20:57 - !J.O.O.E.! I had a feeling it was going to be good just by the cover art.
19:36 - mz that sounds sth made specificly for me, given my love for virus and AT :D sounds excellent indeed
18:05 - LuciferOfGayness The step from Bal-Sagoth to CoF is small so better go Cruelty and the Beast with CoF for the ultimate PM/BM experience
18:03 - !J.O.O.E.! Is the last one similar style? Am on my second play of the new one, and it's currently the joint second best thing I've heard this year, though it could end up on top. Its quality is through the roof.
17:59 - togo95 yup, already the previous record by Pogavranjen was great and this one is even better.
British fun makers, Slugdge, are back again with yet another slab of self-produced, free for stream blackened death metal/sludge metal slug worship, which you can have access to via their Bandcamp now. The new album, titled Dim And Slimeridden Kingdoms, is the follow-up to their well received 2014 record, Gastronomicon, and is streaming in full.
Andrew Markuszewski, guitarist of infamous US blackened sludge act Lord Mantis, has revealed some details about the inner process of making music in the band and future plans for releasing an EP. Fans of recently disbanded sludge metal band Indian could also be happy as seemingly some members of Indian are also going to be featured on the EP.
Christopher Walton, the mastermind of British dark ambient/drone project TenHornedBeast, has announced via the band's Facebook page that he has been recording a lot of new material this year, saying that "2014 has so far been a very productive year, I have recorded more or less constantly since the Spring and have completed no less than 6, yes six!, new recordings."
In a recent interview with Steel For Brains, Jef Stuart "Wrest" Whitehead, the man behind Leviathan and Lurker Of Chalice, has talked about his music, personal life and profession as a tattoo artist. He has also revealed that the new Leviathan album will be titled Scar Sighted and is to be released in early 2015 through Profound Lore Records.
US extreme metal act, Ævangelist, is planning to unleash a new wave of nightmare as a full-length album. The follow up of their 2013 record Omen Ex Simulacra is titled Writhes In The Murk and it will be released via Debemur Morti Production on CD, vinyl and digital this September. Meanwhile, you can have a look at the cover and tracklist here.