21:07 - 3rdWorld Can't remember any black elements there really but my memory is quite vague except the fact that I didn't like it a lot. Not sure why, maybe it was a bit of middleground between brutality and something else.
21:01 - !J.O.O.E.! I think you're thinking of a different record. The EP is some pretty dense blackened death. Less varied than the album, but focuses more on crushing, foreboding atmospheres.
20:59 - 3rdWorld Kinda looks awful so I'll leave it at that, hehe. Damn fine album really, that ep on the other hand sounded somewhat prog melodeath-y or whatever. Didn't enjoy it much, thats why didn't rec it. :P
20:55 - !J.O.O.E.! The big one on the bottom left? Looks like planet sex-toy to me :P
20:54 - 3rdWorld Pretty sure thats a star, not a planet. =P
20:52 - !J.O.O.E.! That was the one I was asked to review. Was good, but found the drums overbearing. That artwork is better than the original one they had, but looks kinda cack up close. Also one of the planets looks like a fleshlight, so...
20:49 - 3rdWorld Don't remember much how it sounded but I didn't enjoy it much I guess. Definitely prefer this to that, and this version of the cover art too. [link]
Masters of dissonance Ulcerate have released a brand new track, easing our qualms after the brevity of the new album teaser previously released. The song off their upcoming album Vermis is aptly titled "Confronting Entropy" and you'll soon see why. The album is due for release on the 13th of September this year through Relapse Records. The track is available for streaming on Soundcloud or alternatively in the YouTube video also below.
Further album details reported previously can be found here and here.
03. Clutching Revulsion
04. Weight Of Emptiness
05. Confronting Entropy
06. Fall To Opprobrium
07. The Imperious Weak
09. Await Rescission
This track is a little "joyful" comparing to previous album. It is really good but I prefer DoA. Also, I do not think that sounding similar to previous album would be a problem for ulcerate since they are, to the best of my knowledge, the only band with this type to dissonant post death metal and their style is far from being saturated