Thursday, February 14, 2013


Decibel Magazine presents the premiere of "A River's Mouth", a track off Globe and Beast's forthcoming debut album, Grandfather's Axe.

From San Diego, Globe and Beast churn out anthemic hardcore, shrouded in gloom. Decibel's Kevin Stewart-Panko compares the band to the Rorschach/Deadguy/Kiss It Goodbye family tree and bestows these words upon the debut album: "Noisy, sinewy, mathy, violent, metallic hardcore with heart and soul, wrapped in tire irons and dipped in battery acid."

Grandfather's Axe was recorded by Alex Estrada at The Earth Capital (Touche Amore, Xibalba) and mastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering (Crazy Spirit, Perdition). The album sees a vinyl/digital release on March 19 via Melotov Records, home to new upcoming releases by The Banner, Vices, and more.

Look for Globe and Beast on tour soon.