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North Carolina stoner rockers ASG have shared a new music video via Vevo for their track "Mourning Of The Earth," taken from the 2013 release Blood Drive. Directed by Jason Lynn, the video is taken from one of ASG's recent live performances in their their hometown of Wilmington, NC earlier this year, and features the band tearing through the ripping stoner metal anthem.
Tokyo's COFFINS have confirmed a new American invasion this winter, once again bringing their diseased, suffocating death-doom decimation back to this side of the Pacific. Bringing forth bulldozing hymns from their latest full-length The Fleshland and a brutal back-catalog of mid-paced gravedigging metal, COFFINS will plunder Brooklyn, NY followed by six West Coast dates with support from Noothgrush. A full list of dates is listed below.
Oakland, CA quartet LYCUS has returned with Chasms, an intensely powerful and emotive masterpiece of funereal doom metal that marks the band’s first full-length recording since 2013’s highly hailed Tempest, and their first venture with new allies Relapse Records.
It has been five years since the release of OBSCURA’s universally acclaimed Omnivium album. Now the progressive metal masters return with their strongest and most dynamic release to date. The aptly named Akróasis (Greek for “hearing” or “listening”) draws on all the various elements of OBSCURA‘s signature sound and combines those qualities into a cohesive and mind-blowing whole.
Savannah, GA's Black Tusk have established themselves as one of the hardest working bands in rock since their formation over 10 years ago. After four full-lengths, numerous splits and EP's and thousands of shows under their belts, the punk/metal power trio was faced with an immense and unexpected tragedy in late 2014 when founding bassist/vocalist Jonathan Athon passed away after a motorcycle accident in his hometown.
Chicago blackened experimentalists LOCRIAN have announced a run of headlining European dates this coming January! The band will be passing through five countries in nine days, including Germany, France, the Netherlands, the UK, and Belgium. A full itinerary is available below.
DEATH DTA & OBSCURA: Announce “European Thought Patterns Tour 2016”; First Official DEATH Tab Book To See Release via Relapse RecordsDEATH DTA and German progressive metal masters OBSCURA have announced the "European Thought Patterns" Tour this coming Spring 2016
Relapse Records is proud to announce the first reissue in nearly thirty years of OPPROBRIUM (formerly known as Incubus)’s landmark 1988 debut Serpent Temptation! Released at the height of extreme metal’s reign, the pioneering deathtrash record Serpent Temptation has since been rightfully hailed as an underground classic for its innovation and ferocity. Undoubtedly one of the heaviest records of the 1980s, the album has now been remastered by Brad Boatright (Sleep, Obituary, etc) and includes four bonus tracks from the band’s 1987 demo plus an extended booklet.
Chicago six-piece experimental ensemble BLOODIEST have announced their sophomore full-length due out January 15th via Relapse Records. Featuring current and former members of Russian Circles, Corrections House, and Yakuza, BLOODIEST have taken the distinctive genre-bending, wall-of-sound heaviness they forged on their debut album Descent to an entirely new level. The album's first single "Mesmerize" is currently streaming via Noisey (link) who describe the song as "the perfect jumping-off point into Bloodiest’s darkened world...
In advance of their reissue's release this coming Friday, UK crust/thrash/hardcore pioneers SACRILEGE are now streaming the remastered reissue of their landmark 1985 debut Behind The Realms Of Madness in its entirety via MetalSucks.net!