The day all you Trent Reznor fanboys and girls has arrived – today marks the first time anyone outside of Reznor’s inner circle gets to hear something from Hesitation Marks, the forthcoming eighth studio album from Nine Inch Nails. It’s called ‘Came Back Haunted’ and it’s right after the jump.
September 23rd, 2012
A lot of new music has been getting us excited recently – in the past weeks, new music has emerged from the likes of Converge, Deftones and Pig Destroyer to name b but three – but nothing has gotten us quite so excited as the new Neurosis track that the band released into the wilds of the world wide web this week. Not only is ‘At the Well’ an killer appetiser for Honor Found in Decay, but it sent us spiralling back through Neurosis’ extensive back catalogue, to remind ourselves just why a) this gaggle of Californians are so important, and b) just why we love them so damn much.
February 24th, 2012
Last week you’ll have no doubt read us urging you to go check out ‘Horrendous Acts of Iniquity’, the brand new track from three-quarters-Scottish-one-quarter-Dutch gore-minded upstarts, Cerebral Bore. And if you read any of the words that were alongside the bowel-threateningly aggressive death metal, you’ll know that this isn’t a cut off a forthcoming album or even an EP, but as a single. A single? Yes, and a non-album single at that. People still do those, apparently.
We figured this was more than enough of an excuse to catch up with the band’s guitarist/manager, Paul Mcguire, to find out not only why they’ve done this, but to grill him on everything else that’s been going on and is about to kick off over in the world of Cerebral Bore.
February 17th, 2012
Last week, Scottish-based gore-minded death metallers, Cerebral Bore, went into the studio to record a new single. Not a new album, mind you – just a new single – in order to try out a few new ideas in preparation for their next album, whichthey’re planning on recording later in 2012. What really caught our attention, however, is how Cerebral Bore have chose to premier this new track – ‘Horrendous Acts of Iniquity’ – on their unsuspecting fanbase.
August 15th, 2008
However, if you can’ wait until then, it will be debuted on the XFM Rock Show with Katie P the night before at some point between 10pm and 1am GMT. American folk can listen online.
Recorded with Tom Mitchener, the band have confirmed that ‘Gold Dust’ will not be found on the next album. Instead, “it’s just a little treat for everyone that’s been asking for new Gallows songs for a while.”
Sounds fair enough to us.