song and album streams
Screaming Bloody Oranges, Episode #6: Revamping the Invisible Oranges Twitter
Andrew Rothmund, Joe Aprill and Langdon Hickman discuss this year's changes to our Twitter strategy and the impetus for the shift, plus general reflections on comedy to kick things off.
Flood Peak Buries The Misery of Self-Doubt In The “Urnfield” (Early Track Stream)
Portland blackened sludge/post-metal trio Flood Peak are set to follow up their 2018 debut with a new EP, "Fixed Ritual" -- check out the doom-spiralling opening track.
Throwing Bricks Mourns an “Irreparable Crack” (Early Track Stream)
The Dutch Sludge/post-metal/black metal group is set to release their 2020 album "What Will Be Lost" on vinyl, which will include a previously unreleased track as well. Listen to that track now, which takes the band's sound and puts a dynamic, more post-metal-leaning spin on it.
Hadal Opens A Bleak Door to “December” (Early Track Stream)
Check out the title track to the Italian doom/death group's upcoming full-length "December" -- just in time for the month itself, the band's melodic take on the genre is infused with a touch of black metal to really chill the bones.
Obscurae (mem. Hour of 13) “Walk[s] The Path Of Sorrows” (Early Album Stream)
Chad Davis's continuted return to black metal is marked with an abject, compelling misery. Listen to the new Obscurae album in full.
Polished and Deadly, Eternal Champion’s “Ravening Iron” Strikes True (Album Review)
Four years after their debut LP made waves in the traditional metal circuit, Eternal Champion returns with a follow-up that doubles down on their strengths but takes their sound beyond fans' wildest expectations.Read our full review.
The Sombre (mem. Gnaw Their Tongues) Feels a “Shapeless Misery” (Early Album Stream)
The Gnaw Their Tongues mastermind reaches into his doom metal past. Listen to "Shapeless Misery" in full ahead of its release date.
“The Negationist”: Æolian Ponders A Tortured Earth’s Next Move (Early Album Stream + Inter…
The Spanish melodic death metal group's second full length explores the damage that man has done to the earth and where it will take us next. Check out a thoughtful interview with the band and stream the whole album now.