Navigating between Star Wars themed songs and Technical Death Metal, Ecryptus delivers today via SBDC Records, January 14th, 2022 a really powerful EP – Kyr’am Beskar – which I listened with delight!
Something nearing like some The Ritual Aura; the riffs and melodies are well arranged and the four songs are well produced.
The release of Kyr’am Beskar (Mandalorian for “Death Metal”) follows two demos (2002/2004); The Continuum LP (2005); Astral Crusades EP (2008) and a 7-inch single Rancorous (2018/2020).
Released last November 12th of this holy (what???) 2021 is 200 Stab Wounds‘ Slave to the Scalpel. From Ohio, USA, 200 Stab Wounds gives us a solid album that is in the trenches of Death Metal but with solid Heavy Metal riffs. It delivers! Enjoy!
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.
A cool unnewbie, but their latest Love Will Drown The Nest by En Love realeased in October 2020. They and some others define a genre called Columbus Hardcore… I hear some Kvelertak…
This daily Bandcamp article will light some Oiho Hardcore fanship to some more of this type. Enjoy!
They are back! Pathology with a new album, The Everlasting Plague, a follow up of the solid Reborn to Kill which came out in 2019.
I’ve been listening to this gem all morning on repeat, and it’s a boner!
Take a listen to it!
Out March 3rd 2017, was ‘Unholy Infestation‘ by Desecrate the Faith via Comatose Music.
A Texan death metal act with some angry music to share with us, be ready to revisit some old-school death metal à la Suffocation and Chris Barnes era Cannibal Corpse.
Very heavy but very reminiscent of good old days, Desecrate the Faith delivers totally with a powerful album of high quality death metal with a really good production.
Highly recommended, available on Bandcamp and Spotify.
Out yesterday, March 3rd 2017, was ‘The Nature of Being New‘ by Bungler via Innerstrength Records.
A hardcore act with punk influences from Buffalo, New York, USA, Bungler delivers a massive third full-length album that is refreshing and strapped to bleed your ears.
A really powerful album that rocks and thrashes; the guitars are punky-grungy, the vocals are harsh and ruff and the distortion is to the max. Good rock beats and great wicked metal.
Loved it and recommend it. To have in your playlist absolutely. Available on Bandcamp and Spotify now.
Have a listen: