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
Gatherers craft an infectious and emotionally-heavy post-hardcore opus with their sophomore full-length album, We Are Alive Beyond Repair. Continue Reading
Mixed, Not Stirred is a weekly column in which artists curate special, themed playlists via Spotify or other mediums.
In this week’s Mixed, Not Stirred, UK death metallers Casket Feeder curated an eclectic playlist of bangers that range anywhere from ABBA to Converge. The band said the following of their playlist: 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.
Pre-order Loved here or here. Continue Reading
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.
Abstracter engulf listeners in bleak, suffocating darkness on their third full-length record, Cinereous Incarnate.
Blast Beats is a column in which extreme music artists discuss their favorite hip-hop records
In this edition of Blast Beats, WAKE frontman Kyle Ball stopped by to discuss three of his personal favorite hip-hop projects. Check out his selections after the break. Continue Reading
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
With two stellar records released back-to-back, Hundred Year Old Man are making the most out of their 2018. From the shoegaze-drenched Rei EP, to the oppressive weight of Breaching, up seems to be the only place to go from here for this Leeds-based post-metal sextet. With their focus on creating atmospheres and walls of sound, dynamics, and crushing doom and gloom, Hundred Year Old Man brings a cinematic quality to post-metal that the genre has been lacking in recent years.
In this new interview we sat down with guitarist Tom Wright to discuss the creation of both records, post-metal and more.