Witchcryer’s debut record, Cry Witch, brings you doom just how you like it – laced with riffs, riffs, and more riffs.
Xenosis mixes a good amount of smarts with a healthy dose of heart and applies a touch of brutal heaviness to finish things off nicely with Devour and Birth.
Extermination Process is a disgustingly brutal album, full of crushing riffs and rage-imbued lyrics, but it doesn’t do a whole lot to impress.
Blind to Reality is a competent enough death metal record, but it does nothing to stand out from the crowd.
The Hour Be None is a decent record, helped by the countless quality riffs, atmospheric moments and general doom on show.
Both songs provide you with pure death metal bliss. They are monstrous tracks, full of power, depth and incredible musicianship. Engulf is the real deal!
If you ever thought your death metal needed more flamenco influences then Impureza’s La Caída De Tonatiuh is definitely for you.
Samarkind’s debut record is short and sweet hard blues rock, with eight tracks that are all good fun, but it does little to stand out from the pack.
Chaosvolution is an okay record built upon a solid enough foundation, but I wish Absalem embraced a darker, heavier sound.
The Body Politic have some decent ideas, but they need to work on fitting them all together as a cohesive, enjoyable whole.