SONG PREMIERE: Amarionette continue to evolve on “Counterfeits”

Amarionette continue to build momentum following a busy 2019. The Las Vegas band fuses pop rock, post-hardcore, and R&B, with a catchy twist that fans of any of those genres are sure to enjoy. After the release of last year’s Evolution EP, the band has stayed busy, and are now exclusively premiering the lead single from their upcoming full-length Sunset On This Generation, coming later this year!

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Young Mountain premieres new music video for “Lost Tree”

Sweden’s Young Mountain are hot off the release of their debut album “Lost Tree”, which released in September via Zegema Beach/Through Love/Miss the Stars/Pundonor/Dasein records. Focusing more on atmosphere rather than aggression, the screamo/hardcore group have made a name for themselves across Europe, performing at Miss the Stars fest and Fluff fest, two notably large screamo festivals. A few months back I had the chance to interview the band (which you can find here), and today we are happy to be able to premiere their new video for the titular track, “Lost Tree”, which you can find below.

Lost Tree has definitely made my year end list: with the fantastic performances from the band or its brooding atmosphere coupled with nice use of string work, the debut is a great addition to the their discography and definitely has this listener keen to hear what the future has in store for the guys. Be sure to give Young Mountain a like on Facebook and check “Lost Tree” on Bandcamp, your favorite streaming service, or by purchasing a physical from Zegema Beach Records or Through Love Records.
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Death Grips Premiere “Trash” Via Phone Number

Death Grips have been teasing Bottomless Pit since October of last year and released one track so far named “Hot Head” (which I have linked down below). Now, in the most extremely ordinary fashion, you can listen to their new track “Trash when calling the number 1-844-278-7255 and “pressing one for trash”. The song is very lo-fi and has the normal Death Grips feel to it. If you have time, the song is approximately 3-4 minutes long and it’s an interesting one at that. Bottomless Pit is out tomorrow, May 6th 2016.