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Are you fucking ready for the slow-moving death sounds of RUIN? Unholy Bestial fuck – this band’s soon to be released record Human Annihilation is the shit, and it’s totally drenched in the filthy, morbid sound I love!!! The Spanish label Memento Mori is unleashing this beast on Oct. 22nd and we

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Deimos Sanktuarium is the 5th release from the Swedish death metal band. Before you make any assumptions just know that Vanhelgd are NOT a “true” Swedish death metal band like Entombed or At The Gates. Instead of being another copy of these popular melodic death metal bands Vanhelgd over their

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Alright, just to make sure no one discovers this album and band in some years and then says “how did I miss this band or overlook this release?!” – you knew this shit ruled because you saw us saying so right here. Disgusted Geist hail from San Luis Obispo, California,

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Deep, Deep, Deep in the Death Doom underground, two new bands are lurking, about to spread their stench-laden sounds! The names of these filthy humans are SKULLS and DRENCHED, and it gets sicker, because they have teamed up for a putrified split entitled Monuments of Ancient Death. Each band tackles a Cianide cover while

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Immortal Bird from Chicago is a band very familiar to our audience. We’ve featured them several times, as we just can’t get enough of their abrasive and challenging brutal death sound. They are inimitable road dogs with a kinetic live show. Immortal Bird will continue their heedless razing of the

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What were my thoughts when I first heard the DEAD VOID The Looming Spectre demo tape? I said to myself, unholy triple hell, this band fucking kills, I can’t believe they’re this good! What struck me about them first is how they sounded like nothing I had heard before. With each

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