Since they erupted onto the Brutal Death scene with Sunken Chambers of Nephilim in 2010, and releasing Misery in 2014, they have quickly solidified themselves heavyweights in a sea of brutal death metal bands. Take their heavy sound combined with their intense onstage presence, its easy to see why. The Decaying Light releases July 12th via Unique Leader Records.Read More
Post Mortal Possession is a brutal death metal band from Pittsburgh, PA. Formed in 2013, its members consist of Brian Cremeens (guitar), Jake "Sewage" McMullen (guitar), Tim Church (bass), Jake "Munson" Nelson (current vocals), Ed Gremba (2013-2016) and Nick Bentzel (drums), all of which originated from the Pittsburgh metal scene, playing in countless former local projects. Post Mortal Possession combines the influencing sounds of Necrophagist, Deicide, Decapitated, Gorgasm, Dimmu Borgir, among others, taking from a broader range to create a sound not fixated in one specific niche, which the band has successfully accomplished. They have played shows and shared the stage with Vital Remains, Deicide, Obituary, Gruesome, Rivers of Nihil, Goatwhore, Fallujah, Allegeon, Incantation, Black Crown Initiate, Iniquitous Deeds, Defeated Sanity, Iniquitous Deeds, Vale of Pnath, Kamikabe, Psycroptic, Dark Sermon, Cattle Decapitation and in addition the best and most respected among the Pittsburgh and surrounding regions artists.Read More
Have you ever wonder what men who want nothing but to destroy everything, listen to? Its a record that has to do with things like the complete absence of light, life, and is full of nothing but pure unadulterated hatred for human kind. That’s exactly what Kill Everything offer with their debut ep Scorched Earth”. It was recorded with Russell Hollar at Russell Hollar Music. Kill Everything is made up of former members of the crushing band Devourment. If you are a fan of any sort of underground brutal metal, Scorched Earth should absolutely be on your list of things to listen to.Read More
Where the hell do I begin with this. It’s so heavy and so good, that I was left speechless the first time I heard this record.
Have you ever wondered how many different ways there are to kill a person? There are simple ways like just bludgeoning someone. But there are darker, more evil and complex ways to slaughter. The epitome of evil incarnate is offered with ‘Slaughter Monolith’ by Abhorrent Deformity. Each member of the band offers something to this absolute masterpiece. From Jason Keating’s seven string barrage on the guitar, to Mark De Gruchy’s monstorous evil mid ranged vocals. Check out why this record is a true masterpiece, and why its on its own level.Read More