Bursting onto the scene in 2018 with their very well received first EP “The Interstice”, they are making their Label debut with God Hand. I saw them live for the first time earlier this year, and they are crushing it.Read More
Organectomy are due to release their sophomore album ‘Existential Disconnect’ June 21.
"Recording took place over December of 2018 and January of 2019 starting with our newest member Mr. Levi Sheehan tracking Drums at The Armoury Recording Studio in Wellington, New Zealand with the help of a fantastic engineer named Troy Kelly. Sam, Tyler and Ashton once again collaborated with producer Miguel Tereso (Demigod Recordings) to create our huge sounding Guitar and Bass tones. Finally, Mr. Alex Paul laid down his relentless vocals with the help of our two guest features which we are very excited to unveil. The album is once again being mixed and mastered by the amazing Miguel Tereso of Demigod Recordings."
Slam Kings Ingested are back with a short follow up to their successful record, The Level Above Human. Call of The Void has the band bring back some of their signature sound. But expanding and experimenting with more atmospheric elements.Read More
Dremora (also known as "The Kyn") are a warlike Daedric race primarily associated with the Daedric Prince of Destruction, Mehrunes Dagon; although they are often found in the service of other Daedra lords. They are commonly encountered throughout the planes of Oblivion. These guys are insanely heavy and definitely channel the Evil that are the Daedra.Read More
For a band that has only been around for just under two years, Aberrant Construct has come out of the gate swinging. With their debut EP “Silience”, it leaves you already wanting more from the band. Check out here and let us (and the band) know what you think!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
The group was founded in 2001 by the twin brothers Mats and Martin Funderud ( RIP ). Having played previously in hardcore and black metal projects together, the brothers seeked out for a heavier project. Their original idea for a band name was "Cranium", but having seen that this band name was used several times before, they desired to innovate the word and spelling for it. The word "kranium" is Norwegian for "skull" and is pronounced the exact same as "cranium" in English. The band's first demo was self-pressed and released in 2002. Their early sound heard on this demo was inspired heavily by grindcore and deathgrind acts. Over the years since, more slams have been included. Thus making them one of original slam metal bands.
With their first release since the tragic passing of their original vocalist Martin Funderud, come check out to she how they carried on and continued to keep it brutal.Read More
Gutterals here. Gutterals there. Gutterals everywhere! Hollow Prophet and SCUMFUCK are here to bring you some of the heaviest slams any band has ever made. What started as a small side project for members of heavyweight bands such as Slaughter to Prevail, Shadow of Intent, Within Destruction, and Acrania. quickly grew into a force that this slamming deathcore scene needed.Read More
It’s been a while since I’ve heard a super solid cover of a heavy song. Come see if Signs of Omnicide do this classic any justice.Read More