I speak the truth, yet with every word uttered, thousands die – Gnaw Their Tongues

An oldie but a goodie, Gnaw Their Tongues with I speak the truth, yet with every word uttered, thousands die released in 2020 (so not so far off).

The album is quite harsh like most Gnaw Their Tongues albums. I’m not sharing the harshest and quite bitter album that I’m reserving for a futur post, but this one is one of the least difficult to hear, believe it or not.


Metta, Benevolence BBC 6Music : Live on the Invitation of Mary Anne Hobbs – Sunn O)))

Another one from Sunn O))), recorded in 2019 in UK for the BBC 6 radio show, Samhain. Included in this ambient release is Troubled Air from the 2019 release Life Metal which I really enjoyed when it came out.

This album is already available on Bandcamp and merchandise is to be released in 2022.

Guillotine – Hässlig

Cool new band with screeching vocals and punkish-grindcore, Hässlig. I haven’t found much info on the band. Their new realease Guillotine, which came out this year’s November 26th, is interesting enough to remember them and hope for some more releases in the future.

A cool, dark album! Enjoy!

Oxidized – Frontierer

Released last 1st October 2021, Frontierer with their ever (memorable??? 🤣) slashing-distortion-riffs and string-pick-slides-zigzags tunes in a new 4th album release, Oxidized.

I had really liked their 3rd release, Unloved, it had something cringing all along and had lovable anger… as we all like here.

Enjoy with clean ears: Might make earwax melt.

Miserist (Eponymous) – A Comment


Out today, Monday February 13th 2017, is the eponymous album of Miserist via Krucyator Productions.

An instrumental experimental black/death metal act from Australia, Miserist has been inspired by a children asylum documentary to exist and produce this inspiring but dark album that has some influences on the latest Gorguts and any other instrumental DBSM bands you can imagine.

A recommended album to fans of extreme metal, especially experimental instrumental death metal curious. Available on Bandcamp.


BUY: https://miserist.bandcamp.com/album/miserist
LIKE: https://www.facebook.com/miserist/

‘Life Is No Way To Treat An Animal’ by Czar – A Comment


Out last January 21st 2017 was Czar‘s self-released album ‘Life Is No Way To Treat An Animal‘, now available in digital format.

A progressive noise act from Tacoma, Washington, USA, Czar shares with us their weirdness with a fantastic 46-minutes album that does not fit necessarily into extreme metal but still shreds and screams.

With refreshing riffing and musicality, Czar is a must to have in your playlist. If your into Mr. Bungle and Faith No More your gonna love ‘Life Is No Way To Treat An Animal‘ by Czar. Else have a listen. Available on Bandcamp.


BUY: https://czar.bandcamp.com/album/life-is-no-way-to-treat-an-animal