Fides Ad Nauseam is an unquestionably ferocious and belligerent album too. And its contents are also delivered at hurricane speed by an extremely hostile sounding band.
It’s not often a band like Wellington-based post-hardcore outfit Spook the Horses comes along. A band willing to take risks in pursuit of a greater artistic goal, as they’ve done on their sophomore album, Rainmaker.
Here are my favourite New Zealand metal albums from 2014. Impressive and imposing. One and all.
Tis the season, my friends. It’s that wonderful time of year when everyone begins listing their favourite metal albums of 2014.
Six Noises is also extremely honoured to debut “Murderer’s Collar”, the first track from Bulletbelt’s upcoming new album, Rise of the Banshee. And check out an interview with the band’s drummer, Steve Francis.
Caverns, the debut album from Into Orbit—an instrumental duo from Wellington, New Zealand—is a perfect example of music that matters.
Trepanation – Hideous Black Abyss. Bandcamp. Get it now.
Earlier this year, industrial doom duo Dying of the Light released their latest EP, Monolithuim. Six Noises chats with band co-founder, Chris Rigby.
Twenty years. That’s how long we’ve waited for Sinistrous Diabolus’s debut full-length, Total Doom//Desecration.
New Zealand has a twisted heart that’s reflected in the country’s most ill-omened metal. The self-titled debut from Shallow Grave captures that anger and unease flawlessly