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The score for Hollow Knight captures the vast underground world of the game. The story begins with soft piano notes echoing the Hollow Knight theme, and as the player explores further, orchestral forces swell to an operatic scale as the fate of the knight unfolds.
As they prepare for a large-scale North American tour and close out their second sold-out show at Hollywood Forever Cemetery tonight, COLD CAVE have unveiled a new single. Titled “Promised Land,” the track was mixed by Chris Coady and mastered by Bob Weston, and showcases COLD CAVE at the peak of their powers; propulsive, synth-heavy darkwave that marries vocalist Wes Eisold’s signature stormy croon with Amy Lee’s lustrous and shimmery timbre. Check out the enigmatic new music video directed by Travis Shinn and Jeremy Danger on YouTube.
Already one of the year’s most anticipated releases, Elizabeth Colour Wheel’s debut album Nocebo is a masterclass in both aggression and reflection. Backed by San Fransisco-based label The Flenser, the experimental five-piece is poised to dominate 2019 with its thunderous blend of shoegaze, metal, and noise rock. After listening to album opener “Pink Palm,” that prediction becomes clear.
Richmond’s INTER ARMA, reigning masters of the slow build, continue to trace a distinctly ambitious trajectory through modern metal. Today, the band announces their 4th full-length offering Sulphur English, coming April 12th, 2019, and share the first single entitled “Citadel.”
With All Your Sisters, multi-instrumentalist Jordan Morrison lends sound to humankind’s darkest depths and deepest debasements. Morrison digs his heels even deeper into neo-punk electro-clatter with the forthcoming LP Trust Ruins, which will be released on April 12 by San Francisco-based label The Flenser.
Known for mining melodies from minimal arrangements, Xeno & Oaklander have found a way to make electronic music that’s as infectious as it is evocative. Their latest single, the pulse-punching nostalgia trip “Insomnia,” brings eloquence and nuance to dance music. Once again, Xeno & Oaklander have built a sound in the elusive balance between rhythm and reason
After promising a myriad of new developments throughout 2019, Sargent House artist Emma Ruth Rundle has begun unveiling her grand plans for the new year. The first of many is a batch of solo sets in support of Thou in March and April. The three-week jaunt will also include collaborative sets in select cities, as well as a special set at Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands. Later, Rundlewill spend the month of May touring alongside post-rock titans MONO in North America. A full tour itinerary can be found below.
Sunn O))) are pleased to present Life Metal, their first new studio album in four years, due for release on Southern Lord in April 2019. The album will be supported by their first U.S. tour since 2017 and the premier U.S. tour of their 2019-2020 season, including stops at The Masonic Lodge in Detroit, Howard Theatre in DC, Agora Theatre in Cleveland, The Caves in Pelham, TN and Brooklyn Steel. Dates and details can be found below, with more info to come soon.
As the fanfare revolving around their debut LP swells, Philidelphia’s Low Dose have announced a North American tour commencing this April. Kicking off just days following the release of Low Dose (out March 29th), their live show is sure to include bows to the guitar-chugging maelstrom of ‘90s alt-rock (“For Sure”) and bone rattling elegies to love gone wrong (“Right On”). A full tour itinerary can be sound below.