Entries Tagged ‘Southern Lord’

Southern Lord to release HISSING 7″

Southern Lord is preparing the self-titled 7″ EP from traumatizing Seattle-based death metal trio, HISSING, for release this June. HISSING began in 2014 out of a mutual interest between bassist/vocalist Zach Wise, guitarist Joe O’Malley, and drummer Sam Pickel in exploring dissonant and punishing metal. Having forged a more explosive identity since then, the outfit [...]

Goatsnake and Pelican announce mini-tour (2015)

Southern Lord labelmates Goatsnake and Pelican will embark on their four-city Midwest U.S. mini-tour next week, marking Goatsnake’s first time ever performing in the region and Pelican return to towns which they’ve not played in quite some time. 12/12/2015 5th Quarter Lounge – Indianapolis, IN w/ Bongripper, Rlyeh, Sacred Leather [info] 12/13/2015 Ace of Cups [...]

Black Breath share “Slaves Beyond Death,” tour (2015)

The crushing title track to the mighty third LP by Seattle’s Black Breath, Slaves Beyond Death, has just been issued as the first single from the highly anticipated album through an exclusive premiere at Noisey as the album nears release through Southern Lord late in September. Endure the savagery of BLACK BREATH’s “Slaves Beyond Death” [...]

Obliterations tour in support of Poison Everything (2015)

The latest onslaught of unhinged, live annihilation from Los Angeles’ Obliterations has been confirmed, as the band plans to shred through Eastern North America in June. From June 5 through the 20, the band will storm the Eastern half of the U.S. and Lower Canada with thirteen lucky new cities set to be hit by [...]

Southern Lord to release YDI discography

Southern Lord has activated several tracks from the label’s upcoming vinyl discography collection from Philly hardcore icons, YDI, as the deluxe reissue nears release in early April. Spanning different eras of the infamous crew’s random lineage and discography, the tracks “Black Dust,” the demo version of “8th Man,” and the band’s namesake track, “Why Die?,” [...]

Poison Idea share “Bog,” tour (2015)

The first single to be released from the anxiously awaited Confuse & Conquer LP by Portland, Oregon’s hardcore punk heroes, Poison Idea, has been debuted today through New Noise Magazine, as Southern Lord prepares to release the album in one month. Unload POISON IDEA’s album-opening “Bog” through New Noise Magazine now at THIS LOCATION. Confuse [...]

Goatsnake ready album for Southern Lord, play shows (2014. 2015)

Los Angeles, California’s Goatsnake is back in a big way. Having spent the Summer at Rock Falcon Studios in Franklin, Tennessee, the band is gearing up to release their first new full-length album since 2000′s Flower Of Disease. The new album, due for a release on Southern Lord next year, will feature the familiar faces of Greg Rogers (The Obsessed, Sonic [...]

Southern Lord sign Gust, band tours (2014)

Southern Lord reveals the latest addition to their raging Summer schedule; enter progressive hardcore band Gust, hailing from Trollhättan, Sweden.  The fierce four piece skillfully combines pounding d-beat rhythms with a classic hardcore punk directness, and bring forth a maelstrom of metallic riffs, amalgamating into a brutal and arresting sonic assault fans of Cursed and [...]

Obliterations finish tracking LP for Southern Lord

California’s Obliterations has finished tracking their debut LP for Southern Lord.A day after returning from their Southwest US Tour in March, the band recorded sixteen tracks with producer Chris Owens (Lords, Coliseum, Young Widows) at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 in only three days. The record taps into the groundwork the band has laid on its [...]

Nightfell (ex-His Hero Is Gone, Tragedy) ready album

Todd Burdette, the Portland hardcore legend who’s served time in Tragedy, His Hero Is Gone, Deathreat, Severed Head of State and many others, has announced a new blackened doom metal project called Nightfell. Teaming up with Tim Call of Aldebaran, the duo have readied their eight-song debut album. It’s called The Living Ever Mourn.  Southern [...]