Stream And Destroy 10.15.21 // 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. The feature now comes with an accompanying playlist on Spotify.

New releases, new reissues, all kinds of new stuff are piling up, as the world seems to be projecting a kind of awkward normalcy these days. Here's another edition of Stream And Destroy.


Paragons, the new album by Constant Smiles arrives November 12th, 2021, through Sacred Bones. On the latest single off it, the group’s own Ben Jones says: "I wrote Daisy, Table For Three at one of the lowest points in my life, after a breakup and while trying to get sober. I was in a place where all I could see was the destruction in my life and the responsibility I felt for it, which I was really struggling to process. Around that time I had a conversation with an ex from my past and she told me that she and her husband were going to have a baby. I wasn't a very good partner to her and seeing the healing she experienced and the life she was happy building gave me hope, when I needed it the most, that things could get better."




Couldn't Have Done The Killing is the horror-infused latest single ahead of The Path of the Clouds, the anticipated album by Marissa Nadler. The song comes with a video directed by Tyler Derryberry and Christen Dute.




Swedish post punks Makthaverskan unveiled Closer, another part of their impending fourth album, För Allting, out on November 12th, 2021 via Run For Cover. Singer Maja Milner comments: “The lyrics in Closer are about falling in love and letting them in under your skin. It’s about daring to expose yourself in order to develop.




German post metal band, no god only teeth, come forth with an ultra heavy take on the genre, combining sludge metal heaviness with atmospherics. They have just released their album, Placenta, on their label Narshardaa Records.




Portrayal of Guilt's CHRISTFUCKER, expected out November 5th, 2021 via Run For Cover Records, gets another single and cinematic, indie horror-themed visual, with ..where the suffering never ends, which has already won a place among the year's best videos.




Coming from the curators of the long-running Brown Acid compilation series, Scrap Metal: Excavated Heavy Metal From the Era of Excess collects rare, lost and unreleased late seventies and eighties singles from the Golden Age of Heavy Metal. Headbang by Rapid Tears from 1981 is the first track revealed, representing the compilation's heavy metal craziness, coming courtesy of RidingEasy Records and Permanent Records.




UK based act TEETHGRYNDER released the third single from the forthcoming album, Hostages, out October 29th, 2021 via Isolation Records. Devilman finds Jay Thurley collaborating with guest Rob Vaughan (Bossk) on guitar and synths, and it comes with a foreboding, beautiful video by Ross Fraser McLean and Supply + Demand.




Belgium’s WIEGEDOOD revealed Nuages, a new single and video off their expected album, There’s Always Blood At The End Of The Road, coming on January 14th, 2022 via Century Media Records. The band describe it as “a black metal homage to Django Reinhardt. So chaotic and dissonant that the man himself would have hated it for sure.




I’ll Be Damned is the second single ahead of Your Time To Shine, the next album by Monolord, expected on October 29th, 2022 via Relapse Records, recorded in drummer Esben Willems’ new recording space, Studio Berserk.






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