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The Hÿss "Extraterrestrial"

The Hÿss have release a new album called "Extraterrestrial". The album's lead single is the title track and opening track and it is a scorcher!

The is the Doom Metal of Dave Fitzgerald (guitar/vocals), Pat Kennedy (guitar/mandolin/vocals), Matt McDonald (vocals), Mike Scales (drums), and Bill Sullivan (bass).

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Fire Garden "Idiot Brain"

Progressive Metal group Fire Garden has released the lead single, "Idiot Brain", from their forthcoming EP, "Point Blank", which is due out April 28th. This is primarily the work of Zee Baig, but on this EP he has enlisted the help of legendary keyboard player Adam Holzman.

 

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Beneath The Hollow "Spellbound"

Experimental Metal Group Beneath The Hollow is preparing to release their latest EP, "Indoctrination", on April 10th. The album's lead single is called "Spellbound" and is accompanied by the TapeDeckTV created visuals below.

This is the work of Jewell Yocum (Vocals), Jesse DeGroot (Guitar), Dan Pacheco (Bass), and Matt DeGroot (Drums).

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Errant "A Vacillant Breath"

Errant is the solo project Rae Amitay of Immortal Bird and Thrawsunblat and she is preparing to release her self-titled debut EP on April 3rd. The EP's lead single is called "A Vacillant Breath" and perfectly demonstrates how Amitay can effortlessly shift from soft gentle vocals to a roaring growl in seconds.





Sludge abounds on Spacer's noise-friendly "Red Wolf"

The saturated image of a fleeing canine adorns the cover of Red Wolf, a recent release by New York experimental rock trio Spacer, a fitting image given the effort’s skittish, sometimes wandering internal monologue and its fight-or-flight inducing guitar work. Through sludgey drop tunings with a slight psych influence, Spacer impress on listeners a sense of indefinable external danger, or at the very least a mild malaise, over the course of six tracks, replete with an impressionistic approach to lyricism and distorted, heavy shredding. Visceral and anxiety-inducing, it’s evocative of Boris’ Akuma No Uta, the type of record for those seeking an experimental, noisy release from the city’s current quietude. Stream it below.

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