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“true Believer” up everywhere now

A few months back we recorded a new song “True Believer” with Kurt Ballou (Converge, GodCity Studio) for Converse Rubber Tracks and MetalSucks.net, which you can now download and stream on our bandcamp, itunes, spotify, and just about damn near everywhere else.

“equal parts post-metal, prog, stoner, psychedelic and sludge. Most importantly, they blend all these seemingly disparate elements into a whole that doesn’t sound the slightest bit scattered; it totally works. So where does that leave us? I don’t even fucking know. How about just “good,” is that enough? The band’s performance on “True Believer…” is their best to date. They sound even tighter and more focused here than they did on their Secret Snakes, Silent Serpent album, which only came out this past January.”

Go get your download on, and come here us play it live February 6th at BSP Kingston with Moon Tooth and It’s Not Night: It’s Space!

New Music! New Album! Pre-Orders! Happy black friday!

Here’s your black friday surprise… we’re happy to announce our new album “Secret Snakes/Silent Serpent” out February 3rd, 2015! Six songs of sonic fury. And you want some new tunes, here you go. Here’s “tyrantosaur” in all it’s promotional glory.

We will be announcing release shows and much more shortly. In the meantime, we have pre-order packages with exclusive merch for the album available now in our merch store!

New Song “Five Day Death” Available Now on METALSUCKS.NET!

It’s here! MetalSucks.net “NYC Sucks” Compilation- featuring the brand-new, exclusive Dead Empires song “Five Day Death” (Not to mention tunes by the best NY metal bands)! The song was produced and recorded by the incomprable Rick Birmingham at Tin Roof Sessions Studios in New Paltz!


Here’s what they had to say: “Dead Empires sound like what Cloudkicker could’ve been in an alternate universe in which Ben Sharp was influenced by doomy, stoney High on Fire riffs instead of atmospheric post rock and Meshuggah… with a few extra bong rips thrown in for good measure. The Hudson Valley, NY instrumental three-piece brings it hard on their latest offering Waiting in Waves, and this new, previously unreleased track offers a taste of what’s in store on their soon-to-be-released next effort.”

Download it here–> http://www.metalsucks.net/2014/04/30/free-download-nyc-sucks-volume-4-featuring-best-new-york-citys-metal-scene/

This edition of the compilation also features seven — count ‘em, SEVEN — previously unreleased tracks that are now available to the world for the very first time. The compilation boasts thirteen songs by some of our favorite metal bands from the NYC area, running the gamut of genres from death to tech to prog to grind to black to hardcore to doom and more. We truly feel that this is a great sampling of all that New York’s thriving metal scene has to offer, and we’re beyond proud to be sharing it with you — absolutely, 100% free of charge. why are you still reading this? Go get it!

Download it here–> http://www.metalsucks.net/2014/04/30/free-download-nyc-sucks-volume-4-featuring-best-new-york-citys-metal-scene/

(Don’t forget to download Volume 1Volume 2 and Volume 3 if you haven’t yet.)