Stream And Destroy 02.17.23 // 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.

Heriot delivered their new single, Demure, which follows their excellent 2022 debut EP, Profound Morality, and dabbles in industrial, post metal, nu metal and other styles.

The second song from Full of Hell and Primitive Man's forthcoming collaborative album, Suffocating Hallucination, is a nearly 12-minute piece of sludge metal excellence.

The Ocean will release their new album Holocene on May 19th, 2023 via Pelagic Records. New single Parabiosis, is an eight-minute piece which combines the band's atmospheric electronics with their usual post metal weightiness.

As always, Korine's lush and profound synthpop will never let one down. Tear, the duo's brand new full length, features top quality songwriting once more.

Jami Karper and Eric "Shade" Balderose of Code Orange have remixed their songs from their 2020 album Underneath, bringing the industrial side of the band to the surface. A 13-minute animated short film directed by Eric "Shade" Balderose features music from the remix album, What Is Really Underneath?

Screaming Females released their new album Desire Pathway, and Mourning Dove is the latest single and video release off it, and a potent punk rocker.

If The Wheels Are Coming Off, The Wheels Are Coming Off is the second single from Ulrika Spacek's anticipated album, Compact Trauma, out March 10th, 2023 via Tough Love.

The eerie and atmospheric number Pahrump by Xiu Xiu is another reveal off their forthcoming album Ignore Grief, and it involves compelling instrumentals and deep vocals which come together flawlessly. Made by Angela Seo, the accompanying video is equally moving.

The 2018 album Savior by Portland greats Soft Kill is being reissued on vinyl, and the deluxe version includes a bonus seven-inch with two great bonus songs.

Beginning at Christmas 2022, veteran post rockers, MONO, plan to release an annual collection of Christmas EPs dubbed Heaven. Silent Embrace is from the first volume which will get a physical release on March 24th, 2023.

Evil Finds Light is the new single and video by DRAIN, part of their upcoming album LIVING PROOF, out on May 5th, 2023 from Epitaph Records.

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