Since their formation in 2010, Singularity has continually shown themselves to be a forward-thinking act, one with a bold vision built on fusing technical death metal and symphonic black metal together in a myriad of ways. Bombastic and brutal, Place of Chains exists as a unique crossover between worlds, in doing so, Singularity has delivered a powerful album that will surely be ranked among as one of 2019's best death metal releases. Further enhancing the quality of Place of Chains is a bevy of high profile guest spots from Inferi guitarist Malcolm Pugh adding further orchestration throughout the album, a song co-written by Equipoise guitarist Nick Padovani plus a guest solo, as well as guest vocals from Arkaik vocalist Jared Christianson and Animus Complex vocalist Jeremy Davis.Read More
“Unburnt - Arcane Evolution is a scorching and eclectic slab of death metal with a bit of something for everyone between black metal influenced elements, heavy neck-snapping modern death metal underpinnings, infectious melodies, and driven by a perfect balance between driving riffs and spidery lead work. Inspired by bands such as The Black Dahlia Murder, Veil of Maya, Dimmu Borgir, and Whitechapel, Unburnt covers a wide range of sounds fused together in a memorable fashion all their own.”Read More
The Curse of Millhaven derive their name from the eclectic Australian singer/songwriter Nick Cave's song "The Curse of Millhaven." formed in 2012, the band has pushed through 3 albums without a single lineup change, (which is seemingly impossible in this day and age) and arrives in 2019 with their 3rd album "Thresholds", a pummeling concrete slab of death metal.Read More
Requiem for Mankind is the third album by Memoriam (a mix of Bolt Thrower and Benediction). Death metal is probably my favorite sub genre right now and it hasn’t seen too many releases this year. Death metal fans like to keep it traditional and old school,Read More
In a kingdom of grotesqueries the most twisted wears the crown and rules his cruel world from a palace of atrocities. Within the walls of tortured, living flesh, monsters feast on innocents and the rivalries of lunatics are played out in tableaus of blood. Amongst it all there is one who dances for the demons, who mocks the mad men and tells tales of unhinged hilarity for the psychopaths. One who tumbles through the gore, turning cartwheels in the crimson filth, laughing all the while. Corpsefucking Art are this demented, juggling jester in the court of the insane king...Read More
After putting out their debut “Surpassing the Boundaries of Human Suffering “ in 2009, the band quickly became known as one of the most savage bands in the UK. Using things like super punishing breakdowns, guttural vocals, and blazing guitar riffs. After they released "The Architect Of Extinction” in 2015, they seemed to have finally found their sound. With the release of “The Level Above Human”, they definitely have perfected it.
If you have been trying to find a good record in their catalog to get you into their music, this is definitely the place to start.Read More
Dimmu Borgir is a Symphonic Black Metal band, that formed in Oslo, Norway, back in 1993. The name is derived from Dimmuborgir, a volcanic formation somewhere in Iceland. The name itself means “dark cities” in old Icelandic. In the many years since their original formation, there have been many line up changes, with guitarist Silenoz and vocalist Shagrath being the only original members. Including “Eonian”, they have released 10 Albums and 1 live dvd.
After quite a few delays, Dimmu Borgir released “Eonian” May 4, 2018, through Nuclear Blast. It was originally met with mixed reviews. What do i think? Read on and find out!Read More