Stream And Destroy 07.29.22 // 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.

Stream And Destroy, heatwave edition. It will most likely be a while until the next one.

Dead Cross, composed of Mike Patton, Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson, and Michael Crain, will release the aggressive nine-song album, II, on October 28th, 2022 via Ipecac Recordings. Reign Of Error and its accompanying video is the first taste.

"In preparation for the release of the A Labyrinth of Layers boxset released by Pelagic Records this fall we decided to shoot and record a couple of songs live in the studio marking the first time we’ve played together for four years!" great heavyweights, Burst, comment on the unveiling of their new live session. "Where the Wave Broke seems like a cool way to kick things off being both a favourite of ours and our fans. The session was recorded by Mikael Andersson at Soundport Studio and shot by Mathias Coulouri and we had a blast!Look forward to seeing you at our shows in November!"

You Should Be Fine Down There is another heavy and distorted shoegazer from California-based multi-instrumentalist Matt Wainwright's Cold Gawd project, and their album which is planned for release on September 23rd, 2022 via Dais Records. This is probably one of the finest implementations of R&B influence in underground music, and it sticks out.

Sunlight, the new single by Loma Prieta, is the band's first new music in over two years, seeing them once again defying styles, and becoming a herald for their upcoming material.

A few months ago, I was riding in the car with my seventy-one year old father while he was listening to The Beatles’ song Help!Jaye Jayle's Evan Patterson comments on the bands new take on the timeless classic. “This is not out of the ordinary. My dad is a “Beatles Mania” guy with a 'LENNON' personalized license plate and stickers all about his car. Their posters and albums hang on his basement walls and he even has stuffed dolls of the Fab Four. What I’m saying is: The Beatles have been subconsciously a massive influence on my musical mind.

A Shoreline Dream present their new single Alarms Stop Ringing, a first taste off their sixth full length, Loveblind, out September 23rd, 2022. The song is an immersive shoegaze excursion reflective of the band's customary atmospherics.

Death Bells release their anticipated third album, Between Here & Everywhere, via Dais Records, and through their new material they show signs of maturation, growth and versatility.

Ever Crashing, the new album by Kennedy Ashlyn’s SRSQ project, comes out August 19th, 2022 via Dais Records, and Abyss is the latest example off it, arriving paired to a beautiful, self-directed video.

Always strong, Crippled Black Phoenix have a new album in the works. Banefyre comes out September 9th, 2022 via Season of Mist, and the new single, Everything Is Beautiful But Us, certainly convinces.

Ahead of a supporting slot on the upcoming Dead Boys tour, rising punk, Suzi Moon, unveils the title track and video off the impending full length, Dumb & In Luv, out on September 9th, 2022 via Pirates Press Records. It's a strong indicator of a straightforward SoCal punk sound with power pop components.

The radical punk rock spirit of Sniffany & The Nits lives on, with the band delivering a new single and video. Clam Chowder is part of the band's really good and fresh album, The Unscratchable Itch.

OFF! return with their first album in eight years. Free LSD will be out on September 30th, 2022 via Fat Possum, and it's introduced with the quite hefty War Above Los Angeles, and its imaginative accompanying clip.

New one by the upcoming Preoccupations album. Matthew Flegel describes the single, Death Of Melody: "It’s about having a song stuck in your head, and having no idea what it is, and driving yourself to the brink of dementia trying to figure out what it is. It’s about knowing and forgetting, existing in the middle ground between the permanent and temporary." The band's fourth album, Arrangements, will be released on September 9th, 2022.

Brutus follow their recent single Dust, with the announcement of their new album, Unison Life, due October 21st via Sargent House. New single, Liar, takes no prisoners, and it also comes with a fantastic video.

Fucked Up are gearing up for the release of their new EP, Oberon, drawing inspiration from medieval and Renaissance literature. Oberon will be out October 7th, 2022 via Tankcrimes, and Strix is the quite heavy first taste.

The excellent Dirty just turned 30 years old. Sonic Youth unveiled the rare video for Drunken Butterfly, directed by Steven Helweg, winner of a contest for fan-made videos which took place when the album was released in 1992, organized by MTV's 120 Minutes. On the band's Bandcamp there are also some previously unreleased live recordings to add to the celebrations.

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