NEW MUSIC FRIDAY:  September 11th New Music Releases

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ALBUM REVIEW: Uniform and The Body – Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back

US Sludge experimentalists The Body make such a habit of collaborative projects that one would think the duo aren’t overly happy in each other’s company. Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back (Sacred Bones Records) is the second such outing with US Industrial noiseniks Uniform and it contains every dystopian soundscape you’d expect. Continue reading

Boris Shares New Song and Video – “LOVE,” New Album Due Out This Fall

Legendary enigmas and musical geniuses Boris have announced their next album, LφVE & Evφl, due out on October 4th on Third Man Records. The band will also reissue of pioneering works Akuma No Uta and Feedbacker also coming October 4th. Watch the new video for the song ‘LOVE’ right now! The band has also booked a massive tour with Uniform, with dates below. Continue reading

The Black Queen Books US Tour For 2019, Shares New Video For “Thrown Into The Dark”

Supergroup The Black Queen featuring members of The Dillinger Escape Plan and Telefon Tel Aviv have booked a full US tour in support of their recent album Infinite Games. Uniform opens on all North American dates except those marked by an asterisk. Kanga opens Feb. 22 to March 9, SRSQ opens March 11 to March 28. Tickets are on sale tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 16. The Black Queen is made up of Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Josh Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv/Puscifer) and Steven Alexander Ryan (Nine Inch Nails/A Perfect Circle tech).To celebrate the tour the band has also released a new video for ‘Thrown Into The Dark’, which you watch right now.

Greg Puciato commented:

“Our energy is so high right now following our recent run of European shows, and we’re grateful and excited to keep it going and to finally, after a few years of only playing Stateside shows here and there, be able to come play everywhere we can in North America. Excited to have Uniform with us, as well as Kanga and SRSQ. We’ve been looking forward to this for a long time, so come out, let go, and get lost with us for a night or two.”

The Black Queen tour dates:

January 17 Brisbane, Australia Black Bear Lodge SOLD OUT

January 18 Sydney, Australia Landsdowne Hotel SOLD OUT

January 19 Melbourne, Australia Northcote Social Club SOLD OUT

January 20 Melbourne, Australia Northcote Social Club SOLD OUT

February 22 San Diego, CA Brick By Brick

February 23 Las Vegas, NV Db172

February 24 Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge

February 26 Austin, TX Barracuda

February 27 Dallas, TX Curtain Club

March 1 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (Hell)

March 2 Ybor City, FL Crowbar

March 3 Orlando, FL The Abbey

March 5 Charlotte, NC Amos Southend

March 6 Washington, DC Union Stage

March 8 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg *

March 9 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts *

March 11 Cambridge, MA The Sinclair

March 12 Montreal, QC Le Ministere

March 13 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground

March 15 Detroit, MI The Shelter

March 16 Chicago, IL Subterranean

March 17 Minneapolis, MN Studio B @ Skyway Theatre

March 19 Denver, CO Marquis Theatre

March 20 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge

March 22 Seattle, WA Chop Suey *

March 23 Portland, OR Star Theater *

March 25 San Francisco, CA Slim’s *

March 26 Sacramento, CA Holy Diver

March 28 Los Angeles, The Echoplex *

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FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Roadburn Festival 2018

The day is finally here! The best underground heavy music festival in the world begins today as Roadburn takes flight for its 2018 edition in Tilburg, NL. The lineup is so good, naturally, you would want to see every band, but it’s of course, impossible. Follow our sensible day by day guide to the can’t miss bands each day below. Continue reading

Uniform – Wake In Fright

After multiple listens, I’m still attempting to find the right adjective to describe Uniform’s second full-length, Wake in Fright (Sacred Bones). I could use intense, but that probably wouldn’t fit the bill for the more subdued tracks like ‘Habit’ or ‘The Lost.’ Continue reading