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VENOM are metal royalty and they remain as relevant as ever as they gear up to release their new album From The Very Depths on January 26th, which sounds as though Cronos and co. have crawled from the very depths of hell itself to bring you this maximum metal opus.

You can listen to Grinding Teeth here:

It’s so metal that iron ore runs through every vein and ventricle. Go ahead and grind!

The album is available for pre-order available via iTunes here: and Amazon here:

Also, check out the lyric video for Long Haired Punks HERE.


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After the warm reaction to KOLS’s comeback track (their first in a decade) with “Bullied By A Bee” (premiered by VICE), the next single from their split with Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers, “Stress Cadet”, has now premiered with Q Magazine here

On February 2nd, Topshelf Records will release a split from Kind of Like Spittingand Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers, titled ‘It’s Always Nice To See You’.Indie cult favorites Kind of Like Spitting formed in 1996 in Portland, Oregon. The band, led by singer-songwriter Ben Barnett, regularly toured in the US and released twelve albums in seven years. They broke-up in 2006 but Barnett re-formed the band earlier this year. The current lineup consists of Barnett, (guitar/vocals), Brian Grant (bass) and Dante Johnson (drums).

Their first track in nearly a decade, the hard-hitting “Bullied By A Bee”, premiered with VICE a few days back, take a listen at the link above. Any reposts would be much appreciated.

On the other half of the release – Rockford, IL indie pop/emo stalwarts Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers’most recent effort was a split with Mikey Erg (ex-The Ergs) earlier this fall on Count Your Lucky Stars. The band will release their next LP soon.

Information on pre-orders for ‘It’s Always Nice To See You’ will be announced shortly.

Track Listing

A: Kind of Like Spitting

Parasite Song (part 1)

Bullied By A Bee

Stress Cadet

No Planning Is Bad Planning

Audience of Two

Parasite Song (Part 2)

(What’s So Funny Bout) Peace Love and Understanding

B: Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers

You’re Settling


Lonely Enough

Rest Your Head

Can’t Be Subtle

Understanding Poetry

Kind of Like Spitting

Warren Franklin and the Founding Fathers


On Topshelf Records


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Stream new track ‘Foot’ now via Soundcloud

New album A Distant Fist Unclenching released February 16th2015 via Steak Club – pre-order nowFirst EU/UK tour begins February 23rd 2015
Photo credit: Joe DiFazio

Boston trio Krill are streaming ‘Foot’, taken from their forthcoming album A Distant Fist Unclenching, released February 16th 2015. A wiry and feverish listen, the track is a lyrically compelling exploration of desire, backed by typically unpredictable yet controlled songwriting.

The forthcoming album A Distant Fist Unclenching is Krill’s most considered release so far, however it never loses the idiosyncrasies that have seen the band praised from the likes of Pitchfork, NME and BBC 6Music. Across its nine songs, the albums existential examinations tread the fine line between complete control and unravelling anxiety.

Having toured the US extensively, playing shows with the likes of Deerhoof, Speedy Ortiz, Big Ups and The Thermals, Krill begin their first ever European tour on February 23rd. Tickets for shows are available now.

A Distant Fist Unclenching is released on download and vinyl via Steak Club (UK) [pre-order] on February 16th.

UK tour dates
23rd Feb              Manchester       Gullivers                                              TICKETS
24th Feb              Leeds                    Brudenell Social Club                      Free Entry
25th Feb              London                 Old Blue Last                                   TICKETS
27th Feb              Glasgow               Broadcast                                         TICKETS 
28th Feb              Bristol                   Start The Bus                                   TICKETS
1st March            Brighton               Green Door Store W/ Alex G             TICKETS
3rd March           Paris, FR               Espace B                                          TICKETS 
4th March           Antwerp, BE       Trix Bar                                                 TICKETS
5th March           Haarlem, NL       Patronaat                                            Free Entry
6th March           Zeewolde, NL    Where The Wild Things Are                  TICKETS 
7th March           Berlin, DE             Bang Bang Club                                 TICKETS

Praise for Krill

“… nervous, wiry grunge treads a tightrope walk between screwball hilarity and moments of devastating melancholy” NME

Krill’s songs will reach anyone living in a state of hopelessness and make them feel like conquering the world. Here’s hoping these guys do” Stereogum

Furman yanks on every line’s final word with a manic drawl that suggests a man sprinting between walls to bash his head against them” Pitchfork

stuffed with the kind of yelpy, jangly, nasal rawk anthems that keep college radio stations permanently turnt” Noisey

Krill’s rankled jangle recalls Modest Mouse or Built to Spill, but with Doug Martsch being treated for rabies: excitable and spastic, but with half a mind still able to focusConsequence Of Sound

For further information, please contact Steak Club on


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Launch new song online
Album formats and pre-order links

In the light of the upcoming release date for their newest, 15th studio album “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” on January 26th, 2015 in Europe and January 27th, 2015 in North America via Century Media Records, UK Grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH are now launching a second promotional track online.

