Category: Album Review

Exocrine- The Hybird Suns

Technical death metal’s most underappreciated band Exocrine is releasing another genre bending album this Friday June 17th “The Hybrid Suns”. The previous album “Maelstrom” even included some saxophone besides being heavy and complex. If you’re familiar with the band, you know what you’re getting into. Lots of groove, […]

Vulnificus- Invocation

Chaotic Brutal Death Metal group Vulnificus is releasing their EP “Invocation” June 10th and there is a stream I’ll be linking in our article for your listening pleasure that just dropped on Slam Worldwide. I’ve been following this band since last year and their progress all leading up […]

Soreption- Jord

Soreption is releasing its anticipated album “Jord” this Friday June 10th. The last album “Monument Of The End” wasn’t bad by any means and had a handful of bangers. Guitarist Mikael Almgren exited and entered Ian Waye (who’s currently a live guitarist). I am not sure who wrote […]

Mimesis- Trilogy

The one cool thing about my job is getting to check out music before it drops and the friendships that come of it. I’ve known Will for years through The Beast Of Nod and recently started a project in 2019 called Mimesis that is totally different than his […]

Enragement- Atrocities

Finnish brutal death metal band Enragement is releasing their third album this Friday April 29th via Rising Nemesis Records. This is my first exposure to the band and boy is it a treat. They have accomplished something a bit different than your average extreme metal band with “Atrocities”. […]

Dischordia- Triptych

Dischordia is releasing their ambitious full length “Triptych” on Transcending Obscurity Reccords later this month on the 29th. This album falls short of nothing and improves on the two song journey “Binge/Purge” from 4 years ago that still holds as my personal favorite. They added even more dissonance, […]

Meshuggah- Immutable

The mighty Meshuggah is releasing their first album in years “Immutable” this Friday April 1st. I think a good amount of metalheads know their history “Obzen” will always be my favorite release along with “Chaosphere” and “The Violent Sleep Of Reason” (their last release all the way back […]