Saturday, May 8, 2010
Awesome New England Black metal band from Connecticut. They Released this album in 2009. Really good USBM sounds with almost sort of an Autopsy feel at times. This album was so well done that i barely feel worthy of its unholiness. I heard that there may be a manifestation of a tape cassette release of this one. The CD's and Vinyl for it are still available through www.hotairpress.com! I'm pretty sure Red Scroll Records in CT. put it out so you also may have a chance to get your hands on one through them.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
This band is quite certainly, (or arguably... or both) responsible for some of the most stimulating, critically hated, abhorrently induced blog threads ever posted on the Encyclopaedia Metallum reviews page. From Cranston, Rhode Island this is Masters in Lunacy by GRAVESIDESERVICE. An album recorded in New England with gloaming soundscapes founded on a deranged concept. Masters in Lunacy bends our ear holes into new platforms of listening. An album that gets weird but still packs bite like a kick to the teeth. Even far more depressing than the fowl stench from a sense of false hope at a funeral. Plan on taking a shower after listening to these guys, this shit is full of awesome filth.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Transneobathasaurkaldelusions Of The Unknown 01:182. The Magus 04:043. Agonizing the Dead 03:144. Sadistikly Exekuted 05:525. Cautness Darling Blood 04:006. Possessed Haemorrhage 04:327. Lupercalia 03:268. Spirits are Komming 04:419. I'll Kill You Bastard 04:13
Hard, blackened death metal from Australia. The Magus is harsh and chaotic, Sedistik Exekution drops bombs of devastating violence with a unique madness of originality. It was recorded back in 1986 but not released by Vampire Records until the early 90's. Created way fucking ahead of its time. Nasty production with tons of analog grit. The Magus is a truly fucking brutal masterpiece.