Check out the song “How The Years Condemn” here:

NAPALM DEATH’s bassist Shane Embury checked in with the following comment about the song he wrote:
“Musically I wanted this track to encompass lots of different rhythms and nuances in the short space of time which the song occupies, which I hope we achieve, and that it bursts with an intensity and emotion to match the theme of the lyrics! 

Lyrically it’s a departure from the rest of the new album as its self-reflective – a couple of years ago I was hospitalized prior to a very important tour and was forced to miss out on going and had to stay at home. More importantly I realized in the time I was in hospital that  I really had to make a choice which was either to carry on down the same path of selfish destruction as I had seen some of my friends embark on or stay around for the people I loved and who loved me! 

Yes, it’s a familiar story, no doubt. but it was an awakening for me which I very much needed and shortly after I was blessed with the birth of my daughter so I am glad I made the right decision…

We are not invincible – Nor are we indestructible. There are choices – points of return…”

The tracklisting for the standard edition of “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” reads as follows:

NAPALM DEATH – “Apex Predator – Easy Meat”:
1. Apex Predator – Easy Meat
2. Smash A Single Digit
3. Metaphorically Screw You
4. How The Years Condemn
5. Stubborn Stains
6. Timeless Flogging
7. Dear Slum Landlord…
8. Cesspits
9. Bloodless Coup
10. Beyond The Pale
11. Stunt Your Growth
12. Hierarchies
13. One-Eyed
14. Adversarial / Copulating Snakes
These are the album formats that will be available for “Apex Predator – Easy Meat”:
–       Jewel Case CD with 20-page booklet (14 songs)
–       Digital Download (14 songs)
–       180gr. LP with a double-sided A2 poster, lyric sheet and one bonus track (15 songs, bonus track: “Critical Gluttonous Mass”)
–       Limited Mediabook CD with expanded 40-page booklet, a sticker and 3 bonus tracks (17 songs, bonus tracks: “What Is Past Is Prologue”, “Oh So Pseudo” and the G-ANX cover-version “Clouds Of Cancer / Victims Of Ignorance”)
–       Digipak CD with 24-page booklet and one bonus track / North America only! (15 songs, bonus track: “Oh So Pseudo”)
–       Limited red-coloured Cassette with one bonus track (15 songs, bonus track: “Critical Gluttonous Mass”)
–       Limited Mailorder Boxset, 1000x copies worldwide (Content: Mediabook CD with expanded 40-page booklet, a sticker and 3 bonus tracks, a clear cassette version of the album with one bonustrack, an exclusive NAPALM DEATH beanie, a double-sided A3 poster and a button bag with 3 pins).
The LP will be available in the following versions:
–       Unlimited Black LP
–       200x Clear LP (Via CM Webshop Europe)
–       300x White LP (Via CM Distro Europe)
–       200x Transparent Green LP (Via Nuclear Blast Europe)
–       800x Solid Red LP (Via CM North America)
–       200x Solid Blue LP (Via CM Distro USA)
–       200x Dark Green LP (Via CM Distro USA)
Pre-order the album from CM Distro in Europe here:

The album’s digital pre-order version via Itunes is now also available with the tracks “Cesspits” and “How The Years Condemn” as instant grat. Get it here:

NAPALM DEATH previously debuted the album’s first single “Cesspits” online here:

NAPALM DEATH are starting a North American tour together with labelmates VOIIOD (and several other great bands) at the end of this month and have just confirmed their first European festival appearances for 2015 as well as a trip to India. Here is a list of upcoming NAPALM DEATH tourdates:

NAPALM DEATH – Live 2015:
22.-26.01.2015 Florida/Jamaica – 70,000 Tons Of Metal Cruise

“Through Space And Grind” North American Tour 2015:
w/ Exhumed, Iron Reagan and Black Crown Initiate
and special guests (on select dates) Ringworm, Dayglo Abortions, Theories and Phobia
27.01.2015 Miami, FL – Grand Central *
28.01.2015 St Petersburg, FL – State Theater *
29.01.2015 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade *
30.01.2015 Winston-Salem, NC – Ziggy’s *
31.01.2015 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage *
02.02.2015 New York, NY – Gramercy Theater *
03.02.2015 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
04.02.2015 Toronto, ON – Opera House
05.02.2015 Ottawa, ON – Maverick’s
06.02.2015 Montreal, QC – Club Soda
07.02.2015 Worcester, MA – Palladium *
08.02.2015 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance Theater *
09.02.2015 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom *
10.02.2015 Chicago, IL – Reggie’s *
11.02.2015 Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam *
12.02.2015 Winnipeg, MB – The Zoo
13.02.2015 Regina, SK – The Exchange
14.02.2015 Calgary, AB – Republik
15.02.2015 Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
17.02.2015 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater **
18.02.2015 Seattle, WA – Studio 7 #
19.02.2015 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
20.02.2015 Oakland, CA – Metro ##
21.02.2015 Fresno, CA – Strummers ##
22.02.2015 Los Angeles, CA – House Of Blues
23.02.2015 Tempe, AZ – Club Red ##
24.02.2015 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater ##
25.02.2015 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall ##
26.02.2015 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater ##
27.02.2015 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey ##
28.02.2015 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s ##
* = Ringworm, ** = Dayglo Abortions, # = Theories, ## = Phobia

