Tag Archive: Death Metal

Jul 12

Album Review: Across the Swarm – Across the Swarm

Across the Swarm - Across the Swarm

Across the Swarm [Italy]
Across the Swarm
2014
EP
Independent
Brutal Death Metal

On first look/listen, Italy’s Across the Swarm seems like another of those brutal death metal bands of late, with their eponymous debut EP featuring the usual gory and disturbing cover artwork, and even opening track Hang Out easily reminding one …

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Jul 05

Album Review: Siaskel – Jatenentolpen Thejin

Siaskel - Jatenentolpen Thejin

Siaskel [Chile]
Jatenentolpen Thejin
2014
Full Length
Independent
Black/Death Metal

Chile has already proven itself to be a potent breeding ground for some pretty barbaric and bestial extreme metal, with recent releases by bands like Demonic Rage leaving quite a deep mark on me. Siaskel hails from this vicious land as …

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Jun 29

Album Review: Nihilo – Dum Spiro Spero

NIhilo - Dum Spiro Spero

Nihilo [Switzerland]
Dum Spiro Spero
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death Metal

Dum Spiro Spero is disturbing and haunting Swiss death merchants Nihilo‘s sophomore full length album, and is yet another release to feature the epic, apocalyptic artwork of the excellent Paolo Girardi, leaving one to expect an extremely uneasy listening.

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Jun 29

Album Review: Omnihility – Deathscapes of the Subconscious

Omnihility - Deathscapes of the Subconscious

Omnihiity [USA]
Deathscapes of the Subconscious
2014
Full Length
Unique Leader Records
Technical/Brutal Death Metal

Unique Leader seems to be on a roll recently with the whole string of technical and brutal death metal releases, and I’ll be lying if I said that I didn’t enjoy them and found …

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Jun 22

Album Review: Eternal Oblivion – Human Fields

Eternal Oblivion - Human Fields

Eternal Oblivion [USA]
Human Fields
2014
Full Length
Horror Pain Gore Death Productions
Death/Thrash Metal

I initially didn’t think much of American death/thrash metal band Eternal Oblivion with the extremely crude cover artwork on their debut full length, Human Fields. But upon first listen to their energetic style of death/thrash metal, …

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