F.O.A.D (Fuck Off and Die) Debuts Full-Album Stream Of Brand New Album “Birth of Extinction”

Sweden’s F.O.A.D (Fuck Off and Die) debuts the full-album stream of the band’s brand new album “Birth of Extinction”, out now on digipack CD by Mythrone Promotion and Defense Records.

Check out now “Birth of Extinction” in its entirety below.

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Frameworks Posts “Smother” Album Online

The new Frameworks album “Smother” is due out on July 8th, 2016 via Deathwish, but today all 11 tracks have come online for advance listening.

“Smother” was recorded by Matt McClellan (Being As An Ocean, O’ Brother, etc) at Glow In The Dark Studios and mastered by Brad Boatright (Converge, Self Defense Family, etc) at Audiosiege Mastering.

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Dave Mustaine Slams Fired Guitar Tech In Video Rant

It’s that time again – having been awhile since Megadave put his foot in his mouth, now he’s released a video online discussing why he fired a guitar tech after problems at last night’s show in Brisbane (Australia).

The clip, available below, showcases Dave’s sterling personality explaining how the tech was a “total waste of skin and life” although in his defense at least this time Dave’s rage was focused on giving the fans the best show possible, and not on some political or religious bullshit.

He apologizes to the fans attending the show, stating they “deserve way better than this jerkoff did tonight” and goes on to further the slam the tech stating “But you know what the funny thing is? He has to live with himself. And as of like right now, I’ll never see his stupid fucking ass again.”

So did anybody catch the show and see what the problem was that got Dave so irate? Let us know what went down in the comments below.

Megadeth’s lineup has been shaken up lately with the departure of Drover and Broderick to create new band Act Of Defiance, being replaced by Chris Adler and Kiko Loureiro. Megadeth is also gearing up to release new album “Dystopia” early next year, with an advance track online and available for streaming over here.

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New Track “Lost To Love” Streaming From Ghost Machinery

Finnish melodic metal act Ghost Machinery is streaming the new track “Lost to Love.” The song appears on the third full length studio album “Evil Undertow,” which will be available on on November 13th via Pure Legend Records (a division of Pure Steel Records).

The track listing for the album is:

1. Arms Of The Strangers
2. Fatal
3. Kingdom Of Decay
4. Go To Hell (It’s Where You Belong)
5. Evil Undertow
6. Brave Face
7. Tools Of The Trade
8. No Easy Way Out
9. Dead Inside
10. Lost To Love
11. The Last Line Of Defense
12. Fight For The Strangers (Bonus Track)
13. Never Stop Running (Bonus Track)

Check out “Lost to Love” here:

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Hush. Posts Full “Unexist” Album Online For Streaming

One week prior to the release of Hush.’s debut full-length, “Unexist,” Metal Injection has launched a stream of the entire album, which can be heard below.

Due out June 24th, “Unexist” was mixed by Kowloon Walled City front man Scott Evans (Old Man Gloom, Ladder Devils) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, Tragedy). The band features former and current members of From Ashes Rise, Self Defense Family, and Endicott.

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Self Defense Family Streaming New EP “The Corrections Officer In Me”

With Self Defense Family’s new EP, “The Corrections Officer In Me,” officially out now on Family Drugs, a stream of the full release is currently available thanks to NewNoiseMagazine.com. Check out the tracks below. The following press release was also issued:

“A shape-shifting collective, rooted in, but not limited to, the post-hardcore sound of the Dischord Records roster, Self Defense Family have made a name in the underground by ignoring normal rock band rules concerning genres, lineups, and release schedules. With a rotating cast of musicians from across the US and UK, S.D.F. have recorded music at studios across the globe, following whatever musical and non-musical inspirations strike them, and have put out releases via a long list of labels, including Deathwish Inc, Run For Cover, Hex, Family Drugs, and more.

“Outside Self Defense Family, frontman Kindlon is known as the vocalist for Drug Church, cofounder of Harm Reduction Records with Jami Morgan of Code Orange Kids, and owner of Ashcan Press, a comic book publisher.”

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Self Defense Family Posts New Song “The Bomber Will Always Get Through”

Verbicide Magazine premieres “The Bomber Will Always Get Through,” the third and final track from Self Defense Family’s upcoming new EP, The Corrections Officer In Me, out August 27th on Family Drugs.

Check out the track, along with “It’s Not Good For The Man To Be Alone” and “Pop Song Written On The Automall,” in the player below. The following press release was also issued:

“The Bomber Will Always Get Through is a seven-minute meditation, built on a hypnotic bassline and metronomic beat, intensified by distant guitar textures and frontman Patrick Kindlon’s slow-building tale about the day he fell off his bike: ‘Fell off my bike / Struck my head to the curb / Bad for my hairline / Great for self-worth…’ The song evokes the world-weary post-hardcore of Dischord Records legends like Fugazi and Lungfish.

“The ever-unpredictable Self Defense Family, formerly known as End Of A Year, features an evolving lineup of anywhere from three to ten members, hailing from all across the US and UK. Records have been recorded across the globe, from Iceland to Jamaica to the Bay Area, and released on many various labels, including Deathwish Inc, Run For Cover, Hex Records, and now, Family Drugs.

“Frontman Kindlon also fronts the band Drug Church, co-owns Harm Reduction Records with Jami Morgan of Code Orange Kids, and runs a comic book press.

“The Corrections Officer In Me was written and recorded in one 24-hour period with producer Sam Pura, creator of ‘The Waiting Room’ series, which has featured live performances by Touche Amore, Loma Prieta, and many more. Pura is also co-owner of Family Drugs (with Twelve Gauge Records boss Jihad Rabah), the label on which the EP sees its release on August 27th. Family Drugs releases are distributed exclusively by Deathwish Distribution.”

The Corrections Officer In Me by Self Defense Family

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