00:49 - Redn1ght Like, I mean more build up stress from shit you've gone through. :P
00:40 - mz yeah I def need to workout. I'm planning to start that tbh, but I must of depressed people I've seen did not have stress. Maybe it's just me, but stress actually activates you, while depression makes you passive
00:37 - Redn1ght Depression is usually caused by some form of stress. You still should go do some workout, it releases endorphins so yeah. It would be beneficial.
00:35 - mz there is no stress at all in my life, honestly.
Deafheaven fans had to wait two years for the follow-up to the band's last album Sunbather but the wait is over today. While you can only get your hands on the new opus New Bermuda next Friday (October 2nd via ANTI Records), as of now you can stream the entire piece at this location. Enjoy some blackgaze courtesy of Deafheaven.
Deafheaven continue to let out new material from the impending 5-track record New Bermuda. If you are curious about the successor of Sunbather, you can't miss the new track "Come Back". It is a long piece much like the previous tune "Brought To The Water". So, you can give it a try below.
A new Deafheaven song is upon us. The San Francisco quintet has premiered a 9-minute track today called "Brought To The Water" that will appear on New Bermuda, their impending new opus. It's the track that opens the album and according to frontman George Clarke "it gives a good idea of the overall sonic tone of the record." Enjoy it via SoundCloud now here!
Californian metallers Deafheaven will tour North America this fall in support of their forthcoming album, New Bermuda, which will be out on October 2nd via Anti Records. Support will be provided by Swedes Tribulation and Japanese metal band Envy (on select dates). The complete list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
In a one minute teaser, short and to the point, San Francisco-located experimental metal band Deafheaven announced the release of their third full-length album, New Bermuda, due out October 2nd through Anti Records.
Deafheaven released their latest album Sunbather almost two years ago but their third record is in the works. It seems that the San Francisco shoegaze band is currently in the studio for the recording process. The album is expected this year according to some teases from the band.
American shoegaze black metallers Deafheaven have just released a brand new track called "From The Kettle Onto The Coil". You can listen and download it for free on Adult Swim. Alternatively, check the song out through the Soundcloud player below. Enjoy!
Deafheaven just closed out a North American tour last weekend and are ready to announce even more tour dates around the world for this spring and summer. It will be a busy next few months. Beginning in May, Deafheaven will tour Southeast Asia and Japan, followed by appearances at various European festivals. Upon returning the States, the Americans will play Governor's Ball in NYC and subsequently kick off a headlining tour across the United States with Pallbearer and Wreck & Reference in tow.
American shoegaze black metallers Deafheaven have begun streaming their second album, Sunbather, which can be heard in full at this location in advance of its release. The album is set to be released on June 11th via Deathwish Inc. just before the start of their headlining tour.
The moment Deafheaven enthusiasts have been waiting for has arrived. The band has just released the first song off their new album Sunbather and you can finally listen to some of the band's new material. Stream the new nine-minute song "Dream House", the opening track of the opus, at this location and see what the band has to offer after Roads To Judah.
San Francisco based shoegaze black metallers Deafheaven have released an almost 8 minute long preview for their forthcoming album Sunbather which is due to be released on June 11th, 2013 via Deathwish Inc. Check out the studio teaser with new sounds below.
Shoegaze black metallers Deafheaven have announced the release date of their sophomore album, Sunbather, which is June 11th, 2013 via Deathwish Inc. Also, the brand new album cover artwork and tracklist can be viewed below along with the band's upcoming tour dates.
A whole bunch of news from the Deafheaven house. The band announced via Tumblr that they are re-releasing their 2010 demo, entitled Demo on a limited 12" LP. The band also stated that they are working on a follow-up to their 2011 release, Roads To Judah.