Monasteries are streaming their new EP “Silence“ in full. That effort will officially be released tomorrow (April 23). Guitarist Aaron Wright commented:
“On behalf of Monasteries I am proud to present to you, ‘Silence‘; 5 tracks showcasing unpredictability and erraticism, exploring the technical deathcore genre and hoping to find new ground. I believe that in these tracks, we have successfully captured and evoked the essence of tension, impact, and bleak realisation. It’s an honour to be able to stand behind this work, the latest bullet point in the Monasteries discography, and I truly believe it’s our best, most inspired work to date. I hope that in listening to ‘Silence‘, you too will understand the need for chaos in music that we as a band enjoy creating so much. Rest assured, this isn’t the end. Everything is born from Silence.”
Bring Me The Horizon officially released their new EP “Post Human: Survival Horror” today (October 30) and it can now be streamed below. The effort features multiple guests including Amy Lee (Evanescence), BABYMETAL, Yungblud, and Nova Twins.
In Flames have released a new EP titled “Clayman 2020.” The effort comes with re-recorded versions of “Only For The Weak,“ “Bullet Ride,“ “Pinball Map,” and “Clayman“ and a new instrumental titled “Themes And Variations In D-Minor.” You can stream the EP below and purchase a limited edition vinyl pressing HERE. As previously reported, all of the aforementioned tracks will also appear on the 20th anniversary deluxe edition of “Clayman,” which will be available on August 28.
Stabbing Westward have released a new EP titled “Dead And Gone.“ The effort features five tracks including three new songs and two remixes. A music video for the title track and streams of the other songs can be found below. The EP is the first of three releases that will eventually add up to an album.