This Day In Music History: August 21st
Ensiferum will release their new album “Two Paths” on September 15, and the band have shared another new track from the effort. You can watch the new video for “Way Of The Warrior” below:
36 Crazyfists have announced a North American tour with The Last Ten Seconds Of Life and Charcoal Tongue. The band's new album “Lanterns” will be released on September 29.
What’s your thoughts on Being As An Ocean going independent?
There has been tons of amazing cover songs over the years, and Kill The Music have decided to put a list together to showcase some awesome old school covers as well as more modern ones. Check out our list, and comment some of your favorites below!
Lili St Anne is a touring Trip-Folk band based in Portland Oregon, combining the folk songwriting sensibility of Elizabeth Fagan with the sharply musical drumming of Jason Miller. Canary in the coal mine of love and loss.
Lionize have premiered a new song titled “Fire In Athena.” This song is from their new album “Nuclear Soul“ which will be released on September 8.
Samael will release their new album “Hegemony” on October 13, and the band have shared a lyric video for the album track “Red Planet.”
Brand New fans rejoice as the long awaited follow up to 2009's Daisy is finally here. Earlier today, posts on Reddit showed fans receiving a CD with an hour long track and a strange manuscript with text from 2001 A Spacetime Oddyssey. The album was later released on their website for purchase. CD's and Vinyl are set to ship in October but you receive a digital download with each purchase. There is still no word on when the record will be released on streaming services.
Ice Nine Kills will be performing their latest album “Every Trick In The Book” in its entirety on a fall headlining tour.
GWAR have announced a North American tour with Ghoul, Doyle, He Is Legend, and U.S. Bastards.
Castle Black is a Brooklyn-based rock trio, bringing a powerful and thunderous sound, full of hard-hitting jams, never sacrificing the hook. Described as drawing from punk, post-punk, grunge, alternative and new wave, Castle Black refuses to be pinned down to a genre. Each song careens through an almost stream of consciousness depiction of life stories, social anthems and raw emotions. Gritty female vocals, delicate back-up adornments, roaring drums, canny bass and guitar-forward hooks collide, staying in your head for days on end.
Upright Man has crafted an exciting, ambitious, formidable album that immediately captivates and holds tight. The magnetic songs boast the hulking riffs and spacey twists of the eponymous “Upright Man” while the bombastic tribal beats of “Animals” and “Checked Out throw you into a hypnotic frenzy. “Three Easy Pieces” mesmerizes with propulsive piano-driven swagger, “Agorognostic” paints a lush soundscape via sharp lyrics and vibrant instrumentation and “Designer Mind” and “Say What You Mean” offer sultry distortion-drenched stomps.