Tag Archive: Death Metal

Jun 12

Greg Mackintosh of Vallenfyre discussed Fear Those Who Fear Him

Vallenfyre just released their third studio album titled Fear Those Who Fear Him, a collection of 10 crushing songs that together clocked exactly at 39:00 minutes, It might seems short compared with Splinters (2014) and A Fragile King (2011), but fear not as Vallenfyre really have been busy polishing their already dark and raw sound. …

Continue reading »

Jun 08

Carach Angren – Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten (2017)

Dutch masters of horror, Carach Angren, have been releasing gruesomely haunting music for nearly 15 years now. From the 2004 demo, The Chase Vault Tragedy, up to the 2015 full-length, This is no Fairytale, Dennis Droomers and the two Wijers brothers, gave the world their own brutal twist on original stories and events through Symphonic Black Metal, …

Continue reading »

Jun 02

Suffocation – … Of The Dark Light (2017)

For about 26 years, Technical Death Metal masters, Suffocation, from New York, have been releasing crushing and brutal Death Metal. Arguably one of the first Death Metal bands to incorporate technical elements, Suffocation have paved the way for many modern Death Metal bands. With seven full-length albums, including the beasts that are Effigy of the …

Continue reading »

Jun 01

Thorsten Bauer of Leaves Eyes discussed new Atrocity & Leaves Eyes albums.

Leaves Eyes returned to the USA for a second tour less than a year after their successful run with Sonata Arctica last November/December. This time around they came on a tour along with Battle Beast and supporting Sabaton. This time around they had the chance to play at bigger venues before a larger and more diverse …

Continue reading »

May 26

Jimmy Lundqvist of Entrails discussed World Inferno and the band’s reforming moment

In 1990/1991, in Linneryd, Sweden, Entrails, was started by Jimmy Lundqvist and Fredde. Tobbe and Billy joined the band shortly after, and Entrails‘ idea was to follow the footsteps of other Swedish Death Metal bands like Entombed, Grave, and Dismember. However, half of the band left in 1994, and Jimmy completely stopped writing songs in 1998. …

Continue reading »

May 09

Matt Harvey of Gruesome/Exhumed discussed metal, comics, horror, and Death’s legacy.

Florida/California Death metal machine Gruesome had just wrapped up their first West Coast tour before joining Obituary on an East Coast take over. The band recently released their second EP titled Fragments of Psyche which includes a new song, a cover of Death‘s Choke On It and five raw demos from their debut album Savage …

Continue reading »

Apr 28

Azarath – In Extremis (2017)

For nearly twenty years, Azarath, have been bringing their Blackened Death Metal madness to the masses. Mostly known for being the drummer of the mighty Behemoth, Zbigniew Robert Promiński, aka, Inferno, formed the band with Bruno and D in 1998 in Tczew, Poland. Inferno is the only founding member left in Azarath today. But the …

Continue reading »

Apr 25

FIRESPAWN – The Reprobate (2017)

It is without a doubt that Sweden has some of the best bands in the extreme metal world. For me personally, Sweden is home to some of my favorite Death and Black Metal bands, and I’m proud to say that the mighty Firespawn, is one of them!  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

Continue reading »

Apr 20

HATE – Tremendum (2017)

Forming 27 years ago, HATE has been contributing their Blackened Death Metal blasphemy to the Polish Metal scene, and to metal fans across the world. With nine full-length albums total to their discography, HATE will be releasing their tenth full-length album entitled, Tremendum ”via Napalm Records on May 5th. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

Continue reading »

Mar 23

Memoriam – For The Fallen (2017)

Death metal supergroup Memoriam is made up of Frank Healy (ex-Napalm Death), Andrew Whale (ex-Bolt Thrower), Scott Fairfax (ex-Benediction), and Karl Willetts (ex-Bolt Thrower). I know, quite a start. They’ve put out a few demos and are now releasing their first full-length March 24th via Nuclear Bast.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

Continue reading »

Mar 13

Evocation – The Shadow Archetype (2017)

Starting out recording a couple demos, Evocation shook up the Swedish death metal scene with the sheer ferocity in their live shows and unique sound they produced with influences from many different areas. Despite their hiatus and lineup change many years ago, they eventually got back in the studio. They then recorded five full-length albums, …

Continue reading »

Older posts «