Alright, we’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
We’ll open with the new single from Spiritbox, titled “The Void”. The visualizer for that track can be seen here, and that release falls amidst their sold out tour with After The Burial and Intervals. So if you don’t have a ticket for that one yet, good luck.
I know a few of us at Nine Circles are excited about the upcoming Gozu album, so let’s go there next. Their new single, “CLDZ”, can be heard here. As a reminder, their fifth full-length, Remedy, is out on May 19 through Blacklight Media and Metal Blade.
We’re officially one month out from the release of Holocene, so we’ll wrap up the day with the new video from The Ocean for “Subatlantic”. Give it a watch below and get ready for the May 19 release through Pelagic Records.
Not gonna lie to ya, today was another weird one. Let’s get this over with…
After The Burial dropped their first music in a few years, so that’s as good of a place to start as any. The new double single, Embrace The Infinity, was released through Sumerian Records. Check out the clip for “Nothing Gold” here, and stream the two tracks here.
Word on the street is that it’s going to snow overnight. That’s wild.
Leading off, we have a new performance video from Soen for “Fortune”. That’s the latest material taken from Atlantis, their new concert film, which drops this coming Friday through Silver Lining Music. That track, of course, is originally taken from 2021’s Imperial.
Seven days have come and gone, and I am still buried in the swirling green haze of classic psychedelic rock. I can’t escape…and frankly I don’t want to escape. But I also don’t want to burden you with more fuzz and scuzz from the late 60s and early 70s, so I’m kindly bowing out of this, the 227th edition of the Nine Circles Playlist and will let my fellow partners in crime hit you with the heavy stuff.
Anton brings us in with some Cosmic Putrefaction, followed by Tomarum and Syberia. Josh hits us with all kinds of rot, starting with Wormrot and quickly chasing it with some new Jungle Rot. After that it’s a swig of Denouncement Pyre, Kreator, Moon Tooth, and some classic Burst. Vincent has been all over the debut from the Linda Lindas, so you get some that plus tracks from Amulets and Superstition. Ian graces us again with his picks, hitting up The Weakerthans, Gregory Alan Isakov, After the Burial, and the long awaited return of Ignite. From there Angela brings it home with Darkher, Primitive Man, Horn, and a collaboration between Thou, Emma Ruth Rundle, and Mizmor.
Hey! I officially, and finally, have an order for the latest Stormkeep vinyl locked in!
Starting with Spirit Adrift is always a sound decision. They’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of Pantera’s Vulgar Display of Power with a cover of “Hollow”. Check out the visualizer here.
Ithaca is popular around these parts, so let’s check out their new stuff. The video for “They Fear Us” is available here, the title-track from their new album. That’s out on July 29th through Hassle Records.
So, I hadn’t listened to Allegaeon in a minute, but I have to say that I am very impressed with Damnum. As such, here’s their new video for “Vermin”, taken from that album, which is out now on Metal Blade.