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Coyote Man "Perilous"

Psych Rock duo Coyote Man has released the first single, "Perilous", from their forthcoming album, Precognition, which is due out on April 20th.

This is the instrumental rock of Augie Portugal (Guitar, Bass, Keyboards) and Ian Wheeler (Drums, Percussion).

You can catch Coyote Man on May 22nd at Downstairs at Subt with Pale Horseman and Sons of Ra.

Photo by Matthew Vineyard

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Fer de Lance

Metal Trio Fer de Lance is preparing to release their latest EP, "Colossus", via Cruz del Sur Music on March 13th.

With members from band like Moros Nyx, Professor Emeritus, Satan's Hallow, Midnight Dice, and Smoulder, this is a supergroup of sorts coming together to create an a truly furious sound. This is the work of MP Papai (Vocals, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar), C. Wolf (Guitar, Bass), and Rüsty (Drums, Bass, Percussion)

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Huntsmen "Mandala of Fear"

American Metal band Huntsmen is preparing to release their latest album, Mandala of Fear, via Prosthetic Records on March 13th. The album's opening track and lead single is called "Ride Out" and is accompanied by the beautiful and epic video below by Seth Whitehurst.

This is the work of Chris Kang, Marc Stranger-Najjar, Kirill Orlov, Ray Knipe, and Aimee Bueno.

You can catch Huntsmen at Garfield Park Observatory with Wovenhand and OM on March 13th.

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PREMIERE: Enter the dungeon on Castle Rat’s foreboding “It Isn’t Clean” (plays Baby’s 2.27)

Describing the opening breakdown of “It Isn’t Clean” as earth-shattering is an understatement — in the context of the incubus imagery and foreboding, drop-tuning guitars that characterize this five minute night ride, it’s better described as a hell opening incantation. The debut single by occult-embracing, 70s metal-inspired quartet Castle Rat well demonstrates the bands proclivity towards the old masters, drawing equal parts from the black magic and lyrical subject matters of Sabbath with an eye for the performative panache of KISS. Frontwoman Riley “The Rat Queen” Pinkerton embeds a healthy level of glam into her mic-ripping performance, backed by instrumentation that remains consistently doom-y, yet progressive enough to never get bogged down in sludge. Recommended for fans of hair metal or Ari Aster’s Hereditary, stream our premiere of the track below, and see Castle Rat tonight at Baby’s All Right, supporting Stonefield. Photo by Jessica Gurewitz

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Buggin Out

Hardcore band Buggin Out has released a self-titled EP via the local label New Morality Zine. This follows their self-released 2019 "Demo" EP and finds the group pushing the aggression and noise to the next level.

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