LOCRIAN Debut “Heavy Water” Video

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Chicago/Baltimore experimentalists Locrian have premiered the official video for their track, “Heavy Water”, over at No Clean Singing. Taken from the new album Infinite Dissolution, the track is set to a visually-striking and abstract clip created by George Moore. Vocalist and keyboardist Terence Hannum commented on the track:

“The album is richly varied in its sound, both harsh and sublime. Through music, it traces a narrative inspired by the album’s disturbing central idea. Perhaps unexpectedly, the album’s penultimate song, ‘Heavy Waters’, is buoyant and bright, a shimmering, uplifting, cathartic piece — something you could dance to. It could be seen as a hopeful possibility — the chance of a rebirth for life if (and maybe it’s just a question of when) humanity succeeds in wrecking all that’s around us now.”

Check out the video after the break.

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CASPIAN Streaming New Track “Arcs Of Command”

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Massachusetts post-rock outfit Caspian have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Dust and Disquiet.  The new track is the nearly nine-minute “Arcs of Command”, which slowly builds from calm and collected beginnings to a blistering, riff-heavy climax. It’s massive, to say the least. Check out the track for yourself after the break.

Dust and Disquiet will be released on September 25 via Triple Crown Records.

The band’s upcoming tour dates with Circle Takes the Square can be found below.

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GOROD Release “Temple Of The Art God” Lyric Video

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French progressive death metal quintet Gorod have premiered a new lyric video for their track, “Temple Of The Art God”, over at Metal Injection. The new track, which will appear on the group’s upcoming A Maze of Recycled Creeds full-length, features a seemingly endless onslaught of dizzying, virtuosic instrumentation that punish and discombobulate.  Check out the mind-boggling tune after the break.

A Maze of Recycled Creeds will be released on October 16 via Unique Leader Records. Pre-order here.

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THE NIETZSCHE Streaming “Intro To Advanced Poetry”

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The Nietzsche are amazing. This band came to my attention through Lane and I’m glad because their debut EP Intro To Advanced Poetry is crushing. Mathcore layered with post-hardcore and wrapped up in a nice package. You can now hear said EP right now by clicking on after the jump. Check it out.     

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CORRECTIONS HOUSE To Release New Album “Know How To Carry A Whip”

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Industrialized supergroup Corrections House (Neurosis, Yakuza, etc) have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album and follow-up to 2013’s Last City Zero. The new record will be titled Know How To Carry A Whip (artwork above) and will be released on October 23 via Neurot Recordings. Recorded by the band’s own Sanford Parker (Minsk) and minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury, in Vietnam, Know How To Carry A Whip will feature 45-minutes of new material. Guitarist Scott Kelly (Neurosis) offered the following comments:

“The music is simultaneously suffocating and freeing,…but it also has the energy of a whirling dervish.”

Fairbury elaborates on the production:

“The songs typically originate from the loops and beats that are generated from Sanford, then the skeleton of riffs are built by Scott and Bruce. Mike IX adds his profound observations and I do the final production. These…

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BARONESS Streaming New Track “Chlorine & Wine”

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baroness-purpleBaroness will release their new album Purple this December and the band have released a few details about the album. Along with those details, we got a new track titled “Chlorine & Wine.” This track has a bit of a different vibe than some of the bands past material. This track has more of a post-rock vibe and I like it. Check out “Chlorine & Wine” below.     

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