Brutal death metal is, in essence, the most extreme form of the parent genre, taking all of the intensity…
Inspired by the famed and horrific Chernobyl nuclear disaster on the night of April 26th, 1986, German brutal/technical death…
Wormhole’s The Weakest Among Us (Lacerated Enemy Records) is an attack on the senses that, whilst not breaking any boundaries, still swings like an angry gorilla and hurts like it should.
Visceral Disgorge’s Slithering Evisceration (Agonia Records) is half an hour of whipping frenzy and furious savagery, snarling with hunger. Bascially, it’s a damn good time!
Out August 16th via Relapse Records, Obscene Majesty is the record that Devourment fans have been yearning for, and it doesn’t disappoint.
Out via Lacerated Enemy Records, South Africa’s Vulvodynia unleash 35 minutes of deathcore-leaning slamming, sonic brutality with Mob Justice.
Violent By Design is a short but joyful foray into slam/deathcore’s blissful bloodshower. Give Eye Of The Destroyer a spin, and may you unsuspecting fans be won over by the guys’ intensity and enthusiasm.
We’ve partnered up with Christchurch, New Zealand’s slamming death metal group, Organectomy to debut their new “Intracranial Incubation” lyric video!
Eye Of The Destroyer’s latest EP, Starved and Hanging, is full of brutality, but devoid of much substance.
To my ears, Colorado’s Excommunion presents a merging of brutal death metal and atmospheric black metal styles. It works best to describe them as skullfucking brutal as their latest release, Thronosis, is predominantly just that.
Brutal death metal band Desecrate the Faith hail from Texas and are now streaming a new song called “Sacrilege Reborn” off their upcoming release, Unholy Infestation.
San Diego’s brutal death metal band, Condemned, are no streaming the song “Omniscient Perturbations” of their long-awaited third full-length effort titled, Divine Shadow.