Although Many Blessings, the noise project of Ethan Lee McCarthy from Primitive Man, may have been around for the last half-decade, its first full-length, «Ripe Earth», was…… Read more “Many Blessings and Pulsatile Tinnitus collaboration / split release”
Cover photo by Reid Haithcock. North American grindcore quartet Full Of Hell have announced the upcoming release of their fourth full-length, «Weeping Choir». The record marks a…… Read more “Full Of Hell announce «Weeping Choir»”
We’re closing down the work week with a round-up of new music within that sweet, sweet intersection between the extreme heavy and the extreme slow. Bellrope release…… Read more “News round-up: Bellrope, Hell, Inter Arma, and Primitive Man”
We are ten days away from the release by Translation Loss of a split album where two of the mightiest North American purveyors of slow misery will…… Read more “Listen to songs by Hell and Primitive Man from their upcoming split”
After «Caustic», noise.
To cap this week, we have the bombshell announcement of Tragedy to play Bloodshed Festival, the release of Bruce Lamont’s new album, and a new song of filthy death metal from Oksennus.
Bloodshed Festival announces schedule.
Yellow Eyes & Ultha announce European tour.Primitive Man stream «Caustic».
«Victim» is the second song from «Caustic», which has October 6 as a release date.
Another song from «Caustic» is out, the bleakness continues.
Integrity releases video for «Burning Beneath the Devils Cross».
Primitive Man announce new album and reveal opening track.
Street Sects stream «In Prison, At Least I Had You».