Mutoid Man released a demo version of the track "Bandages" off their sophomore studio album, War Moans, on bandcamp for 'Bandcamp Friday'. 100% of the proceeds go to the artist. Listen HERE
Check out Nick’s bundle for the Sargent House raffle to support various BLM related organizations. Entry fee is $10 and entry is unlimited. The raffle ends July 15th, 2020 Donate and win: HERE
– Leave Them All Behind 2018 Japan tour T-Shirt / size youth large
– Mutoid Man "War Moans" - Test Press
– Mutioid Man "Helium Head" - Japanese CD version released by Daymare Recordings.
Stephen Brodsky (Mutoid Man, Cave In, Old Man Gloom), Ben Koller (Mutoid Man, Converge, All Pigs Must Die), Ben Hutcherson (Khemmis and Glacial Tomb), Mitch Wells (Thou), Jordan Olds aka Gwarsenio Hall & "Weird Al" Vira cover Weird Al's "Dare to be Stupid" on 2M2LN's new series, 'Bedroom Covers'.
"We got a bunch of musicians to cover our favorite Weird Al song from the comfort of their own bedrooms (and Ben's practice space.) We started filming parts of this song in January with plans and demos laid out for a series of bedrooms covers to come; completely unaware of the oncoming pandemic. Now, with so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we're going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at www.honorableswords.com" – 2M2LN
#16. MUTOID MAN – War Moans (2017): Side-projects and supergroups are, more often than not, overhyped and overrated, but members of Cave In and Converge proved this notion completely wrong when they came together to form Mutoid Man in 2012. While the trio’s debut EP Helium Head (2013) and first LP Bleeder are both fantastic, the 2017 sophomore album is where Mutoid Man expressed itself to the fullest. By far the best album of that year, and one of the finest of this decade, the incredibly intense and unabatedly insane War Moans is impossible to categorize into any existing sub-genre and simply defines Mutoin Man as its own unique sound.
Full feature on Metal Assault
Stephen Brodsky shares some of his current favorite music with Evil Greed. Check out the playlist on Spotify: https://sptfy.com/d68r
Includes tracks from Flower Travellin' Band, Russian Circles, Emma Ruth Rundle, Yob, Lingua Ignota, JoniMitchellcom, Mdou Moctar, Wear Your Wounds, ZOZOBRA, Torche and more.
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Brooklyn supergroup Mutoid Man have done something many metal fans might have considered unlikely: they’ve made speed metal important. Rather than fall back on traditional anthems about breaking laws and chasing strange, the trio pen delicious, riveting tunes about addiction, depression, and keeping your head together. 2017’s War Moans proved to us that a band can be traditional and ridiculous while grabbing us by the heartstrings.
Authenticity is at the core of everything Brooklyn Brewery undertake. Created by the team at Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Sound is providing music fans with an insight into the musical subcultures that are thriving in NYC and the sounds that fuel them, alongside a platform for the leading protagonists to perform. 2018 saw Brooklyn Sounds tours with Ho99o9, Lightning Bolt and Chk! Chk! Chk!, this year the team is once again gearing up to host another series of explosive one-off shows.
Championing New York’s thriving music scene by providing key players with the means to tour in style. Orange Amps will be powering the back-line, the tour bus fueled up ready, a fridge full of cold beer and tour route mapped. Note that customised Brooklyn x Orange Crush Pro guitar amps wll remain in-house, providing parnering venues and the touring axe slingers that will grace their stages with the amplification fit for rock and roll royalty.
That is why Clash jumped at the opportunity to join forces. For the first tour of 2019, we are going to dive head first into a sonic assault of frantic, ferocious, no-frills metalcore with MUTOID MAN.Read more
MUTOID MAN are the goofy kind of band, the one who makes appearances on the Two Minutes to Late Night web show, performing Tom Jones covers in the subway or any other song while being dressed weirdly. Anyway, NYC’s shredding punks prove to have some strong, anthemic songwriting skills on top of their highly infectious rowdiness. We can’t help grinning when hearing the interwoven lyrics of “Kiss of Death” while headbanging all along — the trio’s records hold a decent amount of catchy treasures like this one. With such seasoned musicians, Mutoid Man kick our asses and crush all eardrums with a high-octane performance that gets everyone in the mood for the night. On drums, Chris Maggio is filling in nicely for Ben Koller (to whom we’re wishing a swift recovery).
Mutoid Man will be back in the UK in April for a few intimate shows presented by The Brooklyn Brewery. Tickets on sale Feb 22. More info here brooklynbrewerypresents.com/brooklynsound/uk/mutoid-man // mutoidman.com
APR 17 Newcastle, UK @ The Cluny 2
APR 18 Glasgow, UK @ Broadcast
APR 20 Manchester, UK @ Soup Kitchen
APR 21 London, UK @ The Black Heart
kick off proceedings to a modest crowd, happy to have the few in front of them they launch into one of the most brutal and visceral performances Norn Iron has witnessed in a very long time. By the end of the 1st song the few were many and the many were in awe! This trio laid down and gargantuan sounding soundtrack that shook you from the ground up, possibly the loudest gig in the Ulster Hall since the hayday’s of Motorhead, these guys played like they were headlining banging out killer riff after killer riff and winning over the Belfast crowd with each and every single track. Their first three tracks were over in a flash, a gnarly and savage sound pummels the crowd below whilst Mutoid Man throw out a performance as if it were from the depths of hell. Both guitarist and bassist are adorned in Flying V’s wailing away as they give each other the finger, an epic start to a hefty and riff-tastic evenings entertainment.Read more