Stream And Destroy 06.02.23 // 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.

Saint Karloff make a return with their latest album, collaborating with Eivind Sletner, the brother of the band's late bassist and founding member, Ole. Paleolithic War Crimes has just been released through Majestic Mountain Record

Protomartyr's new album, Formal Growth in the Desert, is out, and Polacrilex Kid, is the latest single and video off it. Lead vocalist Joe Casey describes it as an homage to his complicated relationship with nicotine gum.

Kristin Hersh returns the announcement of her new solo album, Clear Pond Road. This release marks her first since 2018's acclaimed Possible Dust Clouds.

KEN mode, the noise rock greats, have announced the new full length, VOID. Serving as a follow-up and companion album to their previous release, NULL, the anticipated record will be available on September 22nd, 2023 via Artoffact Records. The Shrike is the album's opening number.

Fotocrime prepare to unveil their fourth album, Accelerated, marking their debut with Artoffact Records. The title track comes accompanied by a very nice music video, showcasing the band's powerful blend of dark post punk and gothic rock properties.

Horror maestro, Fabio Frizzi revisits the gore-filled epic masterpiece, Zombie as Zombie: Composer's Cut. Available through Cadabra Records on July 28th, 2023, the new version offers a fresh outlook, and presents the film's celebrated music from a new perspective.

Out of the blue, Code Orange release two strong singles, Grooming My Replacement and The Game, through Blue Grape Music. Frontman Jami Morgan describes these tracks as a reflection of the band's tumultuous psyche as they navigate their past and future.

Cattle Decapitation continue to offer their expertise at contemporary technical death metal with a very strong new full length. Terrasite is extremely heavy as much as it is melodic, and stands out as one of the band's greatest works thus far.

The Body reveal an expanded version of their great 2014 album, I Shall Die Here, and the previously unreleased companion album, Earth Triumphant is their newest offering. It comes out on June 30th, 2023 via RVNG Intl. and it's introduced with the new track, A Cloud Broke Open.

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