1. Intro / Dawn of Chaoscratic Tyrrany 04:21 2. Bringers of Extermination 03:49 3. Abyss of Lust, Chaos & Death 03:04 4. Curse of the Phosgene Fog 03:21 5. Devastating Radioactive Torments 03:52 6. Holocaust Summoning of Nuclear Storm 04:10 7. ...Of Atomic Orgies & Demoniac Elements 03:23 8. Demiurge of Thermonuclear Damnation 03:12 9. Teratogenesis of Doom 03:33 10. The Return of Bestial Vomit 02:33
Track Listings : 1. At Night They Rise from Below the Earth 11:16 2. Barbarian Assault 04:05 3. A Wickedness Came Upon Them 06:56 4. Curse of the Voodoo Priest 05:01 5. Winged Messenger of Doom 04:23 6. Onward to the Bloodfields 07:12 7. Caravan of Plague Bearers 04:49 8. Whisky Demon 03:11 9. Baphomet (Angel Witch cover) 04:52 10. Throne of Bones 05:03 11. In the Court of Severe Judgement 10:41
Total playing time 01:07:27
Definitely a required listen for anyone who likes early Fleshcrawl, Disembowelment, or doom/death in general.
This is one of the catchier albums I've listened to from this year; these guys play black metal, just melodic enough to suck in those that aren't quite acquainted with the genre. The melodic tremelo picking kinda reminds me of Amon Amarth's "Once Sent In The Golden Hall" so if you liked that one, pick this shit up!
Mmmmm.....what we have here is a bubblin' cauldron full of thick, meaty death sprinkled with fuzzed-out, heavy-as-fuck doom, swimming in a gravy laced with 70's psychedelic insanity. Add to this mix a whopping side-order of old-school horror straight outta the classic EC comics era and you've got one of the most entertaining releases of 2008.
01. Day Nineteen: Fucking Viva 02. Day Twenty Eight: Targets 03. Day Twenty Six: Angles Anonymous in Transit 04. Day Twenty Nine: Reincarnation of Lost Lones 05. Day Twenty Five: Guignol Serene 06. Day Twenty: Flesh and Below 07. Day Twenty Four: Gutterbomb Heaven on the Grid 08. Day Twenty Three: Invertopia / Day Thirty: Class Warmth 09. Day Twenty One: Roam / Day Twenty Two: Absent Civilians 10. Day Thirty One: Mission Convincers
This New Hampshire hardcore band hasn't been around for long. In fact, they transfered to Deathwish Inc. in late 2007. And with that they gained the quality of being instantly memorable, something they never quite accomplished before. The band's ability to blend the intense d-beat grindcore of earlier recordings with inventive, slower-paced tracks all while maintaining high levels of abrasiveness and emotion makes Seizures in Barren Praise their finest record to date. This is without a doubt one of the year's best.
Ohhhhhh, here it comes. Incantation have apparently dug up something rotten that has been long lost to the darkness this time. Blasphemous Cremation contains a recording of six "rough" tracks off of Onward To Golgotha. So let's talk about production and style on these tracks because many of you are probably thinking "eh, I already have Onward To Golgotha so I'm gonna skip this one" well, think again because Incantation have slowed things down a notch and the production has a grumbling/booming bassy feel to it combining to give a listening experience that (in my opinion) goes a step beyond what Onward had to offer. This EP has had such an effect on me that I feel it can sum up what death metal in its' entirety has to offer; it's just a perfect example of death metal at its' finest.
