Alaskan boys, 36 CRAZYFISTS release their fourth studio album, Collisions And Castaways through Roadrunner Records. The band recently returned to the Roadrunner fold after one album with Ferret Records. Produced and engineered by guitarist Steve Holt, Collisions And Castaways was mixed and mastered by desk wizard, Andy Sneap. Looking forward to the release, Lindow explained his bands place in the musical landscape after all these years. "Weve always just kind of stayed under the radar," Brock explains. "I am just so glad to still be doing it after 16 years. This isnt a new metal band or a bunch of guys trying to rip o... + INFO
The band have already proven themselves master storytellers, their acclaimed 2008 debut "And We Wept The Black Ocean Within" sending shockwaves through the avant metal underground with its bracken-draped tales of seafaring woe and this year's "Primitive North" collaboration with Nadja cementing their status as leading lights in the ever-shifting realms of metal's experimental fringes. "Forgive Us Our Trespasses" showcases a more refined sound and a significant broadening of scope, the band leading the listener on a millennial journey that sees the modest curls of smoke rising from nomadic campsites gradually replaced ... + INFO
*Thick Black Vinyl With Stoughton Gatefold Tip-On Jacket Now Available *New York metal alchemists, A STORM OF LIGHT, unleash their long-anticipated new studio offering: Nations To Flames.*ASOL features former Neurosis visual master: Josh Graham and Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil plays lead guitar on several tracks.Centered around the apex of human failure, Nations To Flames bears witness to the fall of all governments, all nations, and all religions.The record is both musically and thematically captivating and marks the STORM collective's darkest, most immediately punishing creation to date.
The lineup for A STORM OF LIGHT's session includes founders Josh Graham and Domenic Seita, Geoff Summers on drums, plus Will Lindsay (Wolves In The Throne Room) guesting on guitar, and new singer Zohra Atash. The result is a volcanic display of doom-laden metal, complete with a chilling appearance from the legendary Lydia Lunch. This is end time music for people who welcome darkness with open arms. Features covers of Joy Division's 'Day Of The Lords' and Big Black's inimitable 'Kitty Empire'. Ltd. 1000.