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Deserted Fear – Kingdom Of Worms (FDA Rekotz)

First introduced to me in 2012 via the debut “My Empire” it captured the very essence of death metal and I mean death metal as a whole, not old school, not Swedeath (though I did reference that in my review… Continue Reading →

Kataklysm – Waiting For The End To Come (Nuclear Blast)

It’s been a few years since I caught up with Kataklysm, since 2004’s ‘Serenity In Fire’ in fact, although that’s not been a conscious decision to avoid them, just one of those cases where there are so many bands to… Continue Reading →

Krysantemia – Lay Down Forever (New Idols)

Italian’s Krysantemia were formed in 2009 by the Secchi brothers, Alessandro & Lucio, with their line up completed by guitarist Alex Ruggeri and vocalist Davide Puccini. Soon after getting together, they self released their debut album “This is Resurrection” which… Continue Reading →

Neaera – Ours Is The Storm (Metal Blade)

Often tarnished incorrectly, and being honest fucking annoyingly, as a metal core outfit Germany’s Neaera continue to unleash top quality modern death metal on the world as this their sixth album shows no signs of wavering in the creativity department…. Continue Reading →

Abriosis – Vessel ( SR)

When I unpacked the CD and read the leaflet, I thought, that my review was as good as done. The Canadian Deathsters, Abriosis, have a killer lineup and recently joining them in the most male dominated music is singer Alxs… Continue Reading →

Synodik – Sequences For A New Matrix (SR)

Originally called Asylum this Italian death metal band has released a debut album of technically inspired death metal that owes as much to Cynic as it does to the newer acrobatic guitar wizardry of bands like Fleshgod Apocalypse and Gorod…. Continue Reading →

Ex Deo – Caligvla (Napalm Records)

A few years back, Nuclear Blast’s catalogue was proudly displaying their affiliation with the Roman-themed band Ex Deo, whose members basically consisted of the Canadian death metal band Kataklysm. Adorning various promotional photos was front man, Maurizio Iacono, bearing a… Continue Reading →

Dawn Of Disease – Crypts Of The Unrotten (Noiseart records)

Germany’s Dawn of Disease released a decent debut in the middle of 2011, an album that boasted Amon Amarth like riffing set against a Kataklysm style rhythm section. This sophomore effort follows the debut very closely but sees the band… Continue Reading →

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