First up, we have a new video from Slayer. Get the backstory behind the prison riot from the “Repentless” video in this even-gorier follow up for “You Against You.” Just don’t say we didn’t warn you — this gets bloody!
Rapper Mr. Lif returns with “World Renown,” the lead single off his album Don’t Look Down (Did that just rhyme? It totally did) available April 15 via Mello Music Group. His first album since 2009, the single features fellow rapper Del The Funky Homosapien as both artists bounce bars off each other to the backdrop of an old-school Hip Hop beat. This track will definitely have you head-bopping right into the weekend.
And last, but certainly not least, Rogue Wave returns after a three-year hiatus with their single “California Bride.” Their sixth studio album Delusions of Grand Fur will be out April 29 on Easy Sound Recording, and if their single is any indication of what’s to follow, we can’t wait to hear more! With its melodic guitar lines, driving rhythms and somber yet poppy lyrics, “California Bride” proves that this album will be worth the wait.
And that rounds up some of our picks for The Orchard’s releases this week!
Slayer: “You Against You” video premiere via Rolling Stone
Repentless out now via Nuclear Blast
Savak: “Reaction” track premiere via Brooklyn Vegan
Best Of Luck In Future Endeavors out May 27 via Comedy Minus One
Fruit Bats: “From A Soon To Be Ghost Town” track stream via KEXP
Absolute Loser out May 13 via East Sound Recording Co.
Mr. Lif: “World Renown” track premiere via Stereogum
Don’t Look Down out April 15 via Mello Music Group
Rogue Wave: “California Bride” track premiere via Noisey
Delusions of Grand Fur out April 29 on Easy Sound Recording
Orchestra Of Spheres: “Trapdoors” track premiere via UnderTheRadar
Brothers And Sisters Of The Black Lagoon out May 13 on Fire Records
TOKiMONSTA: “Giving Up (feat. Jonny Pierce)” track stream via KCRW
Fovere out now on Brainfeeder
Eerie Wanda: “I Am Over Here” video stream via Brooklyn Vegan
Hum out not via Beyond Records
Sarah Neufeld: “We’ve Got A Lot” video stream via Noisey
The Ridge out now via Paper Bag Records
NO ZU: “Spirit Beat” video stream via VF
Afterlife out now via Chapter Music