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Pinaos Become the Teeth - Keep You Cover

Remember that teaser that Pianos Become The Teeth posted the other day? Of course you do! That was just a snippet of the first single from the bands Epitaph Records debut, Keep You, which will be released on October 28th of this year. The best part about this announcement? They gave us the full song that the teaser was pulled from; it’s called “Repine” and it will tear you apart emotionally. Have your tissues ready before you check the song after the jump.

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abysmal dawn obsolescence

Man, there’s so much new music being released in the coming months, it’s hard to keep up! To add yet another anticipated release to the list, up-and-coming death metallers Abysmal Dawn have premiered a track from their upcoming fourth studio album, Obsolescence. The song is called “Inanimate“, and it’s one groovy freight train of a death metal jam. Listen after the jump.

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anaal nathrakh desideratum

Elusive blackened grindcore duo Anaal Nathrakh have finally announced the details of their Metal Blade debut, Desideratum. Meaning “something needed or wanted,” the album must clearly be self aware because an Anaal Nathrakh release is exactly what 2014 needs. Get details and a brand new track, titled ‘Idol‘, below.

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Obituary
A few days ago, death metal masters Obituary gave us a teaser of their highly anticipated forthcoming album, Inked in Blood. Now the band has released a full song from the album, “Visions in My Head”, to whet our appetites, and whet them it does. Listen after the jump.

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 NeroDiMarte_Derivae_Cover

Post-death metal may seem like an overzealous need to categorize, but with bands like Ulcerate and Fallujah turning the usually full-on frontal assault of death metal into more atmospheric territories, it’s not that unbelievable a label. You may have heard the name of this Italian group bandied about following the waves made by their self-titled release last year and their particular brand of expansive and introspective death metal, but it’s time to step in and see what the hubbub is about with ‘Il Diluvio‘, the first track available for your listening pleasure from their upcoming new album Derivae.

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coheed atlas

We might be a ways off from a new album from progressive alt rock group Coheed and Cambriathe latest estimate from the band places the work in progress record in mid-2015 — but that’s not stopping Coheed main man Claudio Sanchez from giving fans a glimpse of new material. Claudio has uploaded a video of himself performing a stripped-down version of a new song, ‘Atlas,’ named after his newborn son, to the band’s official YouTube channel. Check it out after the jump.

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Slipknot
After a long and tedious string of teasers, Slipknot have finally revealed details surrounding their forthcoming album. The album will be titled .5: The Gray Chapter, and it now has a release date of Oct. 21 through the band’s longtime label Roadrunner Records. Additionally, the band has released the first official single from the album. Listen to “The Devil In I” after the jump.

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Obituary
It’s nice to see that the forefathers of death metal are keeping up so well with the legions of young bands they themselves have influenced. Between last year’s Surgical Steel from Carcass and Colored Sands from Gorguts, the old school guys have proved that they are still just as relevant today as they were 20 years ago, and we can yet another band to this list of revived monarchs: Obituary. The legendary death metal outfit is set to release their eighth studio album, entitled Inked In Blood, on Oct. 28 through Relapse Records, and for those clamoring to hear some new music from these death metal juggernauts, an album trailer has been released for your listening pleasure, containing samples of three tracks off of the upcoming opus. Listen after the jump.

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twdy another language

We already gave you a taste of post-rock tour-de-force This Will Destroy You‘s new album Another Language with its first single ‘Dustism.’ While that track was marked by its steady and patient build-up, the band shows almost zero patience in new track ‘Invitation.’ The drums are locked and loaded from the get-go, and they relentlessly fire in propulsive bursts throughout. This is very much the TWDY that we’ve all come to love, and it’s pretty much guaranteed to prepare you for whatever battles may come your way today. Check it out after the jump.

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full of hell merzbow

When they’re not writing their typically super pissed-off amalgam of hardcore and grind, Full of Hell can be found dabbling in harsh noise. Given their forrays into that strange world of off-putting ambiance and a strong knack for making a racket, it comes as no surprise that they would eventually cross paths with Merzbow, an oft-collaborative and elusive artist that deals almost exclusively in noise compositions.

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