San Francisco black/death metal quartet Succumb are offering up a stream of their entire forthcoming self-titled debut via Noisey. The album is out this week (May 5) and features seven tracks of punishing death metal, combining elements of black metal with vicious, thrashing riffs and unnerving, oppressive atmospheres. Check it out after the break.
NYC-based avant-garde musician Toby Driver (Kayo Dot, maudlin of the Well) has announced the release of his debut solo album, titled Madonnawhore, which will be out this April. He’s also premiered the first single, “Avignon,” via BrooklynVegan. The atmospheric track is stripped-down, deeply personal and exceptionally haunting. Check it out after the break. Continue Reading
Chicago-based guitarist Trevor Shelley de Brauw (Pelican, RLYR, Chord, etc.) has premiered his new track “A New Architecture” via CLRVYNT. The track is the opener off of his forthcoming debut album, Uptown, which showcases his penchant ambient, moody experimental rock as a solo artist. Check out “A New Architecture” after the break. Continue Reading
Post-punk stalwarts Braveyoung are prepping the release of their new album Misery & Pride, which will see the light of day at the end of March. The band has just issued a new track titled “Wonderful,” and it absolutely lives up to its name. It’s a nearly nine-minute opus that haunts as it pokes and prods at your ear drums. It’s a beautiful song and it makes me want more and more. Check out the track after the jump. Continue Reading