noise rock

Tropical Fuck Storm share music video for new single “Braindrops”

Ahead of the release of their new album “Braindrops” on Friday, Tropical Fuck Storm keep it freaky with the new video for the title track, which makes its way from the race track to skeletor and Pikachu getting beheaded by magical swords and a clay wolf demon.

In the words of the band:
“Filmed at Nagambie Speedway, Sinjoh Ruins and Victoria St., Richmond, "Braindrops" is a song that asks if you need to feel cheap buying counterfeit Ray Bans in a Universe that is actually a simulation”.

Russian Circles reveal new single “Kohokia”

With the steady reveal of their forthcoming album “Blood Year”, Russian Circles continue to remind the world why they have reigned as one of post-rock’s most stalwart forces. Their latest single, “Kohokia”, finds the trio in one of their most exploratory modes, capturing Slint-esque negative space in one moment, and blizzards of ashen metal in the next. 
 
Listen to Russian Circles’ blistering seven-minute track “Kohokia” below.
 

Tropical Fuck Storm to release new studio album “Braindrops” on August 23rd 2019

Tropical Fuck Storm, the off-kilter, avant-psych Australian outfit, release their sophomore album, “Braindrops”, on August 23rd, 2019, via Joyful Noise Recordings.

“I’ve invented fake news as a genre of music”, TFS singer/songwriter Gareth Liddiard states on the new album. “Braindrops” overflows with compelling sounds and visions that reflect the often dark and fractured reality of life on planet Earth as we hurtle toward environmental and social decay at a frighteningly rapid clip.

Cherubs to release new studio album “Immaculada High” on July 26th 2019

Rightfully hailed as “the noisiest pop music on the planet” by Pitchfork, Texas-based cult noise rock trio Cherubs have been purveyors of sonic bedlam since their inception in 1991.

After an unforeseen return to the scene from a two-decade hiatus in 2014, the Cherubs have now joined forces with the equally revered Relapse Records for the release of their fifth full-length “Immaculada High”.
 

Russian Circles to release new studio album “Blood Year” on August 2nd 2019

Russian Circles named their 2016 album “Guidance” in reference to the uncertainty of the future. It was a fitting title for the times, with the album coming out a few months before America’s tumultuous presidential election, but it was intended more as a reference to the band’s own absence of a blueprint as they navigated their second decade as a band than as a social commentary.