Anybody else get random urges to run screaming into the woods, never to return?
City of Caterpillar are returning, after a long 20 years, with a new album set for a September 30th release. Mystic Sisters will be out through Relapse Records, and the music video for “Decider” is available here. They’ve got some live dates coming up around that release date, so be sure to make that happen as well.
If you want something a little more psychedelic, let’s close out with the new video from Ruby the Hatchet for “Thruster”. It’s a ton of fun. That’s the first single taken from Fear is a Cruel Master, which is set for an October 21st release through Magnetic Eye Records.
Another week, another list of new metal… to which, we rejoice! I know, I know, it’s Monday and that’s a bit too much excitement. However, who doesn’t get excited over new metal? I mean, that’s about all we have anymore. Anywho, get your frowns on for a moment and welcome the new outing from Mournful Congregation (I kid, it’s good), next up is a war machine of deathgrind from Holocausto Canibal, then we’ve got an epic heavy metal effort from Gengis Khan, a rockin’ good time from Besvärjelsen, and a bloated list of many other hits to empty your wallets and blast what’s left of your hearing. Head directly below and happy hunting. See you here throughout the week…
Witherfall have teamed up with Adroit Theory Brewing Company to release the Shadows Black IPA… which conveniently happens to be my favorite style of beer. There’s also a limited edition shirt! Anyway, get the full scoop here.
Reeking Aura, the death and doom act out of New York and New Jersey, are releasing Blood And Bonemeal on July 29th through Profound Lore. Check out the visualizer for “Seed The Size Of A Spider’s Eye” here.
We’ll wrap up the week with the new video from death metal legends Jungle Rot. The clip below is for “Genocidal Imperium”, a track from A Call to Arms. That album dropped this past Friday through Unique Leader, and it’s awesome.
Goblins are always fun, so let’s wrap up the day with the latest from Nekrogoblikon. The clip for “Golden Future” is below, a track taken from The Fundamental Slimes and Humours. That one is out on April 1st. Pre-order it here.
Masters of shoegaze, Low Flying Hawks, have returned with their third full-length release and final part of their musical trilogy centering on the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphos, King of Corinth. The story is of the trickster king who cheated death twice and was then punished by the gods to spend eternity pushing a massive rock up a hill. Every time he neared the top, the rock slipped and rolled back down for him to start the grueling process over again. This conclusion album titled Fuyu means “winter” in Japanese and centers on the ups and downs and struggle of life. It is an emotive and beautiful album that stands perfectly on its own while also acting as the last piece of the puzzle in the band’s five-year long project.