On the 12th of May the US dark-metal quintet God Of Nothing will be releasing the LP Silent Silhouette.
God of Nothing
Through the addition of rhythm guitar God Of Nothing are able to both deliver coiled springs of rage to their output, whilst giving the tracks expressive atmosphere that enables them to cloak with the listener with the enveloping oppression of which their music articulates.
The last of the six tracks on the album is Lorraine.
It has been three years since the US based indie-synth trio My Glorious last featured.
My Glorious – The Dark Idea
Their latest single, which came out on the 13th is the appropriately named The Dark Idea that casts a shadow in to the room as the electronics and instrumentation graduate through each other in a rolling rumble of sound.
The English indie rock band The Luka State released their latest single earlier in the month.
The Luka State – Bring This All Together – artwork
Bring This All Together has a lighter texture than much of their previous material with an indie dance temperament, which they deliver with their to be expected flourish of percussion that beats through the speakers.
The US metal-grunge quintet, Swallowed Alive, release the LP Kingdom Come on the 4th of August.
In advance of the album the opening of the six tracks – Kvlt Leader has surfaced. The sheering growls of metal are melted in to the flattened indifference of grunge, giving Swallowed Alive a soundscape which warps in and out of shape continually, finding the listener, only, looking for the volume louder button.
The England based new-wave quartet The Franklys will be releasing the LP Are You Listening? on the 12th of May.
The Franklys – Are You Listening? – artwork
Within the past twenty four hours Weasel – the second of the ten tracks was made available. A thunderous fury of high energy rock punches its way through the speakers, yet the quartet are able to reign everything together giving the song a tightness that gives the just under three and a third minutes composition its powerful presence.