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Power of Ground - The Butcher (Review)

Power of Ground are from Bangladesh and this is their début EP. They play Technical Brutal Death Metal.

Here we have aggressive Death Metal played with passion and with an ear for a good riff. 255 more words


Emeth - Aethyr (Review)

Emeth are from Belgium and play Technical Death Metal. This is their fourth album.

Emeth tread that fine line between brutality and technicality and manage to successfully incorporate both into their savage Death Metal assault. 217 more words


Mammal’s 21-Year Hit Parade: 2013, #10 – #6

I haven’t referred to my list of top albums of 2013 that I posted on Metal State at the end of last year. I don’t need to because I know it’s markedly different to my current sets of year-by-year hit parades. 175 more words


Hideous Divinity - Cobra Verde (Review)

This is the second album of Death Metal from Italian band Hideous Divinity.

Here we have a blistering Technical/Brutal Death Metal band that plays crushing music with furious abandon. 166 more words


JOB FOR A COWBOY Debut "The Celestial Antidote" On Metal Injection!

JOB FOR A COWBOY have loosed a third cut from their upcoming “Sun Eater” album. “The Celestial Antidote” is #6 in the sequence of nine songs that, front to back, comprise one of the finest technical death metal albums in recent memory. 447 more words


Annihilation - The Undivided (Review)

Annihilation are from Portugal and this is their latest EP. They play Death Metal.

Their début album Against the Storm was a very enjoyable slab of Death Metal with plenty of brutality and top vocals to enjoy. 237 more words


Diskord - Oscillations (Review)

Diskord are from Norway and this is their latest EP. They play Death Metal.

Diskord play Death Metal that’s fused together with technicality, atypical guitar workouts and strange musical shifts. 207 more words