1) Seeking the Prophets 2) Reflection, And Endless Behaviour 3) As Long As I Have Myself, I Am Not Alone 4) The Culling 5) Introspection and the Loss of Denial 6) Conferring With Demons 7) As If A Rose I Wither 8) Interlude with Reason 9) A Cry To The Perilous Sun 10) Prelude to Ruin 11) Dismantling an Empire
Order of Ennead is one of many new artists this year. Named after the nine beings that supposedly created the universe and gave intelligence to mankind, this new band plays a unique style of blackened death metal. The music has the black metal atmosphere, vocals, and riffage and death metal drumming. However, there is one thing that stands out: the technical and melodic soloing of John Li and Kevin Quirion, which sounds like a cross between tech death and melodeath, yet manages to be neither soulless nor too Gothenburg-ish. This album is easily one of the best released this year.
1. The Challenge 04:12 2. In the Trash 04:50 3. Terror Squad 05:50 4. Let There be Sin 03:55 5. Hunger and Greed 05:06 6. Therapy 04:09 7. At War with Science 07:14 8. Decapitation of Deviants 04:40
Total playing time 39:56
Fine old school thrash from Denmark. Artillery manage to be a little bit technical and remain heavy and catchy. More so on this album than on their debut. If you don't know this band, you're in for a good 40 minutes of headbanging.
1.) ABIGAIL WILLIAMS - IN THE SHADOW OF 1000 SUNS (CANDLELIGHT) ***Deathcore/Black Metal New York City, NY, USA http://www.myspace.com/abigailwilliams
2.) AGATHODAIMON - BLACKEN THE ANGEL REISSUE/CHAPTER III REISSUE/HIGHER ART OF REBELLION REISSUE/SERPENT'S EMBRACE REISSUE (METAL MIND) ***Gothic Metal Mainz, Germany http://www.myspace.com/agathodaimon
3.) ARTILLERY - TERROR SQUAD REISSUE (METAL MIND) ***Thrash Metal Taastrup, Denmark http://www.myspace.com/artillerythrashmetal
It's no surprise that Enslaved has changed their from viking black metal sound to progressive metal over the years. Vertebrae, the band's newest release, finds a perfect spot between the two genres. The album has black metal riffage and vocals and although it lacks viking lyrics, it manages to create the viking atmosphere excellently. On the prog side, it sounds like the guys have been listening to a lot of Pink Floyd lately. Both the keyboards and the clean vocals have a sound quite similar to that of the prog rock gods.
1. The Face of My Innocence 05:33 2. Maddening Disdain 03:30 3. Seven Whispers Fell Silent 03:46 4. Return 04:42 5. Worship Depraved 03:02 6. Carnal Ways to Recreate the Heart 04:52 7. Dust and Guilt 04:25 8. Elegant and Perverse 02:23 9. The Sadistic Motives Behind Bereavement Letters 04:25 10. Looking to Nothing 03:22 11. Wholly Night 04:20
Total playing time 44:20
This is without a doubt the best album Arsis have put out to date. Thrashy, technical melodic death metal. If you know Arsis and never heard this you might end up with a different point of view regarding this awesome band. Tracks 5,6 and 7 are my favorite, and probably the best Arsis songs. Enjoy.
Not so long ago, I knew absolutely nothing about black metal and held similar views to many I’ve seen around the group “lack of variation, production sounds like it was recorded in a tin can, boring riffs, ect.” Well, and then I gave “Blood Libels” a spin and it surprised the hell out of me how this genre so misunderstood by myself can be so awesome and extreme. Blood Libels remains just as crushing now that I’ve dabbled in a good deal of black metal and understand the sound being conveyed. I recommend this album to ANYONE that has a taste for extreme music, whether they like black metal or not.
Sadistic Intent is a death metal band from California that has been a staple of the underground since 1987. This is a compilation that contains the "Ancient Black Earth" EP (tracks 1 - 3), the "Resurrection" EP (tracks 6 - 11), and three covers (Slayer, Possessed, Celtic Frost). For fans of Possessed, Morbid Angel, The Chasm, Mortem, Pentacle, Venom, (early) Bathory, (early) Sepultura, Kreator, Sacrifice (can), Slaughter, etc. etc. If you like any of those bands, then Sadistic Intent is definitely right up your alley. Along with Mortem, The Chasm, Arghoslent, Necros Christos, and Pentacle, they have been one of the only death metal bands still around who have been able to recreate the sound and atmosphere of death metal in a unique way that is still heavily indebted to, and has not lost touch with, the true ancient spirit of the music.
