Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:
Leading off, good news from The Atlas Moth: in a new interview with Yr Album’s a Sucker, frontman Stavros Giannopoulos revealed that the band’s new album is 75% done. Oh, and it’ll be out on Prosthetic Records. So, that’s cool!
Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from over the weekend:
As per usual, a whole bunch of bands dropped new albums on Friday, including Extremity, Valborg and others. Check out Josh’s recap for the full list.
Iced Earth revealed the cover art for their upcoming album, Incorruptible, which drops June 16 on Century Media. Am I the only one that looked at this and thought of Theon vs. Ramsay on Game of Thrones?
Well this is interesting. Tony Hovater, former drummer of some band named The Paramedic, is running for office in New Carlisle, OH. But that’s not the interesting part. He’s running as part of the Traditional Worker’s Party. The one formed by Matthew Heimbach. The racist. Great.
And finally, Converge drummer Ben Koller released an awesome new “drum cam” video of the band’s performance of “All We Love We Leave Behind,” filmed at Seattle’s Rain Fest earlier this year. Check it out:
Check back tomorrow for The Dump! Now get to happy hour, dammit!