The album cover alone makes me feel paranoid, not to mention confused and slightly panicked, and this is before I’ve even pressed play. Continue reading “11Paranoias – Reliquary for a Dreamed of World (Review)”
Black Tomb appear to have congealed out of some dank, dark tar pit with the express purpose of creating bleak, filthy doom metal.
Think of Electric Wizard if they were a Continue reading “Black Tomb – Black Tomb (Review)”
Okay, well, this is gloriously fucked up. In under five minutes Bliss Tech reveals itself to be a chaotic and anarchic blend of powerviolence, electronics and digital hardcore. Continue reading “Limbs Bin – Bliss Tech (Review)”
Featuring members of Intravenous Contamination, this is brutal death metal that somewhat combines the USDM style, (Suffocation, Deeds of Flesh, Dying Fetus), with a touch of an Aborted flavour in places. It’s brutal, it slams, and it’s a jolly good listen. Continue reading “Pighead – Until All Flesh Decays (Review)”
As one of the leading lights in the hardcore/mathcore/whatever scene, Ion Dissonance’s new album certainly has a lot of expectations attached to it. Of course, as you would expect, the band Continue reading “Ion Dissonance – Cast the First Stone (Review)”
2013’s Void Mother was one of my favourite albums of that year. Fast forward 3 years and my anticipation for Epitaphs is at fever pitch.
Obscure Sphinx are one of those oh-so-rare bands that are very definitely leaders and not followers. How they haven’t been Continue reading “Obscure Sphinx – Epitaphs (Review)”
Sometimes you just know you have to review a release that you come across purely due to the album artwork alone; this is one such release. The cover just grabbed my attention straight away, so I knew I had to listen and absorb the musical contents as soon as I could. Continue reading “Boreworm – Entomophobia (Review)”
Waldgeflüster’s fourth full-length release Ruinen is an atmospheric post-black metal album that just keeps on delivering the goods. As with a lot of the best albums, the more you listen to it the more you get drawn into it. It’s a lengthy release, but one that earns its playing time by having so much engaging content. Ruinen invites the listener into its dark depths and only fully reveals its many treasures with repeated spins.
Band founder Winterherz walked me through how the band started and where they’re at today…
Introduce us to Waldgeflüster!
Featuring atmospheric black metal with a nature theme and plenty of use of acoustic guitars, Ovnev’s debut album is confident and assured from the start.
Cycle of Survival is filled with Continue reading “Ovnev – Cycle of Survival (Review)”