6 best new songs right now: 12/03/21

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 metalcore, shoegaze, death metal 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.

Cult of Luna Video – Cold Burn (Official Video & Gameplay)

Cult of Luna – “Cold Burn”
Cult of Luna’s “Cold Burn” builds on the painful suspense of a disaster movie soundtrack. Swedish post-metal veterans unleash rumbling guitar sustains and robust growls that sound like they’re spouting out from under the earth, and there are several awe-inspiring highlights that keep you engaged for a full 10-minute ride. It’s not easy to pull off, but Cult of Luna makes it seem like a cinch.

Video of HERIOT – Near vision / Enter the flesh [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Heriot – “Near Vision / Enter the Flesh”
Without a hint of hyperbole, Heriot’s music sounds like it’s literally on fire. The new double single from the British heirs to the metalcore throne features guitar sounds that sound like a fire hose spraying gasoline in a burning building, drums that sound like wood shattering and shattering as a result from the heat, and the voice of Debbie Gough that sounds like the trapped victims crying for help inside. Yes, it is literally so intense.

Video of CLOAKROOM – A Force At Play (Official Music Video)

Cloakroom – “A force at stake”
Almost five years after their last LP, Cloakroom finally returns next year with a fresh dose of shoegaze doomy, and “A Force at Play” is a promising taste of what’s to come. With its sparkling keyboard line, fast tempo and graceful vocal melody, “A Force at Play” is possibly their lightest and most melodious song to date. In fact, it sounds like a witty brother to Nothing’s unusually catchy bop “Catch a Fade” – a song that Cloakroom’s Doyle Martin sang and co-wrote with Nothing’s Domenic Palermo. Go figure it out.


Venom Prison – “The Pain of Oizys”
Venom Prison doesn’t just go through the motions on Erebos. The first song we heard from the British death metal band’s fourth LP introduced a bold touch of clear vocals, but “Pain of Oizys” completely flips the script over to their rough, harsh sound. Larissa Stupar uses a wispy croon atop ethereal, clean electronic drums for a placid and eerie sound rather than hammering. There are still a few death metal eruptions and a smoky guitar solo, but Venom Prison sounds pretty darn safe on this one.

Video of Comeback Kid – Crossed feat. Joe Duplantier de Gojira (OFFICIAL MUSICAL VIDEO)

Comeback Kid – “Crossed” (Feat. Joe Duplantier)
For at least the first decade of their careers, Comeback Kid has been doing hardcore with a screaming melodic punk feel, but they’ve spent the last 10 years getting heavier and heavier. Now the Canadian band are at a point where they can invite Gojira’s Joe Duplantier inside for a groovy, clumsy banger, and his stadium-sized metal roar sounds like home among the hammering blackouts and surly voices.

Vatican Video – Decemeta [Official Music Video]

Vatican – “Decemeta”
Vatican is a band that started doing heavy hardcore with a metalcore influence in the early 2000s, much like peers like Knocked Loose and Jesus Piece. However, the Georgia troupe recently got closer to the sound they nailed to “Decemeta” – a two-minute blast of chaotic metalcore leads, glitchy edits, beastly metallic hardcore barks and drum patterns. imposing which are really only a step from the right. until deathcore. It doesn’t seem fair to tag it on any particular subgenre. It just feels heavy.

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