Stream And Destroy 09.09.22 // 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.


Victoria is another fantastic cut from the new material by Brutus. Vocalist Stefanie Mannaerts says that it's about “getting older. You know grown-up life is lurking around the corner, but you’re not afraid of what’s coming, because we’re all going to go down together.” Adds bassist Peter Mulders: “Victoria has always felt nostalgic for us. Back to the old Brutus days. The guitar riff has been around since 2013, but it is only now that it shines in a full song. What can be seen as a quieter song with a normal song structure, turned out to be a huge step for us to take. We can’t hide behind effects, tempo changes, shouts or blasts.




Belgian progressive post metal band Psychonaut are preparing to release their new album, Violate Consensus Reality, on October 28th, 2022 via Pelagic Records. The epic title track features guest vocals from Stefanie Mannaerts of Brutus and Colin H. van Eeckhout of Amenra.




Wayne Adams (Big Lad) and Iggor Cavalera (Cavalera Conspiracy, Sepultura) as Petbrick will be releasing their new album, Liminal, on September 23rd, 2022 via Neurot Recordings. Grind You Dull features guest vocals by Converge's Jacob Bannon.




Cold Cave have published a surprising new cover of a Psychic TV song, mixed by John Fryer. Godstar is “about Brian Jones, one of the Rolling Stones.




VR Sex have released an official live video for their song Snake Water from their new full length, Rough Dimension which has been out for a while and keeps on delivering.




Hardcore punk supergroup OFF! have unveiled a second single, Kill To Be Heard, from their upcoming album Free LSD, releasing September 30th, 2022 from Fat Possum Records.




The Hypnogogue is The Church's first new single in five years, a long track with a futuristic theme and a brilliant accompanying visual. The band's Steve Kilbey comments: "I don’t think this song has any predecessor in our history at all."




Featuring members of SubRosa, The Otolith of Salt Lake City will release their debut album Folium Limina on October 21st, 2022 via Blues Funeral Recordings. The first single, Sing No Coda, shows the album's heavy colors.




As Blackbraid, indigenous American musician Sgah'gahsowáh from the Adirondack Mountains creates something truly exceptional and imposing in the black metal realm. Blackbraid I is unmissable.




Russian Circles reveal a little more of their darker side on album number eight, and the result is as enthralling as everything else that has come from the band's way.




Post hardcore/mathcore greats, Botch, have released their first new song in over twenty years. One Twenty Two is included on the reissue of We Are The Romans.




Psychic Ills will release a live album of their 2012 Austin Psych Fest (Levitation) performances on September 30th, 2022 via The Reverberation Appreciation Society.




Black Math Horseman have confirmed the release of their self-titled EP, their first in 13 years, arriving on October 21st , 2022 via Profound Lore. On lead single, The Bough, the band prove that they dark-hued post metal is strong and alive.




Holy Fawn have delivered their long awaited album Dimensional Bleed via Wax Bodega, a record which certainly lives up to the band’s potential, and is a great continuation of the groundbreaking DEATH SPELLS from 2018.




Danish post punks/noise rockers, Iceage, wrote and recorded Shake The Feeling in the mid-2010s which remained unreleased until now. The band will be releasing a new outtakes and rarities compilation on September 23rd, 2022.




Glassing's new EP, Dire and Sulk, is out now on Brutal Panda. Sulk is an erratic and absolutely gorgeous piece of of hardcore-tinged atmospheric extreme metal.




As The Moon Rests, A.A. Williams' second album, is due out on October 7th, 2022. "It is sometimes possible to find ourselves in a situation unable to be objective, unable to see one’s part in the greater picture," the artist says about single, Golden. "Sometimes we are even the root of a problem we didn’t even realise was occurring. Golden speaks of the push and pull between enjoying being in a loving situation, yet simultaneously, unwittingly, ruining it."




"This song explores the ways we seek validation and how it motivates the way we interact with the world around us," punk rockers, THICK, say about the title track of their new album, Happy Now. "Whether you look for it externally or internally, it begs the question, 'Who is this all for and is it ever enough?'"




Under their new name, Gilla Band have set a release date for their new album. Rough Trade will release Most Normal on October 7th, 2022. Backwash is a bold new single off it.




Kurt Ballou has produced Memory Theater, the upcoming sophomore album by extreme metal act, Escuela Grind. All Is Forgiven is an amazing death/grind/metalcore number of pure energy.




One more good album is in the bag for Crippled Black Phoenix who have released Banefyre. About highlight track Bonefire, singer and percussionist Belinda Kordic says that the track is "targeted at the politicians, who’re some of the wealthiest people around, and also the most un-empathetic sons of bitches towards the poorest and most vulnerable in our society. These people in government have the power to change things around, make a difference, but they choose not to."




Night Crawling, a new song by John Cale, is said to harken back to the seventies pre-disco era in New York City. Cale comments: "There was this period around mid-late '70s when David [Bowie] and I would run into each other in NY. There was plenty of talk about getting some work done but of course we'd end up running the streets, sometimes until we couldn't keep a thought in our heads, let alone actually get a song together! One night we managed to meet up for a benefit concert where I taught him a viola part so we could perform together. When I wrote Night Crawling, it was a reflective moment of particular times. That kind of NYC that held art in its grip, strong enough to keep it safe and dangerous enough to keep it interesting."




Singapore's Wormrot returned with their final album. Hiss is a fantastic full length that blends grind brutality with melodious moments in a very cohesive manner. This great band's journey obviously culminates in a spectacular final chapter.




The very productive Tropical Fuck Storm released Moonburn, a cassette EP via Joyful Noise which includes an odd cover of The Stooges' Ann, with lead vocals by bassist Fiona Kitschin.






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