Zealotry first came into view as a death metal project by Roman Temin vowing to create technical yet atmospheric music. The vision evoked would ideally have arisen from the intricate and distinctively gnarly riffs of bands such as Timeghoul, Demilich and Immolation; the last one of these three turned out to be the dominating influence, and their molding into a new and thoughtful work of metal would be handled carefully taking after the fashion of the craftmanship seen in the early work of At the Gates. 2,462 more words
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Alright! That’s it! Sit down, kids, right now. Right fucking now! I want you to throw something out the window right now: the stereotype amongst too many people that the only good albums come from bigger, more well-known labels and from more well-known bands. 695 more words
New Zealand progressive death metallers Ulcerate have premiered the title track off of their upcoming album, Shrines of Paralysis. The track features over nine minutes of complex structures, technically proficient guitar work, unorthodox melodies and crushingly heavy rhythms. 154 more words
This is the second album from Turkish death metal band Carnophage.
Sitting and writing this on a lazy Sunday morning, I’m listening to Monument again and it’s like a force of nature is rushing out of the speakers into my ears, engaging my brain and waking me up like it’s slapping me in the face over and over again. 284 more words
Minnesota technical death metallers Face of Oblivion have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album. The new record, which follows 2011’s The Embers of Man… 77 more words
Pennsylvanian death metal duo Burial in the Sky have announced the release of their debut full-length album. The new effort, which follows their 2014… 70 more words