South Australian groove metal/hardcore act Suffer The Evenue return today with the premiere of their pulsating new single Sick Crnt. The track is lifted from the band’s upcoming EP Vol 1 Superdead, which is set to drop on September 15. Check it out below.
Why the track/video twofer premiere of “Annihilated Prestige,” you ask? Well, because NYC grindcore outfit Manipulator have made a video for every track on their upcoming second full-length, Drawing Secret Circles. Ergo, if we’re gonna do a track premiere, might as well peep the accompanying video, no? The ugly, twisted and distorted black and white visuals accompanying the frantic, relentless track are an excellent visual representation of “Annihilated Prestige.” But wait, there’s more! Andrew Notsch, the one-man creative force behind Manipulator, has gone all out in putting together an incredible package for Drawing Secret Circles, beyond a video for every track.
The twenty-track album will be issued as a one-sided 12″ vinyl LP, and accompanying the release will be a video game that you can play while you listen to the record, as well as an art book that corresponds to the video/audio/game. Notsch performed all vocals and instrumentation on Drawing Secret Circles, while final production and mastering were handled by Adam Tucker of Signaturetone (Ulthar, Thou, Sunless). It’s set for release on November 3 in a vinyl run of 100 copies each on two variants: purple splatter and silver swirl. It’s being issued in conjunction with multiple labels: Wise Grinds Records, Here Is Nowhere Records, Dead Red Queen Records and Psychocontrol Records in Europe. It will also be available digitally. Place your preorders here.
Here’s what Notsch had to say about his latest single:
“‘Annihilated Prestige’ kicks this album off with a dose of pure insanity. From the blistering speed of the song to the samples collaborator Tim Bradley chose to start the album with, this song gives you an idea of what’s to come on the rest of the album. Lyrical content is pulled straight from a series of extortion scam emails Tim and I both received. Derrick Karg of Gordita Beach supplied additional vocals on the chorus.”
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We’re pretty pumped about having Indy death doom dealers Mother of Graves as part of this year’s Decibel’s Metal & Beer Fest: Denver in December. So much so that we somehow managed to convince the band to deliver a brand new tune in advance of their performance. And we couldn’t imagine a more appropriate way to share “Sunset” than via the ever-expanding Decibel Flexi Series!
So make sure you have an active deluxe Decibel subscription by Weds, September 6 at 12pm ET to obtain this new Mother of Graves flexi disc single before it’s goodnight for this one-time offer.
Mother of Graves will perform as part of Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Denver on December 2, 2023 at the Summit, along with Agalloch, Khemmis, Midnight, The Red Chord, Cephalic Carnage, Primitive Man and many more.
All tickets for Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Denver are on sale now. Daily lineups and ticket links and info are below.
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“Just Metal” Ticket (21+)
Admittance to the day’s event, but as the name suggests, you just get to see the show—no beer samples (You can still buy select beers a la carte if you’re 21+).
“Metal & Beer” Ticket (21+)
Admittance to the day’s event plus unlimited* sampling from our diverse lineup of national breweries presented by TRVE Brewing. Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Denver 2023 sampling cups provided. Limited tickets available per day.
*Please note: In extremely extreme cases, certain high-ABV pours will be ticketed, with attendees receiving a limited number of tickets available to redeem for each offering.
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