News of the week – Bobble your head to Death

R.I.P.

Ex. Disrupt bass player Tony Leone has passed away from his battle with stomach cancer.

Highlights

Weekend Nachos are streaming a song from their last album, Apology. The album will be released via Relapse Records on 20th May.

Cult of Luna and Julie Christmas have a new song available on streaming.

A new Withered song is streaming. Grief relic will be released on 27th May via Season of Mist.

Sumac (ex. Isis, Baptists, ex. Botch, Russian Circles) have a new song out. What one becomes will be released via Thrill Jockey on 10th June.

A new song from Thrice is streaming. New album To be everywhere is to be nowhere is set for 27th May via Vagrant Records.

A new Hesitation wound (Touche Amore, Slipknot…) song is streaming before the release of Awake for everything via 6131 Records on 27th May.

You can listen here to a remastered version of Creeping death by Metallica.

Nomad are getting ready to release their new album, Love it or leave it, via Melotov Records. A song is streaming via Mass Appeal.

Lord Mantis (Cobalt) have a new EP coming up called NTW and a song is streaming via Cvlt nation. New density will release it on 29th April.

Robotic Empire have a new Nirvana cover album ready with bands such as Daughters, Thou or The Saddest Landscape contributing. Basement and Circa Survive‘s cover are already streaming.

Full albums

The Melvins are streaming a previously unreleased album recorded with Mike Kunka from godheadSilo. The album will be released via Sub Pop under the name of Mike and The Melvins.

Mike Patton and John Kaada‘s new album, Bacteria cult, is streaming in full via Dangerous Minds.

Tombs‘ new EP, All empires fall, is streaming. The EP will be released via Relapse Records on 1st April.

Wildernessking‘s new EP is streaming via Cvlt nation.

Rap group Death Grips have released a new instrumental EP for free called Interviews 2016.

Primitive Man‘s new split with Sea Bastard is sold out but is streaming via Bandcamp.

The Body and Full of Hell‘s album One day you will ache like I ache is streaming via The PRP.

Like Rats (Weekend Nachos) are streaming their album II via The PRP.

Studio

Oathbreaker are working on their new album for Deathwish Records.

Ramallah (Blood for Blood) are working on new music eleven years after the release of their first album.

The Acacia Strain is working on new music. They also have recorded two new songs for an unspecified split EP.

In other news

Japanese grind noise legends Swarrrm are planning to release a 3LP anniversary album called 20 years of chaos.

Norma Jean‘s new album will be released on 9th September via Solid State Records.

Live shows

Wrekmeister Harmonies will be playing in London at the Black Heart on 7th May with Casual Nun.

Quicksand, Dashboard Confessional, The Get Up Kids and Taking Back Sunday will be touring together as part of the Taste of Chaos tour. No, this news item is not from 1999.

Expire and Cross Me will be touring in Europe with Renounced and Additional Time opening on select shows.
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Wiegedood, the black metal project of members of Oathbreaker and some ex. Rise and Fall will be playing in Switzerland and France with Pelican. No news yet if a full European tour will come around those shows.

This is what the 2016 edition of the This is Hardcore festival will look like.
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Music videos

Black Tusk have a new music video but it’s highly NSFW. You can check my review of their latest album here.

Spylacopa (Candiria) have a new music video.

Boysetfire are still releasing new music videos and here is another one.

If you’re curious about what Intronaut is up to, here is their new video.

Skinless have finally released another music video for their album issued last year.

Oh my god, why?!

Because nobody asked for me, you can now order your edition of Scream bloody gore by Death with a bobble head. Admittedly, it looks pretty cool.
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Did anybody ask for some russian rapcore?

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