Code Orange Kids stream their latest CD, Love Is Love // Return To Dust via brooklynvegan.com. Their album is to be released November 20th on Deathwish Inc.
Check out "La Epidemia" from Ill Nino's latest album, Epidemia, below.
Project 86 have been in the studio this week recording new “Christmas jams”. The group expect to have some pics and video from the sessions up later today via their Facebook.
Megadeth‘s Dave Mustaine has confirmed that sessions for the new Megadeth album will begin on Thursday, November 01st with producer Johnny K. (Disturbed, Sevendust) once again behind the boards.
Jesu have a limited edition 7″ single for Duchess“/”Veiled” available through Bandcamp. “Duchess” is a cover of The Stranglers; while “Veiled” is a new original track.
Check out the video for "Frost on Her Pillow" below. It comes from Cradle of Filth's upcoming album, The Manticore and Other Horrors.
P.O.S. has cancelled (postponed indefinitely) his fall tour due to the fact that he is in need of a new kidney. He discusses the situation below.
Corelia have posted an 8-bit cover of their song "Treetops." What other great 8-bit covers/remixes are out there? Put em in the comments.
Troubled Coast have made their newly released album "Awake and Empty" available for streaming here. The album hit stores this past tuesday via Pure Noise Records.
And if you want to listen to their latest album, Epidemia, check out the stream here.
Check out the official video for "Red" below. Waiting until 2013 for a full length is going to take some patience!
The new Strife track “Show No Mercy” has debuted online over at Altpress.com. It is taken from their guest laden upcoming new studio album “Witness A Rebirth“, out November 06th.
Joe Siracuse, vocalist of Buffalo, NY death metal band Sons of Azrael has reportedly passed away at the age of 29. Details regarding his passing have yet to surface.
This is the second tragedy to hit the Sons of Azrael camp during the past year, as guitarist Tony Lorenzo was shot and paralyzed by an armed robber last October.
Recent featureees Belle Epoque have a brand-spankin' new music video for their song "Disappear." Head to the comments to view it.
It's a bit of an oldie, but definitely a goodie!
Hands was much loved by those of us here at Decoy, so it's great to see Shane Ochsner putting together more music. He has a new project called Everything in Slow Motion. They currently have two tracks out, both embedded below. Listen, and fall in love with them.
Official press release:
Groundbreaking metalcore act Underoath are formally announcing their plans to disband following a remarkable 15-year career that made a monumental impact on millions of fans and forever changed the face of heavy music.
"It's sad to say that we feel like it's time to close this chapter, but we have never seen things more clearly," says vocalist Spencer Chamberlain. "These have been the best years of my entire life, and I owe that to every single person who ever supported this band along the way. This wasn't a quick decision by any means. It's just time for us to move on."
The band is closing an era during which it served as a pillar of the heavy music scene. Underoath formed an indelible bond with their massive fan base through relentless touring in front of sellout audiences on six continents, as well as the early adoption and mastery of social networking that helped bridge the divide between band and fan - resulting in the band becoming one of the first with 1 million 'likes' on Facebook as well as a tally of more than 70 million plays on MySpace.
The Tampa, Florida-based group released seven acclaimed albums in total – including the Gold-certified mid-2000s releases They're Only Chasing Safety and Define the Great Line – that collectively yielded several groundbreaking videos, Grammy and Dove Award nominations and total sales in excess of 1.3 million units.
On the road to becoming one of hard rock's biggest success stories, Underoath created a deep and enduring culture surrounding its music and message and became that rarest of things in the music world: a band that actually meant something, to millions of fans around the globe.
Underoath will cap its incredible run with the release of a career retrospective album, Anthology 1999-2013 – released November 6 on Solid State Records. With tracks culled from their 1999 debut, Act of Depression, through the instant classics on 2010's Ø (Disambiguation), Anthology 1999-2013 is an essential collection of songs that celebrates the evolution of this seminal band.
Pushing Anthology 1999-2013 beyond a mere retrospective, the release gives fans one last chance to hear newly recorded material in the form of new tracks "Sunburnt" and "Unsound." Recorded with longtime producer Matt Goldman, the two new songs represent the final material recorded by the band.
"Over the past decade or so of our lives, we have been able to live a dream traveling the world, playing music that excites us, and meeting more amazing people than we could have ever fathomed," says keyboardist Chris Dudley. "This couldn't be a more bittersweet moment for us. We have accomplished more, met more friends, seen more places and have just done more than we could have ever imagined, and we really wanted to just go out on the highest note possible. That's why we have put together a group of great friends and musicians for what will be our final tour ever. We are taking every moment of this tour as an opportunity to say goodbye to you all, as well as celebrate what has taken place over all these years. The love we have and the debt of gratitude that we owe to all of you is not able to be measured in any way."
That farewell tour will commence in 2013, featuring fan-favorite songs that span the entirety of Underoath's career. Further details to be announced next week.
"We don't take this very lightly and it's heartbreaking for all of us," Chamberlain says of the band's announcement, "but all good things must come to an end. We love all of you and hope to see you again soon."
Read Baroness' statement here (includes photos) or read the comments below.
Canadian post-rock/experimental outfit Godspeed You! Black Emperor is apparently set to release a new album, their first in roughly ten years. While details are sketchy, the effort is titled Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! and will be available on October 19th via Constellation.
Cargo Records offers up the following: