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Category Archives: Premieres

Premiere: Lattermath are in the “Trench” with new video

Posted by on March 31, 2017

A few months back, we introduced you to Lattermath. The Boston prog-metallers, whose debut album was released earlier this month, have been around since 2010, when the Berklee grad students formed as a writing project. The band are heavy, melodic and progressive, often within the same song. While guitarist Ben Cohen might be better-known as […]

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Video premiere: Blackened death metal band Witch Casket are down with “That Damn Devil”

Posted by on March 22, 2017

When symphonic black metal band Sothis broke up in 2011, two of it’s members, Adam “Drogoth” McCarthy and Colin “Nylock” Cameron, formed Witch Casket. The Los Angeles progressive blackened death metal band formed in 2013, as those two and guitarist Neil Tiemann began working on what was initially a studio project. After the band’s forthcoming […]

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Song premiere: Invidia premiere title track of ‘As the Sun Sleeps’

Posted by on March 10, 2017

Are you familiar with Invidia yet? You should be. The band’s debut album, As the Sun Sleeps, will be out on SPV Records on March 31st, and in addition to a video, “Feed the Fire,” having been out for a little over a month, the band’s bassist Matt Snell already gave us a Spotify playlist of music currently […]

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EP premiere: Ghastly Sound stream noisy, hooky, guitarless EP

Posted by on March 9, 2017

Tomorrow (10), Vermont’s Ghastly Sound will release their first music on Magnetic Eye Records. The band’s self-titled EP is a quartet of songs that don’t need guitar to be heavy. Formed by childhood friends TJ Maynard (bass) and Ryan Lewis (drums), vocalist Tyler Gurwicz fills out the trio. The bass is sludgy and distorted enough […]

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Video premiere: Mammoth Mammoth’s riffage will have you Spellbound

Posted by on March 9, 2017

Looking for some high quality stoner rock that’ll pick up your otherwise unremarkable Thursday? Look no further than Australia’s Mammoth Mammoth. Taken from the band’s fifth full length, Mount the Mountain, if we were to compare them to another Australian band, we’d probably say Wolfmother, but only if they were fed a steady diet of Kyuss. The lyric […]

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