Ramming Speed were proud to premiere their new song “Don’t Let this Stay Here” via Metal Injection, but we’re bringing it to you here as well!
The Kurt Ballou (Converge)-produced track is featured as the A-side of a new 7″ available via Prosthetic Records. Its sister track, “Wraith,” is available on the same 7″ or can be snagged digitally from the band’s Bandcamp.
August Burns Red are now streaming their new track “Ghosts” on YouTube! Featuring A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon, the song is no longer exclusive to iTunes Radio.
There’s no question that Thy Art Is Murder have quickly become one of the biggest and most well-respected new bands in the deathcore scene over the past two years. Thanks to their apocalyptic second album Hate and their relentless live show, they’ve won over legions of fans and are only going to become more successful. Fans have been clamoring for their highly-anticipated third LP, Holy War, for ages now. Well, the wait has finally come to an end! The band posted the entire new record on YouTube yesterday, which you can check out below.
It’s that time. The Black Dahlia Murder have released the first track from Abysmal. Pull your finger out of your ass and pay attention. “Vlad, Son Of The Dragon” is a perfectly fitting cut from the record as it does everything you want a new Black Dahlia song to do. It does however throw in a couple of cheeky surprises too, cheeky enough to merit a couple of words after the jump. Get pumped and ready to party, the boys are back in toon.
Heavy Blog favorite David Maxim Micic is back after the 2013 release of BILO 3.0 [review] and last year’s release of Destiny Potato‘s debut, Lun [stream]. This time around, Micic and company are giving us not one, but two albums, titled EGO and ECO.
Disturbed are a band that many people dislike. I don’t blame them. From this tasteful parody that’s pretty damn funny to some critics simply stating how awful the band is, people have been talking about them since they erupted onto the scene in the early millennium. Personally, I think Believe and Ten Thousand Fists are great albums, and definitely capture the best music from the band’s career. In 2011, after a successful tour with the Rockstar Mayhem Festival, they announced they would be taking a hiatus to focus on things outside the band. Now, after four years, they’re back, and they have a new song, which you can see below.
The journey to Refused‘s comeback album has been turbulent, with three lead singles that have varied greatly in quality. Debut single “Elektra” (spin here) was nothing revolutionary, but it was a vintage Refused banger that had me sufficiently stoked for the new record. Then “Françafrique” dropped (spin here), one of the worst songs that the band has ever released and a serious stroke of doubt regarding the quality of Freedom. The final pre-release single “Dawkins Christ” (spin here), which falls somewhere in between the first two singles in terms of quality. Now, after such a mixed initial launch, Freedom is now available for streaming, which may be done after the jump:
Richmond, VA based doom quintet Windhand are a favorite around the Heavy Blog office as well as a personal favorite band of mine; I seriously can’t get enough of them. We previously reported that their highly anticipated follow-up to 2013’s Soma, one of my favorite doom records of all time, would be entitled Grief’s Infernal Flower and was set to be released on September 18, but that was all the information they revealed…until now, that is. The band has released the cover art and a teaser of the new album, effectively putting the already high excitement level for this album all the way to the moon and back. Check out more details after the jump!
Our friends at Noisey were happy to post up the new Author & Punisher album for audiences everywhere, but now we have the express pleasure of bringing it to you here on Heavy Blog is Heavy!
Melk En Honing, the new album by one-man mask-based industrial act Tristan Shone, was warmly received by our own Scott Murphy with a 3.5/5 score.
Shone lives in a deranged world of masks, which we have previously touched upon, and Melk En Honing is no exception. Grab the stream below the cut!
By now, if you know Slipknot, you’ve likely at least heard of Stone Sour. Before the departure of Jim Root (which I still don’t get, but whatever), it was comprised of 2 members of the ‘Knot. Their last album, a double concept album, received high praise from me, and they’re still one of the best side projects of any band. Given the fact that SLipknot just put out a new album and have spent months touring on it, it came as no surprise to me that the new album wouldn’t be out for a while. However, recently, Corey Taylor opened up about the future of the band, and you can check it out below!