Miami noise rock/alternative metal outfit Wrong (ex-Capsule, ex-Torche, etc) have announced the release of their sophomore full-length. The upcoming album, which follows 2016’s self-titled debut, will be titled Feel Great and will be released on April 13 via Relapse Records. The album was self-produced by the band and recorded at various studios around Miami with mixing handled by guitarist Ryan Haft and artwork by Rick Smith of Torche. Check out the album artwork and track listing after the break, along with the official video for their new track “Culminate” (via Revolver).
Burlington Vermont has always had a strong and unique heavy music scene for a city on the smallish side. There’s lots of craft beer and a long winters to get the creative juices flowing maybe. A couple of years ago I found myself in that neck of the woods watching a really excellent band called Writhe destroy the stage at the infamous Nectar’s Metal Monday (which, if you ever have a chance to get there, do it, free admission and awesome poutine). Writhe pounded out jams with this awesome Coalesce meets Knut sonic assault that just mesmerized me. Fast forward a bit and Writhe, unfortunately appears to be no more. However, bassist TJ Maynard has stayed hard at work birthing a new project called Ghastly Sound, and we get to hear their first effort in full here today. Continue Reading
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Portland heavy rockers Red Fang have announced a new string of U.S. tour dates in support of their forthcoming album, Only Ghosts, which is due out on October 14 via Relapse Records. The tour is set to kick off on November 18 in San Francisco and will come to a close on December 16 in Seattle. Torche and Whores. will provide support on all stops of the U.S. trek. The band’s entire touring schedule, including the aforementioned U.S. dates and European dates, can be found below.
Miami noise rock quartet Wrong (ex-Capsule, Torche, etc) have premiered a new track from their upcoming self-titled full-length at Noisey. The new track is titled “Turn In” and fans of Helmet, Handsome and the like will have a field day with it. Bellowing, gritty riffs, metallic bass lines, cataclysmic drumming and dissonant leads all make an appearance on this blood-boiling track. Check it out after the break.
Wrong will be released on April 29 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.