Stream And Destroy 06.04.21 // 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.

Complementing D//E's regular posts and our affinity for shoegaze, post punk, dreampop, metal and more, this is another edition of Stream And Destroy.

The Joy Formidable released a psychedelic new video for their recent single, Back To Nothing, created by the band’s own, Ritzy Bryan and Rhydian Dafydd. “We’ve always enjoyed making our own visuals, this was a bit more ambitious in the way of getting to the location & tasking ourselves with editing huge 360 files. I’ve learnt a lot about keyframing in a very short amount of time,” Ritzy comments.

A solid amalgam of extreme metal styles comes by way of Philadelphia’s Witching who combine death metal, black metal, doom, sludge and progressive rock into something very heavy and very tasteful.

Flesh of Morning are finally releasing their full length, Here In Heaven, through Blind Rage Records. All singles off it have been quite winsome, so it’s safe to not expect any less from the entire LP.

Old Moon revealed first single, Ephemeral, off the coming full length, Altars which is expected through à La Carte Records, and it sounds like a very promising cut of cold, shoegaze-bent post punk.

Carrying their Sisters of Mercy appeal full on, goth rockers, SONSOMBRE, unveil Dance Forever off their coming full length, Revival, expected on Cleopatra Records.

Formed 2019 in Brussels, Partikul deliver a very much dark and lively version of darkwave, and their album, Related memories, has just been out through Exit does not exist Records.

Sharp, gazey, instrumental post hardcore comes through San Francisco’s sadsack, and the new album, A Constant Ache Behind the Eyes, mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley at the Atomic Garden.

Seattle’s Nox Novacula release their impressive debut album, Ascension, through Manic Depression Records and Bat-Cave Productions, and it's a strong one with the potential to grow with each listen.

After a couple of solid singles, NC punks, Totally Slow, release their new album, Casual Drag via Refresh Records. The Needle is another example of the band’s punk rock directness and potency, and for the entirety of their third album they seem to have harnessed their influences most excellently.

Daughters vocalist, Alexis Marshall, will be releasing his solo debut, House Of Lull . House Of When, on July 23rd, 2021 via Sargent House, and the single and video for the experimental, Swans-like art rocker, Hounds In The Abyss, sounds and looks more than promising. “The long stare into the room of self—the universe’s middle distance—the many hidden doors we locate, the many rooms we find,” Marshall comments on the video directed by Jeremy W. “Populated not only by whom else we are, but by places we have been. The places we are. We don’t always pull away from the hot stove.

Genre-bending duo, Foxxxy Mulder, release Vengeance, the third single and video in support of their new EP, Controlled Collapse. This time the clip was created by the duo's own, David Kumler, and it comes with an Americana feel which hasn't been very common for the band thus far.

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