Salt Lake City’s Cult Leader have premiered a haunting new music video for their shapeshifting standout track from their forthcoming album A Patient Man. Watch the “To: Achlys” clip today via Revolver Magazine.
As he prepares for the release of his sixth full-length album Beastland on October 5th, Author & Punisher has unveiled the album’s third single, “Ode To Bedlam,” today via Consequence of Sound.
loridian punks Gouge Away will release their Deathwish debut, Burnt Sugar, this Friday. In anticipation, they’ve released the album’s third single “Hey Mercy” in conjunction with Kerrang!’s Underground Sounds of America. Check it out here.
After a triumphant live set at Saint Vitus Bar that was streamed across Kerrang! Magazine’s social media channels, ascending progressive doom quartet Pallbearer have released a sublime cover of the Pink Floyd classic, “Run Like Hell.” The track is part of a compilation in tribute to the iconic album, The Wall. Compiled by Magnetic Eye, the collection is called THE WALL [REDUX] and joining Pallbearer are Melvins, Mark Lanegan, Ruby the Hatchet and Mars Red Sky to name a few.
Industrial metal visionary Author & Punisher
will deliver his sixth full-length recording and Relapse debut Beastland on October 5th. In anticipation of its release, the album’s second single, “Night Terror” has surfaced today (listen now on YouTube).
Floridian punks Gouge Away will release their Deathwish debut, Burnt Sugar, on September 28th. Today, the band has announced extensive worldwide touring in support of it; first, an East Coast run alongside Culture Abuse followed by a UK tour together. Upon their return to the States, Gouge Away will head back out on the road in November, this time with Drug Church. The tour will take the bands from the West Coast, through the Midwest, eventually ending back in Gouge Away’s home state. Look for detailed tour information below.
Buried Language, the sophomore effort from Denver-based industrial duo Echo Beds (comprised of Keith Curts and Tom Nelsen), is an album indebted to the past. Inspired by a tumultuous end to 2016, in which the pair were locked out of their rehearsal space and their gear was held hostage by city officials, Buried Language is steeped in rage and embittered self-reliance. Listen to the album in its entirety via Brooklyn Vegan today.
Russian Circles have never been ones to sit still. As they prepare for a west coast co-headline tour with Sargent House label mate Chelsea Wolfe (as well as celebrate the two-year anniversary of their monumental LP Guidance), Russian Circles have announced a batch of solo shows surrounding the tour. These additional dates will bookend the Chelsea Wolfe run and Russian Circles’ time on the road spans about four weeks in total this September and October. Check out the full tour routing below.
In her work as the vocalist for King Woman, Kristina Esfandiari takes on a powerful, defiant stance against a backdrop of nocturnal doom rock. But in her ever-evolving solo endeavor Miserable, she removes the armor and reveals her vulnerabilities. The polarizing scope of Esfandiari’s work under the Miserable moniker is aptly demonstrated on two EPs forthcoming from Sargent House: the brand new Loverboy EP and a reissue of the highly sought after Dog Days EP (out together on October 26th).
After releasing post-punk masterpiece The Demonstration and embarking on several massive tours last year, Drab Majesty is back, and on the road in North America now alongside Deafheaven and Uniform. Focusing on the aesthetics of cult ritual and the devastating power of music, Drab Majesty’s live show has become a phenomenon in itself. Fronted by interdimensional muse Deb Demure and anchored by Mona D on keyboard accompaniment, Drab Majesty infuses goth with pulsing synth and shimmery “tragic wave” flourishes.