6 best new songs right now: 10/22/21

Here has Revolver, we’re always on the lookout for new songs to bang our heads on – indeed, that’s a big part of our job. With that in mind, here are the tracks released this week in death metal, sasscore, industrial and more that have been in strong rotation at Revolver HQ. For your listening pleasure, we’ve also compiled the songs into an ever-growing Spotify playlist.

Arch Enemy Video – Deceiver, Deceiver (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Arch Enemy – “Deceiver, Deceiver”
Arch Enemy’s first new song in four years picks up where the Swedish melodeath titans left off. “Deceiver, Deceiver” is a freight train screaming with blast beats, a sparkling guitar solo and Alissa White-Gluz’s titanium-reinforced screams that sound like never before.

Boy Harsher Video – Tour (Official audio)

Boy Harsher – “Tour”
As the weather cools and night arrives earlier, Boy Harsher is back with a spooky darkwave melody to match the mood. “Tower” is a slow-builder who swings a John Carpenter synth line over a scorching vibe until it merges into a messy puddle of harassed screams and loud squalls.

Video of SeeYouSpaceCowboy "The end of a brief moment of lasting intimacy" (Official video clip)

SeeYouSpaceCowboy – “The end of a brief moment of lasting intimacy”
The sassy, ​​spastic breed of metalcore that SeeYouSpaceCowboy channeled on their first tracks was always a degree of separation from the mall screamo with pierced lips with nose hooks, so the San Diego band tried out “The End to a Brief Moment of. Lasting Intimacy. ” Singer Connie Sgarbossa alternates between hoarse howls and loud whispers, as her bandmates set up cleans that are reminiscent of Underoath’s most eye-catching moments. It works.


HEALTH x Poppy – “Dead Flowers”
If HEALTH has proven anything over the past couple of years, it’s that they can bang anyone – from Nine Inch Nails to 100 guys. Their latest collaboration is with equally chameleon Poppy, and “Dead Flowers” ​​strikes a happy medium between their two sounds by using silent intensity instead of pure sonic force. Then Poppy lets that cry rip.

Mastodon video – Sickle and Peace (Official audio)

Mastodon – “The sickle and the peace”
Mastodon’s music has always performed best when digested as full albums rather than individual songs, and their upcoming double LP is no different. That said, “Sickle and Peace” is a hell of a song, with a progressive twirling lick and emotional vocal performance from Troy Sanders exploding into a heavy frenzy during the hook. As a bonus, the fuzz sound of this guitar solo is no less than supreme.

Video of Itty Bitty Pieces

200 stab wounds – “Itty Bitty Pieces”
If your band is called 200 Stab Wounds, then you can’t put a foot in it, and these Ohio bad-boys have no problem throwing their entire bodies into the bloody gallows of brutal death metal. “Itty Bitty Pieces”, the latest taste of their upcoming debut, Slave with a scalpel, sits somewhere between jaw-dropping slam, zombie metal hardcore, and good gore shaped death metal.

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