With murky and atmospheric music on the upswing it might be a good thing that until now, Incantation hadn’t released a record in six years.
Years Past Matter by Krallice ‘renders their competition unlistenable’. Read our full review here.
While it may not be anything revolutionary, a My Dying Bride album is always satisfying.
Car Bomb’s w^w^^w^w will transport you to a hyper-DIY, metalcore-filled place.
Hooded Menace’s “Effigies of Evil” combines death and doom for the perfect heavy metal combination. Read our review here.
“Hasta La Muerte might represent the archetypal Southern Lord release, in that it captures both eras of the label on a single disc.” We review Xibalba’s newest release.
Panopticon’s “Kentucky” combines blue grass and black metal in a way that accurately portrays the hard-working, hard-drinking folks of the state.
"Hour of Penance’s sound and philosophy is straight-line speed, and Sedition is their fastest album yet," says Street-Jammer of their newest release.
"Huxwhukw" by Serious Beak "is a bad-ass, mostly vocal-free record that playfully flirts with several branches of the metal discipline," Aaron Maltz tells us.
"The art of [purposely] sounding like shit is alive and well in 2012," says Aaron Lariviere of Förgjord’s new lo-fi record "Sielunvihollinen".
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