Welcome to another Saturday morning playlist, friends. This week, we have a slew of new singles, from the death metal of Atrae Bilis and Dream Unending to the scenecore revival of Seeyouspacecowboy. Plus, my personal favorite Envy song, Chvrches upbeat synthpop, and much more. Check it out below.
Another week, another unending set of problems. Yep, that simple folks. Anyway, new metal time which means it’s finally CARCASS week. Whether you fell off long ago or keep on keeping on, Carcass keep doing their thing and this week they’re, again, doing it extremely well as they travel further along the melodi-carcass path. Plus, who doesn’t need some fun in their death metal these days? Rhetorical question of course, not in my bucket to care who does and who doesn’t. For a twofer of melodic death metal, we’ve got the latest from Insomnium which “good” is understood automatically, how good? Find out. Then we’ve got some brutalicious death metal from Vulvodynia and some wicked deathgrind from Dickless Tracy. Last but not least are the remainder of releases hiding out below these top four. Go. Do it.
Fucking summer colds, yo. Let’s wrap this week up.
Damn, apparently Ghost Bath is still a thing. They’ve announced a new album, Self Loather, which will be released on October 29th through Nuclear Blast Records. Check out the visualizer for the first single, “Convince Me to Bleed”, and pre-order your copy here.
You know what? This is going to be a Nuclear Blast news roundup today, and that’s fucking fine. Equilibrium released a a new single titled “Revolution”, and kicked off pre-orders for a Sagas vinyl reissue. Fun fact: that was the last Equilibrium album I truly loved. Those will ship out November 19th.
South Dakota metalcore collective Earth Groans are releasing a new EP on September 3rd through Solid State Records titled The Body. Check out the new single, “Drink”, which you can stream right here.
Cadaver gave us a new music video today, for “Feed The Pigs”, which features Kam Lee of Massacre (awesome). That track, of course, is taken from Edder & Bile, which dropped last year through… Nuclear Blast.
We’ll close with a new single and music video from Blind Channel for “Balboa”. That track is also available to stream and purchase here, through Century Media.
Alright, so today was slightly more normal? But only slightly. Very, very slightly.
Let’s kick things off with some news from Swallow the Sun. The Finnish death doom legends have announced a new studio album, which will be titled Moonflowers. That’s set for a November 19th release through Century Media. But wait, there’s more! In addition, there will also be an instrumental version of the album, and you can check out the clip for “Moonflowers Bloom In Misery” as performed by Trio NOX right now.
Agressor are reissuing their first two albums, Neverending Destiny and Towards Beyond, on vinyl (and CD) through Season of Mist. The release date is set for September 24th, but you can pre-order them right now at this location.
The biggest news of the day, however, likely came from Full of Hell, who also announced a new full-length. Garden of Burning Apparitions is set for an October 1st release through Relapse Records. (Side note: what a year it has been for Relapse!) Check out the video for “Industrial Messiah Complex” immediately below.
Welcome back to another Saturday morning, metal maniacs. This week, we have NEW CARCASS AT LONG LAST NEW CARCASS, a ripping goth rock monster from Unto Others, more from the upcoming Unreqvited album, and much more. Drop out and tune in below.