The best way to start the week is with new music! We’ve piled them up for your listening pleasure, the best tracks released the last few days in metal, gothic, electronic, punk, hardcore and every other related underground music with female vocals. There’s also a Spotify playlist from Vokills with those songs which will be updated each week.
Midas Fall – Evaporate
In April of this year Midas Fall, the Scottish duo comprised of Elizabeth Heaton and Rowan Burn — will release their fourth studio offering, Evaporate. The ethereal post-rock outfit combines elements of electronica, post-rock and alternative rock with gothic undertones to create shimmering soundscapes led by the melancholic vocals of Elizabeth Heaton.
Midas Fall’s Evaporate will be released worldwide by Monotreme Records on April 27th on CD and digital formats, as well as a limited pressing of 500 LPs on 180-gram vinyl (200 black and 300 clear blue/black).
Order Evaporate HERE
Rolo Tomassi – Aftermath
With the new album Time Will Die and Love Will Bury It progressive mathcore band Rolo Tomassi developed a more melodic sound. Three years after the release of their fourth record Grievances, the band is now back and explored new influences and spend more time on recording the vocals than ever before. The results are really good vocal harmonies that add a whole new layer to the music of Rolo Tomassi.
Order Time Will Die and Love Will Bury It HERE
Svalbard – Unpaid Intern
Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole. One of the world’s northernmost inhabited areas, it’s known for its rugged, remote terrain of glaciers and frozen tundra sheltering polar bears, Svalbard reindeer and Arctic foxes. Svalbard is also the name for the UK based hardcore/post black metal outfit who is going to release It’s Hard To Have Hope via Holy Roar Records on May 25th. Unsettling, melodic and angry music, I like it!
Order It’s Hard To Have Hope HERE
Queen Kwong – One Lung
Queen Kwong has released a video for a new track One Lung. The song will appear on the Carre Callaway-fronted project’s upcoming album Love Me To Death which will launch on April 13 via Edison Sound. Although the music of Queen Kwong might not be loud in the traditional way, it certainly has an primal punch.
Order Love Me To Death HERE
Black Moth – Sisters of the Stone
Black Moth’s new album Anatomical Venus is out March 2, via Candlelight Records. Formed out of the ashes of garage rock band The Bacchae, Black Moth started in 2010 with their brand of stoner and is now ready to release it’s third full-length. 10 track of mammoth riffing and occult-ish rock vocals is what you get. Excellent stuff and recommended.
Order Anatomical Venus HERE