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April 22, 2013
art for No Answer: Lower Floors
Industrial / noise crew Wolf Eyes have just released a video for "Choking Flys," the first single from the band's new LP on De Stijl, No Answer: Lower Floors. In addition to current members Nate Young, John Olson and Jim Baljo, the LP sees a return of all former WE-ers Aaron Dilloway (who plays Ende Tymes next month) and Mike Connelly. Check out the track/video below and order yours at the label.
Wolf Eyes is preparing for a forthcoming US tour, but are currently touring European shores. All tour dates are listed, along with that video, below.
Diamond Terrifier is the a solo sax/electronic project from Z's Sam Hillmer, who will release a new four-track 12", The Subtle Body Wears A Shadow, on May 28 via Terrible Records. Label head Chris Taylor (also of Grizzly Bear) sat in the producer's chair for the LP, we've got the premiere of the video for "Triple Gem" in this post. Squealing saxophone and eerie atmospherics make this the perfect soundtrack to a late-night creepout. Watch below.
April 18, 2013
Savages at BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Savages are telling you (or someone) to "Shut Up" in their new video from their forthcoming debut LP, Silence Yourself due on May 7. The clip wisely shows off the band's best asset: their absolutely killer live show. Check it out below, along with a stream of album track "She Will."
Savages spent last weekend, and will spend this weekend, at Coachella (pics) and have upcoming dates with Meltdown Fest in the UK, Pitchfork, Glastonbury and more. Hopefully they'll make time for another NYC show while in the States for Pitchfork. All updated tour dates are below.
April 10, 2013
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
still from The Body's new video
The Body are sounding more vicious than ever in new track "The Ebb and Flow of Tides in a Sea of Ash,' due on their forthcoming Master, We Perish release via At a Loss. (Pre-order it here.) Abandoning woofer-quaking doom for a noise-soaked black metal approach, check out the video for that track below which features news footage culled from a mass suicide. Needless to say, viewer discretion advised.
March 28, 2013
Cathedral at MDF 2011 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Doom metal titans Cathedral have basically called it quits for good, having played their last show already, and will sail into the sunset with final album The Last Spire due on April 30th via Metal Blade. You can check out the LP's new single and video "Tower Of Silence," streaming below.
The song is one of two tracks recently released by the band, with an edit of "Vengeance of the Blind Dead" recently appearing on a Decibel Magazine flexi and you can stream that below as well.
March 26, 2013
They say good things come in threes, so I'm still waiting for the last piece of news to drop.
First is Cold Cave have released a new video for "A Little Death to Laugh," which will soon be released for its third pressing via Heartworm Press. The 7" is one of three in the works including the one-sided God Made the World with etching (digital comes with an additional track) also due via Heartworm and the previously discussed Oceans With No End 7" (which is streaming in full) due on Deathwish.
Secondly, Wes Eisold has announced additional dates with American Nightmare, which include stops in Chicago and Toronto. The AN dates fall smack in the middle of two legs of a Cold Cave tour, which hits NYC at 285 Kent on June 29 (tickets).
This doesn't count as third, but updated Cold Cave dates are listed below.
March 22, 2013
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Nova Scotians Kestrels have released a new video for "Drowning Girl" which is from last year's LP A Ghost History, out now via shoegaze-centric label, Sonic Unyon. Check out said video, which features a lot of people in primal scream mode, below. The song, shrouded in darkness and drenched in reverb, might fit nicely on early LPs by The Walkmen if only Paul Maroon's guitars weren't so bright and cutting.
Kestrels recently completed a round of dates toward SXSW and are currently prepping to campaign through their native Canada. Check out all tour dates and that video below.
March 20, 2013
Kvelertak at By:Larm 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Kvelertak's highly anticipated Meir hits on March 26, and the band has a brand new viscera-filled video to show for it. Check out "Månelyst" from the LP below. You can also stream the album in full at Stereogum and look for the band on tour this spring with Cancer Bats & Black Tusk.
March 4, 2013
Prince on 'Jimmy Fallon'
The Purple One (aka Prince) blessed NYC and the world at large with a performance on Friday (3/1) on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, performing the previously discussed new track "Screwdriver" as well as his 1979 track "Bambi". Check out video of both below. Both songs are available for purchase via Prince directly.
As mentioned, Prince will be paid tribute by names like The Roots, Elvis Costello and more over two sold-out nights in NYC, one officially at Carnegie Hall on March 7 and one "rehearsal" at City Winery on March 6th.
D'Angelo, who will perform the Carnegie Hall tribute, also plays Brooklyn Bowl tonight with Questlove (3/4, sold out).
Will Prince make an appearance at any of these shows? Prince.org at least confirms Prince will be in attendance at Carnegie.
Head below for video of Prince Rogers Nelson ripping through two tracks.
March 1, 2013
Aussie post-punk Total Control (members of Lace Curtain, Eddie Current Suppression Ring, Ooga Boogas) have released a new video for "Sweaty," one of their contributions to the previously discussed 2011 split with Thee Ohsees. Stream the whole thing below.
As mentioned, Total Control are on the road this spring and will play two NYC dates, 285 Kent on 5/23 and Mercury Lounge on 5/22 (tickets on sale at noon today). Until then, head below for the new Total Control video, beaucoup streams and their full tour schedule.