Out this Friday January 20th 2017, is ‘Speak Not Of The Laudanum Quandary‘ by Ashenspire via Code666.
A heavy rock British act, Ashenspire is a mix of folk, rock and DBSM, where the music still holds as heavy metal but the vocals requires our attention as the stories unfolds and the clean lamenting singing leads our ears into a human odyssey.
If you’re into DBSM and are looking for some more down to earth singing and want to be transported into a journey of harrowing journey, get ‘Speak Not Of The Laudanum Quandary‘ by Ashenspire.
Out last August 26th 2016, was Cognizance‘s latest self-released EP, Illusory.
A powerful technical death metal EP, they keep doing their studio stuff with high quality musicianship and great talent.
Expect technicality like the other well renowned bands in the empowering style of tech death like Necrophagist, but an itsy-bitsy more melodic. At least that’s my opinion.
For those who would like to see them live, they seem to not venture in that direction as they mention in the Gear Gods interview below, as they focus mainly to deliver high quality studio recordings and they haven’t the resources to do touring and do full-length albums also.
But you can listen to their EPs through the following Bandcamp streaming widget and buy, buy, buy, as they produce greatness that licks our eardrums with delicacy.
Released last March 25th 2016, is Rotten Repugnancy‘s ‘Harbringers Of The Last Judgement‘ via CDN Records.
In the likes of Six Feet Under, ‘Harbringers Of The Last Judgement‘ is Rotting Repugnancy second full-length album after ‘Path Of The Deminished‘ released in 2014 with acclaim. They’ve toured with some heavy bands such as Obituary and already have more recognition with their latest album.
Being from UK and having had success with their previous releases you might cross them in some of your next death shows, be it in some European tour or some North American one.
Listen to the streaming sample below and buy their album to have them on your playlist.