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21Lucifers: In The Name Of…
4 out of 5 skulls

In The Name Of...

Exceptional musicianship and a tight performance punctuate every unbridled and ferocious track on In The Name Of... — a thrashing attack on the senses.

Facebreaker: Dead, Rotten and Hungry
4 out of 5 skulls

Dead, Rotten and Hungry

If zombie flicks, horror novels or the undead are what you get up out of bed for every morning, then Facebreaker' Dead, Rotten and Hungry is right up your sick and twisted alley.

Suicidal Winds: Chaos Rising
3 out of 5 skulls

Suicidal Winds
Chaos Rising

Suicidal Wind's Chaos Rising is one of the discs that you really shouldn't like as much as you do, but it's balls-to-the-wall thrash fueled brand of death metal is too infectious to ignore.

Athrenody: Crazed Development
3 out of 5 skulls

Crazed Development

Mixing a classic blend of grindcore and death metal from the early 1990's with a newly injected vocal presence, Athrenody come out of a murky past to bludgeon and shred.

Vader: Lead Us
3 out of 5 skulls

Lead Us

There's no new material on this compilation EP, but if you're looking for a couple of export only tracks and a hell of a Slayer cover, then read on.

Infected Malignity: Re:bel
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Infected Malignity

Re:bel has a solid death metal base that Infected Malignity builds off of with melodic elements as well as violent grinding bursts.

Neuraxis: Live Progression
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Live Progression

Featuring Alexandre Leblanc on lead vocals, this recording features metal of a technical, melodic and brutal variety. It's quite a listen that will leave you itching for more.

Severe Torture: Sworn Vengeance
4 out of 5 skulls

Severe Torture
Sworn Vengeance

Sworn Vengeance is just over 35 minutes of death metal carnage — explosive drumming, rib splintering riffs and throat shredding vocals. Employing rapid fire tempo changes with a rumbling aural assault, Sever Torture hit violently with grizzly results.

Pain Principle: Waiting for the Flies
4 out of 5 skulls

Pain Principle
Waiting for the Flies

With their debut album for Blind Prophecy Records, Pain Principle’s Waiting for the Flies eviscerates the listener with the destruction of a hand grenade. Citing […]

Scarpoint: The Silence We Deserve
4 out of 5 skulls

The Silence We Deserve

Much like an over matched boxer stepping into a heavy weight fight, Scarpoint will leave you bruised and bloody — most likely laying face first […]