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Primitive Man Announce “Caustic,” Stream First Track

Metal doesn’t get any more bleak and doom-y than when played by Denver, Colorado’s Primitive Man. The trio will release of their second full-length, Caustic, on October 6 via Relapse Records. The album was recorded and produced at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cobalt, Cephalic Carnage, Cattle Decapitation) and includes 75-minutes of bone-crushing heaviness. “My Will” is the first track to

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Expulsion Release Guitar Playthrough Of “Total Human Genocide”

Expulsion may be a new collective, but they pay their debts to old school, ’80s extreme metal. This homage is on full display on their debut album, Nightmare Future, out now on Relapse Records. The band – featuring Matt Olivo (Repulsion), Matt Harvey (Exhumed, Gruesome), Danny Walker (Intronaut, Exhumed, Phobia) and Menno Verbaten (Lightning Swords Of Death) – have release a guitar

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Integrity

Integrity: “Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume” Album Review

Integrity are the ugly stepchildren of the hardcore genre, if there can be such a thing!  Dwid Hellion is a monster at songwriting and his ability to evolve his band is ever-improving. His fierce, demon-like vocals seem to get more angry with every releases, and Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume is no exception. It seems Hellion has found a

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Repulsion And Exhumed Members Join Forces To Form Expulsion – Full Album Streaming Now

Time for some extreme shit in your earholes!  Expulsion is the marriage of members from Repulsion, Exhumed, Intronaut, Phobia and Gruesome and it’s some in-your-face aggression that doesn’t stop, front-to-back.  The album was released on Friday via Relapse Records and now it’s streaming in full a few inches below this text.  Honestly, I don’t want to say much about this record.

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Dying Fetus: “Wrong One To Fuck With” Album Review

Delivering one of the most highly anticipated releases of 2017, Dying Fetus don’t disappoint with Wrong One To Fuck With. For starters, it’s an absolutely killer title for an album! It’s easy to see and hear why Dying Fetus are one of the best death metal bands in ‘Murica. This album is an absolute scrotum-ripper! Wrong One To Fuck With

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Arcadea

Arcadea: “Arcadea” Album Review

Being a huge Mastodon fan, I came to Arcadea‘s new self-titled album already excited since this is a side project from drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor. While basically a spacey, synthy, proggy, acidy concept as a group, one can still hear many Mastodony influences and inflections within it’s tracks. Imagine a metal hybrid of Rush and the highly underrated band U.K. Throw

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Steffen Kummerer

Steffen Kummerer, Obscura, “Septuagint” Guitar Playthrough

The technical guitar player and vocalist from Obscura – Steffen Kummer, has released an official guitar playthrough video for their single “Septuagint”. This heavy riffed song from their album Omnivium,  released in 2011 by Relapse Records is known to be one of their best albums ever recorded. Obscura will be playing in July at Tech Fest 2017 in the UK.  More details here. Now watch

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Myrkur

Myrkur Announces Album, Releases New Full Track “Två Konungabarn”

After the positive acceptance of Myrkur´s previous album M, the one-woman black metal project is releasing a new album this fall. The album under the name of  Marieridt is set to be released via Relapse Records. Myrkur has also recently shared via her Facebook page a new full studio recording “Två Konungabarn”. The track can now be listened on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/38r5nktODdOR4mMPQ6LlP4 Apple Music: https://itun.es/us/_v-1jb Bandcamp:

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Expulsion

Expulsion Sign To Relapse Records, Stream “Altar Of Slaughter”

Expulsion may be a new band name, but the faces should be familiar. The new group features apmembers of Repulsion, Exhumed, Phobia, Intronaut, and Gruesome, and they have signed on with Relapse Records for the release of their debut, Nightmare Future, due out July 14. Check out the track listing of Nightmare Future, and listen to the first single, “Altar

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Arcadea

Arcadea: “Arcadea” Album Review

Being a huge Mastodon fan, I came to Arcadea‘s new self-titled album already excited since this is a side project from drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor. While