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EP Review - Theory In Practice - Crescendo Dezign (Listenable Records)

Swedish technical death metallers, Theory In Practice, have just released a new EP called Crescendo Dezign. It is their first release since a two song single, Evolving Transhumanism, that was released in 2015. 836 more words

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THE NATURE OF THE BEAST: Understanding New Zealand’s Extreme Metal Scene.

New Zealand has a strong history of punching above our weight creatively, especially when you consider that we have a population of just over four million people. 2,336 more words


Hour of Penance - Cast the First Stone (Review)

This is the seventh album from Hour of Penance, an Italian death metal band.

Hour of Penance walk the line between technical and brutal death metal; the songs are both sharply played and bluntly brutal. 241 more words


Wormhole - Genesis (Review)

Wormhole are a US/international death metal band and this is their debut album.

Featuring two singers, (from Vulvodynia and Engorging the Autopsy), and containing 27 minutes of cutting edge extremity, this is sure to be a hit with any fan of brutal, slamming death metal, especially if you’re looking for more depth than you usually find on such releases. 310 more words


Rise of R'lyeh EP - Noir

Lovecraft and death metal, it’s like chili powder and cinnamon. Two things that you think don’t really have anything to do with each but when you actually experience them you wonder how you ever doubted. 611 more words


The Replicate - A Selfish Dream

 You know . . . I’m a fan of death metal as much as the next guy, but I’m beginning to detect a trend: the fact that many bands don’t put a lot of passion into their death metal anymore. 452 more words