The prolific duo exhibits a new identity while traversing death doom territories that will be very recognizable to any of their followers. On their seventh work, Graveyard Of Souls continue their philosophical journey between melodic and skillfully ornamented songs, being able to convey as much light as darkness to anyone who approaches their dilated sonic canvases. An old school album for old school fans, absolutely recommended if you love Paradise Lost, Tiamat, Crematory, or Alastis.
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Excellent second album by the Irish band. They take elements form black, death, doom, and their traditional music to portray a wide variety of atmospheres and moods. Guttural growls are used in contrast with harmonious choral sections and ‘sean-nós’ vocals. Irish melodies and time signatures are incorporated with aggressive metallic and progressive elements. This distinctive approach to metal music coupled with lyrics sung entirely in Gaelige truly makes Corr Mhóna a one of a kind band.
“Dölmenn” is the second, heavyweight, and super brute album by Cabeza De Caballo. Heavy rock and stoner doom made by cavemen who occasionally get high and even blast-beat. Instead of instruments, they use bones. Dear paleontologists, the missing link of humanity is in Granada.
It’s a pity that Cuerno split up shortly after releasing this first album. With members of Lords Of Bukkake, Simón Del Desierto, Morbid Flesh, La Matanza, or Tort, the Barcelona band coat these songs here at a snail’s pace with a mantle of sadness and melancholy, sometimes in a more classical way and sometimes travelling to other planets in a joint-fueled astral trip. Doom and sludge that doesn’t try to choke you, with contemplative lapses, and with Michel in God mode on drums.
Do you remember this cover? There is only one word that can define what “Absence Spells Beyond” meant in the Spanish black metal scene in general and the symphonic one in particular: mythic. Reissue on CD with “Absence Spells Beyond...” and their first album “Trapped in the Depths of Eve...” as bonus. Dimmu Borgir were from Barcelona?! Wonderful.
Ouija always come back, just as cold, just as classic, and even if they polish their sound a bit, just as good. Pure Swedish nineties sound in this EP as recommendable as their entire discography. Black metal as a way of life. Aragonese wolves in search of fresh meat.
Fifth album by this pagan black army with several veterans from bands like Deviltook, Svipdagr, Famishgod or Dis Gob. “Enuma Elish” will take you to that world we long for, the one where steel rules, there are badass monstrosities and disputes end with severed heads.
Second album by Chains Ov Beleth, project of the musician Heolstor before he renamed the band Mystagos. Here the Madrilenian presents us with an avant-garde and very personal black metal totally recommended for anyone fascinated by Satyricon’s “Rebel Extravaganza”. This guy never fails.
“The Demise of Mankind” was Hat’s first album before they changed their name to Dødsritual. This is very devoted black metal from their native Norway, with many reminiscences of Taake or early Gorgoroth. Long live Satan and death to all!!
First and so far only album by the black metal band Eld. If all you want in your life is a return to the glory days of the great Norwegian wave, this album is for you. No nonsense: just the anti-Christian noise you crave.
Compilation of three demos by Human Waste, one of the pioneer death metal bands in Catalonia and Spain. “So is Death” (1993), “Existential Nausea” (1992) and “The Miracle of Death” (1991) is material that every collector of the old and macabre must have. It abhors life and embraces death. With the kind of sound that really matters.
Excellent and posthumous sixth album by Mistweaver. The melodic death of the band from Burgos is a filigree, and it is not surprising that this work garnered great reviews from the media. Melodeath can break asses and Mistweaver knew it well. Highly recommended.
From the cover itself, an abominable work of uncompromising brutal death. We love this album! It crushes you, mistreats you, shakes you, makes you feel like real scum. Lethal and underground sound, no fucking unreal super productions!! A butchery from start to finish.
A fierce and tumultuous exercise of technical and mysterious brutal death. Dude, did you hear that fuckin’ bass?! These guys know how to play, and they put their technique at the service of the song, not the other way around. They don’t fuck with you, they’re just fuckin’ masters. It was worth the wait. A scandal of a second album. A violent tornado with a very careful production.
Putrefying brutal death and goregrind ejaculation not suitable for sensitive minds, let alone whiny postmodern trash. 33 tracks, each one more execrable and filthier. Further proof that, fortunately, humanity is going to shit. Despicable and delicious.
From Colombia, Supremacía are only looking to amputate your genitals. Debut EP full of homicidal riffs, insane vocals and infernal miasmatic music. Slam, predators, no mercy. Their brutal death is as pure as their country’s cocaine. Really good, fellas!!
"Ultratumba II" is the second compilation of that mutilating grind death machine known as Machetazo. This iron clad of old school brutality gathers tracks that appeared on vinyls, EPs, and splits released between 2006 and 2014, resulting in 22 corrosive and infectious songs. Any die-hard Machetazo fan must have these 72 minutes of abrasion!