Gore metal legends Exhumed have announced the release of their sixth full-length, titled Death Revenge, which is set for release this October. They’re also offering up a stream of album track “Defenders Of The Grave,” which features four minutes of the band’s disgusting, blood-soaked death metal. Check it out after the break.
Denver, CO doom trio Primitive Man have premiered their new track “My Will” off of their highly-anticipated new album, titled Caustic. The song features five minutes of crushing blackened doom complete with noise-ridden despondent, unsettling tones. Check it out after the break.
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NYC sludge/doom/drone band Unearthly Trance have premiered a video for their track “Into The Spiral,” via Brooklyn Vegan and Invisible Oranges. The heavy, gloomy song is off of the trio’s new album, titled Stalking the Ghost, and the video features eerie, psychedelic visuals to match. Check it out after the break.
Florida death metal legends Obituary have premiered the lyric video for their new track “Turned to Stone” via Loudwire. The track is off of their forthcoming self-titled, tenth studio album, and features slamming grooves, blazing solos and vocalist John Tardy’s distinct, abrasive tone. Check it out after the break.
Washington grind band The Drip are set to release their highly-anticipated debut full-length, The Haunting Fear of Inevitability, this Friday (January 13). But before they do, they’ve made the entire release available to stream right now via Invisible Oranges. Combining elements of powerviolence, crust and d-beat into their sound, The Haunting Fear of Inevitability is a crushing 32-minute barrage of modern grind. Check it out after the break. Continue Reading
Washington grind band The Drip have premiered their new track “Anathema” via Decibel. The song is off of their upcoming release, The Haunting Fear of Inevitability, and is an onslaught of corrosive, pummeling grindcore. Check it out after the break. Continue Reading
New Zealand progressive death metallers Ulcerate are releasing their new album, Shrines of Paralysis, in a couple days, but they’re offering up a full stream of the record right now on Soundcloud. Picking up where 2013’s Vermis left off, the album features an hour’s worth of complex organized chaos, featuring unorthodox song structures, intricate guitar work, dark melodies and harsh, dynamic riffs. Check out Shrines of Paralysis after the break. Continue Reading