You know how some people say “all metal is just noise”? Well our friends in Fawn Limbs are back and they really embrace the noise. Harm Remissions is full of complete chaos that is sure to give you nightmares.Read More
Thy Art Is Murder has been a staple in modern deathcore for the past decade. With songs like “Whore To a Chainsaw” “Reign of Darkness” and now “Human Target”, it’s easy to see why TAIM has been under a microscope. Check out this review and see what we think!Read More
Fast and relentless should be this bands motto. Because that is exactly what this record is. Combining the usual grindcore speed with the intensity of Brutal Death Metal, this record shows this band is nothing to fuck with. Read on to find out more!Read More
Consecration are back with their brand new record “Fragilium”. They are also our first ever repeat review.
“If you walk into the fenlands at sunset, leaving the last house at your back, you will follow a road that slowly dwindles to a footpath as the sky darkens and the shadows lengthen. With a cutting wind always in your face, bringing tears to your eyes, you'll reach a place where the path finally peters out to nothing. There is no light but the stars and the horizon is as empty and distant as it was many cold miles ago. The only discernible features of this desolate landscape are the gnarled, stunted, wind sculpted trees that skulk like warped spiders, poised to attack when you turn your back. It's a place with no name but loneliness, where all the sorrows in the world gather to cry their laments to the endless sky; and the sound of their song is the sound of Consecration...”Read More
This is the second time we’ve had the pleasure of reviewing the band Inherence. Inherence are from Sao Paulo, Brazil & play a brutal blend of Deathcore / Hardcore / Death Metal & this EP is the follow up to their self released debut album "Dogma" & their first official release since joining 1054 Records.Read More
“With a balanced split emphasis on crushing brutal death metal, massive heavy grooves, and technical/progressive death metal, the group’s unique sound and songwriting style reaches new heights on their upcoming self-titled album along with the group introducing a new experimental and atmospheric side to their approach utilizing a series of interlude pieces woven throughout the album from guest musian Machine Moon (Matthew Jaime).”Read More
Hailing from Portland, Oregon is prog death metal band The Odious. The album opens up with Type O Negative-esque introduction of doomy, prog ambience with “Scape.” Vesica Piscis is more technical than just straight across the board progressive death metal. You can hear their unique style really come out on tracks like “Arbiter of Taste” and “Misuse and Misalignment.” I definitely hear some Primus influence on “Repugnant.”Read More
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
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
The real Inertia strives to serve the Dark Lord by creating sounds meant to penetrate boundaries, expectations, and your girlfriends’ panties.
But really, they are three dudes who love metal in (almost) all its forms. Beginning in A.D. 2015, Inertia came together out of boredom and frustration with no real goal aside from shredding their own faces and making their ears bleed.
As time goes on, they continue to try and challenge themselves without killing each other or scaring people away. To this day they consider themselves marginally successful at these goals.
The real Inertia is not a Christian band. Hail Satan. #nosuchthingasdarkrock
Try and keep up.Read More