Loss – “All Grows On Tears”

Doom purveyors, Loss, are prepping their new come-back album and are now back with a new single titled "All Grows On Tears". The new album is called Horizonless and will be out toward the end of May. Horizonless is the...

Wolf Eyes – “II”

Everyone's favorite Detroit noise legends, Wolf Eyes, will be back with a new album at the end of the week. The album is titled Undertow and is the follow-up to 2014's monster I Am a Problem: Mind in...

The Most Mechanically Superior Website In the World Interviews Artificial Brain

The New York City based death metal band, Artificial Brain, are gearing up to release their sophomore album, Infrared Horizon. Infrared Horizon is the followup to their 2014 debut album, Labyrinth Constellation. Labyrinth Constellation presented a band...

The World’s Thirstiest Website Interviews Art Of Burning Water

AOBW (l-r): Mike, Kunal, Grief Art Of Burning Water is bad ass. Their latest album, 2016's Between Life And Nowhere is a masterstroke of "PhD-beat inspired heartcore of the worst kind". The UK trio has been caving...

Full of Hell – “Deluminate”

The East Coast grindcore throat slashers, Full of Hell, are back with a new single off their upcoming album. The album is called Trumpeting Ecstasy and if this single is any indication, it'll be a different animal entirely....

Album Review: Below the House – Planning For Burial

There’s a strong sense of displacement running throughout Below the House. In order for the third Planning For Burial album to come into being, Thom Wasluck relocated from New Jersey to his childhood home in the...

Pallbearer – “I Saw the End”

The Arkansas doom goliaths, Pallbearer, are set to release Heartless at the end of the month. Heartless will be the group's third album and will be the follow-up to 2014's monolithic Foundations of Burden. Pallbearer specializes in a kind of massive,...

Listen to Blanck Mass’ World Eater

It's a bold move to title your album World Eater. We here at Blocland are happy to report, with his third album as Blanck Mass, Benjamin John Power absolutely backs it up. Power does so by throwing in everything including...

Succumb – “Survive”

The San Franciscan death punks, Succumb, have shared the first offering from their upcoming self-titled debut album. It's a doozy. Listening to the track furiously writhe into unexpected places is something else, but keep your ears...

Black Mecha – I.M. Mentalizing

Black Mecha is the drone project of Fortress Crookedjaw who serves as one half of the blackened noise outfit, WOLD. The sophomore album, I.M. Mentalizing, takes a relatively laid back approach compared to WOLD's output and Black...