California sludge/doom outfit AMAROK debut their first full length in partnership with Translation Loss Records entitled, Devoured. Decibel Magazine are hosting the first listen into the new album. Listen to "VIII Skeleton" now HERE. With four epic and expansive tracks spanning almost 70 minutes, AMAROK take their listeners on a sorrowful journey of epic proportions. Vast and powerful, AMAROK prey on your…Read more Amarok Announce New Album + Premiere
Boston heavy-hitters, WORMWOOD unleash the first track from their cosmic, dark and doomy new album, 'Mooncurse' today via CVLT Nation. Listen to "Infinite Darkness" HERE: http://www.cvltnation.com/soaring-cosmic-doom-premiere-streaming-wormwood-infinite-darkness/ WORMWOOD On October 20th, Boston's WORMWOOD will unleash their highly anticipated first full length album, Mooncurse via Translation Loss Records. Mooncurse is unapologetic with thick-as-hell, abysmal riffs and crushing bitterness. Moody, savage and sludged-out guitars ebb and…Read more Boston’s Wormwood Unleash “Infinite Darkness” via CVLT Nation!
Melbourne, Australia’s newest post-metal & sludge powerhouse YLVA present their Translation Loss debut record META. This four piece ensemble creates patient, dark and intense music punctuated with crushing riffs at extreme volumes. META delivers emotive, anthemic, and chill-inducing sonic liberation through heart-pounding meditations. YLVA's feverish devotion to the ebb and flow of each moment of sound combined with overwhelming feelings of introspective…Read more Melbourne Post-Metal Band YLVA Announce ‘META’ + Song Premiere at Decibel!
Philly avant-sludge shamans GOD ROOT unleash "Conscious Disease", the fourth track from their mesmerizing forthcoming album, 'Salt & Rot' via The Sludgelord today. "...these Philadelphia avant-garde sludge shamans accentuate the heavy parts with quiet moments to create their own brand of primitive and tribalistic sludge, with doomed cinematic soundscapes. Each element is added very carefully as…Read more God Root Premiere ‘Conscious Disease’ at The Sludgelord