Brutal Truth Set To Release New Album

End Time Cover Art

Brutal Truth, one of the godfather’s of grindcore, are set to release a new record at the end of the month on Relapse Records. This will be their first release since 2009’s Evolution Through Revolution and their sixth studio album to date. The album is called End Time and you can check out some more information and some tracks from the release by clicking HERE:


Article by Tommy Hemmer

Migrate Music Review: Voice Of Ruin

Voice of Ruin is a metalcore/ deathcore band from Geneva, Switzerland. Earlier this year they released their debut, self titled LP on Heimathome Records. Upon first listening I noticed a number of things: the record is fast, it’s fairly intense, there are lots of hammer-ons and pull-offs, lots of chugs and lots of bass drops. Being that these things are the quintessential elements of deathcore, we then have to see if these elements are utilized in a way that makes the album stand out as a cohesive work and that it brings something to the table that is worth listening to. And, I think that the album definitely does just that. It may use a lot of the older elements of deathcore to the table, but it mixes them with elements more in line with metalcore and brings with it a certain level of melody and groove that can be missing in most contemporary deathcore. I think fans of both genres could enjoy this band and that the musicians are definitely talented. I hope to hear new stuff from them in the future and I’m excited to see how they will grow as musicians. For fans of Despised Icon, Suicide Silence, etc.

You can listen to their music here:

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Article by Tommy Hemmer


Download: Machine Gun Kelly feat. Waka Flaka – “Wild Boy”

Cleveland’s own Machine Gun Kelly has released his first official single from his upcoming album. The song is called “Wild Boy” which might just describe him accurately. Just recently Machine Gun Kelly was arrested for organizing a flash mob at a Cleveland Mall that got out of hand as soon as the rapper showed up. Below is the song…so listen because Migrate Music told you to!

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Download: The Bilinda Butchers – Half Open

Download: The Bilinda Butchers – Half Open 

Our favorite dream pop band, The Bilinda Butchers have just put out a new song titled Half Open. If you have never heard of The Bilinda Butchers before, then you MUST click on the play button up there. Their music is catchy and always leaves you wanting more.

So download this track for FREE by clicking on the download link under the player. I’m sure after you do, you will be listening to this song all day.

Also download their last album Regret, Love, Guilt, Dreams here: (Name Your Price)

Article by Matthew Dickson

Download: M83 – Intro (Feat. Zola Jesus)

Listen: M83 – Intro (Feat. Zola Jesus)

Download: M83 – Intro (Feat. Zola Jesus) 

One of our favorite groups M83 has just released a new song titled Intro with goth-pop artist Zola Jesus. The song is more ambient and darker than their last single Midnight City, but we still dig this new tune. M83’s new album is set to drop on October 18th.

You can add Intro to your collection by clicking on the download link under the music player.

Article by Matthew Dickson

Listen: Surfer Blood – Miranda

Surfer Blood – Miranda

Want some music to dance around in your room with? Here is the perfect track! Introducing to your ears, Miranda by Surfer Blood. Their newest single is off of their E.P. called Tarot Classics which is set to be released on Kanine Records on October 25th.

Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Article by Matthew Dickson

Download: Com Truise – Datebar

Download:Com Truise – Datebar 

Com Truise is at it again. This time he digs a little bit to bring us a song that he has had in his archives for awhile called Datebar. Com Truise just wrapped up playing with Phontogram and The Glitch Mob, and is now set to go on tour with Active Child, Neon Indian, and Purity Ring.

So check out Datebar by clicking on the listen link above, and download it by clicking on the download link.

Article by Matthew Dickson