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Blackened Death Records to release GRINDING AURAL TORTURE comp

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 3:02 PM (PST)

Excellent UK cult label Blackened Death Records will release their next big extreme music comp VERY SOON! Grinding Aural Torture will drop October 6th and will feature 27 bands and will clock in at just over an hour. Some very colorful band names and song titles can be checked out below.

01. Cadaver Soiree – Cordyceps 03:18
02. Hellacaust – Lung Ripper 02:15
03. Baphomet’s Cunt – Through Layers of Seething Flesh 01:27
04. Carnivorous Forest – Stop Supporting Racist Bands 04:16
05. Midnight Parasite – Indignant Storm 02:23
06. Clit Eastwood – Jizzus Crust – The Second Cumming 01:15
07. Experimentalis Animali – Pubescent Scum 03:01
08. Cranstøn – Nothing is Nurtured 01:25
09. Cryostasium – Stalwart 01:49
10. Hatefilled Kids – Bring Down Yer Upbringing 01:36
11. Olivia Neutered John – Long Knives for Short Dicks 00:51
12. Dellamorte – Slave to the Cannibal God 02:05
13. Pustule Secretion – Pustule Secretion 03:59
14. Pantsu Senshi – State of Fornicate 00:39
15. Throw Stephanie in the Incinerator – Sex Offender 03:30
16. Shiteater – Shrine of Strangulated Infants 00:46
17. Qoheleth – The Hypocrisy in You is the Hypocrisy in Me 04:42
18. Schlitzkrieg (Featuring Seth Putnam) – I Smoked Crack With Anal Cunt 00:38
19. Discord – Cop Crusher 01:30
20. First Forgiveness – Watch Them Fall 04:14
21. Stormland – GN-001 (Conflict Child) 02:49
22. Shrug – Endless Ages of Molestation 01:45
23. Walking Bombs – Mike Pence Sings “Mother” While Getting Pegged With a Crucifix (Hypocrites for Christ) 00:47
24. Syphilitic Retard – Suffer the Little Children 01:07
25. SVNEATR – Trance 05:29
26. World Controller – Pigfucker 01:37
27. Void Tendril – Shivering Residue 06:46

 

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The Obsessed to re-issue self titled classic debut via Relapse

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 3:51 PM (PST)

Great news for Wino fans! Relapse are re-issuing the classic self titled early 90’s The Obsessed record! Some of Mr. Weinrich’s greatest moments are on this record (“Forever Midnight” is a particular fave, with just the greatest intro riff and melodies). Every era of the group is cool and this is overdue.

THE OBSESSED’s Self-Titled reissue is due out November 17th on 2xCD/LP/2xLP/Digital via Relapse Records. Physical bundles and digital pre-orders are available via Relapse Records HERE and streaming services AT THIS LOCATION.

THE OBSESSED – "The Way She Fly" (Official Audio)

1990's self-titled debut album will be available for the first time in almost two decades! Listen to a remastered version of "The Way She Fly". The reissue drops November 17 on 2xCD/LP/Deluxe 2xLP/Digital via Relapse RecordsPre-Order Physical: http://bit.ly/TheObsessedReissuePre-Order Digital: http://smarturl.it/TheObsessedReissueThe 2xCD deluxe reissue includes the highly sought-after Concrete Cancer demo (also available separately on LP), expanded artwork, never-before-seen photos and extended liner notes from frontman Scott "Wino" Weinrich!"This record defines the passion, the pureness and vibrancy of youth, and the fierce love, loyalty and dedication to this music. I am happy and proud that it lives once again! Thanks to all who believe!" – Wino

Posted by The Obsessed Official on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

 

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Cannibal Corpse “Red Before Black” album details and pre orders.

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 9:46 AM (PST)

On November 3rd, kings of death metal Cannibal Corpse will release their 14th full-length, Red Before Black, via Metal Blade Records. This is their best album title in awhile. A Skeletal Domain was cool and all but the cover art was more haunting and didn’t really give the sense of mayhem as well as this cover. The title Red Before Black also just sounds like it is gonna be classic while having more imagination than, say, KILL. Hahaha.

