Uncle Acid: Poison Apple
If you read the GP Vol 1 mag you were introduced to Uncle Acid and the droney-classic rock sound he has. He recently signed to Rise Above records and will be putting out a new record soon. Heres the newest single to hold you over.
Goat is a mysterious band from Sweden. They have this completely original psych-garage style that will remind you a little bit of The Mars Volta (r.i.p.). This track is off the first side of their forthcoming 7″ due out June 4.
Graveyard: Hisingen Blues
Heres another Swedish hard rock band that has the awesome Black Sabbath feel. This is off Graveyard‘s second record also called Hisingen Blues.
Queens of the Stone Age: My God Is The Sun
Brand spanking new new Queens of the Stone Age! If you don’t like Queens there’s probably something wrong with you.
Orange Goblin: Red Tide Rising
Orange Goblin has been rocking for over 10 years now and without a pause brings the same gasoline powered, whiskey drinking, occultic rock they’ve become known for.
Tyler, The Creator: Jamba Ft. Hodgy Beats
This is off Tyler, The Creator‘s new album Wolf. This record lives up to the hype and shows that ofwgkta is here to stay and not a passing fad.
When Saints Go Machine: Love And Respect ft. Killer Mike
Killer mike rules, this beat rules and the video rules.
Million Dead: Pornography For Cowards
So this song isn’t as much new as 10 years old. Million Dead had a similar mission as Refused and had a similar style. These guys are the truth, we need more bands like this. The record was A Song to Ruin and plays well all the way through.
1994!: never into it, definitely over it
1994! is a 2 piece punk band from Lancaster PA that fucking rules, enough said. Go pay what you wish for this album on their bandcamp.
Turbowolf: Let’s Die
Listen past the first 60 seconds and then you will understand what Turbowolf is about. They’ll remind you of a highly evolved Black Sabbath. The video for this song is super rad too.
Black Cowgirl: Weight of Oblivion
Great band from Lancaster that will be playing May 5th in York PA with Young Widows.
Blood Sister: Why Would You
From the ashes of Night Manager a new Blood Sister has risen. Great sinister fuzz rock with a kewl video.
Thee Oh Sees: Toe Cutter – Thumb Buster
Not sure why but I like this. Kinda like pop drone metal. Not bad.
Roomrunner makes another appearance on the jamslist with a song off their upcoming full length Ideal Cities due out May 14.
Intronaut: The Welding
King Tuff: Sun Medallion
This track is off the King Tuff album Was Dead that will be out on reissue (previously only available on vinyl) April 30th.
Intronaut: The Welding
Intronaut is a techie heavy rock band that sounds like if Meshuggah and Deftones had a demon child. These crazy Swedes are actually currently on tour with Meshuggah, so catch that show and pick up their new album Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words with Tones) on March 19.
Miguel Baptista Benedict: Phemy
Here’s a haunting track from Miguel Baptista Benedict that will remind you of Yann Tiersen. Great rainy day stuff.
Single Mothers: Christian Girls
Single Mothers broke up in 2009 – and have been playing shows ever since. Buy this EP off band camp for super cheap.
Nails: Gods Cold Hands
Remember that first time you herd slipknot and burned your neighbors house down? Kinda like that.
Awesome German electro-jam, check out the trippy video.
Danava: Shoot Straight With A Crooked Gun
Danava is the real fucking deal. If we didn’t tell you this album came out last year you’d think it was a band that toured with Sabbath in the 70s. They also did a split with our dude Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats. Riffage for days.
That Fucking Tank: NWONWOBHM
That Fucking Tank will remind you of some of the other guitar/drum duos that whip out slightly unstructured masterpieces like El Ten Eleven, Hella, Death From Above 1979. Their new album TFT is totally worth every the euro/dead prez.
The Growlers: Graveyards Full
The Growlers rule, their singer Brooks Nielsen rules, this video of ‘Wandering Eyes’ rules. They have a new album that is coming out 2013 and it is going to rule.
Bass Drum Of Death: Nerve Jamming
This track is off Bass Drum of Death‘s 2011 album GB City. They have this great blend of old rock lo fi and surfer punk that makes their whole album rock.
JEFF The Brotherhood: Hypnotic Mind
JEFF the Brotherhood has this awesome Weezer-blue album/Ramones feel to it so much so that you can call it pop and not feel bad about it.
Metz: Dirty Shirt
Metz is starting to secure their place as one of our favorites. They wield this head smashing 90s punk style that finally filling our Nirvana void left over from adolescents. ‘Dirty Shirt‘ is a B-side to a single released by Sub Pop.
Forgotten Tomb: Deprived
Here’s some dark stuff from Italian band Forgotten Tomb from their new album …And Don’t Deliver Us From Evil… out Nov 6th.
Coheed and Cambria: Key Entity Extraction II – Hollywood The Cracked
Coheed and Cambria are back with another chapter in their epic tale. The album continues the mix of metal riffs and cosmic landscapes we’ve come to love from these guys but this track has a certain twang that fits them but you wouldn’t usually expect.