1) Bondage Goat Zombie 2) Stigma Diabolicum 3) Armageddon's Raid 4) Justine: Soaked in Blood 5) Sexditator Lucifer 6) Shred For Sathan 7) Chronicles of Crime 8) The Sukkubus Lustrate 9) Der Rutenmarsch
Belphegor is known for mixing blackened death metal with rediculously Satanic and horny lyrics. Here's their latest album, Bondage Goat Zombie. As you can see, I'm still feeling too lazy to actually write a review. Just make sure you go crazy when track 5 comes on.
1. "Oroborus" - 5:21 2. "Toxic Garbage Island" - 4:06 3. "A Sight to Behold" - 5:09 4. "Yama's Messengers" - 4:03 5. "The Silver Cord" - 2:31 6. "All the Tears" - 3:41 7. "Adoration for None" - 6:19 8. "The Art of Dying" - 9:54 9. "Esoteric Surgery" - 5:44 10. "Vacuity" - 4:51 11. "Wolf Down the Earth" - 6:25 12. "The Way of All Flesh" - 17:03
Again, this is some really heavy progressive death metal. These french metalheads didn't fail to deliver after 3 years. Their 4th studio album drifts a little from their early stuff but still punchy, riffy, with good rhythms and lyrics to go along. Again, this band isn't about any guitar noodling or brutal blast beats, their arrangements are wicked good but without going over the top. Simple techniques and bone crushing drum beats make you wanna headbang infinitely. Enjoy!
Download link : http://www.mediafire.com/?ticnm0by5gw
1) Finnis Fatalis Spei 2) Declaration 3) Orange County Blonde and Blue 4) Germany 5) There Was A Flood 6) French Inquisition 7) Reborn From Isolation 8) Death Anxiety 9) The Loving Memory of England 10) Beneath the Grey 11) Sellers Market 12) Sister Charlatan
Tonight we dine in Hell!
What's this? Metalcore? Maybe you want to read the group description again...Anyway, as most regulars in the group would know, Bleeding Through is a huge guilty pleasure of mine. Call me a n00b, but I was hopefully waiting for this album ever since I heard the news earlier this year. Fortunately, Bleeding Through did not disappoint. Declaration is heavier, darker, and more atmospheric than the band's previous two albums. And if that's not enough, "Finnis Fatalis Spei" contains a sample from 300.
01. Shouting Fire At A Funeral 02. Opulent Maelstrom 03. Jato Unit 04. Azure Haze 05. Cashmere Shiv 06. Race Against Disaster 07. Sacristy 08. Devil Theory 09. Miles of Machines 10. Departure
This is progressive instrumental melotech-thrash (I know), and it doesn't get any better. Crazy blistering leads, time signatures and flavorful arrangements with some breath taking melodies make this a must for all instrumental metal fans. Jeff Loomis might just be one of the best metal guitarists out there today. Enjoy responsibly.
This group is open to EVERYONE who can appreciate good metal. Thrash/Speed, Grindcore, Black, Progressive, Death, Folk, Symphonic, Deathcore, Melodic, Metalcore, Satanic, Power, Doom, Industrial, Sludge/Stoner, Technical, and even Christian Metal are all welcomed in this group.
All genres are welcomed, but that doesn't mean you can join in and type things like MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE !! YAYYY!!. Keep in mind that people have different tastes and opinions, and that regulars and more experienced listeners will always point you in the right direction. Unfortunately, nu-metal, screamo, mallcore and corporate music --on top of all the legit genres-- all fall under "metal", and metalheads can be all kinds of people with all sorts of musical preferences. Keep discussions relevant and an open mind.
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