American progressive metal pioneers Queensrÿche, have released a new track titled "Man the Machine" from their upcoming album. The Verdict, the band’s 16th LP, is slated for a March 1st 2019 release date via Century Media Records and comes 4 years after 2015's, Condition Human.
Canadian industrial group Front Line Assembly have now officially released a new song, entitled 'Eye on You'. The new track will be a part of the band's upcoming album Wake Up The Coma, which is scheduled to be released sometime in early 2019.
While the band recently released the soundtrack Warmech earlier this year, this new record is the band's first vocal record since 2013's Echogenetic, marking the longest gap in between albums. The new album will also mark the return of Rhys Fulber since 2006's Artificial Soldier, and the first album without Jeremy Inkel, who passed away in January.
Greek black metal veterans Rotting Christ have revealed the cover art for the upcoming album entitled The Heretics. The new LP is slated for a February 15th release date via Season of Mist and comes 3 years after 2016's, Rituals.
The Heretics track-listing:
1. In the Name of God
2. Ветры злые(Vetry Zlye)
3. Heaven and Hell and Fire
4. Hallowed Be Thy Name
5. Dies Irae
6. I Believe
7. Fire God and Fear
8. The Voice of the Universe
9. The New Messiah
10. The Raven (by Edgar Alan Poe)
You can check the album's artwork here:
Seminal rock outfit Failure has released its 5th studio album, titled "In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind".
The trio, consisting of Ken Andrews, Greg Edwards and Kellii Scott, released three EP's prior to this, which make up 12 of the album's 16 tracks. The influential LA trio's newest release acts as the successor to their 2015 comeback album entitled "The Heart Is A Monster".
1. Dark Speed
2. Paralytic Flow
4. Segue 10
5. No One Left
6. Solar Eyes
7. What Makes It Easy
8. Segue 11
9. Found A Way
10. Distorted Fields
11. Segue 12
12. Heavy and Blind
13. Another Post Human Dream
14. Apocalypse Blooms
15. Force Fed Rainbow
16. The Pineal Electorate
American rock band Papa Roach has announced their upcoming ninth studio album, titled Who Do You Trust? The album will be released January 18th.
Here’s the track listing:
1. The Ending
2. Renegade Music
3. Not The Only One
4. Who Do You Trust?
6. Come Around
7. Feel Like Home
9. Top Of The World
10. I Suffer Well
12. Better Than Life
They also released third single from the album called ”Not The Only One”, listen to it here:
The metalcore/djent bois Born of Osiris have released a new song titled "The Accursed", and with that comes news of a new album coming out January 11th. The new album is called "The Simulation".
You can catch the band on tour the next few weeks at these dates:
11/24 - Providence, RI @ The Strand
11/25 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
11/27 - Reading, PA @ Reverb
11/28 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
11/30 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury Theater
12/01 - Chattanooga, TN @ The Signal
12/02 - Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
12/04 - Lynchburg, VA @ Phase 2
12/05 - Wilmington, DE @ The Queen
12/06 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Canadian electronic producer deadmau5 has released a new single, "Drama Free", featuring his countrywoman Lights on vocals. The track is featured on his new EP, Mau5ville: Level 2, the follow-up to Mau5ville: Level 1 which was released earlier this year.
American glitch-hop artist Martin Vogt, better known as his musician alias Haywyre, has officially announced he will release 6 EPs in a conceptual series called Panorama. The first of these EPs is entitled Discovery, though no release date for it has been announced yet.
Along with the announcement, Haywyre also released a new song, "Tell Me", which will be a part of the upcoming EP.
Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland has announced that the band will enter the studio this weekend to finally start work on their new album, up to now known as Stampede of the Disco Elephants. It's currently unknown if it will keep that name, or if any of the singles released so far will feature on the final album. No material written by Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish (of Bring Me the Horizon) is expected to feature.
In announcing the return to the studio, Borland explains that they were due to start work the previous week, however the California wildfires delayed proceedings after destroying Fred Durst's home, as well as numerous instruments and pieces of recording equipment.
Investigations by metal publication MetalSucks have revealed that Jered Threatin, whose solo band toured the UK to no fans on the back of a faked fanbase, label, and management, is in fact former Abigail Williams bassist Jered Eames.
Eames first gained traction in the extreme metal world with his black metal project Saetith, based in his home town of Missouri - live members included former Cradle of Filth member Gian Pyres and ex-Dying Fetus drummer Duane Timlin. After Saetith ended, Eames spent a short period of time with Abigail Williams in 2010 (confirmed by Ken Sorceron to have been roughly a week). It has also been revealed that he has become estranged from his family, having not spoken to his brother Scott
Jered has since taken to Twitter to make a cryptic boast about the experience, stating "What is Fake News? I turned an empty room into an international headline. If you are reading this, you are part of the illusion". ...more
Slovenian experimental collective, Laibach will release their own version of The Sound of Music, conceived around the time they toured North Korea in 2015. They performed several songs off the respective album, as it is a beloved film in the respective country and used by children to learn English in school.
The band also included an interpretation of 'Arirang', a traditional Korean song considered as an unofficial anthem for both North and South Korea. There is also 'The Sound of Gayageum', a tune that uses the gayaegeum, a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument performed by students from the Kum Song Music School in Pyongyang and a recording of the band’s “welcome” speech to Korea from Mr. Ryu from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Committee for Cultural Relations.
