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Jungle Rot - Promo - 2018

Jungle Rot Release “A Burning Cinder” Music Video

One of our favorite death metal bands, Jungle Rot, have released a new music for “A Burning Cinder” from their eponymous album. Despite being together since 1992, it wasn’t until this past July that the band deemed a release worthy of the Jungle Rot name. The album received acclaim from around the world. Watch the video for “A Burning Cinder”

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Jungle Rot: “Order Shall Prevail” Album Review by Jason Z!

Jungle Rot are riding a wave in 2015. They are touring on a prestigious tour alongside King Diamond and Slayer on the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Tour, and they are releasing their eighth full-length album, titled Order Shall Prevail. Never known for holding back on their no frills, razor-chugging style of death metal, they continue the pummeling on Order Shall Prevail.

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WRETCHED: “CANNIBAL” FULL ALBUM STREAM ONLINE!

Today is the day people! Wretched has unleashed their new record, “Cannibal,” thanks to Victory Records! This is the band’s fourth studio album, and without a doubt, their best material to date! 2012’s “Son of Perdition” was a huge release for these guys, as it grew their audience all over, and “Cannibal” is sure to take them even further! When

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Comeback Kid - Die Knowing

COMEBACK KID “DIE KNOWING”

Knowing your niche is a good thing, musically. It means you know what you’re good at, you rarely stray outside your comfort zone, and almost never put out anything lackluster. Sure, you can pepper in little risks here and there, but for the most part, when a fan of your band picks up your new record, they know what they’re

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Erimha - Reign Through Immortality

ERIMHA “REIGN THROUGH IMMORTALITY”

I was a bit surprised to see a symphonic black/death metal band like Erimha signed to Victory Records.  That is, pleasantly surprised!  It seems a little out of the catalog of what the label normally releases, but that just proves what a great label they are.  When they believe in something, they will go for it full force. Hailing from

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AS THEY BURN“WILL, LOVE, LIFE”

When it comes to describing music I hate using genres. What do I hate even more? Fucking subgenres. I don’t know why we feel the need to classify everything. It seems as if we have to put everything in its own little place all the time. I’m happy to admit that I don’t know all the little what-the-fuck-ever-cores and subgenres

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TEAR OUT THE HEART“VIOLENCE”

Tear Out the Heart are an ambitious band hailing from St. Louis Missouri.  They have only been around since 2011, and Violence marks their first album for Victory Records.  They have a very unique sound and they are out to prove to the world that they will be a viable force in the metalcore realm. It’s hard to put a

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TERROR“LIVE BY THE CODE”

Terror have been a staple in the hardcore scene for 10-plus years.  Like most bands in this genre, they tour incessantly, preaching the gospel of the genre.  They are serious about their music and out to prove they are here to stay with Live By The Code.  It’s not just a music career for them … it’s a lifestyle they are proud

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JUNGLE ROT“TERROR REGIME”

Jungle Rot have been a presence in the death metal scene for almost 20 years.  They have put out eight solid albums and toured incessantly during this time  They, however, have never seemed to garner the respect of the metal community. In 2013 that will change, as Terror Regime is their best offering to date.  It’s a bit different than

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Comeback Kid - Die Knowing

COMEBACK KID “DIE KNOWING”

Knowing your niche is a good thing, musically. It means you know what you’re good at, you rarely stray outside your comfort zone, and almost

Erimha - Reign Through Immortality

ERIMHA “REIGN THROUGH IMMORTALITY”

I was a bit surprised to see a symphonic black/death metal band like Erimha signed to Victory Records.  That is, pleasantly surprised!  It seems a

AS THEY BURN“WILL, LOVE, LIFE”

When it comes to describing music I hate using genres. What do I hate even more? Fucking subgenres. I don’t know why we feel the

TEAR OUT THE HEART“VIOLENCE”

Tear Out the Heart are an ambitious band hailing from St. Louis Missouri.  They have only been around since 2011, and Violence marks their first

TERROR“LIVE BY THE CODE”

Terror have been a staple in the hardcore scene for 10-plus years.  Like most bands in this genre, they tour incessantly, preaching the gospel of the genre.

JUNGLE ROT“TERROR REGIME”

Jungle Rot have been a presence in the death metal scene for almost 20 years.  They have put out eight solid albums and toured incessantly