Undersave’s brand of death metal is decent; their latest, Sadistic Iterations… Tales of Mental Rearrangement, builds around blistering pace and thundering ferocity, but it lacks in any worthwhile experimentation or progression.
Does the deathcore need another album like Palace Of The Pessemist? Read our review to find out if the Los Angeles brutalists have done enough to warrant another spin of their latest offering…
Animus is the debut album from South Wales death metal filth merchants Venom Prison and trust me this slab of extremity does not disappoint one bit. Read our review here…
Russian deathcore newcomers Slaughter To Prevail have reissued their Chapters Of Misery EP via new home Sumerian Records. Read our review here…
Jungle Rot isn’t excessively technical by any means, but they sure know how to take simple riffs and make them sound huge.
The Mortal Compass shows that, while Thy Art Is Murder are still way ahead of the pack, bands like Depths are certainly ensuring the rest of the chasing pack are still keeping them within catching distance.
Abhorrent Deformity is a brutal death metal quartet that hails from Kings Mountain, NC which, on October 30th, 2015, released their debut album, Entity of Malevolence, via Comatose Music.
Listening to Infernus there can be no shoving this under any label other than death fucking metal. It’s brutal, it’s uncompromising, it’s everything that puts fairweather metal fans off the genre.
Dallas brutalists Dealey Plaza dish up an uneasy listen on their latest offering Deliver Us. Read our review here.
On their new EP, UK newcomers An Elegy show that, if you put a bit of thought into it, heavy music can be much more devastating. Read our review here.
Off their highly anticipated new album, Obedience, comes the single “Foresworn”—a guttural, gruesome and unbelievably technical example of the genius and talent behind the modern death metal unit, Bloodtruth.
Technical death metal force Archspire have released the first track off their forthcoming new album, The Lucid Collective. The track, titled “Lucid Collective Sonambulation” is streaming now via YouTube – check it out below. The Lucid Collective will be released on April 29 in North America (April 25 worldwide). Pre-orders are available here.
Today Disfiguring The Goddess has premiered the sixth track cut from the upcoming full-length brutal death metal release Deprive. “Swarm King”, is available for streaming right now via SoundCloud. Take a listen above, and keep an eye out for Deprive hitting music outlets December 10th via Decomp Records. The final track will be posted next Monday, December 9th.
Brutal Family recently posted a stream of Scent of Death’s new album Of Martyrs’s Agony and Hate in its entirety. Check out this brutal release below! The follow-up to their debut record Woven in the Book of Hate displays the solidification necessary to take the band to the next level. The Spaniards have been doing their thing for a long time and it shows as they blast with the same brutal intensity and technical dexterity as bands like Immolation, Origin, Morbid Angel and Behemoth.