Album Review ESCARNIUM Interitus


ESCARNIUM “Interitus”

Redefining Darkness Records (N.America) Testimony Records (Europe)

Well, some months ago a compilation from this Brazilian beast left me literally in shock, and it presaged a really brutal full length album next to be released.

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Album Review SARCOPTES Songs and dances of Death


SARCOPTES “Songs and dances of Death”

Cimmerian Shade Recordings

Wow! From the very first second you already smell putrefaction here. There is something inside this album that belongs to the other side, the dark one. And I’m really impressed because of high quality of music consecrated to black arts, with no mercy to weak ears.

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Album Review HERETIQUE De Non Existentia Dei


HERETIQUE “De Non Existentia Dei”

Via Nocturna

And then there you have it: another damn good metal band from Poland. It seems like these guys have really good school in extreme metal music, as they composed a very interesting album of death/black metal with modern elements here and there, and heavy touches of complexity.

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Album Review MACABRA to the Bone


MACABRA “…to the Bone”

Morbid Visions Music

Once again it’s a pleasure to review a superlative death metal album coming from people really involved in the genre, for years. This time is for an underrated band of artist Mark Riddick and Adrien, the French guy from Vociferian, ex Goatholocaust, etc.

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Album Review WARFIELD Hosco



The Horror Dimention/ Damnation ad Bestias

What a piece of aggressiveness I have here! After almost five years, this beast is back and definitely they made it big. Coming from Mexico, Polo (aka Hellfire) and Ivan (aka Camel) had made clear that this is not a joke, and they have reached a major status in extreme black metal genre, in this country.

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Album Review BIZARRE Inner Necropolis


BIZARRE “Inner Necropolis”

Xtreem Music

This is an excellent piece of death metal forged in obscured atmospheres, venomous guitar riffs and monstrous gutturals. Formed in 2015, this Spanish entity reunites musicians from different bands like Onirophagus, Elderdawn, and the super project FamishGod.

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Album Review ARCHITYRANTS Black water revelation


ARCHITYRANTS “Black water revelation”


According to the info, this Brazilian beast has been active since 1998, when they used the original name “A Tribute to the Plague”. They released various demos before a debut album in 2003, or something, and then they changed the name to ARCHITYRANTS.

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