How do you feel like about listening to some super skilful, modern and sophisticated mixture of Death, Tech and Thrash all played at breakneck speed?
On the surface, “The Divine Harm” is a solid Blackened Death Metal album, with all of the genre trademarks clearly in place. Tremolo picking, blast
2020 sucks if you’re into anything other than Death Metal. I mean seriously the amount of good albums coming out so far this year
“In the beginning Shapeless was the world Stasis violently crashed into existence. Transformation of bodies Split the earth from sky
It’s not often to find a band that both elitists and ‘normie’s’ (if you take exception to this word then maybe you’re a poser) enjoy.
Our good friends over at Vargheist Records have seen fit to be absolutely fucking awesome and give away a heap of Bandcamp copies of the
The stars have aligned and the gods have spoken as Testament have returned with the “Titans of Creation” to back them. I, for one, have
Even if one restricts oneself to Metal, and, by the way, DON’T! There’s so much good music out there that one can hardly be blamed
Engutturalment “good luck pronouncing our flipping band name” Cephaloslamectomy have released their debut album, “Glam Not Slam.” If you haven’t guessed yet, these guys are
Even a casual listener of Death Metal has a pretty good idea what music in Hell might sound like. The walls covered with nailed on
Meddlefan loves his Death Metal, so who better to have a chat with Hal Microutsicos, the legend behind New Jersey based one man Death Metal
Meddlefan took some time out lately from his busy interviewing schedule to do another interview, fancy that hey! Who’d of thunk it! Today’s recipient of
Sightless Pit is a glorious trio of Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota), Lee Buford (The Body), and Dylan Walker (Full of Hell). Together they have conjured