For a first preview of Red Before Black, the band has launched a video for the single, “Code of the Slashers”. Directed by Zev Deans (www.panoramaprogramming.com – who created videos for Behemoth‘s “Messe Noire”, Ghost‘s “Square Hammer”, Portal‘s “Curtain”), “Code of the Slashers” can be viewed at: metalblade.com/cannibalcorpse

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Photo by Liz Ciavarella-Brenner

Strange world creator Gridfailure releases latest statement I Shall Not Survive Another Winter this coming Friday for the Autumnal Equinox! No Echo is now streaming the whole recording early alongside a short interview.

Each song on I Shall Not Survive Another Winter grows longer than the one preceding it, the record further exploring full-on post-apocalyptic dementia; a vision of Post-Sixth Mass-Extinction Skullduggery which is the concept of the upcoming Teeth Collection and Drought Stick albums and several surrounding mini-releases portraying a grim vision of humanity’s future. A nearby reality where those who have survived mankind’s override by artificial intelligence, the ecological rebellion of our planet, and thermonuclear warfare amidst our own kind strive to rebuild society, and are continually thwarted. Thriving only amidst the gutters and back-alleys of a scorched culture,GRIDFAILURE’s sound reflects this impending cross-contamination of horrors.

Check it out HERE.

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Clear the way: Prophets Of Rage debut out today

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, September 15, 2017 at 11:30 AM (PST)

We’ve been keeping you posted on Prophets Of Rage news as things led up to today’s release day for months. Let’s admit that politically engaged music is vital in these times and anyone who says otherwise is painfully out of touch. Be sure to pick up a copy today as this is important stuff and also grooves hard, of course. Chuck and Tom were great on The Daily Show the other night (watch here if you missed it). Clear the way!

#unfucktheworld

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Rosetta return with new full length “Utopioid”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 9:22 PM (PST)

Rosetta have consistently done interesting things, a band who have set themselves apart from a lot of trend followers in the scene to pursue less well worn paths with the same sense of wonder that makes records by, say, Boris, Kayo Dot or Russian Circles always a discovery more than a “genre based purchase”. They seem to operate strictly on their own terms, as indeed Rosetta began recording the new album as recently as late June , skipped a pre-order and will sell the digital album on a pay-what-you-want model, with more information to come about physical releases at a later date.

The Philly music community often blows me away with a sense that many of the musicians and venues really defend artistry and community over bullshit. I’d also recommend the killer End Christian release (with an insanely cool cast of characters involved) as another fresh record from the area to enjoy alongside this one. Utopioid is a wonderful play on words and makes me think of how we are drawn into so many empty promises in life that weaken us instead of focusing on building a better world together. I have no idea if that was what the band was implying as I am literally listening to this album for the first time at close to 1 am as I type this, but it certainly is already as compelling and full of melodic twists and harsh turns as their other cinematic sounding releases. Kudos!

 

Utopioid is here. We hope you enjoy it.

Posted by Rosetta on Thursday, August 31, 2017

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Taking a break from catching up on FearTWD and being pissed Travis seems to have died to let you know Swedish heavy metallers Portrait will release their new album, Burn The World, worldwide via Metal Blade Records today! For a preview of Burn The World, the new single, “Mine To Reap” is below. I’ve been blown away by everything I have heard from this release so far. Old school heavy metal fans are gonna pull out their hair in excitement at Per Lengstedt’s soaring cries over some classic but aggro riffing and big rhythm sounds. I wish to heck they were on the Dark Tranquility, Warbringer and Striker tour to make it an even more bad ass package.

Anyhow, give this band some support! Not every band makes $5 million a gig like Metallica and so we must nod our heads in approval and save some mead for those who fight for metal regardless of the level of personal gain (besides being awesome, of course). I swear to God, there are many days when I could swear Sweden makes the best metal bands. It is pretty hard to argue with.

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Neurosis are (and always likely will be) the reigning post-metal champs, a term that falls far short of capturing a sound that reaches into the depths with claw tipped roots, crosses the oceans with the spirit of the wanderer and screams at the heavens as the vastness of the void evokes awe, fear and desire. The seeds of their future were first sewn on the long out of print The Word As Law, a record that has been their most underground classic for too long. Seriously, for the longest time my friend Matto from Peterwalkee Records was the only East Coast punk besides me I knew who had even heard it.

Today Neurosis are streaming the record in full on their bandcamp, remastered by Shellac’s Bob Weston and featuring updated and tweaked art from Josh Graham that fits in nicely next to their other reissues and current ‘look’. But again, they were already anticipating “Tomorrow’s Reality” and the record itself settles in perfectly in their development to the listener while able to hang toe to toe with ANY of this years often ‘so-called’ hardcore albums.