Here’s one for all you Deftones fans off their new album Koi No Yokan. this track ‘Tempest‘ takes lyrical cues from doomsday theory which Chino has said almost became the focus of this whole album.
This is some organic deep-bass techno from Berlin/NYC producer MachineDrum. This track comes from the 4th compilation by Lazer Sword that lands Nov 27.
A Lot Like Birds: THINK DIRTY OUT LOUD
A Lot Like Birds is a ‘post-hardcore’ band from California with some gnarly kick. You get a sense of a little Fall of Troy mixed with some Number 12 Looks Like You with a even further style change with clean vocals by Kurt Travis from the band Dance Gavin Dance. Get ready for the Equal Visions record coming 2013.
Immortal: Sons of Northern Darkness
10 years ago right before Sons Of Northern Darkness was released Iscariah left Immortal leaving all of us to believe it was the end. After wondering in a black metal desert for 5 years, they reformed in 2007. If you don’t know who Immortal is they are these guys and also these guys.
Believer/Law: The Task at Hand
If you are a punk rocker from the future you probably hear this type of stuff all the time but this new track by NY based Believer/Law has a new creud awesomeness too it. The cassette featuring this track and more is due out in January.
Pat Jordache: steps (DAMAGED GOODS)
This song kinda sounds like what Soul Train would sound like if it was produced by PBS in the 1980s… and you were on acid watching it. The tones are awesome especially that shrill shaky keyboard that winds and twist throughout the whole song and you gotta love the saxophone solo. Check out this rad fan video someone made for the song.
White Denim: I Start to Run
This is a little bit of a throw back but if you’ve glossed over White Denim in the past you should take another look. This track is off their album Fits that came out in 2009 and its just one of the five album they have out now. If you’re working on something try hitting play on their whole discography and letting it go, you wont get board.
Reignwolf: Electric Love
Reignwolf aka Jordan Cook is rock n roll. There isn’t really any other good words to describe the awesomeness he holds. This track is from a live session in which he plays all the instruments and sings (including the kick drum and full kit sounds at the end) worth the watch.
White Lung: Two of You
After releasing one of this years best punk albums Sorry, White Lung is back with more riot-infused girl punk rock on their new 7″. Also on the record is a track called Hunting Holiday which is just as good. The whole 7″ is available as a full stream on their bandcamp, check it out.
Roomrunner is the phoenix that rose from the ashes of Baltimore hardcore band Double Dagger. This track, Spinning, is off side A of their self titled cassette.
Savages is a chaotic 4 piece from London that had their debut album hit earlier this year. This song brings hysteria with ups, downs, industrial guitars and chants all on a spinal cord of driving bass. Good stuff.
Local Natives: Breakers
Local Natives is back with a new single off their second album Hummingbird due out the end of January. This track shows they still have their gigantic warm sound still intact and that Hummingbird aint ganna be no sophomore slump.
Squarehead: More Quickly
This track is off an Irish indie split from So Cow and Squarehead. Be sure to check out Squarehead at the CMJ festival in NYC and grab the split starting Nov. 13.
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead: Catatonic
One of our long time favorite bands is back and kicking it like the old days. Catatonic is a powerful new single from …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead and lives up to their driving rock style. The new album Lost Songs is out Oct. 23.
Robbie Basho: Blue Crystal Fire
This is the original tracking of Blue Crystal Fire by Robbie Basho off his 1978 album Visions of The Country. Recently, How To Dress Well came out with a cover of this song but there is just something about Robbie’s signature vibrato that chills you to the bones. When Holy MTN played the BL∆CK ROOM last month they did an amazing uptempo version, watch here.
Black Moth Super Rainbow: Gangs in the Garden
Here is the latest cut from Black Moth Super Rainbow‘s new album Cobra Juicy due out Oct 23. If this song gives us any indication, we can expect the same psyche we’re use to from Black Moth but mixed with Daft Punkness.
Tame Impala: Elephant
The new record from Tame Impala, Lonerism will be out next week (Oct 9). So to get you ready here’s an attitude driven jam from the upcoming record. Check out their new video for it.
Voivod: Mechanical Mind
Voivod has been rocking probably longer then you’ve been alive (1982). This track is off their album to be released 2013 called Target Earth. Their sound is like a ETID and Mastodon step child without red hair and we have no problem with that.
Ceremony: Everything Burns
Ceremony will release a limited edition 7″ split with Titus Andronicus this fall which will feature this song. If you dig this check out their full length release Zoo that came out earlier this year.
Philip Glass: Rubric (Tyondai Braxton Remix)
Arguably the greatest living composer, Philip Glass is about to turn 75 and as a awesome ass birthday gift Beck and others are putting together a 2xCD remix album of his work called Rework: Philip Glass Remixed. Check out the track Rubric remixed by Battles member Tyondai Braxton.
METZ: Wet Blanket
Toronto rock machine METZ is gearing up for their self-titled debut out Oct 9 with this single, Wet Blanket. We seriously love these guys right now, can’t wait to hear the whole record.