Rolling Heavy Music 2017

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#121

New Full of Hell & The Body collaboration due shortly preview track “Earth Is Cage” sounds fantastic.


#122

Really liked Four Phantoms, I didn’t know their drummer and one of the founding members had passed away which must have been devastating since I think from their inception they were a duo.


#123

Great name :smiley:


#124

Yeah, I know he’d left the band a while before his passing but I don’t know the details. The section on the new album with all the unused vocal takes of his must have been emotional to put together.


#125

New track from WITTR;


#126

oozing wound are playing in london this week, you should go see them, they are a good time.


#127

The new Sannhet is streaming on the Indo (!) It’s a lot less Black Metal but I really like it so far.


#128

On the one hand I did really enjoy the last sannhet lp but on the other I did catch myself thinking “this is great and all but I would rather be listening to Russian Circles”


#129

Just done a quick search and not seen any other thread where Zeal & Ardor have been mentioned, so here seems like the best place. It’s black metal but, with a blues and gospel aspect to it. It’s weird but it works, I’m a little obsessed with it at the moment. I think there’s loads of potential for this to be really special.


#130

This new album from Yards (ex-Ghost of A Thousand) is pretty brutal. I highly recommend it: https://yards.bandcamp.com/album/excitation-thresholds


#131

They were superb live, the other day. I’ve always felt the album sounded a bit flat though.


#132

Really enjoying Zeal & Ardor. This live version is brilliant.


#133

Anyone else receive a Bandsintown notification about a Rolo Tomassi gig in London in November? Slim chance perhaps, I know. Gig tickets were on Dice, but have now disappeared.

If they can top Grievances, the new album is going to be amazing. The albums have just got better and better


#134

#135

Interesting new project from members of Cattle Decapitation and Pig Destroyer on first listen I’m kind of getting Today Is The Day esque avant metal/grind/noise rock vibes


#136

Don’t wanna sound like a know-it-all, but Zeal & Ardor are probably the next Ghost.


#137

Couldn’t see this monster mentioned upwards, but its 22-ish minutes of brutal brilliance are well worth a listen. (Ok, so I might’ve mentioned it in the New Album Releases thread too, but I’m not on the Holy Roar payroll. )


#138

Brand new Architects and Mastodon are both superb


#139

#140

Any fans of Couch Slut? The new one is ace