Live @ Festivals 2015:
06.06.2015 Bangalore (India) – Bangalore Open Air (India)
07.08.2015 Jaromer (Czech Republic) – Brutal Assault Festival
28.-29.08.2015 Girors (Germany) – Chaulness Festival


Century Media Records online:

Century Media webshop:


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PERIPHERY hailing from Washington, DC have just launched ‘Alpha’, the title track from the band’s forthcoming release ‘Juggernaut: Alpha’ which is simultaneously released with ‘Juggernaut: Omega':
Check out ‘Alpha':
Fellow Germans can watch the clip under the following link:

“’Alpha’ is the title track from the first ‘Juggernaut’ album and I’m particularly proud of how this one turned out,” explained guitar player Jake Bowen. “I really enjoy songs that have an unconventional arrangement but still flow nicely, and I think that’s exactly why I like ‘Alpha’; it starts out more upbeat, then evolves into a darker mood towards the end, illustrating the ‘Juggernaut’ story both musically and lyrically. Additionally, a few different themes and motifs appear in this song, acting as a nexus between the ‘Juggernaut: Alpha’ and ‘Juggernaut: Omega’ albums. I hope you like this one as much as I do! Enjoy!”

‘Juggernaut: Alpha’ and ‘Juggernaut: Omega’ are out on the following dates via Century Media Records:
ITALY / SPAIN / POLAND: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
SWEDEN: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
‘Juggernaut: Alpha’ is available with a mini-poster while ‘Juggernaut: Omega’ is accompanied by a bonus-DVD featuring ‘The JuggerDoc’. Both come in O-cards with PERIPHERY’s trademark P dye-cut. ‘Juggernaut: Alpha/Omega’ is available as Gatefold 2LP.

Pre-order physical copies:
Amongst both CD formats CM Distro is offering the 2LP vinyl version of ‘Juggernaut: Alpha/Omega’ on exclusive white vinyl:
Impericon have bundles online:

Digital pre-orders via iTunes come with instant access to five new tracks: ‘The Scourge’, ’22 Faces’, ‘The Bad Thing’, ‘Graveless’ and ‘Alpha':

The band previously made the following tracks available to check out:
‘The Scourge':
‘The Bad Thing':
’22 Faces':

PERIPHERY documented the recording process for the ambitious, two album release and made footage available as a series of webisodes:
Matt Halpern:
Jake Bowen:
Mark Holcomb:
Spencer Sotelo:
Misha Mansoor:

PERIPHERY will embark on extensive touring around the release of ‘Juggernaut’. First will be a five-week North American tour with support coming from Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist. Next on their agenda are Russia, a full European tour with Devin Townsend Project and Shining which leads to a PERIPHERY headlining show in London, UK, on April 1st.

26.02.2015 (BY) Minsk – Re:Public
27.02.2015 (RUS) St. Petersburg – Zal Ozhidaniya
28.02.2015 (RUS) Moscow – Volta
02.03.2015 (RUS) Novosibirsk – Rock City
03.03.2015 (RUS) Yekaterinburg – Tele-Club

w/ Devin Townsend Project, Shining
05.03.15 (F) Paris – La Cigale
06.03.15 (D) Karlsruhe – Substage
07.03.15 (CH) Pratteln – Z7
08.03.15 (I) Milan – Live Club
10.03.15 (D) Munich – Backstage Werk
11.03.15 (A) Vienna – Arena
12.03.15 (H) Budapest – A38
13.03.15 (SLO) Bratislava – Majestic
14.03.15 (CZ) Prague – Roxy
16.03.15 (PL) Warsaw – Stodola
17.03.15 (D) Hamburg – Gruenspan
18.03.15 (DK) Aarhus – Voxhall
19.03.15 (N) Oslo – Rockefeller
21.03.15 (FIN) Seinäjoki – Rytmikorjaamo
22.03.15 (FIN) Helsinki – Circus
24.03.15 (S) Stockholm – Debaser
25.03.15 (DK) Copenhagen – Amager Bio
26.03.15 (D) Bochum – Matrix
27.03.15 (NL) Eindhoven – Effenaar
29.03.15 (UK) Bristol – O2 Academy
30.03.15 (UK) Glasgow – O2 ABC
31.03.15 (UK) Manchester – Academy

PERIPHERY + special guests
01.04.2015 (UK) London – O2 Academy Islington


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