Monthly Archive:: March 2012

Godhunter

Godhunter just released a five song EP a few months ago titled ‘Wolves’. Tell us about this release! – We recorded the EP back in September of 2011 up in Phoenix with Ryan Butler at Arcane Digital Recordings. He’s recorded a lot of bands that we love, like Misery Index, Exhumed and Phobia, along with [&hellip

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Roto Visage – La Coquille et le Clergyman

Commissioned by Transflux films, Roto Visage has endeavored to create a new score for classic French surrealist/expressionist/nihilist film “La Coquille et le Clergyman” (The Seashell and the Clergyman), based upon the writing of troubled playwright Antonin Artaud (who was a huge influence on Roger Watkins, director of “Last House on Dead End Street”, who was a [&hellip

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Soluthus – Ritual of the Horned Skull

Soluthus contacted me a while back about a potential review for their EP, Ritual of the Horned Skull, and it’s been in my “commonly played” pile for weeks and now I can finally get the damn review done. Soluthus are yet another underground doom death metal band to emerge from the frozen depths of the [&hellip

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Methra – Methra

Tucson sludgesters Methra return with 5 tracks of thick-as-a-brick misanthropy on this self-titled EP. Although the album offers little in terms of cover art and liner notes, the four piece makes up for this slight with clear production and menacing atmosphere to please fans of bluesy dirges everywhere. The most prominent feature of this release [&hellip

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Strikemaster – Vicious Nightmare

Leave it to the Riddick brothers to come up with a baddass label and cover art!!!! The latest CD from Metal Hit are serious spine snappers Strikemaster! No fucking joke, Strikemaster is not for the weak so if you have any sort of heart condition, anxiety or seizure disorder or are scared of acquiring one [&hellip

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Lord Mantis – Pervertor

“No tears, please. It’s a waste of good suffering.” – Pinhead, Hellraiser Ladies and gentlemen, I ask you…have you ever seen the face of a true nightmare? Ever stared, wide-eyed and scared senseless at something so goddamn, unforgivingly gruesome that its cold, pale fingers dug their way deep into your quivering brain forever? Ever been [&hellip

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Ancient VVisdom – A Godlike Inferno (reissue)

Whoever coined the age-old saying, “Evil comes in many forms.”, hit the nail squarely on its head. When it comes to music, the unholy influence of Old Scratch can manifest in about a billion blasphemous ways. Throughout the bloodstained history of extreme music, legendary bands like Slayer, Danzig and pre-career flop Morbid Angel have all [&hellip

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Abazagorath – Abazagorath

Here’s a USBM band that carries the black flame of traditional black metal, full of darkness, melody, and stormy atmospheres like an official occult Olympic Torch out from the depths of somewhere unknown for the last five years to reap new violent metal glories with their S/T EP. Unlike their prior slaughtering releases ( I [&hellip

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Nattfog – Mustan Auringon Riitti

Hammer of Hate strikes again with a strong Finnish black metal debut by Nattfog. Maybe it’s my personal bias toward Finnish black metal, but I somehow knew that I’d like this one before even giving it a listen and yet it still impaled with its melodic Nordic warrior spirit and raw but refined black metal [&hellip

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Wall of the Eyeless – Through Emptiness

It is always canadian pharmacy in michigan very interesting to review a demo…sometimes they surprise and most of the times they disappoint but Wall of the Eyeless seems to be a bit different. Their four track demo ‘’Through Emptiness’’ is a focused one, with a lot of acoustic guitar intro. This Russian/Swedish duo buy generic [&hellip

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