Category Archive: Album Review

Apr 17

Album Review: Contaminated – Pestilential Decay

Contaminated - Pestilential Decay

Contaminated [Australia]
Pestilential Decay
2014
Demo
Crawling Chaos Productions
Death Metal

From the land that brought to death metal fanatics bands such as Ignivomous, Impious Baptism and the likes spits forth yet another filthy, cavernous death metal act in the form of Contaminated. With only a sole member behind the band, Contaminated this …

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Apr 17

Album Review: Seprevation – Consumed

Seprevation - Consumed

Seprevation [UK]
Consumed
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death/Thrash Metal

3 years after their formation, UK’s death/thrash metal horde Seprevation finally unleashes their debut full length album. Consumed promises to be a treat to fans of bands such as Death, Possessed and Sadistic Intent, but one realises quickly enough that there is more than that …

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Apr 15

Album Review: Den Saakaldte – Faen I Helvete

Den Saakaldte [Norway]
Faen I Helvete
2014
Full Length
Agonia Records
Black Metal

The thing that brought Den Saakaldte‘s 2009 debut All Hail Pessimism to my attention was the ability for the band to fuse cold, depressive black metal with slight avant-garde of bands such as Sigh to create a unique and memorable …

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Apr 13

Album Review: Vanhelgd – Relics of Sulphur Salvation

Vanhelgd - Relics of Sulphur Salvation

Vanhelgd [Sweden]
Relics of Sulphur Salvation
2014
Full Length
Pulverised Records
Death Metal

Pulverised Records always has the penchant to sign some of the most surprising old school Swedish death metal bands, and the latest band to put out new material under their roster is Vanhelgd with their third …

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Apr 10

Album Review: Fisthammer – Infallible

Fisthammer - Infallible

Fisthammer [USA]
Infallible
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death Metal

After postponing listening to Fisthammer‘s sophomore album, Infallible for weeks, I finally got down to taking the plunge. The Philadelphia outfit’s last album, Devour All You See was a rather melodic effort, but did not really manage to stick to my mind, but …

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