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If Minsk and Portal had a baby in a swamp that was then raised on a desert in outer space, “Terraforming” would be it in sonic presentation.read more
Untempered heaviness meets beauty and melody at every turn.read more
This is truly classic prog at its finest, without a mistake or bad direction, either musically or lyrically.read more
Every time you think you are feeling the musical groove, they go in the opposite direction, to coerce both shock and elation at where it leads you.read more
It invades your mind with the concept of a shapeless cosmic entity representing the pinnacle of technological advancement and seeking to take control of all atomic matter in the universe.read more
…the stoner anthems very much speak for themselves as the music kicks as much ass as humanly possible.read more
The first track Occultivation smacks you in the face with speed and almost excessive aggression.read more
This EP…is feral, dangerous, and destroys you before you know it.read more
Check out the new Pestilent Age track!read more
Through six tracks running just shy of an hour, the band weaves a complex web of dread and discovery.read more
The conclusion that we must come to is that there is a new genre, just simply called Cripper.read more
A creeping horror roams throughout your psyche as you listen.read more
Rage and Frustration Extreme Music Reviews & Interviews Band – Leucosis Album – Liminal Country of Origin – USA Genre – Black Metal Release Date – September 1st, 2017 Label – Sentient Ruin Laboratories Author – Hayduke X...read more
The album starts with some incredibly filthy blackened death metal with vicious guitar riffs, blasting, and yeti growl vocals, then drifts into ambient noise, including samples on one track.read more
They are carving a niche on the same progressive back metal mountain that Oranssi Pazuzu and Cormorant make their home, a place both rugged and majestic, and a place richly deserved by this project.read more
The Word As Law is an existential romp through my teens and early 20’s.read more
…both tracks are excellent examples of ways to approach modern black metal with a throw back attitude.read more
The overall effect of this relatively brief release is devastation.read more
This album is anything but boring, with the many tempo changes, and raw energy, it’s absolutely punishing.read more
To The Concrete Drifts, much like all of the work by Detroit based Fell Ruin, is a complex and difficult album.read more