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Want two tracks that are worth the price of admission? Try Altarage’s latest EP, MMXV, courtesy of Iron Bonehead Productions (vinyl),Sentien Ruin (tape) & Sol Y Nieve Records(tape). Iron Bonehead releases rarely disappoint, and this EP is no exception. Blackened doom/death in the mold of Antiversum your thing? Swallow ash and

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  Here we go. That inevitable time has come when we must contemplate this new release –PISSGRAVE‘s Suicide Euphoria – brought to us by Profound Lore Records. First, the appalling cover art of this album is literally shoved down our throats in all its crude and unmistakable “honesty.” One does

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Italian duo Hadit will give you a blackened death metal habit. Courtesy of Caligari Records, the band has just issued their second release entitled Introspective Contemplation of the Microcosmus. Right now, the record is only available for sale in cassette tape form, but all four tracks that comprise their sophomore

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Ectovoid returns this year with new full-length release, Dark Abstraction, care of Hellthrasher Productions. The band have refocused on a new style on their latest platter, doing blackened death metal homage with catchy, groovy, shredding riffs and galloping chord transitions as the band mixes up tempos nicely. The guitars are

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Some people like blackened death metal dirge just fine. Al Necro, on the other hand, loves it. Tall task in order here – describing just what Abjvration does so distinctly well to put it in plain view for all to see. Abjvration’s The Unquenchable Pyre is hypnotic, doomy, heavy, and

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Remember when we talked about the debut Demo of Irish blackened death metal bestiality MALTHUSIAN, and of how fucked up and awesome the band sounded on that first release of theirs? Well, rejoice – the Irish dudes are back, back at desecrating your ear drums with another punishing blast of vile

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