It stinks.Escatology is an attempt at death metal humour - it’s full of disgusting lyrics, topics and sounds about as foul as you’d imagine it smells.
RoadkillSoda’s latest offering, Mephobia, is a definite must-add to any of your road-ready playlists.
Whether deliberate or just a product of their writing process, this album somehow manages to sound like a modern Trivium record, while successfully bridging together their past releases--all the way back to 2003's Ember To Inferno and 2005's Ascendancy.
Through eight well-seasoned tracks dripping in smoky juices of psychedelic effects and crunchy grooves, Blood Feud is an awesome accompaniment to any barbecue.
When you all are tired of the arena pose-and-pomp and yearn for the old dank venue/bar feel, Sterilize will be waiting for you.
There’s nothing particularly mind-blowing here, but everything is delivered with an energy and passion that ensures you should have a good time with Irritation no matter your metal preferences.
This album is an instant classic and deserves a few good listens, at least. Personally, I enjoyed it thoroughly and will again.
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Overall, if you are a fan of the beauty that Circa Survive is able to deliver rather than their more heated states, then this will be a welcome addition to your rotation
New Toronto outfit Chris just released their first EP. Comprised of members from infamous Canadian bands La Luna and Animal Faces, the EP is a major departure for all members involved.
In turn, this release is for already-established fans of the Flat Duo Jets who ought to love every second of it.
If you are looking for something with teeth this may not be for you. It's not a classic, nor is it terrible; it just is.
The unrelenting blake hole majesty of Primitive Man's long-awaited new album 'Caustic' is heaviness beyond simple measure; we attempt to explain why, and why it should be heard.
Razor-sharp riffs slice furiously through the mix providing the perfect recipe for stirring the swirling, sweaty masses in a pit.
Across four lengthy tracks Dreadnought takes you on a voyage to the unknown and back. It’s at once calm, relaxing and insane.
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Never the types of pioneers to merely rest on legacy, Satyricon emerges once again to offer an intimate and bold new work to the world with Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
A welcome recap of an important formative work of a highly influential act, we look at how 'The Word As Law' set Neurosis' sonic ripples into motion decades afterward.
Truth be told, Lanterns comes across as really quite generic in its sound and, after several listens through, I still struggle to pick anything that stands out from the crowd.
This album is an instant classic, and if you don't think so, you are fake fucking news. Go pick this up and just enjoy it.