First impression – the album art is amazing.
Featuring just two songs and lasting under 13 minutes, Vacivus use the time wisely to show off their dark brand of blackened death metal.
Rising up from the underground like some forgotten demigod of war and malevolent slaughter, the music of Vacivus is shrouded in a filthy blackened aura that coats the music like a Continue reading
Are you in the market for some fast, melodic, cutting death metal? Well look no further! Continue reading
With a strong melodic streak, Global Chaos mixes death and black metal together across 41 minutes. Continue reading
Featuring a member of Gehenna, this is 48 minutes of blackened death metal that’s not for the weak of disposition or persons easily upset.
Listening to Temple of the Adversarial Fire is the aural equivalent of witnessing something you probably shouldn’t. The entire thing reeks of dark, baleful rituals that are probably better left unaired. Continue reading
Do you fancy a bit of old-school death metal that’s been infested with a Scandinavian black metal influence? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
With a firm, strong sound that avoids Continue reading
Dense and murky, it’s immediately obvious to anyone with any hearing left after the band begin their assault that this is not music for the average metal fan.
This is the darkest and ugliest of death metal that’s Continue reading
It seems like their previous album, Exilium, was only released last year, but no; it was actually 2014. So here we are now, with another 46 minutes of their dark and malevolent brand of blackened death.
First off, let’s state the obvious – Haeresis is the sound of a confident and professional band at the height of their game. This is blatantly apparent from the start. Continue reading
Veilburner have produced a monster of an album. This is 60 minutes of blackened death metal, filtered through a corrupted lens of experimental dissonance and pseudo-industrial undertones.
In a way it’s difficult to separate the disparate influences at play in Continue reading
Boasting a nice solid sound, Morte deliver 37 minutes of metal that combines elements of both death and black metal.
Speed and serpentine riffs easily come to the band it Continue reading