Dark Descent Records
Modern technical death metal exploded in the earlier part of the new millenium, and as trends go, technical death metal had to devolve in competency and passionate play before the scene washed out in favor of a more diverse musical climate, featuring more bands with a mix of styles rather
Interment is a veteran band in the underground Swedish death metal scene, with releases dating as far back as 1991, when Swedish death metal first made its way into public consciousness. Through the years, they’ve released a variety of demos and splits, revered by more knowledgable deathers who keep an
Temple Nightside, a Dark Descent Records alum, has just hopped onto Iron Bonehead Productions’ roster of bands and dropped what has to be their most potent effort to-date, the blackened doom-tinged ritual excursion entitled The Hecatomb. The Hecatomb sounds a bit like early Encoffination with occasional tremolo riffs scattered about.
Sheidim’s new album Shrines of the Void hits the streets on June 24th, and will be released via both Dark Descent Records // Me Saco Un Ojo Records. What does this band sound like? They sound like a raging sea of pure hate that has the power to rip away
Tyranny’s Aeons in Tectonic Interment features five epic tracks of funeral doom/death with fitting song titles such as “Sunless Deluge” and “Preparation of a Vessel.” Find an abandoned tunnel and light some candles for this descent into distress. There’s nary a blast beat or uptempo thrash riff in this slow,
A new release from Undergang is cause for celebration. These guys just know how to make filthy, dark death metal right. Their new album, Doden Laeger All Sar, comes courtesy of vaunted label Dark Descent Records, and Undergang deliver the goods as expected. Their previous release, som til din ligkiste,