This constant vortex of uncertainty, pressure, and stress is a bitch. No other way to describe it and I know this is news to literally nobody. But, it’s nice to know we’ve got some cantankerous music this week to avert attention. What, you ask? Hang in there and let’s find out… Of Feather and Bone are sitting on one the most unflinchingly violent death metal albums in recent memory, Machetazo do for gore grind what Carcass did for death metal many years ago and even though it’s a compilation of scattered tracks, this thing is intense, Puteraeon bring a heavy dose of Lovecraft to their maiming buzzsaw of Swedeath, and Novarupta offer an intense and heavy respite of first class post-metal. Do the thing and go support a ton of new music.Continue reading
- Experimental black metal project MRTVI is releasing a new album, Omniscient Hallucinatory Delusion, on November 6th through Transcending Obscurity. Check out the visualizer for “Obscured Reality” here.
- Novarupta have also announced release details for Marine Snow, which drops on November 13th through Suicide Records. There is quite the list of featured vocalists on this record, so it should be a good time.
- Can we spare a minute to appreciate this kid’s AWESOME Oderus Urungus costume? Apparently the young GWAR fan made it from scratch simply to pick up his exam grades. Serious respect.
- And we’ll wrap up Monday with the newest track from Isolert, “Staring At a Path Towards Nowhere”, taken from their sophomore full-length entitled World In Ruins. Give it a listen below.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”
As we slip further into the abyss, I fully believe metal will be the savior to it all. Obviously not but it will give us all a good soundtrack to keep us occupied. Oh, by the way, GOOD JOB last Friday hitting Bandcamp in droves and helping artists, do that more. Really, a lot more. And on that note, there’s a ton of stuff to throw money at this week starting with the always razor sharp grind of Wake but on this new one they have bested all their back catalog, Angerot brings some serious death and black metal on their sophomore effort, Temple of Void show how true, heavy doom is done, and Demonic Death Judge reek havoc in the sludge / stoner arena. See? Plenty of hits already and there’s TONS more below so get to it. Stay safe and well, friends. Continue reading