and it comes in the form of a lyric video, which I usually don’t care for, but the execution of is rad. Check out the video below and take it in. Great shit is ahead in 2018. Continue Reading
Sacramento noise metal outfit Will Haven have revealed the official track listing to their forthcoming sixth full-length album, Muerte. The record is due out next year according to the band and will feature guest contributions from Deftones‘ Stephen Carpenter and Yob’s Mike Scheidt. The band also stated that music videos for the tracks “Hewed With the Brand” and “El Sol” are slated to come out soon.
Check out the track listing and teaser trailers after the break.
Back in October, Arizona weirdos The Oxford Coma released the follow-up to their well-received 2015 LP, Paris is Mine, titled Everything Out of Tune. Much like its predecessor, Everything Out of Tune continues to build upon the band’s eclectic sound; a mix of psychedelic rock, grunge, stoner, progressive rock and many others. To promote this eccentric album further, the band created a lyric video for the track “Patterns of Thought”, which we at Svbterranean are proud to present to you. The track is an interesting mashup of acid-laced desert rock vibes and angular, jagged guitar work, which is set to video clips with anti-Trump sentiments. If you like catchy, oddball tunes, or dislike Number 45, check out the clip after the break.
Purchase Everything Out of Tune here.
With its fuzz-ridden, crushing guitars, seismic rhythms and anthemic vocals, Australia’s King Zog and their self-titled debut are must-listens for stoner doom enthusiasts. Though originally released back in May, the 10-track riff monster will be getting the vinyl treatment on December 1. In preparation for its wax debut, we at Svbterranean bring you the official video for one of the release’s catchiest tracks, “Temple’s Temple”. The band offered the following statement regarding the clip:
Photo by John Mazlish
Back in June of 2016, NYC’s Infinite Spectrum
delivered their sophomore LP, Haunter of the Dark
; a progressive metal opus that rivals the material of acts like Dream Theater
and Symphony X
. In honor of Halloween, we at Svbterranean bring you the official lyric video for the track “The Stranger Things I’ve Learned”, which is taken from the H.P. Lovecraft inspired album. The prog ballad is set to an enthralling set of images, curated by Wayne Joyner, that hint at the occult and things Lovecraftian. The band had the following to say regarding the track: Continue Reading
Enigmatic Australian death metallers Portal have released a brief video teaser for their forthcoming fifth studio album, titled ION, which is slated to be released by Profound Lore Records in the near future. No other details surrounding the release have been unveiled. Check out the clip after the break.
ION will follow 2013’s critically-acclaimed Vexovoid, which can also be streamed below.