Monthly Archive:: July 2012

Deathhammer

Onward To The Pits by DEATHHAMMER Hails to fucking DEATHHAMMER! Onward to the Pits has been out for a few months now, how are things going for DEATHHAMMER since the album’s release? Sadomancer: Things are good. We are working on our upcoming album and there will be some split-releases coming in the near future so [&hellip

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Spellcraft

Hails to Spellcraft! Your new album, Yersinia Pestis,is out now on Xtreem Music. Tell us about this new full length! Yersinia Pestis is our new album. It was released in May of this year under the Spanish record label Xtreem Music, in my opinion is the best record label in Spain in reference to extreme [&hellip

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Antediluvian / Adversarial Split

About at the same exact time as I went to play this album and start to write this review, a thunder and lightning exhibition began. So whilst I’m sitting in front of my window watching this storm I’ll listen to this new Nuclear War Now! release. A label that has a tendency to mesh well [&hellip

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Vintersorg – Orkan

Only little over a year ago, Vintersorg’s previous effort Jordpuls saw daylight. Although mastermind Andreas Hedlund seems to be a busy guy (also being a band member of Borknagar, that released the album Urd earlier this year) we are now presented with the eighth studio album from this Swedish band, Orkan (meaning hurricane). For the [&hellip

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FATHER BEFOULED – Revulsion of Seraphic Grace

Chicago, home to some of the best metal bands in the world past and present. SCYTHE, USURPER, CIANIDE, and now FATHER BEFOULED are just a few of these bands that have brought forth an intense sound to the underground and beyond. Hitting up the scene in 2008 FATHER BEFOULED has taken up the INCANTATION style [&hellip

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HELLVETRON – DEATH SCROLL OF SEVEN HELLS AND IT’S INFERNAL MAJESTIES

A side project of Nyogthaeblisz (who you absolutely must hear to believe!) from Texas, Hellvetron opts for a more calmed down, blackdoom approach that their bastard brethren other band’s whirlwind black metal sound. Not the type of doom where the bass chords just go “DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!” over and over in the usual boring fashion, and not [&hellip

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Xtreem Music Feature

Undergang To Doden Os Skiller Copenhagen’s Undergang return with their second full length, Til Doden Os Skiller; an eight track torture session of down-tuned guitars, choking atmosphere and violent double bass drum assaults. Littered throughout the albums 47 minutes tirade are samples of what I assume to be a horror movie in Undergang’s native tongue, providing a [&hellip

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Pact – The Dragon Lineage of Satan

Even though, during the last 3 years or so I’ve tired of the Moribund brigade as many of their releases began to sound the same and lacked depth and ability to resonate the true energy by which they should be crafted, they do still manage a few good releases per year and Pact is one [&hellip

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March of the Hordes / Escape the Flesh – Split

This some seriously mean motherfucking death metal obliteration loaded with D-beats, blackened crust as fuck vo-kills and a backdrop of even more crusted crusty crust crunching guitar tones and abominating rhythms of execution with “Last Stand of Heaven”. “Frozen Void” is showing some signs of crust, but overall it’s just some seriously mean and ugly [&hellip

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Homewrecker – Worms and Dirt

Okay, I have to admit that I’ve been far beyond exhausted with the whole hardcore crossover stuff and just want my heavy metal and metal to be “Metal”, but there always has to be some belligerent S.O.B. like Homewrecker that deliver the goods with a bit of Helmet In the Meantime groove and skull smashing [&hellip

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