Primus have premiered a new song titled “The Trek.” This song is from their new album “The Desaturating Seven,” which is set to be released on September 29. That effort takes inspiration from a children’s book called “The Rainbow Goblins.” The below stream also features Les Claypool as “Christopher P. Bacon” reading excerpts from the book.
During their recent European shows, Papa Roach have been paying tribute to Chester Bennington with a partial cover of Linkin Park’s “In The End.” You can see some footage of that from their September 20 show at Gasometer in Vienna, Austria below:
During their September 15 set at Riot Fest in Chicago, Illinois, Ministry performed a new song titled “Antifa.” This song is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming album “AmeriKKKant,“ which is set to be released in March 2018.
The details have been revealed for the new Cavalera Conspiracy album “Psychosis.” That effort will be released on November 17.
“Psychosis” Track Listing:
02. “Terror Tactics”
03. “Impalement Execution”
04. “Spectral War”
07. “Judas Pariah”
Primus have posted another official stream of their track “The Seven.” Unlike the original stream, this one has Les Claypool dressed as “Christopher P. Bacon” reading excerpts from the book “The Rainbow Goblins,” which inspired the group’s new album “The Desaturating Seven.” That will be released on September 29.
The Word Alive have been playing a new song, reportedly titled “Red Clouds,” live at some recent shows. You can see footage of that below:
Former Corrosion Of Conformity singer, Eric Eyck has sadly passed away. The vocalist sang on the band’s debut album “Eye For An Eye.” R.I.P.
Corrosion Of Conformity commented:
“We are saddened to learn of the passing of one time COC vocalist Eric Eycke, who’s broad musical knowledge shaped the band’s early identity and who’s energy is evident on our first hardcore era album “Eye for an Eye”. This simply does not seem real. We traveled far and wide in a shitty van,blowing up stages together, trying to live up to the likes of The Bad Brains and Black Flag.”