Reviews

ACxDC – Antichrist Demoncore LP Review

Southern California and powerviolence? Is there a better duo? Make a checklist of pivotal PV bands old and new that have come from the region, and the list gets lengthy. ACxDC are one of those bands. Now in their 11th

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Auroch – Taman Shud
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Starting out as a thrash metal band, Canadian destroyers Auroch, have taken a turn for the dark and damned. By adopting a blackened death metal style, the band has been able to expand their brutality to new domains, while still

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Trap Them Blissfucker Review + Stream

Salem, NH’s Trap Them comes swinging into 2014 with their fourth full-length, the savage Blissfucker. Following 2011’s Darker Handcraft, Trap Them poise themselves with authority, while flavoring their sound with flaring intensity. Blissfucker continues their trend of producing unabashed hardcore

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Suffocating Heaviness:
GGU:LL – “Waan​:​Hoon” Review + Stream

From the Netherlands come GGU:LL, a crusty and unearthly doom band hailing from the home base of the Roadburn Festival: Tillburg. When you sit down to listen to this harrowing EP called Waan​:​Hoon, you get creeped out for good. As their unholy

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Temple Desecration
Communion Perished Review

Iron Bonehead Productions does it again. Searching the world over for the filthiest recordings in the underground, they deliver another strike to the heart of the metal masses. This time, with Poland’s Temple Desecration and their two song MLP, Communion

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Vanhelgd
Relics of Sulphur Salvation
Review + Stream

Sweden and death metal. It doesn’t exactly need reiterating, but with the wave of death metal from different shores and lands, especially in southern and eastern Europe and pockets of the US delivering some stellar works, our northern brethren won’t

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Omnipotent Darkness: TRIPTYKON’s “Melana Chasmata” Review

So yeah, as you may know, this new TRIPTYKON album has been raved about left and right all over the internet for quite some weeks now. It’s being hailed as one of the best metal albums of 2014, and the consensus

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The Room Colored Charlatan – Primitives Review

The Room Colored Charlatan hail from Indiana, and the quintet are on the cusp of breaking into the collective consciousness of those who enjoy something a little more on the difficult, but listenable, side. Intricate details fall into their sound,

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The Best Anarcho/Post Punk Song…
You Will Hear Today!
Dead Cult’s: “Ghosts Still Dance

by Oliver Sheppard Dead Cult may be the youngest band on the resuscitated All the Madmen Records, the anarcho-punk label founded by The Mob in 1978 and resuscitated in 2012 after a nearly 25 year hiatus. Dead Cult‘s 2-song “Ghosts

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Endless Desperation: LEVIATHAN’s Self Titled EP – Review + Stream

This will be a short one. No need to go on too long with words to describe something that defies descriptions, labels or any other kind of categorization attempt. LEVIATHAN (not to be confused with the notorious black metal project) are

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