UK slam/death troop Ingested return with their most refined, punishing offering to date and you can read our review of their fifth album here.
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.
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.
On their latest album, Manchester brutalists Ingested serve up a delicious feast of slamming death metal the likes of which is very rarely heard in the UK.
Is being predictable a good thing or a bad thing when it comes to metal? Look at the metalcore scenes, the glut of deathcore bands, in fact, any scene that produces a success story or two usually ends up with a whole league of run-of-the-mill bands who do nothing but churn out second rate versions of their influences. On the other hand, in the case of the gore metal scene, predictability can be a good thing as is the case with Bristol stalwarts Amputated.