Progenie Terrestre Pura - Asteroidi

Inside Samus Aran's brain 20.10.2014

Coming off of a powerful debut with last year's U.M.A, this Italian BM duo decides to follow it up with a curveball, a nonmetal EP. Best be off with you if you're looking for the more aggressive side of the band's personality with this one. Asteroidi is for those listeners who delighted in the ringy ding ding electronics of the debut, and wished to see the band go deeper with them, an effort at which they certainly succeed here.

Beware the Metroid scum.
Picked by: Apothecary



Trepalium - Voodoo Moonshine

Swing Death Metal 19.10.2014

Supersexy Swingin' Sounds? Hell yeah!

Trepalium have been searching since XIII for the perfect mix between the aggression in death metal and the swing and catchiness in jazz. Well, they nailed it perfectly with that awesome EP!

Check Moonshine Voodoo's video if you haven't already!
Picked by: Darkside Momo



Today Is The Day - Animal Mother

Noisecore 14.10.2014

Today is the day to stream the new Today Is The Day album all day.

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Mr. Doctor



Yob - Clearing The Path To Ascend

Heaviness incarnate 12.10.2014

Four songs, one hour of pure heavy and pounding doomy stuff. Dynamic, entrancing, atmospheric, all at the same time.

Beware, this beast is HUGE!

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Clouds - Doliu

Atmospheric Doom 10.10.2014

The album that features acknowledged members of doom metal scene, coming from bands such as Eye Of Solitude, Shape Of Despair, Officium Triste, Pantheist etc.

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Marcel Hubregtse
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Mare Cognitum - Phobos Monolith

One man Atmo Black 08.10.2014

If you're a serious follower of this style, you know the usual. The project of Jacob Buczarski, Mare Cognitum is raw and hard hitting black metal, but also interspersed with all those beautiful, melodic, and dreamy undercurrents that we all know and love and that've come to make this style so goddamn good when it's executed right. Highly recommended for fans of Chaos Moon, Spectral Lore, Sombres Forêts, etc. And shoutout to my buddy Fearmeister for turning me onto all the great stuff on I, Voidhanger's current roster, definitely a label worth investigating.

BANDCAMP.
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BloodTears
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Pervy Perkin - Ink

Prog 17.09.2014

In the grand scheme of things this album has got one strength and one weakness. At the core of it the reason is one and the same. This album is so packed with different and great ideas, it's really becoming ridiculous. However, this also accounts for the length of the album and the lack of consistent direction in development of said ideas and thus it appears to be all over the place. High marks for the début effort and future promise, though.

Listen to the full album over at Bandcamp.
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Introspekrieg
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Khthoniik Cerviiks - Heptaedrone

Death/Black 14.09.2014

Another poach from Fenriz's Band of the Week thing here. Totally raw, totally good album.

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Mr. Doctor



The Graviators - Motherload

Stoner Doom 03.09.2014

Old school style Sabbath/Pentagram worshippin' doom. Do I hear Jimi somewhere in the mix?

Derivative but awesome.

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R'Vannith



Striker - City Of Gold

Speed, thrash metal 27.08.2014

METAL up your arse !!!

And here I thought Striker couldn't top their 2012 release Armed To The Teeth. And then they record this one. Any fan of the genre, or those who like headbanging to the max should will enjoy City Of Gold.
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Daniell



Mortals - Cursed To See The Future

Sludge metal 26.08.2014

Albums like Mortals' Cursed To See The Future make an instant impact and grip you. Its sludge is dense with black metal leanings. The songs are long and perfectly structured because the transitions are smart. While there are moments of trance, it's the piercing vocals which guide you through the hostility and gloom of the music. Melodious yet aggressive, Cursed To See The Future has filth in good measure. The slimy and cavernous riffs easily lull you into the abyss.

Take the plunge!
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wormdrink414, Mr. Doctor, Abattoir



Trap Them - Blissfucker

Grindcore/Hardcore 24.08.2014

As always, Trap Them deliver their filthy tsunami of grind-infused hardcore to town and it's as destructive as ever. Fire it up and play it loud.

Listen here.


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Doc Godin, Mr. Doctor



Keitzer - The Last Defence

Death, grind, a dash of black with some -core 24.08.2014

YA'LL LIKE BOLT THROWER AND TRAP THEM?!

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Abattoir, BitterCOld
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IQ - The Road Of Bones

Light progressive rock 23.08.2014

The rhythm remains the same, as members change. IQ has always been one of those bands that fell into the medium of obscurity for me, strictly because they always played on the fringe of prog worship and never feigned actual progression. That was, until The Road of Bones.

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Ethereal Riffian - Aeonian

Progressive stoner doom 23.08.2014

A forward-thinking approach to the stoner doom genre that emphasizes complex song structures and hypnotic textural riffing. Lose yourself in the vivid landscapes of Aeonian right here.



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