Vulture Industries - The Tower

Extreme Prog / Avantgarde Metal 02.10.2013

Long gone are the Arcturus copycat days, now Vulture Industries just released their most personal album to date. Soaring, theatrical, twisted, deeply emotional, awesome.

Try here or there!

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Gorguts - Colored Sands

Gorguts 02.10.2013

Definitely my favorite of the decade+ long comeback album craze that has been happening lately.

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psykometal
Troy Killjoy



Mörkö - Itsensänimeävä

Blackened Doom 26.09.2013

The recent Finnish trend for the bizarre and psychedelic continues. All that's good in the worlds of black, doom, and mindfuck compiled into 35 minutes of gloomy chaos.
Listen over here.
Picked by: Apothecary
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Carcass - Surgical Steel

Perfectly balanced 25.09.2013

Most probably the best comeback album since 2004. Whichever Carcass album you used to like, you will find somehting for you here.
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Daniell
BloodTears



Subrosa - More Constant Than The Gods

Psychedelic Sludge Metal 25.09.2013

There's not much I can say about SubRosa that I haven't said before. They are undoubtedly the best at what they do in the female-membered doom circuit, and More Constant Than The Gods is the perfect follow up to their sophomore album. If you like moody, psychedelic sludge metal with eccentric female vocals and oddly dissonant violin then this is the album for you.

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Mr. Doctor, R'Vannith, BloodTears
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Carpe Noctem - In Terra Profugus

Black Metal 20.09.2013

52 minutes of raw, chaotic Black Metal from Iceland that is as haunting as it is hypnotizing. Fantastic songwriting, amazing atmosphere, great debut!

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Feto In Fetus - Condemned To The Torture

Deathgrind 20.09.2013

Deathgrind you say? And from Poland? Hell yea, I'll check it out.

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psykometal
Mr. Doctor
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Grave Miasma - Odori Sepulcrorum

Blah Blah Death Metal Blah 17.09.2013

Blah blah, death metal, blah cavernous and evil, blah de blah blah pride of the UK scene blah awesome blah.




Satan - Life Sentence

Heavy Fucking Metal 17.09.2013

I guess you could say that, on many accounts, I have been Court In the Act of headbanging to this album like a crazy person.



The Nihilistic Front - Procession To Annihiliation

Extreme doom 16.09.2013

Did you have a rough monday?
Feel free to ruin your whole week with this.




Newsted - Heavy Metal Music

Album title says it all 15.09.2013

It's not groundbreaking, it's not genre-defining, it's not brutal, surprising, innovative. It's, simply put, cool. And that's all it needs to be to please me.
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Daniell
psykometal, Introspekrieg



Consciousness Removal Project - Tacit

Post-metal 15.09.2013

At times overwhelming to the senses, Tacit will make you look inside yourself with dizzying melodies; it will make you convulse with the bursts of energy it unleashes and it will leave a mark, a scar if you will, that you will want to revisit frequently. It is a colossus of soothing ambiences to get lost in.

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R'Vannith, Ivor, Mr. Doctor
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Dreadnought - Lifewoven

Folk-y Prog Rock/Metal with some BM aesthetics 11.09.2013

Just listen to it.



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Ulcerate - Vermis

Death Metal - God Tier 10.09.2013

Ulcerate practically need no introduction on this site anymore. They are endeared with the respect and awe of almost everyone that's heard them. If you haven't yet heard them I bet you're well curious about them now, eh?



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Duobetic Homunkulus - Ani Já Ani Ty Robit Něbudzeme, šedněme Do Koča, Vozit še Budzeme

Funtastic Tech-Death 02.09.2013

Disappointed by the recent !T.O.O.H.! album? Well let's not forget the existence of this then. Featuring Wokis of the aforementioned !T.O.O.H.! at the helm, this wonderful little Duobetic Homunkulus EP is far more likely to appease those dissatisfied fans than anything else released this year. Not only is this one of the most creative tech-death records ever made, it's probably the most fun. It quite literally doesn't take itself too seriously; something pretty rare for the genre.




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