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Feed Them Death – Panopticism: Belong/Be Lost – I, Voidhanger Records

Feed Them Death are a one man music project from Void one of the founders of Italian Gore Metallers Antropofagus. With this project Void delves deep into his well of talent and musicianship to create a multi-layered extreme package. Black… Continue Reading →

Dripback – Blessed With Less Than Nothing (4 Family Records)

I fucking love Dripback, ever since they erupted like a giant zit in the face of the metal fans in 2011 with the infectious as ebola (but half as pleasant) “Inhaling The Ashes” EP, this bunch of North London yobs… Continue Reading →

Full Of Hell – Weeping Choir (Relapse)

Central Pennsylvanian’s Full of Hell have been around for an absolute age (well since 2009) and have popped up on many a supporting bill in the UK (lastly with Immolation earlier this year) amassing a dedicated fanbase and an extensive… Continue Reading →

Misery Index – Rituals Of Power (Season Of Mist)

Grindcore, the ultimate amalgamation of both Metal and Punk. Spawned from a time when Thrash was becoming more accepted by Punks and the likes of Discharge and Crass were becoming more tolerated by Metalheads. For this reason Grindcore to me… Continue Reading →

Pig Destroyer – Head Cage (Relapse Records)

If you discount the 2013 EP “Mass & Volume” which was released as a fundraiser for a member of the Relapse Records team who had passed away and was written and recorded during the final day of the “Phantom Limb”… Continue Reading →

Ósserp – Al meu pas s’alça la mort (Hecatombe Records)

Hola, and in today’s Spanish lesson we explore the phrase “Es hora de moler bastardos.’ Well if the Internet translation tool has not let me down, as frankly I am shite at foreign languages it should translate to ‘It’s time… Continue Reading →

Maruta – Remain Dystopian (Relapse)

I don’t know how it’s possible, but in a genre defined by extreme and excessively abrasive music, Maruta have released an album somehow more extreme and abrasive than anything I’ve heard in a long time. The newest release from the… Continue Reading →

Misery Index – The Killing Gods (Season Of Mist)

Misery Index have carved their own niche, emerging from the shadows of Dying Fetus (and let’s be honest – sounding a fair bit like them) especially over the course of their last few albums – their previous two records (Heirs… Continue Reading →

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