Arabia Mountain standout "Family Tree" is the most recent single from the Mark Ronson-produced effort from the Black Lips to get the video treatment. This time around, it's much more on the NSFW side of things with puking, blood, nudity, crucifixion, guy on guy, and I imagine some animal cruelty somewhere.
Arabia Mountain is available now via Vice Records.
It seems like every other week Atlanta metal group Mastodon releases something new from their upcoming, and hugely anticipated album The Hunter. There's an accompanying video for the blitzing metal blast, but it's mostly just kaleidoscopic light spheres.
Neurosis frontman Scott Kelly also helps out with "Spectrelight," but your guess is good as mine where he is on the track.
Era Extraña, the lastest album from Texas chillwave outfit Neon Indian is available to stream in its entirety over at NPR today. You can grab the album next Tuesday, September 13 over at Alan Palomo's website, via Rough Trade.
Happy Labor day to all those in the U.S. that don't actually have to work today (this guy).
A few weeks ago we heard a 15-second sample of another one of Justice's new tracks "Audio, Video, Disco," the second heard song from the French duo's new album of the same name, due out late next month. Check it out, below.