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head bobbing majesty mixed with lazy grooves and lyrical hooksread more
Humanity’s End are continuing a legacy of great death metal. Get on it!read more
The victim was basically alive whilst being eaten to death. Curious? Read on!read more
Exalter have captured the pure essence of what thrash is all about.read more
False Flag ring forth from the tiny speakers with a visceral honesty that can be hard to find.read more
…these are six minutes well worth your time.read more
The depths of nightmares are plumbed to find the visual template upon which this sonic blasphemy is drawn.read more
Luna de Sangre, released at the tail end of 2017, shows Mammon developing their own sound, staking their own ground.read more
Something wicked this way comes!read more
You’ll want to strike that match.read more
your Chuck Taylors scream for your attention as you sway to the lazy beatread more
Mixing operatic vocals, huge synth layers, and face melting guitar shreddingread more
sparse musical composition and blasts of some of the dirtiest, grittiest guitar riffs east of the Gulf of Bothnia.read more
Hayduke presents his 50 favorite releases from 2017.read more
The riffs on this release are simply mind blowing, palm muted crunchiness of the kind that gets your head nodding along nicelyread more
Hopefully with such a fierce love of doing what they do more will follow soon.read more
Rage and Frustration Heavy Metal Reviews and Interviews Band – Morta Skuld Album – Wounds Deeper Than Time Country of Origin – USA Genre – Death Metal Release Date – February 17th, 2017 Label – Peaceville Records Author – The...read more
Death metal fans, and those interested in new releases should check them out.read more
Together, they form a dense coagulation of strangled purpose, pushing the vicious black metal in the direction of discordant black metal. The result is all-encompassing, destructive beauty.read more
Though beautiful at points, Last Bastion of Cowardice is never a comfortable listen, nor should it be. That wouldn’t be Northless.read more