So, what should one expect from Daniel Ekeroth, the man who wrote Swedish Death Metal, when he straps on his bass, recruits a few other […]
Deadkill, featuring current and past members of several Seattle bands (Himsa and Absolute Monarchs to name a couple), deliver their four-song, self-titled debut EP in […]
I’ve received at least on promo of past material from Sons of Tonatiuh, a three piece sludge/doom outfit hailing from Atlanta, but nothing I had […]
What do you get when you combine the concentrated efforts of members from Brutal Truth (Kevin Sharp on vokills), Mastodon (guitarist Bill Kelliher) and a […]
I’ve heard some crusty, d-beat driven metal before, but the latest from Sweden’s Martyrdöd is some next level shit. Hurling thick, chunky rhythms along with […]
I was never a fan of the expansive atmospheres offered up by Mouth of the Architect, whose Gregory Lahm holds down the fort on vocals […]
This is my first time running across the path of Sweden’s Wolfbrigade and their latest slab of crusty d-beat hardcore, Damned. And, with this being […]
Acephalix, hailing from the crust punk-lined streets of San Francisco, abandon their roots (for the most part) with their sophomore album, Deathless Master, in favor […]
The overall sound of Rudimentary Peni's latest EP is raw, discordant, aggressive, slightly blackened and every other adjective you could use to describe "extreme" in any way, shape or form.
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.