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Neo-thrash revolutionaries TOXIC HOLOCAUST will join forces with fellow Portlanders and Relapse sludge/thrash colleagues LORD DYING this fall for a 34-date US tour. The trek will begin in Seattle and wreak havoc across the northern half of the country before weaving back through the southern US to conclude in Oakland. A complete listing of dates is available below.
BILLBOARD PREMIERES NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “AWAY” FROM PUBLICIST UK U.S. TOUR DATES WITH DÄLEK AND YOUNG WIDOWS ANNOUNCEDDEBUT FULL-LENGTH ALBUM, FORGIVE YOURSELF, NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AND OUT IN STORES & ONLINE VIA RELAPSE RECORDS ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 “The heavier backgrounds make Publicist U.K. an outlet to show how the intensity of metal and noise interacts with melody to create riveting song-writing.” – Noisey “Publicist UK are intense, heavy, and are...
The first official video from LOCRIAN's Infinite Dissolution LP, created for the album's opening track, "Arc Of Extinction," is now visible for the first time through an exclusive premiere at NPR. Leading off the harrowing coalescing of dark ambiance, drone, black metal, post-rock, and power electronics that is Infinite Dissolution, "Arc Of Extinction" builds into shape gradually, slowly morphing from through dissonance to an eventually explosive, monolithic crescendo. Seamlessly melds organic flow into a heavily mechanized delivery, LOCRIAN selected Raymond Salvatore Harmon to create the appropriate video for the track, having enlisted his services on videos for prior albums.
On September 18th, Christian Mistress will release their new 8-song excursion in pure American heavy metal - their LP titled To Your Death. Revolver Magazine has posted the second single to premiere off of the album, "Stronger Than Blood", which can be heard here.
ZOMBI ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM SHAPE SHIFT COMING ON RELAPSE RECORDS IN OCTOBER, SHARE FIRST SINGLE “PILLARS OF THE DAWN”The prolific instrumental duo of Steve Moore and A.E. Paterra, known as Zombi, have announced a long awaited new album Shape Shift, due via longtime label Relapse Records on October 16. The album marks a return to the group’s prog-inclined rock roots after a detour into electronic textures on previous albums, a path that had been informed by pursuing the group as a long- distance studio project following their withdrawl from live performance in 2007. Energized by their return to the touring circuit in 2013 (supporting Italian horror soundtrack legends Goblin), the band resumed regular rehearsals to compose as a unit. The resulting album is their most cohesive and representative to date, nine songs brimming with head nodding beats and hypnotic keyboard runs. Moore commented on the new material: “It’s a rock record – think of it as a follow-up to Surface To Air. There are no techno jams or symphonic prog fantasies. No solo track interludes. We have officially moved from ‘studio project’ mode back into ‘live band’ mode.”
Portland, OR hard rockers RED FANG have announced a headlining US tour this October with support from Whores and Wild Throne. The Revolver Magazine sponsored tour comes on the heels of the band's recent European and Australian tours and includes appearances at Slipknot's Knotfest and Monster Energy's Aftershock Festival. This tour will mark the last shows the band performs this year before heading into the studio to begin recording their new full-length next year. A complete listing of dates is available below. The band commented on the upcoming run:
LOCRIAN Streams Infinite Dissolution LP At Revolver Magazine; Album To See Release Via Relapse Records This FridayAs Relapse Records prepares for LOCRIAN's dominating new Infinite Dissolution LP to see release this Friday, July 24th, Revolver Magazine has unleashed a stream of the entire album.
MYRKUR has shared “Skøgen Skulle Dø” with NPR: “black metal that is at once savage and sylvan, capable of harrowing violence one moment and beauty the next”. It’s her third single from M – the Danish black metal phenom‘s highly anticipated first full-length album due out in just one month on Relapse Records.
Death-saluting metal collective, GRUESOME, will take to the streets next month on a short run of live performances. Following an appearance at Obscene Extreme America Fest in Montreal next month, the band -- which features guitarist/vocalist Matt Harvey (Exhumed), drummer Gus Rios (Malevolent Creation), guitarist Daniel Gonzalez (Possessed) and bassist Robin Mazen (Derketa) --will kick off a mini tour in September, waging their classic Schuldiner-styled odes upon the ears of Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Cave-In-Rock, San Diego and Los Angeles. See confirmed dates below.