Weekly Release Dump

Follow us on Bandcamp!

Hover over foreign scripts for pronunciation and romanization.

Friday, 17 June

كاديف ابغيديفا الا ديڤالوكا

€9.90 EUR
72:24
folk fusion
Montréal, Québec
Akuphone

Tracklist (click to display)

Abstract Deviation – Reborn

15:10
progressive metalcore
Russia
Independent


Tracklist (click to display)

Read more

Weekly Release Dump

Bandcamp’s Juneteenth event is now!

Follow us on Bandcamp!

Hover over foreign scripts for pronunciation and romanization.

Friday, 10 June

Above & Below – Suffer. Decay. Alone

$5 USD
27:29
industrial metal
Steubenville, Ohio
Disorder

Tracklist (click to display)

Abrade the Earth – The Essence of Everything

$10 CAD
27:53
metalcore
Ottawa, Ontario
Independent

Tracklist (click to display)Read more

Weekly Release Dump

Prepare for Bandcamp’s Juneteenth event, on the 17th!

Follow us on Bandcamp!

Hover over foreign scripts for pronunciation and romanization.

Friday, 3 June

The Algorithm – Data Renaissance

$9.99 USD
38:55
electro-metal
France
Fixt

Tracklist (click to display)

Architek Percussion – Six Changes

32:24
nu jazz
Montréal, Québec
Independent


Tracklist (click to display)

Read more

Weekly Release Dump

Follow us on Bandcamp!

Hover over foreign scripts for pronunciation and romanization.

Friday, 27 May

Age of Fable – Modern Ethos

$7 USD
21:17
progressive rock
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Independent

Tracklist (click to display)

Boy Band – Unilateroloid

Name your price
45:14
experimental rock
Chicago, Illinois
Independent

Read our review.

Tracklist (click to display)Read more

Sweet Heart, Open Ear: May 2022

Deaf Club – Bad Songs Forever


Justin Pearson can do no wrong. I’ve reached a few different conclusions after listening to this four-song EP a few times: There is a cool table, and then there is an even cooler table; the table where those who sit at the cool table wish they sat. This cooler table is where Deaf Club sits. Everything about this release is balanced. Nothing in the mix is louder than it needs to be. It sounds almost understated. I can’t think of another example of carefully understated grindcore off the top of my head. Deaf Club… Read more