Reviews

OMNIS MORIAR – DISPIRIT “111112”
Review.Stream.Footage

Of all the different bay area metal bands (and fuck, how many are there?), Dispirit is certainly one of the most interesting. Not quite a continuation of Asunder or Weakling, Dispirit was started as a side project to exist simultaneously

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Morne Album Review…
Shadows Review.Footage

Morne have always been an impressive band; 2011’s lush but dark and heavy voyage into post metal/crust misanthropy Asylum will attest to that and going back further, releases like their split with Warprayer show that they had vigour from the

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DEAD IN THE DIRT
The Blind Hole Review.Footage.Tour Dates

Atlanta, Georgia crust grinders Dead in the Dirt have released an album that can be classified as an utter destructive force. The Blind Hole, their first full length, is a sludgy grindcore fest, packed to the brim with blast beats

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Luddite EP Review

Some of the best bands are the ones you know fuck all about, aren’t they? The band someone mentions and you search and search and just find maybe a mention of one EP they did on Google. But that EP

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ALL IS HELL: Nightslug “Dismal Fucker”
Album Review.Stream.Footage

Label:PER KORO RECORDS It’s not often that a band impresses me on first listen like Germany’s NIGHTSLUG have, but this power trio brings a brain-crushing tone that’s heavier than a thousand collapsing bridges. Leading off with a thundering riff, like

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Full Stream + Review of TROLLER’s
self-titled CD by Oliver Sheppard

The first track of the CD version of Troller‘s self-titled LP is called “Milk”; it’s nightmarishly gothic and genuinely creepy. Horror movie sound effects (or noises that remind me of horror movie sound effects) slash across a dreary landscape of

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DEATHRITE
Into Extinction Review + Stream

Germany’s Deathrite are an imposing presence in every way. Just look at the horror dripping from their logo and the image of Death dominating the cover of Into Extinction. However, superficial elements aside, Deathrite have their devastating music in check

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Albino Python – The Doomed and The Damned

Arizona dwellers Albino Python have been making music together for, as far as I can tell, at least fifteen years and at present Eric Corder (guitar, bass, drums) and Shelly Delbridge (vocals) have a black metal project – A Cloud

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Obliterations – s/t Review

How much chaos can you fit in eight and a half minutes? Well, according to Obliterations’s debut EP, a fair fucking bit. The four songs found here are anthems of mayhem and disorder, wrapped in an inexplicable amount of anger

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Sucked Dry “Dog Children” Review

Kansas City, Missouri’s Sucked Dry delivers to us, the unprepared listeners, a feral lesson in noisy hardcore punk. Rife with spitting attitude, Dog Children boasts fifteen tracks that seeks to rend and tear asunder. Possessed by an energy reverent of

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