Crushing debut full length of this Death Metal band from Chile. Comes in a beautiful A5 (a bit smaller than A5 but bigger than a normal digipack). This band has a technical touch that really impresses me. For fans of IMMOLATION but also of GOJIRA. Almost 50 minutes of really cool stuff.
ETERNIUM is a Symphonic Black/Death Metal band hailing from the American Midwest in St. Louis, Missouri, and was initially the solo project of Markov Soroka in early 2011. The one man project eventually became a full band in August 2012. The band took to the studio in winter 2012 to record their first full-length album ?Repelling A Solar Giant? which will be released by Blast Head Records. Symphonic Black Metal as well as the crushing force of Swedish Death Metal. This is a must for fans of Dissection, Amon Amarth and Emperor.
Archaic, cold, grim Black Metal from Argentina. Melancholic, atmospheric yet brutal Black Metal. A good & Solid work. With members of bands like HORDA PROFANA, ARTES NEGRAS, ex-GRIMA MORSTUA among others.
I'm sure you already know this band if you are familiar with Chilean / Southamerican Death Metal. If you like MELEKTAUS you will love this one. If you like IMMOLATION, you can't miss this one. With members of DOMINUS XUL, MELEKTAUS TOTTEN KORPS or DOMINUS XUL, this band simply kills. No more words needed. Killer.
This is a collaboration of 2 of Spain's best extreme metal bands. GRAVEYARD (Death Metal) and KÖRGULL THE EXTERMINATOR (Black Thrash Metal). GRAVEYARD contribute with 2 brand new songs, a PARADISE LOST COVER ("Eternal") and a cover of KÖRGULL THE EXTERMINATOR. KÖRGULL THE EXTERMINATOR also feature 2 brand new songs, a 2012 re-recording of "Devoted To Death" and a cover of GRAVEYARD.
In 2013 Doomentia Records released this split in vinyl format. This is the first time ever this release is available in CD format.
Its not easy to find some bands that take you 20-25 years back in times, when Death Metal was only obscure, rotten and ugly. In that aspect ?Tomb of the Mouldered Corpses? sounds like some of the late 80?s American and Scandinavian Death Metal bands....
Established in 2004, Palermo, Italy's Haemophagus have been spreading the death grind disease through two full-length albums plus multiple 7" and CD splits. "Necromantical Death Grind: the Early Years" features all the records they have released between 2004 and 2007. Packed with with abominable band pics, flyers, extensive liner notes and a front artwork drawn by artist Marco Failla, this repulsive piece of plastic shows Haemophagus' innards for all to smell and see. Out on Despise the Sun records exclusively.
Debut full length of this bestial Death/Black Metal band from Argentina. A solid debut of this band reminiscent of Argentine elite band INFERNAL CURSE. When I listen to this stuff I also hear some HELLHAMMER in it. If you like the INFERNAL CURSE stuff you will like this one as well.
While INCANTATION's "Onward to Golgotha" debut is rightly considered one of the greatest death metal albums ever, the band arguably surpassed that landmark with its follow-up, "Mortal Throne of Nazarene".
Second full length of this Chilean Melodic Death / Doom Metal band. Dark melodies meet heavy and low-tuned riffs in this excellent produced album. Cool band that is starting to get the deserved recognition. Excellent compositions, high quality music in here.
Second full length of this Spanish Death Metal band. More mature, with a better sound and production than their debut. Released in 2012. For fans of MORBID ANGEL, IMMOLATION. With members of EVIL RISE, LLVME, MASS BURIAL , among others.
"In the Name of True Death Metal" is the debut mini-album of MORBID MESSIAH. This work was self-released early in 2016. "In the Name of True Death Metal" is a fresh stench of rotteness that will blow your mind!
As its title unapologeticaly states, "In the Name of True Death Metal" is no more and certainly less DEATH fucking METAL done in the ancient way. Hailing from Mexico, MORBID MESSIAH might be a fairly new horde, but the quartet bleed such authenticity, such a deep understanding of what makes the blood coursing through the Metal of Death so vital, that you'd be forgiven for thinking their debut record came out during the turn of the '90s. No trendy Swedeath worship, no tired Tampa tropes, no boring gore - just utter darkness and filth!