Album Review: For over two decades, Sweden's Cult Of Luna have delivered an increasingly ambitious sound. The Long Road North is huge and filled with emotion. @cultofluna @metalbladerecords
Album Review. Mortuary Drape return with their new studio EP Wisdom - Vibration - Repent. The album is an impressive successor to 2014s full-length Spiritual Independence. @mortuarydrapeofficial @peacevillerecords
Black Altar and Vulture Lord well-paired on Dethiah Manifesto. Polish Black Metallers Black Altar and Norwegian Black/Thrash Vulture Lord add four tracks each. @blackaltarband #VultureLord @odiumrecords
Four years after the release of their debut album FMKD, Greek four-piece Death 'n' Rollers Kemerov are back with another aural assault, Anti-Hero. Anti-Hero is such an in your face and addictive listen it's guaranteed to drop kick you into next week! @kemerov_gr
Muhammed Mêlki is back with his wonderfully fluid meld of Metal, releasing The Golden Age, a superbly head spinning and enthralling listen. Definitely worth your attention if you enjoy something a little more adventurous in your Metal. @broodofhatred
REVIEW: Burned In Effigy weave a sublime meld of classical and progressive elements into their tracks. The result makes their debut full length, Rex Mortem, a stunning and essential listen. @burned_in_effigy
Chilean Black/Death Metal duo Chaos Perversion are set to unleash their debut EP, Petrified Against the Emanation, upon the unsuspecting world. @sentientruin @death_total
With no album from "legendary garden machinery obsessed Thrash/Crossover titans" Lawnmower Deth since '93s Billy, all that is about to change with Blunt Cutters @lawnmowerdeth_pete @dissonance_productions
Texan extreme Death Metal machine Abolishment Of Flesh have been working steadily towards this debut full length for the best part of a decade, weathering multiple line-up changes, dropping an EP back in 2012 and now finally delivering 'The Inhuman Condition', and what a brutal face ripper it is.
A lot of bands could learn from this album. @nihility_official
2021 may not have been the year we have hoped for, but in terms of quality studio releases, musicians across the genres of Punk and Metal have turned adversity into triumph.
1998 saw the first and only release of new material from Canadian Death Metal outfit Decerebration. Now, just over two decades on, and they are finally back with the new release, Follow The Scars, and it's a delightfully brutal and engaging offering.
Ethereal Shroud was originally formed back in 2013 by Joseph Hawker as a way to anonymously test the waters with the sound he wished to perfect, his slant on Atmospheric Black Metal,...