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It’s definitely something that feels organic… This album is a rollercoaster.
It is with great excitement that we get to present to you an exclusive premiere track of Rise From Embers, a compilation release entitled Summoned by Shadows of Michigan black metal band Wind of the Black Mountains. The full album is being released on January 31st by...
Band - Leeched Album - To Dull The Blades Of Your Abuse Country of Origin - United Kingdom Genre - Crust/Hardcore Release Date - January 31, 2020 Label - Prosthetic Records Author - JDecker Beginning with a few seconds worth of some of the most uncomfortably...
Though there are highs and lows throughout the album, moments of aggression, and moments of introspection,…
…the truth is that In Lingua Mortua sounds more like a journey to an imaginary soundtrack made by King Crimson, Emperor, Mayhem, Insahn and John Zorn all playing together in ensemble mode.
Massive and sprawling, yet somehow tightly connected through the kinetics of the music, Never Return Again is journey through the cosmos that is equally a journey through the psyche of the listener.
The Top 50 release of 2019 according to Hayduke X.
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.
Hails to The Order Ov The Black Arts, MoshPitNation, and any readers gracious enough to spend time reading what will follow. 2019 has been a hell of a year for extreme metal, and these are my top 57 picks of the year. There’s a hierarchy here, but only by tier......
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
support women in death metal and buy this record
The trio masterfully uses a wide variety of punk rock influences in a varied yet cohesive way. The riffing is strong, whether uplifting, aggressive, or dissonant (all of which appear). The rhythm section moves things along with a solidity that builds the foundation for the message.
an authentic and powerful feeling which allows for the 11 skilfully crafted tracks to develop their own personality.
“John Suede is wrong. He’s also the weakest link in his own band.”
the grooves are as sweet as the grasses sticky with dew and as beautifully structured as the trees anticipating the toss of their crisping leaves.
Rating – 12/5. Rating – 3/5 How can there be two ratings? Read and find out.
congruent with the classic era of northeast noisecore
an album to get lost in with its echoing soundscapes laden with flaring visions of traipsing through ochre-hued wastelands.
aggressive and high-precision aspects of extreme metal with infectious and anthemic choruses that border on AOR levels of sweet melodicism
Jump right in to the bizarre devastation that is Whelmed, then read on below the link to see how my views compare to yours.
speedy, melodic, aggressive, and concise tunes that are catchy as all-get-out.