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Posts tagged "Morbid Angel"
Antropomorphia – Sermon Ov Wrath (Metal Blade)

Antropomorphia – Sermon Ov Wrath (Metal Blade)

An interesting word that pretty much means “to have the form of man,” Antropomorphia have been rumbling around in the Dutch underworld for two and a half decades now having 1st shat out their charmingly entitled Bowel Mutilation demo in 1992. I have to admit.. Read More
Morta Skuld – Wounds Deeper Than Time (Peaceville)

Morta Skuld – Wounds Deeper Than Time (Peaceville)

Come backs, eh? It seems to be a bit of a halcyon period for bands which called it a day in the 90’s. Morta Skuld are a death metal band from Wisconsin that were signed to the mighty Peaceville Records back in the day, releasing.. Read More
Deserted Fear  – Dead Shores Rising (Century Media)

Deserted Fear – Dead Shores Rising (Century Media)

I reviewed “My Empire”, the stunning debut album by German death metallers Deserted Fear for another (lesser) website back in 2012. It was a killer debut made by some seriously talented lads. ‘Kingdom Of Worms’, their second (anyone using the word “sophomore” is a pretentious.. Read More
Brutal Unrest – Trinitas (Hammerheart)

Brutal Unrest – Trinitas (Hammerheart)

Having been around for over a decade this German band has released a couple of albums before dropping this third album onto this listener who is unfamiliar with the bands previous efforts. An old school approach is favoured as the album opens with a very.. Read More
Deranged – Struck By A Murderous Siege (Agonia Records)

Deranged – Struck By A Murderous Siege (Agonia Records)

Of the half dozen metal bands called Deranged this Swedish bunch are probably the most well-known having been around for 25 years but with only Rikard Wermén (drums) being the sole remaining founding member. Since that time the band has released eight albums and a.. Read More
Neverlight Horizon – Dead God Effigies (Great Dane Records)

Neverlight Horizon – Dead God Effigies (Great Dane Records)

A Belgian death metal band that’s been going since 1999, and I’d never heard of them? How rude! Sent to me by the fine people at French record company “Great Dane Records”, this promo came in a rather nice digipack CD edition, with the great.. Read More
Mithras - On Strange Loops (Galactic Records)

Mithras – On Strange Loops (Galactic Records)

Leon Macey is well known in the UK Death Metal scene. A champion of this diverse and strong community through his various musical projects and his media work, he is also the brainchild and sole surviving member of Mithras, the brutal death metal band with.. Read More
Usurpress - The Regal Tribe (Agonia)

Usurpress – The Regal Tribe (Agonia)

Right of the bat I have to say this came as a massive surprise. I had heard of Usurpress but not actually heard them. I had been led to believe that they are a crusty Old School Swedish Death metal band, and apparently they once.. Read More
Warfather - The Grey Eminence (Greyhaze)

Warfather – The Grey Eminence (Greyhaze)

I must start off this review by confessing that I had not heard of this project until the press release came along for this new album, but as soon as I saw that it came from Steve Tucker of Morbid Angel fame I jumped on.. Read More
Epidemia – Leprocomio (Satanath Records)

Epidemia – Leprocomio (Satanath Records)

When the boss said he was sending me two South American death metal albums from an underground Russian label to review I won’t lie to you, I did groan a bit. I’d not heard of either band nor had I heard of the label and.. Read More
Sinsaenum – Echoes Of The Tortured (earMUSIC)

Sinsaenum – Echoes Of The Tortured (earMUSIC)

If you tot up the amount of bands past and present the sextet of artists this lot have been involved in you are going to hit the 50 mark. Prolific they certainly are and they should be on the whole well known to most. I.. Read More
Lords of the Cemetery – Citipati (Great Dane)

Lords of the Cemetery – Citipati (Great Dane)

There’s something about duos in extreme metal that guarantees sheer, heavy brilliance. Whether it’s the pioneering, black metal tones of Darkthrone or the beautifully harrowing grind of Anaal Nathrakh, you can never go wrong with a decent duo. Naturally, Frenchmen Reno Cavadaski and the rather.. Read More