Rising Boston metallic hardcore outfit Vein have unveiled "Doomtech," another slamming cut off their debut album errorzone, due out later this month via Closed Casket Activities. As with the previously revealed tracks "Virus://Vibrance" and "Demise Automation," it's a gnarled, unwieldy pit-starter that imbues the band's established, über-intricate math-metal palette with industrial ambience. At the same time, it finds the Bostonites holding themselves to a higher-level dynamic standard, tempering their usual madness with eerie, down-tempo interludes à la Deftones.
Arriving June 22nd, errorzone marks the follow-up to last year's EP Self Destruct. It was engineered by Will Putney (Body Count, Harm's Way, Knocked Loose). Shortly after dropping the release, Vein will hit the road with Code Orange and Twitching Tongues for a North American tour. Check out the full itinerary here, and don't miss our in-depth profile on the genre-busting band.