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Exesion: Promise, Waste, and Rot
3 out of 5 skulls

Exesion
Promise, Waste, and Rot

Taking their name from medical terminology refering to the “…removal of part or all of a structure or organ…” Indiana’s Exesion are dead set on […]

The Arkham White: Relic Radiation
3.5 out of 5 skulls

The Arkham White
Relic Radiation

Hailing from Boston, MA, The Arkham White certainly know how to create a little noise. The tracks on their debut EP, Relic Radiation must have […]

Machetazo: Mundo Cripta
4 out of 5 skulls

Machetazo
Mundo Cripta

If Spain’s brutal death metal scene is anywhere on par with what Machetazo deliver on their latest album, then I’m going to have to pilfer […]

Within A Mind: Isolate
3 out of 5 skulls

Within A Mind
Isolate

With the release of their latest demo, Isolate, Within A Mind toss a mixture of black metal, death metal and grind into an industrial sized […]

Harpoon: Double Gnarly/Triple Suicide
4 out of 5 skulls

Harpoon
Double Gnarly / Triple Suicide

Harpoon‘s interpretation of grind-core may be a bit different than your typical metalhead’s view. Sure, you’ve got your programmed drumming, your fuzzy and distorted guitars […]

Tard: Disgorging Guttural Regurgitations…
3 out of 5 skulls

Tard
Disgorging Guttural Regurgitations...

Saying the full name of the album out loud takes nearly as long as the average track length on Disgorging Guttural Regurgitations..., but Tard still do enough in that short time to keep any fan of brutal death and/or grind grinning maniacally.

Infinite Defilement: Demo 2008
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Infinite Defilement
Demo 2008

Throughout the 17 minute disc, you'll find slamming breakdowns, chugging riffs, jack hammer drumming and your standard brutal death guttural vocal delivery.

Putrescence: Sledgehammer Holocaust
3 out of 5 skulls

Putrescence
Sledgehammer Holocaust

Putrescence's Sledgehammer Holocaust is chaotic, grinding and brutal with a heavy dose of humor thrown in that'll leave you confused and bloody. I wholeheartedly recommend this one if you're looking for something raw, different and heavy as hell

Abdicate: Relinquish the Throne
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Abdicate
Relinquish the Throne

Mixing early era Suffocation with a heavy, caustic dose of grind, these guys let fly with eight songs in just over 18 minutes time. In that short span, you're going to have your ass handed to you on a steaming, gore encrusted platter.

United Nations: s/t
4 out of 5 skulls

United Nations
United Nations

Taking elements of grind-core, power violence and influences from the likes of Converge and At The Drive-in, United Nations let loose with a chaotic, aggressive bit of discordant metal. This disc hits violently and often with distortion, screams, bellows and bruising rhythms.