'The Sound of Music' video, featuring footage from their own documentary, Liberation Days:
King Fowley, frontman for Pennsylvanian death metal band Deceased, has posted on his Facebook page that the band's drummer, Dave "Scarface" Castillo, passed away last night. The reason for this passing has still yet to be announced, but King did have the following to say about his Deceased band mate:
"“When you hear the record you too will see he got it all spot on!” Foley wrote as part of that post. “The man always came prepared for recordings/jams/shows and if you didn’t give him enough time to have it ready he’d surely let you know. He wanted to impress you. He wanted it correct and not half-assed, which is the ONLY way music will ever come out of a band i’m a part of. It’s how he did everything in life. And me writing all the Deceased drum parts never bothered him a bit. He would just say “you write it man, keep it your wild Deceased style” and then he’d gladly learn it no matter how wacky i might of made something. Dave Castillo wi ...more
British pop rock group Busted have released a new track from their forthcoming 4th album Half Way There (a reference to their song "Year 3000", in which 'everybody bought [their] seventh album'). The track, "Nineties", marks a return to the pop-punk influenced sound of their first two albums, and is full of references to 90s pop culture. It also contains a rare moment of harsh vocals from Charlie Simpson, who is also the frontman of post-hardcore group Fightstar.
Watch the video below. Busted embark on a UK Arena tour in 2019, with their new album coming out 9 February 2019.
Japanese emo/alternative trio eastern youth have just unveiled the music video for their new song "Tokeidai no Kane", which will be released on CD tomorrow (November 14) as part of a three-song single. "Tokeidai no Kane" is currently being used as the ending theme for the second season of the anime series Golden Kamuy; it is the first eastern youth song to be used in an anime. The other two tracks from the CD single will also be available in the form of a 7" single on December 12.
eastern youth is celebrating 30 years since their formation as a right-wing Oi! outfit in 1988. They are currently embarking on their 30th anniversary tour, which began on September 23 and will soon conclude in Shibuya, Tokyo on December 8. The band released their seventeenth studio album SONGentoJIYU last year, featuring newly recruited bassist Muraoka Yuka who replaced longtime member Ninomiya Tomokazu in 2015. eastern youth is still enjoying modest success in recent ...more
Ahead of Friday's release, portrayal of guilt has their debut album streaming on NPR. The band runs through blackened screamo, hardcore, noise, grindcore, hardcore, and a whole host of other genres through a cohesive and blistering 22 minutes.
Recorded in December of 2017, over the course of 48 hours, the album features guest vocals from Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) and Matt Michel (Majority Rule). The record is being jointly released by Gilead Media in the US and Holy Roar in Europe.
portrayal of guilt are currently touring the west coast with WRONG.
Following up on their promise of more activity within the band camp, HEALTH has released a new collaborative single, this time teaming up with EDM duo Youth Code. The track in question showcases instrumental minimalism with a raw and dirty production that correlates itself into hardcore punk territories. "Innocence" can be heard below but if that wasn't enough, the band has released more clothing designs and expanded on their UK/European tour. All merchandise and tour dates can be found on their official website, which is also linked here.
Revelations have broken this week regarding the mystery of one-man rock group Threatin, after a disastrous UK tour in which nobody attended, despite claims of hundreds of tickets being sold. Instead, the only people in attendance were staff, guests from opening bands, and members of the supporting bands. Venues who had hosted Threatin have since blacklisted the artist.
Since news broke of the lengths Jered Threatin went to in order to create his rockstar persona online, he has deactivated his Facebook page and disabled comments on YouTube videos. He has so far refused to comment on reports, and is expected to complete his European tour in the coming days.
Read more in-depth coverage of the story here: https://www.sickchirpse.com/guy-paid-thousands-pounds-tour-uks-most-prestigious-venues-play-nobody/
Electro-house producer Steve Aoki as teamed up with the pop-punk powerhouse Blink-182 for a new single. The track, titled "Why Are We So Broken" is the first collaboration between the two artists, and is a single off Aoki's fifth and latest album Neon Future III, which released earlier today.
American metalcore outfit August Burns Red have released a surprise Christmas EP, entitled "Winter Wilderness". The EP consists of 6 songs, 2 of which are original compositions, 'Avalanche' and the title track.
Similar to their last Christmas album, Sleddin' Hill, the EP is entirely instrumental without any vocals. The band also released a video for the title track.
Their previous album, Phantom Anthem was just released last year.
2. It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
3. Winter Wilderness
4. Home Alone Theme
5. What Child Is This? (Greensleeves)
6. Last Christmas
UK-based techno/electronica producer messFX (also known as Sputnik user MercuryToHell) has today released his 13th full length album, 'invasion of the 70ft lime green headknockers'.
The 10-track record includes Prodigy and Fatboy Slim-inspired big beat, Warp Records-esque glitch, trip-hop and techno and is available immediately on Bandcamp, with streaming services to follow hopefully very soon.
Any offers to review would be very much appreciated.
1. reverie of aerith's return
2. invasion of the 70ft lime green headknockers
3. happy robot sings out for his friend
4. arachnid's adventures in analog
5. i think i have to disengage
6. when you can find peace in chaos
7. golden glow reverential reduxx
8. the 1989 skyline gt-r
9. despite it all, she was ok
10. please will someone get him the f*** away from me
Female fronted Cascadian black metal/funeral doom act Vouna are now streaming their debut s/t album through Invisible Oranges. This album also marks the first release on the new Artemisia Records co-run by members of Wolves in the Throne Room.
The official release date for Vouna is November 9th, 2018, and physical media purchases can be made through: