Stream And Destroy 10.21.22 // 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.

Madeline Johnston's Midwife project returns with a great new single as part of Hardly Art's Singles Series. Sickworld is a beautiful song about healing.

With the release of their new album Unison Life imminent, Brutus have released What Have We Done, another captivating single, together with a live video.

Bringing forth their extremely diverse and intense latest work, Wormrot have managed to come up with one of the best grindcore/extreme metal albums of late. Grieve, Weeping Willow and Voiceless Choir create the official Grieve Trilogy which comes with a cinematic video.

Liturgy have announced the release of their new double album, expected on March 24th, 2023, and introduced with the title track, 93696. At the same time, the band also released the new EP, As the Blood of God Bursts the Veins of Time.

Say Sue Me mark their tenth anniversary with an EP of covers and reworks, including songs originally by Yo La Tengo, Pavement, Daniel Johnston, Silver Jews, Grandaddy and Guided By Voices, together with new versions of two of their own tracks.

Japanese post metal greats Envy will release their new EP, Seimei, on November 9th, 2022, almost three years after their widely praised latest album, The Fallen Crimson.

Staying as vibrant as their early days, Ladytron have announced their seventh album, Time's Arrow, which will be released on January 20th, 2022 through Cooking Vinyl. The band's first single, City of Angels, has the same lush synthpop sound we've become used to hearing from the band.

I’d been listening to Weyes Blood’s latest record and remembered Natalie’s puritanical vocals," John Cale says on his new collaboration with Weyes Blood. "I thought if I could get her to come and sing with me on the Swing your soul section, and a few other harmonies, it would be beautiful. What I got from her was something else! Once I understood the versatility in her voice, it was as if I’d written the song with her in mind all along." John Cale's new album, Mercy, will also include contributions from Animal Collective, Laurel Halo and more.

Prolific black metal veterans, Darkthrone, will release their new album Astral Fortress on October 28th, 2022 through Peaceville. Caravan of Broken Ghosts is an eight-minute epic, going through atmospheric passages to ultimately find the band indulging in the dark and heavy black metal signature sound of theirs.

Ruth Radelet of Chromatics fame collaborates with Soft Kill, to deliver a direct soft rock ballad. "Last fall, Soft Kill reached out to me about a possible collaboration, and sent over a few instrumentals," Radelet says. "One of them spoke to me instantly, and it would eventually become The Line. From working on the melody while driving around Portland at night to tracking vocals in LA with @mantsounds, it was such a great experience bringing this song to life."

Involving a strong team of heavy music royalty, Chicago's Sweet Cobra return with their first album in seven years. Threes will be out on November 11th, 2022 via Pax Aeternum, recorded by Matt Talbott (Hum), mixed by Kurt Ballou (Converge), and mastered by Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna). Coats is the notable lead single from the album.

BIG|BRAVE return with the announcement of their new album, nature morte, the opening track of which, carvers, farriers, and knaves, finds the great noise rock band revealing their intentions and colors for the new album, as well as sounding absolutely relentless.

French cinematic post rockers, Lost In Kiev, have just released their new album, Rupture through Pelagic Records. The band perform opening number, We Are, at Midilive Studios in Villetaneuse in a solid live session, providing evidence that post rock will always be alive as long as expressive bands like this one exist in the world.

Full Of Hell recently released their new EP Aurora Leaking From An Open Wound on seven-inch vinyl, only as part of their recent tour. Now the band made the EP available digitally. The whole release is a six-minute assault.

Witch Fever released their anticipated debut album Congregation via Music For Nations, and the dynamic punk rocker Beauty And Grace is one of the focus tracks. "The song is about pushing back against oppressive feminine beauty standards whilst also finding a place for femininity that you enjoy and makes you feel powerful," vocalist Amy Walpole says. "Femininity is not a weakness, as much as society may tell you it is! If it empowers you and brings you joy it’s a strength!"

There’s a new rising force in underground hardcore. Hit Like A Girl, the project by Nicolle Maroulis will release Becoming EP on November 18th, 2022 on Refresh Records, and opening track, Dismay, is a true force of brutality.

With their latest album, New Catastrophism, freshly out, Lorcrian have released an amazing new video for the track Mortichnia, an immersive, eleven-minute piece of pure ambient and atmospheric brilliance.

Detroit, Michigan quartet Fell Ruin are gearing up for the November 11th, 2022 release of their second album, Cast in Oil the Dressed Wrought, on Tartarus Records and Death Psalm Records. The band exhibit their extreme metal genre fusion on a couple of singles that preceded the album together with stunning accompanying visuals.


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