Have you ever tasted palpable rage and pain, where it just radiates from a person, and you visibly had to move out of their way? Highly emotive music that radiates that sort of emotion means that there is something barely contained underneath the surface, and it becomes the perfect soundtrack when you are angry and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it. Abraham’s Débris de mondes perdus is an album that barely disguises its contempt and lament for something that happened, and, at the heart of it all, the onset of its rage is justified.Continue reading
CANTO: Absent In Body, Ignite, Abraham, and More
I have acquired a dog named Athena that looks like Abbath. Life is weird.
- Converge have announced the first Bloodmoon shows in the United States. The Bloodmoon collaboration will be performing April 9th in Boston and April 10th in NYC, with Caspian supporting both nights. Tickets go on sale Friday at this location.
- Ignite have also announced some U.S. dates in May. They cover a lot of ground between May 5th and the 15th, supporting their upcoming new self-titled album. That drops on March 25th through Century Media and can be pre-ordered here.
- Abraham released a new single and video today, titled “Blood Moon, New Alliance”. That’s taken from their new album, Débris de Mondes Perdus, which is out on February 25th through Pelagic Records, which you can purchase here.
- In case you somehow weren’t aware, Abysmal Dawn is releasing a new EP on Friday titled Nightmare Frontier, which will be out through Season of Mist. Better still, you can stream the album in full right now… just in case you can’t wait a couple extra days.
- Absent In Body, a project featuring current and former member of Amenra, Neurosis, and Sepultura, have announced their debut album… something we should all be excited about. Plague God will be out on March 25th through Relapse Records. Check out the video for the first single, “The Acres/The Ache” below.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”
CANTO: Green Carnation, Beartooth, Abraham, and More
And thus begins another foray into five days of doom and despair.
- Green Carnation have announced an online acoustic performance of “9-29-045”, set for December 16th, this coming Thursday. The track will be premiered through YouTube, where the band will also be doing a live Q&A. Set those calendars!
- Beartooth have finally announced the second part of The Below Tour, with Silverstein, The Devil Wears Prade, and Erra. The dates begin on March 26th, and tickets go on sale this coming Friday at this location.
- Abraham, the Swiss apocalyptic metal crew, are streaming a new track titled “Fear Overthrown”. Débris de Mondes Perdus, their new album, will be out on February 25th through Pelagic Records. Pre-order options are available here.
- Doom and fuzz collective Fostermother dropped a new video today for “Sunday”, a track taken from The Ocean, their upcoming new album. That will be out on February 18th through Ripple Music, and can be scooped up here.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”
The Nine Circles Playlist Vol. 41 (5.21.2018)
It’s Monday. I got nothing.
We’ve got a loaded list today since last week we round-tabled on Panopticon, which you can take a listen to here. Spoiler alert: it was a lot of fun. And we’ve already got a plan for the next one so stay tuned for that. Head on over to our YouTube channel to subscribe then hit the play button below along with your mega sized cup of coffee. Oh, and let’s up the ante; hit us in the comments with your faves from the past week or two. We’d love to know what we’re missing out on but also to listen right along with you. See you here this week. Continue reading