NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – New Rock and Metal Releases 5-3-24


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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases 5-3-24


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Agriculture Share a New Single “In the House of Angel Flesh” – Double EP Set Coming Soon


As Agriculture prepare for their album release combining two EP’s— featuring their debut release The Circle Chant and their newest EP Living is Easy (pre-order here)— the ecstatic black metal band have shared the latter’s second single “In the House of Angel Flesh.” Listen to it here:
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Supersonic Festival 2024 Books Bonnie “Prince” Billy, The Body and Dis Fig, Emma Ruth Rundle, Agriculture, Øxn, Senyawa, and More


Following a sell-out 20th anniversary edition in 2023, lauded by press, fans and performers alike, Supersonic Festival have been spurred on by last year’s triumphs. Today, they make their initial lineup announcement, offering a weekend of phenomenal experimental and DIY music, welcoming some artists for the first time, as well as the return of festival favourites bringing new work to the stages. Tickets go on sale Friday 1st March  at the links below. Among the first names for the festival Bonnie “Prince” Billy, The Body and Dis Fig, Emma Ruth Rundle Performing “Some Heavy Ocean,” Øxn, Senyawa and more. Continue reading


Agriculture Drop “Living is Easy” Video with New EP Incoming


Black metallers, Agriculture, have just announced the release of their new Living is Easy EP via The Flenser. This news also comes with a music video for the record’s title track. The new EP will be paired with the band’s debut release, The Circle Chant, with both EPs pressed together on a single 12-inch vinyl and cassette format. The double release is due out May 03rd. Head into the article below.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Baroness – Primitive Man – Midwife – Agriculture Live at The UC Theatre 


On a beautiful autumn night we headed out to see one of my favorite bands in one of my favorite Bay Area venues. To readers of this website, no one will be shocked that Baroness is one of my all-time top bands and I hold all their albums in high regard. We recently did a deep dive discography over at the Glacially Musical Pouredcast. I even own an exclusive John Dyer Baizley-made print from the Yellow and Green album era (Relapse Records) that holds a special place in my heart. Needless to say, the 2023 release of the album Stone (Abraxan Hymns) has not left my rotation. Not only was I getting to see one of the best bands to ever do it live, three other killer bands were joining them tonight in Primitive Man, Midwife and Agriculture. The approach of the headline band to have different sets of rotating openers should be a more common practice when possible.  

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