The band recently re-recorded their seminal 1998 album because the original lacked the sonic depth and pure metal aggression they were going for.
The band's spastic, demented, synth-heavy sound encapsulates all the insanity that is 2015.
Listen to "Cruciform" nice and loud while you browse WWI chemical warfare photos on Google. You can almost smell the fire and brimstone.
"I Fall in Love Too Easily" is a slow, nostalgic tune that'll make you pine for summer while you sit in bed wiping pizza grease on your duvet and watching Netflix.
There are two physical bodies in this video, and they're both attractive and fun to watch together – it's like porn without the underlying cultural guilt. The song's not half bad, either.
The band is a supergroup with two members of the Blood Brothers, two members of the Locust, and Nick Zinner from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
"Drink for Free" is an exclusive, unreleased track recorded during the Portland band's sessions for their new album, The Failure. It's equal parts Northwest indie rock and desert twang.
Need proof that guitar rock still has some life in it?
Nacho and production duo Black Sky Black Death just sent us their fourth collaborative album, and they sound sicker than ever.
The video features prominent African American men and women like Robert Glasper, Fab 5 Freddy, Feminista Jones, Ray Angry of the Roots holding up handwritten protest messages.
"Bedside Manor" harkens back to a time when emo was less about eyeliner and more about large-hearted Midwestern boys wearing plaid and carrying their keys on carabiners.
Put it on while you clean your room and pretend you're in the final scene of a Darren Aronofsky movie.