Entries for May, 2014

You Indie Feature: An interview with John Colpitts of Man Forever

While drumming out rhythms may sound like a simple practice, when performed by John Colpitts of Man Forever (and Kid Millions and Oneida), it initiates a journey that results in sophisticated compositions that delight even the most astute fans of experimental music. For instance, Colpitts most recently released a collaborative album with So Percussion, which [...]

You Indie Feature: An interview with Megan March of Street Eaters

Blood::Muscles::Bones comes on the heels of several years of relentless global touring. Recorded during a heatwave in Portland, Oregon, what went to tape reflects the intense reality the band has been living – a two-seat compact truck crammed with multiple amps, drums, and empty coffee cups; dense basement shows in the midwest that turned into swamps; [...]

Sweet Cobra ready Earth, tour with Auxes (2014)

Following the announcement of their upcoming new album, titled Earth, set for release later this year, prolific Chicago noise-rock three-piece Sweet Cobra has just announced their upcoming European tour with friends Auxes, featuring members of celebrated ’90s experimental punk band Milemarker. Recorded by Matt Talbot (Hum) and Kurt Ballou (Converge) at Earth Analog Studios in [...]

Baptists ready Bloodmines, play Southwest Terror Fest III

Like its predecessor, Baptists’ Bloodmines is a fast, exhilarating album of rage, oozing with genuine raw emotion and punk rock fury. Shards of feedback make way for fast powerful riffs and savage vocals, whilst explosive drumming pumps blood around the band’s beating heart. Official release dates and previews of the album will be released throughout [...]

Wreck & Reference share “Apollo Beneath The Whip”, tour (2014)

Noisey has premiered another new track off of Wreck & Reference’s new album today on their website.  Listen to “Apollo Beneath The Whip”, which will be available on Want this June 10 from The Flenser, Here. Catch the band live here: 06-06 Omaha, NE – The West Wing +++++ 06-08 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair* 06-09 [...]

Wolves In The Throne Room ready Celsite, tour (2014)

Wolves In The Throne Room are preparing for the release of Celstite — the instrumental companion to their 2011 Celestial Lineage LP.  With over forty-five minutes of stunning, reworked versions of the powerful black metal anthems that surged on Celestial Lineage, on Celestite, the band takes a deeper excursion into the crystalline synthesizer-driven domains that [...]

Vermin Womb ready EP for Throatruiner

Denver, Colorado’s Vermin Womb is the new project from Ethan Lee Mc Carthy (guitar/vocals in Primitive Man and formerly of Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire, Death Of Self…). The band’s debut EP Permanence fills the hole left by CTTOAFF’s apocalyptic take on grind/death and sludge (same line-up, different drummer) in a darker, [...]

Celebration ready album for Bella Union, share video

Living legends on Baltimore’s thriving music scene, Celebration return with Albumin, a seismic slice of psychedelic rock’n’soul, out August 19 on Bella Union.  It’s the band’s first album since 2010′s acclaimed Electric Tarot: Hello Paradise, and their first for Bella Union, initiating a new chapter in their story. Watch the video for the first single “Tomorrow’s [...]

Murder By Death to perform at Stanley Hotel

Murder By Death have announced that they will be returning to the Stanley Hotel January 2-4, 2015. The hotel, located in Estes Park, CO, is best known from Stephen King’s The Shining. After the sold out January 2014 stint at the storied hotel, they have decided to return. Lead singer/guitarist Adam Turla stated: “After speaking [...]

HUSH. share “We Left Like Birds”

HUSH. has revealed “We Left Like Birds,” the next new song off its upcoming debut full-length, Unexist. Stream “We Left Like Birds” exclusively via Revolver Magazine. Out June 24, Unexist was mixed by Scott Evans (Old Man Gloom, Ladder Devils) and mastered by Brad Boatright (High on Fire, Nails). HUSH., based in Albany, NY, features [...]