Tag: Monolith

Thomas Giles (of Between the Buried and Me) – Pulse

When it was announced late last month that Between the Buried and Me vocalist Tommy Rogers would be releasing his debut solo album under the name Thomas Giles, my expectations for it weren’t exactly lofty. After all, these kinds of things usually fall into the “vanity project” category, and I’ve been let down by them …

War From A Harlot’s Mouth – Burning Skies

For War’s latest split, the group has teamed up with Burning Skies to record a rather brutal EP that is as fast as it is chaotic. It’s this attribute that appeals most, as the songs are crazy enough to entertain and short enough that they don’t become tiresome. There are three original song from each …

La Fin Du Monde Post Live Video of Recent San Francisco Performance

Chico, Californa’s best-kept secret, instrumental post-metallers LA FIN DU MONDE have posted a new live video from a recent live performance with Grayceon and Judgment Day at Annie’s Social Club in San Francisco, CA. “They Will Never See Us” comes from their upcoming full-length, Monolith. Check it out below: The album was recorded at Cotati, …

Cobalt Complete Work on “Gin” feat. Jarboe

Avant-garde extreme metal outfit COBALT has completed work on its highly anticipated new album.  The eerily-titled Gin will drop on March 17 via Profound Lore. Recorded at Colorado’s Flatline Audio Studios with producer Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage), Gin is a coal black monolith of nihilism that seethes with intensity.  COBALT members Erik Wunder (who doubles …

Century Announces Line Up Changes, Plots Next Album

The Lancaster, Penn.-based post-metal act CENTURY – whose 2008 Prosthetic debut, Black Ocean, was named one of Revolver Magazine’s Top 20 albums of 2008 – were recently rejoined by original drummer Grant McFarland and bassist Ricky Armellino, the respective drummer and vocalist of fellow Lancaster act This Or The Apocalypse. Additionally, the group has announced …

Century Announces Line Up Changes, Plots Next Album

The Lancaster, Penn.-based post-metal act CENTURY – whose 2008 Prosthetic debut, Black Ocean, was named one of Revolver Magazine’s Top 20 albums of 2008 – were recently rejoined by original drummer Grant McFarland and bassist Ricky Armellino, the respective drummer and vocalist of fellow Lancaster act This Or The Apocalypse. Additionally, the group has announced …

Century Announces Line Up Changes, Plots Next Album

The Lancaster, Penn.-based post-metal act CENTURY – whose 2008 Prosthetic debut, Black Ocean, was named one of Revolver Magazine’s Top 20 albums of 2008 – were recently rejoined by original drummer Grant McFarland and bassist Ricky Armellino, the respective drummer and vocalist of fellow Lancaster act This Or The Apocalypse. Additionally, the group has announced …

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