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Agents of Abhorrence: earth.water.sun
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Agents of Abhorrence

Featuring grinding hardcore with noise fueled guitars and an insane octopus on drums, Agents of Abhorrence show that you can fit plenty of chaos in just under 10 minutes time.

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.

Insect Warfare: World Extermination
4 out of 5 skulls

Insect Warfare
World Extermination

Twenty songs in under 22 minutes? No problem. Insect Warfare have seamlessly merged old school grind work ethic and sound with modern production and themes into a blinding ride through a blender. Enjoy.

Danny Tanner: The Finest Grind
3 out of 5 skulls

Danny Tanner
The Finest Grind

Danny Tanner has said good bye to Uncle Jesse and the crew, throw some horns into the air and followed his passion for brutal grindcore with a little tongue in cheek thrown in.

Arson Anthem: s/t
4.5 out of 5 skulls

Arson Anthem
Arson Anthem

Phil Anselmo's latest side project, Arson Anthem, lay waste to what's left of post-Katrina New Orleans with their self titled debut EP from Housecore Records — complete with one hell of a vicious chip on their collective shoulder.

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.

Point Blank Rage: The Sound of Resistance
4 out of 5 skulls

Point Blank Rage
The Sound of Resistance

Montreal, Quebec’s Point Blank Rage mark their debut release with 31 minutes of straightforward, ruthless death metal in the vain of Suffocation and Obituary. Featuring […]

Belay My Last: The Downfall
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Belay My Last
The Downfall

Belay My Last’s debut album The Downfall includes over 50 minutes of some of the most uncompromising and bruising metal this year has seen. Drawing […]

Harlots: Betrayer
4 out of 5 skulls


Abrasive, discordant and caustic — Harlots’ Lifeforce Records debut, Betrayer integrates elements of grind, hardcore, noise and metal with a ferocious, technical delivery. Shifting from […]