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.
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
Gory death metal legends Exhumed have debuted their new track and video for “Night Work” via Revolver. The song is off of the band’s upcoming sixth full-length, titled Death Revenge, and the accompanying video depicts two grave robbers on a killing spree. Check it out after the break.
On their self-titled debut, Maryland-based trio The Holy Circle (Locrian, etc) create dramatic and ethereal synth-driven pop soundscapes. The band’s sound lies at the point where 80s moody synth-pop, post-punk and modern, highly-textural shoegaze converge. The brightness melds with the dark, the melody with the edge. It’s a familiar sound, but one that is purveyed with a tremendous amount of heart and finesse.
Japanese screamo/post-hardcore outfit Heaven in Her Arms recently debuted the official video for their track “Glare of the End”. The intricate and emotionally potent track, which comes from their new White Halo LP, is set to a collage of live performance clips directed by by Tamezawa Wataru. Check out the clip after the break.
Read our review of White Halo here.