Wolf Alice | Moaning Lisa Smile. This song is great. Nineties as hell, dawg.

pigeyes:

By kind permission from great swedish photographer Johan Döden Dahlroth, this is the front cover of our new album. 

REEEEEAAAALLLLLL STOKED.

pigeyes:

By kind permission from great swedish photographer Johan Döden Dahlroth, this is the front cover of our new album.

REEEEEAAAALLLLLL STOKED.

The music from Cult Of Luna’s audiobook, Eviga Riket/Eternal Kingdom, is now available as a separate lp. Pretty nice as one could only listen via the DVD that came w/ the book before. @justin_forrest You know about this one?

The music from Cult Of Luna’s audiobook, Eviga Riket/Eternal Kingdom, is now available as a separate lp. Pretty nice as one could only listen via the DVD that came w/ the book before. @justin_forrest You know about this one?

Jesu | Duchess / Veiled

I know JK Broadrick is one extremely prolific fellow, and I usually pay pretty close attention to his activity, but somehow this one slipped by me. Maybe it’s because it was originally released back in 2012 as a 7” single on Matador Recs as part of their singles club, and only available as part of the club subscription.
Available now at Bandcamp only, on Avalanche Recordings (cataloged as AREC 024), as a digital only EP, fleshed out with an alternative mix and an alternative version.

Click the pic for a link. Definitely worth four bucks!

BURNING LOVE | I DON’T LIKE YOU (BATTALION OF SAINTS)

You know, with all of this “Black Flag” / Flag / OFF! hullabaloo, I feel like a lot of folks have completely forgotten or just overlooked/didn’t know about one of California’s best 80’s hardcore bands, Battalion Of Saints. Call me weird, but I like them better than Black Flag OR Circle Jerks (ok, maybe not “Group Sex,” but anyway…) 

Burning Love didn’t forget. From their demo a few years back (which I have and totally forgot included this cover), Colohan and crew rip up one of my favorite BOS tunes.

PIG EYES | WARLORD.

New tune / video from one of my current favorites, Stockholm’s Pig Eyes.

Featuring members of great bands like In Solitude, Nitad, Kvoteringen, NINE, and Trapdoor Fucking Exit (remember them? No Idea put out a few of their albums back in the early 00’s…), yet sounding virtually nothing like those bands. This video is hilarious. The song is rad. I’m stoked. Are you stoked? Let’s get stoked. New record out in September!

Check their excellent first release here: 

http://pigeyes.bandcamp.com/album/total-destruction-of-the-present-moment

liartownusa:

On My Own: How I Gradually Came to Understand No One Gave a Shit About My Inner Journey by Chedd Garvus

liartownusa:

On My Own: How I Gradually Came to Understand No One Gave a Shit About My Inner Journey by Chedd Garvus

So, yeah, Arch Enemy is not typically my bag of, uh, metal cheese, but I’ll be goddamned if these two Swedish punk covers (Moderat Likvidation’s “Nitad” and Anti Cimex’s “When The Innocent Die,” respectively) don’t fucking rip.

Arch Enemy guitarist/head honcho Michael Amott: “When approached about doing the Decibel magazine flexi, I immediately knew I wanted to pay tribute to some of my earliest influences in the ’80s Swedish punk scene! ‘Nitad’ and ‘When The Innocent Die’ were recorded in ARCH ENEMY’s rehearsal space and the result is abrasive and extreme, punk as fuck!”

Order the issue of Decibel containing this Arch Enemy flexi disc here: http://store.decibelmagazine.com/collections/back-issues/products/august-2014-118

Seaweed - live in Chicago 1995 (from the first Warped Tour). Crazy to see how that thing began and what a monstrosity it’s become.

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Sometimes a band writes a double album’s worth of tunes in between takes of recording a completely separate third album. That kind of talent is infuriating. This record rules. Ryan Adams & The Cardinals III/IV.

Sometimes a band writes a double album’s worth of tunes in between takes of recording a completely separate third album. That kind of talent is infuriating. This record rules. Ryan Adams & The Cardinals III/IV.