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Abolishment Of Flesh – Unhuman Condition | MetalTalk

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.

Nihility / Beyond Human Concepts puts the “interesting” back into Death Metal

A lot of bands could learn from this album. @nihility_official

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Decerebration / Follow The Scars brings delightfully brutal positivity out of adversity

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 / Trisagion is Black Metal deep enough to drown in

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,...

Demonstealer / A blindingly good heady meld of Death, Black and Thrash Metal

The man who has made the biggest impact on the Indian Heavy Metal scene is the Metal legend Sahil Makhija, better known as The Demonstealer. He is the mind behind Metal outfit...

Sodom / M-16 anniversary edition is of quite spectacular proportions

October 2001 saw the release of German Thrash legends Sodom's M-16 album, which followed their tradition of politically committed and socio-critical inspired releases, especially 1989's Agent Orange and Code Red in 1999....

Servant / Balancing blackened brutality with subtle symphonics and melody perfectly

Blessed By The Light Of A Thousand Stars, the debut studio release from German Black Metallers Servant, is an album described as “a revelation between rawness and atmosphere.” An apt description. It...

Stillbirth / Strain Of Gods will leave you bruised and bleeding from every orifice

It's time to pull on those board shorts again because those German brutal surf-Death-Metal maniacs Stillbirth are back with another brutal concoction of Death Metal, Grindcore and Deathcore that will leave you...

Astrophobos / Corpus is an engagingly dark Black Metal “cross-disciplinary collaboration”

Swedish Black Metal Band Astrophobos are back with their third full-length studio album Corpus, which goes beyond the idea of just being an album. This time they have created a "cross-disciplinary collaboration...

Mentor / Wolves, Wraiths and Witches and the intersection between occultism and B-horror

Polish Blackened Hardcore Thrashers Mentor return with their third studio album, Wolves, Wraiths and Witches, which, they say, "is a continuation of the fast, hard and uncompromising style delivered on our 2016...

Sarke / Allsighr is an addictive and clever meld of contrasts

Pioneering Norwegian Extreme Metal outfit Sarke may have started out thirteen years ago as a solo project for Khold's drummer Sarke, out of a desire to release his own work, but it...

Zornheym / Anyone into Symphonic Black/Death Metal must listen to their new album

Swedish Black/Death Metal outfit Zornheym return with their latest dramatic musical and narrative-driven concept revolving around the horrors of a mental institution and its prisoners. Four years after their last exposé of...

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