17:56 - Marcel Hubregtse I don't hear any doom in Serpent at all. Also not in Marrow or any of their other works.
17:42 - 3rdWorld Serpent > Marrow. Serpent has a lot of doom influences and sounds really engaging, Marrow may be a pale reflection of their previous albums which I'm yet to hear but thats how it feels.
16:10 - Netzach The only "Serpent" track I still listen to is the instrumental Plateau of the Ages
16:04 - Marcel Hubregtse Marrow isn't a bad album but it isn't underrated either. Just look at the score for it here on MS, for example.
16:00 - musclassia I'd probably rank them Mantle>Ashes>Marro w>Folklore>Serpent - I think Serpent is fine but it's not nearly as memorable as the other albums. I prefer Marrow to Folklore, mainly for Nidstang and Ghost.... Mantle beats all though
14:44 - Apothecary Marrow is definitely second-weakest, but that's only because the other three albums you're comparing it to are such higher quality, I don't think it means that it's necessarily a BAD album
13:27 - Akatash Updated my dissonant metal picks: [link]
Following the recent news that Brutal Truth will be calling it a day and hanging up their grinding shoes this October, the band started to announce their final European shows. The four-piece will play several more dates throughout the year, some of which have already been announced - including their final appearance on British soil. They'll play Temples Festival this May alongside the likes of Electric Wizard, Neurosis, Tombs, Clutch and many more. Also, their new video for "The Stroy" can be seen below.
The track is taken from the band's recent split with seminal noise terrorists Bastard Noise, entitled The Axiom Of Post Inhumanity.
I love how many people are whinging over this song, complaining about the style. What did they expect when Brutal Truth did a split with The Bastard Noise? The EP itself is brilliant though, although The Bastard Noise's side is definitely superior.