Hekatomb is a one man band brought to us by the vocalist of Marduk.
Hold on tight, because Hekatomb is a whirlwind of savage destruction and creative intensity. Continue reading
Mixing old and new influences from the metalcore and hardcore scenes, this is a savage and heavy collection of songs, despite being enhanced by some more accessible parts here and there. Continue reading
Featuring 35 minutes of 90s-styled old-school death metal, Eroded have produced a worthy and enjoyable album here. With war metal influences, (musically, if not thematically), and a Scandinavian veneer, Necropath is Hellishly good fun.
Now that’s a death metal album cover. I could look at the artwork for this for ages. Continue reading
Skogen play a mix of black metal and folk, producing an atmospheric and charismatic take on the style. Continue reading
If you’re unfamiliar with Råttkung’s output, I would point you in the direction of Dark Is the Beginning, Unborn Undead, and Metamorphosis, all of which showcase the project’s musical proclivities and progression well. Continue reading
Here we have 23 minutes of tar-thick and pitch-black sludge. God, it’s great to get completely covered in something as filthy and grimy as this now and again. Continue reading