Initial Descent: March 18 – 24, 2018

Of Feather and Bone
Of Feather and Bone – photo courtesy of Pale With Decay

This thing we do with new releases every week is not unlike others new release blasts and we realize you can go anywhere for it but we appreciate you coming here. With that said, we hope you dig it but if not feel free to comment on what you don’t or if there’s something you’d like to see or if your band would like to be included. Our contact info can be found on the homepage and we are also on social media, hit us up. Tons of great stuff to get into this week so… Denver’s Of Feather and Bone send shockwaves through the crusty, gnarly death metal world with Bestial Hymns of Perversion, one of funeral doom’s most beloved members, Mournful Congregation, return with The Incubus of Karma, noise rockers High Priests focus on the riffs with debut Spinning and closing out the top slots this week is the return of melodic death metallers The Absence on A Gift for the Obsessed. As always, there’s much more to explore so dive in head first and get both ears full. Continue reading

Album Review: High Priests – “Spinning”

high priests - spinning

Hi.  Do you like noise rock?  Sure, we all do…but it’s so hard to find time in today’s get-up-and-go lifestyle to find that healthy blend of dissonance and melody, you know?  That why I always turn to Chicago, and to the noise boys of High Priests, who in debut Spinning have crafted a solid rocking package of tunes that hit a level of rattle and hum while paying homage and staying firmly in the pocket of the noise their home turf have produced.   Continue reading

Premiere: The Mons – “Alarm Clock”

The Mons - Trust No One

Triple Eye Industries has announced that hardcore/punk band The Mons will be releasing their second full length Trust No One on October 20. Today, we have a premiere of track six titled “Alarm Clock” for you to dive into. Taking a stroll through this album is like rolling back the clock to teenage years when finding bands like Black Flag, Dead Kennedys and Circle Jerks meant a whole new and different level of extreme. Lo-fi punk rock at its best with lyrical diatribes against the status quo meets fist pumping jams is what you can expect from Trust No One and “Alarm Clock” is one of the best examples. Check it out for yourself after the jump. Continue reading