Six Noises EOY ’16: New Zealand Metal
Setentia’s accomplished debut intertwines gut-felt ferocity with forward-thinking expressiveness.
Aesthetically, Ulcerate are unrivalled. They are what others cannot be.
In part two of this Tis the Season round-up, we’re continuing on with the lists of albums that contributors submitted to Six Noises as their top picks for 2014.
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.
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.
Other bands are going to have to work very hard to get anywhere close to the innovative work Revocation have produced here.
New review for Gigan’s latest can be found right here on Hellbound.ca. The perfect album if you enjoy mad scientists, technical death metal, growling and xylophones. Even better if you have an attention deficit disorder.