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Lord Dying premier new song via RevolverMag.com

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on 14th June 2013 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

Lord Dying have premiered a new song online from their upcoming album Summon The Faithless. The riff-heavy band has teamed up with RevolverMag.com to host the track entitled Dreams of Mercy, which can be streamed exclusively at this location.

Lord Dying feature members of Black Elk, Portals, Le Force and Cremains and hail from Portland, Oregon. In the short time they have been active, they have notched up appearances with the likes of Red Fang, Down, Yob, Unsane, Ghost and many more. Lord Dying‘s debut Summon the Faithless, which was recorded with Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium, Cough, Rwake), is set for release 9th July via Relapse Records. The album will be available in CD, LP and digital formats, and is available for pre-order at this location.

Recently the band posted a lyric video for the title track from Summoning the Faithless. The band describes the songs as “A call to the undesirable for a celebration of all things wicked and heavy.” Check it out below.

As well as taking in an extensive US tour Lord Dying will perform at Phil Anselmo‘s inaugural Housecore Horror Film Fest alongside Pig Destroyer, Down, Repulsion and many others in Austin, Texas this October.

Lord Dying online:

http://www.facebook.com/LordDying
http://lorddying.bandcamp.com/
http://twitter.com/Lorddying
http://instagram.com/lorddying

 

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New Bison B.C streaming

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 17th October 2012 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

In the great Canadian spirit of loss and heart ache, the downer sludge foursome that is Bison B.C. have managed to scourge their rotting brains desperately puking out new psalms of suffering and despair. Akin to a lunatic writing their opus on the bedroom wall with their own shit comes this strange noise from the west coast melting pot of shit and failure; in a country based on terrifying distance and lonesome, stoic suffering. Lovelessness does not portray the death of love or the lack of the same. Rather it attempts to map out the pathetic and desperate pursuit of love, which in itself becomes violent like a cancer, an assault on anything that is good in the world. A heartfelt repulsion towards anything that could bring pleasure, because with happiness we suffer truly – the wanting of more.

With the release of Lovelessness only a week away RevolverMag.com the online home of Revolver Magazine is offering another glimpse into the album with a premiere of a new track. Check out the song Clozapine Dream here.

Brooklyn Vegan is also streaming the track Last and First Things here.

Bison B.C. worked with acclaimed producer Sanford Parker at Soma and Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago to record Lovelessness. Parker is best known for his work with bands such as Yob, Pelican, Rwake, Yakuza, Nachtmystium, Zoroaster, Unearthly Trance, and more. Needless to say, Parker is more than qualified to put-to-tape the raw, furious energy that is Bison B.C.

Lovelessness track listing is as followed:
1. An Old Friend
2. Anxiety Puke / Lovelessness
3. Last and First Things
4. Blood Music
5. Clozapine Dream
6. Finally Asleep

Bison B.C Line-up
James Farwell: Guitar/Vocals
Dan And: Guitar/Vocals
Masa Anzai: Bass
Matt Wood: Drums