This subgenre is the territory of Canadian band Antediluvian. You probably remember their debut full-length, last year's Through the Cervix of Hawaah (Profound Lore). Oh, who am I kidding—odds are you've never heard of them, and I'm sure you couldn't care less. This is a perfectly healthy attitude for you to have. Anyway, Antediluvian put out their first full-length in November, and a handful of people who are almost certainly not you talked about it a lot.
Today's 12 O'Clock Track is "Force of Suns of Adversary" from Antediluvian's new split with countrymen Adversarial, which came out two weeks ago on Nuclear War Now. It's great music for making you want to smash everything you own into tiny pieces and walk away into the wilderness to eat a wild animal. Or be eaten by one.
This is not, I'm aware, a perfectly healthy attitude. But we all have to play the hand we're dealt, you know?
I especially like the bizarre spidery breakdown at 2:23, and how its prickly guitar part keeps going after the song erupts again. There's definitely a relationship between the tempo of the guitar and the tempo of the rest of the band, but it's barely perceptible. The overall impression is of a furiously stampeding mudslide of teeth and offal that's not quite contained by the hastily excavated trench with which the good townspeople hoped to divert it away from the Christian children's home.
This band also has one of the best unreadable logos I've ever seen.
Yep, that says "Antediluvian." Somehow.