Superb second album from the London band. This album smells of mould and putrefaction, and on it you’ll only find visions of maggots wallowing in dead flesh. Funereal, untamed, and with a little more black metal. They are infallible.
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2016 EP by the unspeakable English band. Eaten away death metal, shrouded in secrecy. The lodge continues to put music to this party for unburied corpses.
Unbelievable first album by Grave Miasma. Impossible to imagine a death metal record collection missing this opus on the shelf. Like opening a centenary tomb and sniffing everything that emanates from it. Basic to understand the death of this century.
Grave Miasma’s first work in EP form, albeit of generous length. Also their first punch on the table, of course. A highly praised tribute to all that is corrupt, in a complete state of decomposition.
Demonic and unhinged debut. Insurmountable evil by members from Blood Incantation, Spectral Voice, Khemmis, Primitive Man... One of the best albums of 2020, excellent in every aspect. The darkness made album. Sadistic.
James Read of Conqueror founded his new project, Revenge, in 2000, and released his first album “Triumph.Genocide.Antichrist” in 2003. We still regret it. This is the band that decides what is extreme metal and what is not. A sonic holocaust.
Third album by that Canadian thermonuclear bomb called Revenge. Black death until you are reduced to ashes. These people are over the top.
Revenge reached new heights of metallic barbarism with “Scum.Collapse.Eradication”, their fourth album. An unparalleled outrage only for the brave. Too extreme, too good.
Australian cult Portal released “Seepia” in 2003 and the most remote and underground death metal was never the same again. Experimental, twisted, dark and deranged. A fuckin’ game changer.
Portal’s second manic lucubration. Lovecraftian gods emerged from the seas to swallow your sanity. A different, traumatic, influential, and magnificent band.
Black Witchery are easily our favourite war metal band. Oh, forgive us, Blasphemy! And Proclamation, and Deiphago... Bah, who cares. “Upheaval of Satanic Might” is the Luciferian carnage you’ve come to expect. Brutal as always.
Fourth album by the merciless Swedish band. Black metal, black death, or war metal: take your pick, and this riffraff will rip your guts out. A ritual murder.
Second EP by Balmog, still prior to their first album. Criminal black metal, surely their most atrocious and cruel recording. You must listen to this massacre.
Enormous work. Balmog’s second album, where it becomes clear that they are up to something big. They are way above average! A ceremony of chaos, darkness, death, and divine greatness. Lethal and absolutely recommended.
First album of this blackened speed/thrash metal band that quickly got the approval of every sick person. With members like Iñaki (Looking For An Answer, Moho, Dishammer...), “Vermin Hell” bites where it hurts the most at all times. Brawling and smelly!
EP from 2015 by this historic black metal band from Madrid. Distinguished and suicidal material as only Smaug could give birth to. That knife on the cover will be the one that slits your wrists.
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Everyone involved in the underground knows what an earthquake “Litourgiya” was in contemporary extreme metal. Then what happened happened, and that’s where this album was left for posterity. A very personal mix of thrilling melodic black between orthodox masses that only Batushka could create.
A staple in any collection available in digipack CD.