Post Metal

Full Album Stream: Dead is Dead’s Constraints of Time

September 14, 2017

Dead is Dead write patient songs with a metallic edge with a slight lean towards the darker side of post rock.

Track Premiere: Rosetta – ‘Détente’

August 31, 2017

Stream a new song from Philadelphia’s Rosetta before their sixth album drops tomorrow!

Track Premiere: B R I Q U E V I L L E – ‘Akte V’

August 29, 2017

Stream a new offering from anonymous post-metal cult B R I Q U E V I L L E now!

Track Premiere: The Oxford Coma – ‘Trauma (Maybe I’m Forgetting Something)’

August 9, 2017

The Oxford Coma are putting their own unique spin on grunge. Listen to a new song featuring Intronaut guitarist/vocalist Sacha Dunable.


June 21, 2017

White Halo — the seven-years-in-the-making third full-length from Tokyo quintet Heaven in Her Arms — is a fierce and lush amalgamation of post-metal atmospherics, classic screamo, black metal, prog rock, and trad metal sure to trigger metalgaze haters even as it subverts and expands the boundaries of that sub-subgenre. 

Video Premiere: The Soundbyte – ‘Solitary’

June 19, 2017

Watch a new video from The Soundbyte, featuring former The Third and the Mortal guitarist Trond Engum.

Full Album Stream: NY In 64 – ‘The Gentle Indifference of the Night’

May 25, 2017

Stream the entirety of instrumental hardcore/post-metal crew NY in 64‘s sophomore LP, The Gentle Indifference of the Night. 

Track Premiere: Heiress – ‘Restless Aim’

March 21, 2017

Listen to “Restless Aim,” a new song from Heiress‘ compilation release. 

Let Black Sails for Red Seas Float Your Boat with “Palisades”

March 14, 2017

Happy Pi Day, nerds!  If you’re looking for some top shelf circumnavigation music, get in here for a listen of a new song by Montreal post-metal powerhouses Black Sails for Red Seas

Track Premiere & Interview: Mouth of the Architect – ‘Fallen Star’

September 28, 2016

Writing Path of Eight was a different experience for Mouth of the Architect than previous albums, the band says. Listen to a new song and read an interview with the band about writing and recording the new album. 

Helms Alee

September 26, 2016

Natural-born explorers get transcending genre just right
dB rating: 8/10

Track Premiere: Pray for Sound – “I Have Seen Hell And It’s White”

September 20, 2016

“I Have Seen Hell And It’s White” is an instrumental rollercoaster, capturing excited and calm, collected energy throughout the song. 

Video Premiere: MONO – ‘Requiem for Hell’

September 20, 2016

MONO have spent the past almost-two decades crafting vibrant soundscapes and instrumental rock albums. The upcoming Requiem for Hell, MONO’s ninth studio album, treads similar territory.  In a video for the title track, the Japanese instrumentalists tell, visually and audibly, an exhilarating yet terrifying story. The entirely black and white video features a man running…

In The Woods…

September 6, 2016

Not-so-strange in stereo
dB rating: 8/10

Neurosis – “Times of Grace”

August 26, 2016

I’m no expert on multiverse theory, but I’ve listened to enough stoned podcast ramblings to get the gist: Anything that can happen has already happened, and not only that, it’s happened an infinite number of times.

Neurosis – “Through Silver In Blood”

August 26, 2016

While debating the musical and artistic impact of each Neurosis release is something many of us are happy to do long into the night, it’s pretty clear that if they ever had a breakout record, that record was Through Silver in Blood.

Neurosis – “Souls at Zero”

August 26, 2016

Upon forming in 1985, Neurosis were a punk rock band. Few would classify their output for the past 20 years as such—though the band probably wouldn’t flinch at the association—but in their early years as a pissed-off East Bay quartet, the Oakland, CA, band made their home at the punk-friendly 924 Gilman Street club, and they gathered a following that idealized the lean and the mean.

TRACK PREMIERE: SEA Navigate Heavy Waters before Crossing an Ocean

August 3, 2016

Boston post-metal explorers SEA explore the murky depths of post-metal on “Stone Ship” before embarking on a European expedition with WeedWolf.

Goetia Stream “Heliotrope” for Deathbound Release, Le Vide

March 20, 2015

Ottawa quartet Goetia have been heaving sludgy post-metal into the great northern atmosphere for some time now, and recently they joined forces with Deathbound Records – home of melancholic crushers Woccon and historical battlefield-stompers Catuvolcus – for an official release of their album Le Vide.  Lovers of grandiose epicness should take note, now that some…

Get Horny: Stream a New RHINO EP

August 4, 2014

Sometimes, the unhipness of a sound is a pretty good measure of a band’s dedication to their craft.  While some bands chase trends and recording perfection as if precise alignment will translate directly into merch sales and Facebook likes, other artists burrow their own tunnels, regardless of what they think will be hot this afternoon….

Throw Me a Frickin’ Label Hack: Lithuania’s AUTISM

June 21, 2013

 Because every day another band records another song. Because 83% of those songs are unlistenable and you can’t be bothered to sift through the dreck. Because metal is about not giving a shit and waking your own personal storm. Because music is universal, expression is boundless, and even indie labels (whatever that means these days)…

O’Brother Premiere Track From New Album

November 8, 2011

We can’t speak for our fellow Decibloggers, but our own goal for these weekly dispatches is to entertain, inform and occasionally enlighten. Beyond that, anything goes, just as long as it’s within the “extremely extreme” wheelhouse. So, today we’re offering up the premiere of a track from a band that we could hardly argue is…