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Our Place of Worship is Silence – With Inexorable Suffering (Already Out of Space)

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Our Place of Worship is Silence – With Inexorable Suffering (Already Out of Space)

  You know when the band's name and album title have taken up nearly your entire post title and take more than a minute to write it's not going to be good. It just reeks of that sticky, foul kind of pretentiousness that ruins far too many bands. Note to those who dare tread this path, if […]

Inisans – Transition (F It Metal)

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Inisans – Transition (F It Metal)

  I have no idea what in the world Inisans means, and I don't care. Don't bother searching, either, because nothing will help you, trust me. I have skills man, don't bother I did it already. So I don't care, there's no reason to care, and Google can F off about asking me whether I meant […]

Morgengrau – Blood Oracle (Out of Ideas Metal)

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Morgengrau – Blood Oracle (Out of Ideas Metal)

  Death metal. What else can one say about it? Nothing really, unless the genre learns to move along, and some bands have done that for sure. But far too many are stuck still doing the old thing. Rickety, crotchety, drooling. The old school style, with new production, is that what it takes? What solace […]

Ghastly – Death Velour (Finnish Death Metal Tho)

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Ghastly – Death Velour (Finnish Death Metal Tho)

Man that Finnish death metal sound. How I forgot! How I could go on about it forever, though this is only the second band in memory I liked from Finland. Out of any country plugging the death metal hole till bursting, Sweden is the one that consistently gets the attention. Not because it's all so good, […]

VAHRZAW – Husk (Like Warsaw But Less Metal)

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VAHRZAW – Husk (Like Warsaw But Less Metal)

Good one guys, going with the spelling variant on a Slavic city, in this case Warsaw, or at least I assumed that was the idea (I was wrong). And since just everyone is talking about it, let's consider for a second that scray [sic] art by the oh-so-great Luciana Nedelea, whose work you've probably encountered quite a […]

Ilsa – Corpse Fortress (Antifa But Not Nazi Metal)

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Ilsa – Corpse Fortress (Antifa But Not Nazi Metal)

You know I can't remember the last time I heard of a band coming from Washington DC I really cared about. I can't remember the last promo I received from any band in the area. The place always seemed a musical pit of despair, at least the last time I wandered the streets. All I […]

The Grotesquery – The Lupine Anathema (Big Words For Werewolves)

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The Grotesquery – The Lupine Anathema (Big Words For Werewolves)

I'm trying to think of the last time I experienced werewolves and death metal coming together for a love child. Maybe it never happened, but I feel like it had to at some point. Well, if not, or if it did and I forgot, time for some new memories. The members of The Grotesquery are separated […]

Slugdge – Esoteric Malacology (Don’t Trick Me Please)

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Slugdge – Esoteric Malacology (Don’t Trick Me Please)

I've got a great idea for a horror film title, get this: When Things Get Pretentious. It's only going to scare true underground junkies (autocrats if you forgot the term), but it will be absolutely terrifying. You are about to witness, a film, about how the best and most cutting-edge of sounds can become, horribly pompous. That can […]

Worship khost – Metallic Pummeling Rituals

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Worship khost – Metallic Pummeling Rituals

When I started to figure out how to better handle this site and submissions, part of that process was creating a feature called "Worship," which is part interview, but also more. I also consider a particular band's most recent release, which is going to be something I score at the highest tier of the Deaf […]

Petrification – Hollow of the Void (Petrified Trees Metal)

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Petrification – Hollow of the Void (Petrified Trees Metal)

It's that time of year where I just need a little bit of this. Mainly because I hate poplar trees, see there's one outside of my house and I just want to chop it the hell down. A tree joke? I'm not sure the band thought so hard about their name, see. The process of trees turning […]