Song of the Day
Embryonic Cryptopathia, "Gangrene Bizarre," from Uterine Excretor of Carcinovomit (Bestial Onslaught, 2006)
A quick, fun throwback of decade-old brutal underground goregrind.
Mortal Bodies, "Peeled Mirror," from Embodiment (Chondritic Sound, 2017)
Precisely the type of ominous atmosphere and ideological intrigue that I hope for from such realms of experimental sound.
Antiprocess, "Bring it Down" (Self-Released, 2017)
More quintessential industrial metal gold from this one-man outfit.
The Coup de Grace, "Daylight Dawning," from The Coup de Grace (Red Decibel, 1990)
Catchy, melodic, sort of rock, sort of metal, but not quite one or the other alone...
Future Faces, "Embraces," from Revolt (Throatruiner/GPS Prod, 2017)
Gloomy, monotone post-punk from this Swiss trio.
Audionerve, "My Own Enemy" (Self-Released, 2017)
Hungarian studio side project comes hard with the groove...
Feral Nun, "Give Me a Reason," from Demo Tape (Negate Everything, 2017)
A raw, loose, and improvisational-sounding take on gloomy, Samhain-ish post-punk.
Discolor, "Burn Out," from No Shelter (Self-Released, 2017)
A catchy, heavy, and moody emo-tinged jam from this up-and-coming Smithtown, NY group...
Ulf Cederlund and the Swarm of Souls, "Alone Again" (2016)
The Swedish death metal legend gets slow, strange, and sludgy...
Agents of Man, "Just Like the Rest" (2005)
An unreleased gem from the vaults of just one of New Jersey's many criminally underappreciated greats...
Antiprocess, "Suck You Dry," from Deconstruct (Self-Released, 2016)
Industrial metal gold à la Streetcleaner-era Godflesh meets Christdriver.
Brawl Park, "Turned Your Backs," from Step to This (RRC, 1996)
Super obscure beatdown-leaning '90s hardcore for fans of Next Step Up, Two by Four, etc.
Shinobi, "Locked and Loaded," from Demo (Self-Released, 2016)
Philly duo cranks out super raw, stripped down grunge rock tunes...
Annihilust, "Victor of Contempt," from Cleanse & Purify (Yamabushi, 2016)
Unhinged, chaotic rage from ex-members of Watchmaker.
The God Machine, "Painless," from One Last Laugh in a Place of Dying... (Fiction, 1994)
"And you said life could be painless. I'm sorry, but... that's not what I've found."
Human Animal, "Down We Go Again," from The First Four Winters (Panda Claw/Bound by Modern Age, 2016)
A previously unreleased punk-tinged metallic hardcore anthem...
Collaring, "Black Shadow of a Figure Looming" (2016)
Another mysterious, top-shelf noise act deserving of more attention...
Vegas, "A Herd That Will Not Thin," from A Herd That Will Not Thin (Sin-Eater, 2016)
The latest hand-numbered limited edition release, gone in a flash...