Wargore – Between Evil and Death (Review)

WargoreWargore are a Brazilian death metal band and this is their debut EP.

Here’s a fresh young band that seem to exist purely to worship the old-school metal gods. And why not? If Between Evil and Death is any indication, this is no bad thing. Continue reading

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Come Back from the Dead – Caro Data Vermibus (Review)

Come Back from the DeadCome Back from the Dead are a Spanish death metal band and this is their latest EP.

This is old-school death metal played in the best of ways – filthy, nasty, and full of darkness. Caro Data Vermibus offers us 16 minutes of this ugliness. Continue reading

Dirtyprotest – Hellstorm (Review)

DirtyprotestDirtyprotest are an Irish death metal band and this is their debut album.

Essentially a one-man band with a main guest singer, (and some additional ones too), Hellstorm offers up 35 minutes of classic death metal. It’s old-school and has a predilection for the Swedish style – what’s not to like? Continue reading

Dawn of Disease – Ascension Gate (Review)

Dawn of DiseaseDawn of Disease are a death metal band and this is their fourth album.

I wasn’t expecting a new Dawn of Disease album so soon after last year’s enjoyable Worship the Grave, but I’m certainly not complaining about it. Continue reading

Satanic – Architecture of Chaos (Review)

SatanicSatanic are a Canadian death/thrash metal band and this is their debut album.

Satanic play death metal mixed with thrash. The death metal side of the band’s style takes care of the aggression, while the thrash metal side concerns itself with spiky riffs and lightning guitar solos.

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Beneath – Ephemeris (Review)

BeneathBeneath are an Icelandic death metal band and this is their third album.

2014’s The Barren Throne was an album that stuck out with its brutal and precise delivery, yet also demonstrated the band’s use of subtle melody and nuanced riffing on occasion. Continue reading