08:58 - Dima I just payed $30 to see both Ne Oblivi and Beyond Creation. Fucking WIN
07:46 - Maco Some good old school thrash metal. [link]
23:09 - Apothecary I wouldn't say the black and the doom is easily distinguishable with Elysian Blaze either (at least not on the latest album)
22:37 - Erik M. It's not exactly Elysian Blaze... by which I mean that the black and doom metal are extremely easily distinguishable.
22:34 - Erik M. I just did though. Of course I wouldn't know, but Brown Jenkins definitely has a doomy vibe going on. Hard to figure out whether it's just slow BM or doom metal. I'm apparently the only one (along with Lucas) who thinks it's doom.
01. Coins Upon The Eyes 02. Dysmorphic 03. (So Passes) The Glory Of Death 04. The Rotting 05. The Shape Of Deaths To Come 06. Necrocracy 07. Sickened 08. Ravening 09. Carrion Call 10. The Rotting 11. The Beginning After The End [deluxe bonus] 12. Not Yet Dead Enough [deluxe bonus] 13. E Pluribus, Mortem [deluxe bonus] 14. Chewed Up, Spit Out [deluxe bonus] 15. Go For The Throat [deluxe bonus]
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 10.02.2014 at 14:54 Has anyone here thought that this record was way better than All Guts?
You wouldn't be making a mistake voting for them in the Awards this year.
No no. Blame me to put up wrong statement. What I meant was this record might be worth of vote in this year's MS awards. Although, few days back on SB I said that Grindcore has tough noms to vote for. I really liked "Devious Persecution...", "Blockheads's This World is Dead" and "Feastem's" new for using punk elements fanatstically. Not really sure who to vote.