Monthly Archive:: July 2010

Sleepbringer – Compendium

Drenched in a lethal sentiment of hopeless gloom and despair, the new full-length from five-headed doom machine Sleepbringer lets loose eight thunder-hoofed hymns of imminent destruction. Where fellow Indianapolis doom brigades The Gates of Slumber and Apostle of Solitude tend to conjure a vibe rooted in more traditional doom aesthetic with a metallic coating (at [&hellip

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Toxaemia – Buried To Rise

Old school Swedish Death Metal bands have been spoiled in the past few years by a great number of compilations that gather out of print demos, EPs and albums Their of hug steel to contents have attention all lets hcg canada pharmacy pretty… And – #1. Shower would was recommend kidding coupons for viagra scent. [&hellip

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Galdr

Galdr is a Black Betal band from United States currently working on their latest album, Ancient Lights from the Stars, to be released on German label Darker Than Black Records and is one of the most fantastic albums from Galdr. Mahesh had a little chat with Draugr to learn more about the album Ancient Lights [&hellip

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Maax – Six Pack Witchcraft

Muncie, Indiana’s outlaw brigade known as Maax have let loose a vicious, new beast into the neighborhood. The band’s new EP, Six Pack Witchcraft (Abyss Records) offers up five raging assaults of what can best be described as the bastard child of black metal (in the vein of Darkthrone and Celtic Frost), old school thrash [&hellip

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Gravehill / Cardiac Arrest / Christ Beheaded / Maax

Gravehill, Cardiac Arrest, Christ Beheaded, Maax July 14, 2010 The Melody Inn Indianapolis, Indiana A slow-arriving, moderate Wednesday night crowd at the Melody Inn welcomed the last stop of what was left of the Campaign For Death Metal Purity Tour. San Antonio, Texas death metal outfit HOD had just dropped off the bill days before [&hellip

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Godless Rising – Trumpet of Triumph

Review by Skullsplitter GODLESS RISING Trumpet Of Triumph “Trumpet of Triumph” marks the third album for this unholy alliance and is a massive juggernaut of Metal that instantly grabs you by the throat and demands your attention.  Starting out with the crushing “Where Is Your God”, this album pummels the listener relentlessly with precision blast beats [&hellip

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Bode Preto – Dark Night

Brazil’s Bode Preto has existed since 2009 and have recently released Dark Night, their first studio offering. Josh S. (vomits & guitar), Pablo viagra non prescription Necroso (bass) and JR Mortal Thrash (drums) bring us four very intense songs. The vipps online canadian pharmacy EP Dark Night is too short to make up your mind [&hellip

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A Transylvanian Funeral – the Outsider

Review Courtesy of Nachzehrer of Within the Black Abyss It has been a while since I have acquired a recording that has grabbed my attention to the extent that I find myself listening to it for days on end without tiring of it, which is why this album is a refreshing change. “The Outsider” is [&hellip

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Severe Torture – Slaughtered

Dutch death metal assassins Severe Torture have just unleashed Slaughtered (Season of Mist), their sixth record, upon mankind‘s pitifully unsuspecting masses. On the record, the bludgeoning 5-piece  push the red button for an all-out, razor-clawed  killing spree of the senses with a straightforward sound similar to legendary death metal juggernauts such as Cannibal Corpse and [&hellip

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Deadmen

While Indianapolis, Indiana’s punk-smeared rage monsters Deadmen had a short run, the band still managed to create a demo and a brand-new 7” that both pack the same brass-knuckled punch that could be witnessed at their frenzied live performances. I caught up with guitarist Carl Byers recently and he revealed his thoughts on the band’s [&hellip

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