Stream And Destroy 01.07.22 // Weekly Roundup

Stream And Destroy is a weekly feature on D//E in which we round up tracks and releases we didn't cover canonically during the current week. It's complementary to our regular posts and publishes on Friday release day. Oddments from previous weeks may appear. The feature now comes with an accompanying playlist on Spotify.

The first Stream And Destroy of 2022 is up. Tabula rasa...


Take It is the third single and video from Multiverse, Reptaliens’ third album, expected through Captured Tracks on January 21st, 2022. The band remark: "Come with us on a journey to find intelligent life while we dig through old footage. The truth is out there."




Following a trilogy of late 2021 releases, dreampop pioneer, Robin Guthrie, celebrates his 60th birthday with a moody, contemplative and all around moving EP release, which presents one more aspect of the artist’s ceaseless creativity.




French crust/hardcore/grind act, FERAL, reveal The Great Reset, the first single and video off their sophomore album, Spiritual Void, expected out on on January 21st, 2022 through Source Atone Records and Basement Apes Industries.




Anna von Hausswolff kicks off 2022 with a strong live album in which she performs fan-favorite pieces from her two most celebrated albums; The Miraculous and Dead Magic. Live at Montreux Jazz Festival comes out through Southern Lord on January 14th, 2022.




Swedish atmospheric post rockers, OH HIROSHIMA, return with their fourth album, Myriad, arriving on March 4th, 2022 via Napalm Records, and introduced with the weighty track, Humane, and its cinematic accompanying video. The band’s own Jakob Hemström says: "Humane might be the most direct and intense song we've created as a band. For us it marks a somewhat new direction that we wanted to explore and we're very proud of how it turned out. We felt right away that this was the first song of the new album we wanted our listeners to hear. The lyrics revolve around themes of human hubris and the video was filmed, directed and edited by our drummer, Oskar."




Sci-fi horror and sludge metal heaviness combine on Alien Slut Mum, the new single and video from the debut solo album by High On Fire’s Matt Pike as Pike vs The Automaton, coming February 18th, 2022 through MNRK Heavy. “I made a psychedelic rock record that Sleep and High on Fire fans would like,” Pike describes. “And maybe if you’re not a Sleep or High on Fire fan, you might like it too. I definitely think it’s interesting; it has D-Beat punk, two-step. It’s got everything and it still works together, it doesn’t sound odd. It’s just an off-the-wall psychedelic rock record.




A distinct piece of sludge/post metal heaviness and darkness, Verminvisible comes from Débris de Mondes Perdus, the upcoming album by Swiss band, Abraham, expected out February 25th, 2022 via Pelagic Records.




The latest addition to The Body’s long list of collaborations is an upcoming album alongside the electronica artist OAA. Enemy of Love will be out on February 18th, 2022, and the first example off it, Barren of Joy, features a guest vocal appearance by Dylan Walker (Full of Hell, Sightless Pit).




Mark K Nelson of post rock greats Labradford fame, prepares for the release of a new album under his Pan•American moniker. The Patience Fader will be out on February 18th, 2022 via Kranky, and it's introduced with the minimalistic beauty of Outskirts, Dreamlit. The new album was created in isolation in the summer of 2020, and it’s composed of meditations on “roots and mourning, trying to connect with those deep hidden rivers that lead to a greater communality.




††† return with their first release in eight years, and deliver an interesting cover of Goodbye Horses, originally released by Q Lazzarus in 1988. Also, a Buffalo Bill favorite…




Russian dark synthpop duo, ЭЛЕКТРОЦОЙ, release the new five song EP, Absolutely Live At The Lodge Of Eternal Love, following the very good Bedroom Gothic from last year.




Cloakroom are back with a new album, expected on Relapse Records on January 28th, 2022, marking the band’s tenth anniversary. “We lost a couple of close friends over the course of writing this record,” says guitarist and vocalist Doyle Martin. “Dreaming up another world felt easier to digest than the real nitty-gritty we’re immersed in every day.




Aeviterne are composed of members from Flourishing, Artificial Brain, Luminous Vault, Miasmatic Necrosis, and their new album, The Ailing Facade, will be coming out March 18th, 2022 through Profound Lore. First single, Denature, is pitch dark death metal mayhem.




Purveyors of multilayered heaviness, Vein.fm, have announced their new album, This World Is Going To Ruin You, expected out on March 4th, 2022 via Closed Casket Activities/Nuclear Blast, and they introduced it with the fiery single and nightmarish video, The Killing Womb.




It took the formation of a whole new band for Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood to return to the guitar-laden days of earlier Radiohead, it seems. Together with Tom Skinner from Sons Of Kemet they are The Smile, and after their first live appearance on last year’s Glastonbury livestream, they are ready with a first studio offering, the quite vibrant You Will Never Work In Television Again.






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