We haven’t mentioned Fulgora here on Heavy Blog before, but that’s about to change. Consisting of John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer), Adam Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, Misery Index) and B.L. LaMew, Fulgora are a vicious deathgrind outfit who’ve been making waves in underground metal circles and are about to unleash their first full-length album, Stratagem, onto an unsuspecting world. The album doesn’t hit shelves for another month, but they’re streaming it now. Check it out after the jump!
Category: New music
Although they have been hyping their split with Mortal Decay since last September and initially said that the material would see light in 2014, Berlin’s insanely brutal Defeated Sanity has finally released their new song! ‘Generosity of the Deceased’ definitely brings the slam back, and hard. Get ready to flail your arms wildly in front of your computer below:
If you’ve got a pair of eyes and you read the blog, you know we’re pretty damn excited for the new Enslaved. Not without merit either, as they are one of the most innovative and exciting bands of recent years. After teasing us with a few track, the band are now streaming the entire album in full. Head on below the jump for the stream!
Quasi-symphonic progressive deathcore outfit, Slice The Cake, are gearing up to release their third full-length LP, Odyssey To The West, this year, and they’ve unveiled the first track from the upcoming album. In typical Slice The Cake fashion, it’s a huge slab of meaty, powerful metal, replete with breakdowns, tremolos, and spiced with acoustic guitar here and there. View Full Article »
The date draws ever closer. Faith No More‘s first album in nearly twenty years, Sol Invictus, is upon us. Coming out on May 19th, 2015, this eclectic mix of influence has already seen one official single debuted in “Motherfucker” and another in “Cone of Shame” during a performance in Tokyo.
We now have our second official single from the album in “Superhero,” which premiered on the Marvel website.
Fans of terrifyingly stacked frontmen and/or crushing hardcore take note; there is a new Harm’s Way video. The Chicago powerhouses are set to release their new album, Rust, through Deathwish on March 10th but before that you have to watch their new video for ‘Amongst The Rust’. It is definitely not what I expected before watching. For starters, frontman Hammers McPligue has a shirt on! Unreal, I know. Get the video after the jump as always people.
This is it ladies and gentlemen; the first piece of music from post-metal band Minsk in six years. We’ve already told you quite a bit about Minsk and if you recall, I said that my hopes were high that they would fix some issues I found with their production. I’m glad to say that, judging from the new track released yesterday, things are looking up. It sounds crisp and tight, with that crowded feeling that their earlier material possess. Head on over the jump for the full release and the track itself!
If you aren’t keeping tabs on The Room Colored Charlatan, I really don’t know what to tell you, other than to get on it. They’re a simply fantastic deathcore band, incredible because of the way they flawlessly combine ambient synths, groovy progressive deathcore writing, and an almost Russian Circles-level ability to write dynamic and grooving songs centered around simple riffs.
Their LP last year, Primitives, enraptured a few of us here at Heavy Blog (scope Matt’s review here), and we’ve been waiting with baited breath for news from them. Yesterday, The Room Colored Charlatan put out a new track, ‘Introspection’, and it’s a doozy. It carries their signature sound, starting with a simple riff and quickly building up through some harsh sections coupled with valleys of ambience and soft vocals, eventually reaching an incredible climax and slowly spiraling back down into nothingness, even ending with some chimes (!!!!!).
Here at the blog, a few of us have been tracking the new Sannhet release, Revisionist, intently. Their previous work, Known Flood, was a tour de force of sludgy, precise, blackened-yet-somehow-still-pretty-upbeat instrumental post-metal. And now, after two preview tracks, Sannhet are ready to share Revisionist with the world in full, and it’s a jawdropper. View Full Article »
With only one week until the release of his new album, Scar Sighted, Jef Whitehead, aka Leviathan has been building hype for the album’s release by releasing solid cuts from the album and doing more interviews than he’s known for, such as the one he did with Decibel Magazine. He is a really interesting person, an even more interesting artist, and a true legend among black metal circles. Another new track from Scar Sighted, ‘Gardens of Coprolite’ has surfaced, and it’s every bit as good as the previous ones that have been released. Check it out after the jump!