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AIMA is a band that creates that kind of putrified grim death metal that makes you feel like maggots are crawling all over you! I can’t get enough of their soon to be released album Tragos that comes out this Friday Nuclear War Now! Productions. Today is your unlucky day

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Sex Messiah is the UNHOLY SHIT and their new record Eastern Cult of Sodomy KILLS ON ALL FRONTS! This band spits in the face of all things sacred, and that’s why I love them, plus their music is full of catchy decaying riffs that my mind feasts on! Just imagine if

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I remember the first time I heard Siege Column, I said to myself, unholy fuck this band is rad!!! With each release they just get sicker and continue to create music that they fucking love. Don’t even try to put this band in a box because it just would not

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Edmonton, Canada’s Rites Of Thy Degringolade, active since 1997 no less, are another band that I discovered only recently upon causally stumbling upon their recent live reappearances (2016 California Deathfest first, last year’s Covenant Festival again), and if I’m here writing about them and their new album today, you may have

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Normally, when reviewing or describing any album you can use a simplifying approach to distill the main identifying pointers of the album and break them down and then reorganize them neatly in a summarizing fashion the reader can understand, so that they know a) what the damn thing is, and

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Grave Upheaval’s latest full-length release doesn’t have a title, and the songs don’t have any either, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying their putrid, oozing, rotten style of ritual death metal. The record is cleaner production-wise this time around, as their last full-length album via the same label, Nuclear

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