GRIDFAILURE: Scream Blast Repeat Hosts Stream Of Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals; EP To See Independent Release Friday

As New York solo outfit GRIDFAILURE prepares to release Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals this Friday, exploratory music outlet Scream Blast Repeat is now hosting the entire EP early. Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals is a new EP created in home quarantine Read More …

GRIDFAILURE To Release Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals Next Week; “Depression Floodgate” Streaming

New York solo outfit GRIDFAILURE presents Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals, a new EP created in home quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, which continues to spiral out of control as the record sees release. Epicenter MMXX: Quarantine Instrumentals sees Read More …

GRIDFAILURE: Echoes And Dust Premieres “Outlander Harvesters” Video; Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Out Now On Nefarious Industries

New York’s GRIDFAILURE has created a video from the outfit’s new album, Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II – the second title in an ongoing five-album concept series – which saw release in June through Nefarious Industries. The video for “Outlander Harvesters” Read More …

GRIDFAILURE: Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Out Now On Nefarious Industries; All Bandcamp Proceeds For June To Benefit Black Lives Matter

New York City-area hostile faction GRIDFAILURE today unveils Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II through Nefarious Industries. All sales from the outfit’s Bandcamp for the entire month of June will be donated to Black Lives Matter. As resources are depleted, so are Read More …

GRIDFAILURE: “Debris Signature” Streaming At Captured Howls; Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Sees Release Next Week Through Nefarious Industries

New York City-area hostile faction GRIDFAILURE will release Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II through Nefarious Industries this Friday. A final precursory warning from the album has been dispatched, as Captured Howls presents the ominous “Debris Signature.” GRIDFAILURE’s Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Read More …

GRIDFAILURE: The Sleeping Shaman Premieres “Wish To Disinvent” Video; Song Features Member Of Deadbird + Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries

The Sleeping Shaman is hosting the video premiere of “Wish To Disinvent,” by New York City-area hostile faction GRIDFAILURE. Joining GRIDFAILURE’s creator David Brenner on the new song are guests Chuck Schaaf (Deadbird, Pinebox), his wife Star, and their children, Read More …

GRIDFAILURE To Release Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Through Nefarious Industries In June; Track Streaming

New York City-area hostile solo outfit/collaborator cult GRIDFAILURE presents its harrowing new opus, Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II. The second album in the five-title concept series will see its initial release on June 5th via Nefarious Industries Containing material spanning GRIDFAILURE’s Read More …

CHROME WAVES and GRIDFAILURE: BrooklynVegan Premieres Covers Of Joy Division And Today Is The Day; Split Album Sees Release Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Midwestern US black/shoegaze outfit CHROME WAVES and New York City-area’s apocalyptic experiment GRIDFAILURE will independently co-release their split album. On the eve of its release, BrooklynVegan is now streaming CHROME WAVES’ Joy Division cover and GRIDFAILURE’s Today Is The Read More …

CHROME WAVES and GRIDFAILURE Tracks Now Playing; Split Album Sees Release Next Week

As Midwestern black/shoegaze outfit CHROME WAVES and New York City-area’s hostile alchemist GRIDFAILURE prepare to independently release their split album next week, new tracks from both artists have been posted at Bandcamp. CHROME WAVES delivers nearly thirty minutes of their Read More …

CHROME WAVES and GRIDFAILURE To Release Split Album In Late March; Artwork, Tour Dates, And More Posted

Midwestern black/shoegaze outfit CHROME WAVES and New York City-area’s GRIDFAILURE have aligned their disheartening musical outlooks on a split album now set for late March release. Alongside the album’s art and details, new live shows from each act, including an Read More …