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Black Mass – Feast of the Forbidden Tree (Blackened “The Metal”)

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Black Mass – Feast of the Forbidden Tree (Blackened “The Metal”)

  Oooo here’s a nice one. I likea me some thrash of the more violent type, but there’s more to this than that. And, to be honest, I thought Black Mass was going to be some power metal RPG bullshit about barbarians stealing your women but it ended up being sickened blackened old school thrash […]

Morbid Breath – In the Hand of the Reaper (Fooking Death Thrash)

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Morbid Breath – In the Hand of the Reaper (Fooking Death Thrash)

  Oh yeah we got some death thrash here with fooking dragons, fooking castles, fooking crumbling stairs, fooking medieval torture devices, fooking lightning, and yeah even a fooking grim reaper crowning all of it with a fooking scythe. And being that Morbid Breath is also from fooking Sweden, you can anticipate that In the Hand […]

Kryptik Mutation – Pulle from the Pit (Clearly Brutal Death Metal)

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Kryptik Mutation – Pulle from the Pit (Clearly Brutal Death Metal)

  Oh damn we got a monster cover here whooo. Also impalement. Through an eye. Why is this happening and what does it mean? It doesn’t matter, folks, because this is Kryptik Mutation! They’re not here for the sake of clarity, unless you specifically mean brutal death metal with a legible logo. They’re absolutely clear […]

Angel Morgue – In the Morgue of Angels (The Redundant of Blasphemous Death Metal)

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Angel Morgue – In the Morgue of Angels (The Redundant of Blasphemous Death Metal)

  I was trying to figure out why in the hell I enjoyed any bit of this after a few listens in spite of its seemingly redundant approach. I mean just look at that cover. Though cool, it couldn’t possible be more redundant. Titling an album In the Morgue of Angels when you’ve already covered […]

Fleshdriver – Leech (Almost Tiresome Death Metal)

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Fleshdriver – Leech (Almost Tiresome Death Metal)

  Well, here’s a release that almost wears out its welcome but manages to press a smile into your cheeks anyway. Carrying on the tradition of Floridian death metal come Fleshdriver, a drum and guitar tag team that, to date, have but two singles and Leech, a demo, to their name. For lacking bass and […]