You’re about to fall into the “Jaws” of North Wales band Gravves with our premiere of the group’s new music video taken from their Restless Bear-released split EP with Deh-Yeh, titled Gravves / Deh-Yey.
Lifted from the Nefarious Industries-released Blow Out The Candles And Make A Split, the recent split EP from Fuck Your Birthday and Chinese punk trio Space Monkey, check out the former band’s ripping new “Go Outside” music video!
Thanks to the combined efforts of two bands from the east coast of Canada, we’re offering up a hearty serving of new Canuck Metal! Stream the premiere of the Graveyard of the Gulf split by Newfoundland’s Deadgaard and Nova Scotia’s Orchid’s Curse.
Courtesy of Black Bow Records,Totems is a collaborative split between two of the UK’s hottest doom stalwarts – Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard and Slomatics – and it is pure listening pleasure for riff-maniacs everywhere.
London, Ontario-based pop punk quartet Never Betters share a track-by-track of their recent Guns + Roses’ Roses split with Grievances.
Martydöd’s “War of Worlds” single sunk its hooks into us and continues to doll out goosebumps on every subsequent listen. Here’s why we think it’s the best song of 2018.
Loathe and Holding Absence team up for split EP, This is as One, but do the band’s two sounds complement each other? Or is this as two?
McCafferty have released a new track called “Finally” for you, a song that leans towards a more alternative rock vibe than you may be used to.
Putting two great rock bands on a split together always makes sense, even when it is a two-track instrumental. Check out our review to understand what we mean.
Check out the new song “The Ear Collector” from Montreal, Québec’s filthy sludge noisemakers, The Great Sabatini. The tune comes from a new split EP with Godstopper that’s due via No List Records on August 19th.
The new split by DSGNS and Venomspitter is an amalgamation of 2000’s hardcore and contemporary heaviness. Does it work? You bet your bottom dollar!
Two bands renowned for their unflinching ability to explore the sonic landscapes of intense and debilitating music have joined forces to create an album that is easily one of the year’s most innovative and sonically devastating releases.
The long-anticipated split by Whirr and Nothing is in no way a let down to anyone that’s been waiting for it. The two new songs from each band are perfected with the expertise of veteran producer Will Yip. Nothing’s contribution is a full-on aural assault: the two songs are aggressive, yet harmonious. The ongoing blown-out barrage lulls with only brief periods of quiet melody that hit like armistices. Yet, the songs are harshly beautiful in a way that perfectly captures the Philadelphia band’s definition of reality.
I’m a sucker for everything Gainesville, Florida’s Dikembe touches – hell, I even liked their Mariah Carey cover – so naturally their effort on this split is a knockout in my books. “Healer of the Pride” is a mid-tempo outing revealing a song-writing maturity that eclipses much of 2012’s powerful Broad Shoulders. On this track, the catchy refrains and tempo changes allow the song to breathe and grow organically, yet the lack of frenetic energy – a Dikembe staple – is never missed and any worries of a sonic vacuum are entirely unfounded. Bring on the full-length, boys.