“To What End” alone is so ahead of the curve it is almost laughable how long it took many other bands to catch on. This record perfectly combines their early punk rage with a more experimental hardcore approach (def feel the Rudimentary Peni influence they always talk about on some of these numbers). Pretty sure this is the first one with Von Till and their are no keys but man, the cool guitar tones and those punk ass basslines slay. This record has so much to offer new generations and hopefully many people will discover it again.

Much like my favorite Beatles album Revolver, you can hear the band having breakthrough after breakthrough as artists in real time.

Stream the entire album early at the Neurot Recordings Bandcamp HERE, and find merch bundles through the Neurot webstore at THIS LOCATION.

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Corrupt Moral Altar release fearsome “Eunoia” as free download

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 2:57 PM (PST)

I was feeling pretty glum after the news Trap Them is calling it a day, but it seems – much like in Clone Wars when Anakin went to that weird ass planet Mortis and sort of accidentally balanced the force by screwing up royally – that the grind force that unites us all in hellbound moshery has decided the scales must be balanced with good news today as well for the genre. Yes, obviously I am getting around to telling you the wonderful skull punting news that Corrupt Mortal Altar, one of the more insane UK extreme bands, just dropped a new album for FREE download called Eunoia.  Pick it up HERE!

I have listened to it all the way few twice already and it is a serious rage fest. The pummeling “Engineering Consent”, more sort of rocking Letters Organize meets She Rides reminiscent “Night Chant” and the deadly barrage of “The All Consuming Self” (which would find the band in good company with some of Throatruiner’s current roster on a bill), are all impressive. The whole thing really burns and it is very cool of the band to take the risk of name your pricing it. Obviously the music is the most important part of this, but remember to try and support the band also so artists can keep making their work a priority.

I don’t have any of the production info but this thing sounds amazing and will sear your orifices shut. Hails.

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Watain announce new album for January 2018 release

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 at 2:49 PM (PST)

Infamous black metal horde Watain have announced a new album for Jan. 5th, 2018. The band are sure to continue in an uncompromising direction while furthering their pursuit of the dark ideal. Stay tuned for more details as they are forthcoming. But start getting psyched now!

 

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Mudvayne at one point were near the very pinnacle of the heavy music world and that was in large part due to the impact of their November, 2002 studio release The End of All Things to Come. While L.D. 50 was raw and full of youthful freakery, the sophomore record found the band refining their attack and really bringing the playing and vocals to a fully realized place with arrangements, hooks and screams that were next level. The songs held up live as well. I am really stoked I got to see them play Ozzfest along with Sabbath and Maiden one year and still remember everyone yelling along and throwing rather dangerous mud projectiles in the crowd.

Now for the 15th Anniversary (damn I feel old that I am already writing about Nu Metal anniversaries), SRC has two vinyl options on this rager for the very first time.

180 Gram clear with black smoke (LTD 500 copies)

180 Gram Red Vinyl (LTD 1000 copies)

Housed in a matte gatefold jacket with Spot-UV

11 x 22 dull text insert

Mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Stan Ricker

More info: https://www.srcvinyl.com/mudvayne-the-end-of-all-things-to-come-2xlp.html

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Excruciator release “Fighting For Evil” music video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 6:28 PM (PST)

Portland thrashers Excruciator have released the music video for the song “Fighting For Evil.”

The song is the title track off the band’s newest album, which is out now via Divebomb Records.

Check out the video for “Fighting For Evil” here.

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Warbeast stream new song “Maze of the Minotaur”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 6:10 PM (PST)

Texas thrashers Warbeast are streaming their latest song “Maze of the Minotaur” over at Decibel.

“Maze of the Minotaur” comes off of Warbeast’s upcoming album Enter The Arena due out August 4 via Housecore Records.

The record features newest Warbeast recruits, guitarist Drew Shoup and bassist Lyric Ferchaud.

“I wanted write in a different mode than we normally do; some more mid-paced and slower breakdowns mixed with thrash,” relays guitarist Scott Shelby of the track. “So this happened to really stand out as a notable song. I’m also proud to break out my version of Tony Iommi leads from the Born Again era on this track. Then of course I gave it to [vocalist] Bruce [Corbitt] and he roped it off with the crazy story of the ‘Maze Of The Minotaur.'” 

