Twenty years. That’s how long we’ve waited for Sinistrous Diabolus’s debut full-length, Total Doom//Desecration.
If Exordium Mors’ aim is to snag some label attention, they’ve certainly laid out a fine trap with Sacrifice, Perish and Demise
Why you’re all not endlessly raving about Finnish sextet Barren Earth is beyond me.
Dark Descent specialize in releasing albums that adhere to a few simple precepts: they must be raw and they must be unrelentingly visceral. There’s no posturing to be found on Dark Descent’s roster.
Taiwanese death metal band Revilement released their first full-length album recently. I count myself fortunate to have some questions answered about the album by the band’s vocalist, Joe Reviled.
Like the pioneering bands of Florida’s death metal scene, Sabbatic Goat have taken that supposedly buoyant and joyful atmosphere of their locale and turned it in on itself.
For what it’s worth, and without further ado, here are my choices for the top 45 (or so) metal albums of 2011 (part 2).
For what it’s worth, and without further ado, here are my choices for the top 45 (or so) metal albums of 2011 (part 1).
If you’re a fan of blast beats, breakdowns and crushing technical riffs, then Cerebral Bore might just be the new band you’re looking for.
Profound Lore’s dogged commitment to releasing innovative works epitomizes the respect that can be built between a label and an audience that trusts in its overarching aesthetic.