Stream And Destroy 06.11.21 // 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, a relatively concise edition of Stream And Destroy, combines punk, shoegaze, post punk and experimental sounds.

Norwegian band She Said Destroy is very hard to pinpoint, yet, their noise rock and hardcore foundation always leads to a very interesting outcome. Their new album, Succession, expected out through, Mas-Kina Recordings, follows 2012's EP, Bleeding Fiction, and the first piece off it is certainly enthralling.

Mirabelle Van de Put’s Haze project releases a new video off their very nice self-titled album. Chromosome was written before the pandemic, and it’s themed on the classic concept of being stuck in old habits. The clip was shot by Sam Baguet, and directed by Evy Ottermans.

The intriguing act Trialogos released the entire footage of their show at Roadburn's Redux which was also their first ever live appearance, together with a video for the track Hikikomori off their expected album Stroh zu Gold, out June 18th, 2021 through Exile On Mainstream.

Alternative rock/slowcore staples Starflyer 59 will be releasing a new album soon, and they introduced it with the very melodious, negativistic single, Life In Bed.

Canada’s dark post punk band TRAITRS return with the opening track off their coming album, THE SICK, TIRED AND ILL, the follow up to 2018’s Butcher’s Coin.

Bay Area hardcore punks, Tuning, released the very energetic and intense, Pacific, a first offering off their coming full length, A Beacon In Impossible Seas.

Off their very well received album, Gathering Swans, out through Dais Records, Salt Lake City’s Choir Boy unveiled a video for the track Eat The Frog, made during lockdown and overflowing with strong DIY aesthetics.

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