the end ot the 10’s and the beginning of the 20’s should be taken as an opportunity to reflect on where we came from and re-evaluate where we’re going.
Think classic Sepaltura, Exodus, or Slayer.
We caught up with Child Bite singer and graphic artist Shawn Knight a few days after the release party for their new album, Blow Off the Omens for a Moshpit Nation exclusive
an enthusiastic reminder of how we dealt with fascism and demagogery the last time they tried to take over the world.
It is heartwrenching, empathy inducing, and uplifting as fuck,
an album to give a jolt of life to what’s left of these dreary November days
Cloud Rat’s first LP in four years is worth every bit of the wait
Some things are forgettable,Ghost shows are anything but that.
support women in death metal and buy this record
an authentic and powerful feeling which allows for the 11 skilfully crafted tracks to develop their own personality.