“My favorite subjects to write about are obviously about horror, psychos, medieval times, and Greek mythology,” Corbitt adds. “I’ve wanted to write a song about the Minotaur for years [In Greek mythology, the Minotaur was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man]. As soon as I heard the music Shelby came up with, I knew this was the one to capture the atmosphere. The chorus part of the music pretty much spoke to me and I could hear it actually saying the lyrics. That’s when you know it’s going to be a special song.”

Corbitt was recently diagnosed with esophageal cancer. The disease is treatable though rarely curable. Corbitt is currently undergoing an intensive schedule of radiation treatments and played his final show on May 27.

The band’s CD release party will be taking place on July 14. Vocals will be handled by Anselmo, Edwin Neal (Texas Chain Saw Massacre), and Wayne Abney (Hammer Witch).

Comments Anselmo, “In light of the complicated situations surrounding Bruce Corbitt, lead vocalist for Rigor Mortis and Warbeast, respectively, most of us sisters and brothers in the heavy metal community are very aware of, I’d like to extend an enormous amount of just-praise upon him. Since the late 1980s to the present, Bruce has always been a person to count on as a friend, and an excellent man to work closely with. Our love of music brought us together and created an unbreakable bond, and that is a priceless cornerstone that can’t be ignored when examining one’s life in hindsight. Bruce has always shot me straight, given me life advice, and from my perspective, has always been there for anyone and everyone in need, for a myriad of unselfish reasons. I thank all that’s good out there I had the chance to be a part of the four Warbeast releases, and I feel Bruce’s best is on their latest record, Into The Arena. He’s a warrior, a fighter, and best of all, for the better of the genre, one of the most recognized voices in all of heavy metal. Well done, Big Brother.”

You can donate to Bruce Corbitt’s Medical Expenses Fund here.

You can listen to “Maze of the Minotaur” via Decibel and check out Bruce Corbitt Benefit Shows here.

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Stone Sour release “Hydrograd”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 12:30 PM (PST)

Arguably the biggest rock record of the Summer has arrived! Pick up Stone Sour‘s new Hydrograd HERE today. It has been a lot of fun to see this band grow as a more and more unique entity of their own over the years, creating compelling songs with huge hooks that truly show a belief in hard rock, balladry or whatever the heck they do. Cheers. That cover art REALLY reminds me of Boysetsfire’s great Tomorrow Come Today record, but the bands are of course very different.

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Five Horse Johnson stream ‘Jake Leg Boogie’ via Echoes and Dust

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 3:52 PM (PST)

Toledo blues rockers Five Horse Johnson are streaming their latest full-length album Jake Leg Boogie over at Echoes and Dust.

Eric Oblander (vocals/harp) had this to say about the album:

“In many ways, making Jake Leg Boogie was one of the easiest albums to create, even though it took four years to make — sorry, Small Stone [laughs]. Our drummer Tim Gahagan is the engine that drives this band. Over the years, we have been very blessed to have a bevy of kick ass drummers sit in with us. I mean, it’s not every band who gets to make not one, buttwo albums with the great Jean Paul Gaster. But we all grew up with Tim, he was our very first drummer decades ago, and few people understand how we want to do this thing better than he does. That, along with Phil D taking a larger role in the writing process really opened up some fresh angles for us. I’m not sure I’ve ever heard Steve or Brad play better on any of our albums to date, and Brad’s lyric and vocal performances are the best yet. I striped back my harp playing and vocals a bit and tried to find the juicy, primal center, and getting back to collaborating with Brad on lyrics really helped me find fresh, new ways to sing some of the thoughts that were rolling around in my head. Also, thanks to artist Mark Dancey’s understanding of the FIVE HORSE JOHNSON mission, the album art was, as usual, exactly what we wanted and needed. At the end of the day FIVE HORSE JOHNSON is just a group of guys who like to laugh at each other’s jokes, throw back a few beers, travel the world playing music together, and record the coolest albums we can along the way, to document our experiences. Sometimes, if you don’t over think it and just get to it, good things happen. And that’s what’s at the heart of our new album Jake Leg Boogie. We hope ya’ll dig listening to it as much as we dug making it.”

Head over to Echoes and Dust to stream Jake Leg Boogie in its entirety.

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