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Fall of Serenity: The Crossfire
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Fall of Serenity
The Crossfire

With this latest release, Fall of Serenity, prove that they are not another lamb in the melodic death metal flock. Their renewed efforts show that the genre is far from stale and a band can certainly set themselves apart from the crowd with a little effort

Burning Skies: Greed. Filth. Abuse. Corruption
4 out of 5 skulls

Burning Skies
Greed. Filth. Abuse. Corruption

Each and every track on Greed.Filth.Abuse.Corruption is beyond heavy in every sense of the term — crushing riffs, pulverizing rhythms and vocals straight from the very bowels of hell.

Hemlock: No Time For Sorrow
4 out of 5 skulls

No Time For Sorrow

Hemlock's fluid blend of thrash, sludge and melodic elements really make them a force to be reckoned with on No Time for Sorrow. It's a fully engaging and entertaining album that just about any metal fan should be throwing the horns to.

Thine Eyes Bleed: Thine Eyes Bleed
3 out of 5 skulls

Thine Eyes Bleed
Thine Eyes Bleed

Building off of their strong Swedish influences, Thine Eyes Bleed return with a sophomore album that sees them expanding their sound and stretching their wings. The Canadian quintet tear through beefy thrash riffs with urgency and ferocity, yet maintain a level of melody that ties it all together.

Enemy of the Sun: Shadows
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Enemy of the Sun

Enemy of the Sun's Shadows is one hell of a disc. Building on a base comprised of pummeling thrash, the band add in melodic elements, acoustic pieces as well as death metal influences.

Flaccid Clitoris: Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis
3 out of 5 skulls

Flaccid Clitoris
Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis

Hell, with a name like Flaccid Clitoris, who wouldn't want to check out the brutal death metal on the pair of tracks on their latest demo EP.

Stigma: When Midnight Strikes!
3.5 out of 5 skulls

When Midnight Strikes!

Stigma mixes a variety of metalcore, death metal and thrash elements into a seemless, violent attack on the senses. Not simply relying on blindly tearing through brutal riff after brutal riff, the band incorporates impressive grooves and guest appearances to complete this album with great success.

Dismember: Dismember
4 out of 5 skulls


Sweden's Dismember only further cement their place in death metal history with an album full of sludgy, earth shaking riffs, pummeling drums and ferociousness that the band is known for.

Salt the Wound: Carnal Repercussions
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Salt the Wound
Carnal Repercussions

Salt The Wound's debut album. Carnal Repercussions, is a whirlwind of death metal blasts, hardcore breakdowns, an aggressive edge and scathing vocals.

Virgin Black: Requiem Fortissimo
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Virgin Black
Requiem Fortissimo

Feelings of finality, soul-crushing solitude and desolation permeate the air with Virgin Black's latest release fueled with doom heavy riffs, orchestral arrangements and layered vocals.