- Spiritualized– ‘I’m Your Man‘
English space rockers Spiritualized are releasing their first LP this fall since 2012, entitled ‘And Nothing Hurt‘. Our first teaser, ‘I’m Your Man‘ is just over four minutes of sweeping spacial sonics as per usual. Slightly lovelorn vocals accompany tender and affectionate lyrics such as “I could be faithful, honest and true / holding my heart for you / faithful all down the line / devoted all the time.” An ode sweet and gratifying.
- BAEST – ‘Crosswhore‘
BAEST from Denmark formed in 2015, got the attention of Century Media at Copenhell Festival and signed the band this year. The debut album of the old school death metal B (which translates to “beast” or “brute” in the band’s native language) “Danse Macabre” is due to August 17th. BAEST follow the tradition of bands such as Bloodbath, Entombed and Dismember.
- Carnation– ‘Chapel Of Abhorrence’
Another old school death metal band, Carnation formed in 2013 in Belgium. Carnation has already participated in various European festivals including a tour in Japan, gaining a reputation of a notoriously impressive metal act. Their debut album ‘Chapel Of Abhorrence‘ will be released on August 17th via Season Of Mist.
- Smokescreens – ‘Someone New‘
‘Someone New‘ is the new track of the L.A. based Smokescreens from their upcoming album ‘Used To Yesterday‘. The album will be officially released on 13th of July via Slumberland Records. The quartet formed in 2010, initially as a duo, and has released one more album in 2017.
‘Someone New‘ is the second track revealed after the ‘Used To Yesterday’. Their music can be placed between indie pop and noise rock music. This new track with the catchy vocals and the ‘dance-y’ rhythm, came as a real surprise fixing our mood.
- Deafheaven– ‘Canary Yellow‘
Deafheaven -post metal/shoegaze band from San Francisco- shared their new track ‘Canary Yellow‘. The new song is taken from their upcoming new album ‘Ordinary Corrupt Human Love‘ out on July 13th via ANTI-.
The new track is a black metal/post rock opus with magnificent poetic lyrics with great vocals, that lasts twelve minutes and makes you want to “never end”. All of those accompanied by the visuals of Ben Chisolm.
Compiled by Sarah Medeiros, Mary Kalaitzidou & Eleftheria Gesou