Monday, June 5, 2017

Heresiarch - Death Ordinance (2017)



Fuck me on the fucking dick, Heresiarch are finally following up their mega tight EP Hammers of Intransigence with a debut album, one that's taken 6 years to forge and finally put out (July 07 via Dark Descent Records). They only have one track up on the band camp because Dark Descent is a known cock tease, but I'm going to go ahead and give it a certified banger accreditation right now.

New Zealand must be putting ether and contempt in their well water because NZ has good representation when it comes to death metal that is downright feral and dripping in muck and mire, and I don't know about you guys but 2017 has been a treat for the ears, and unlike every other shit-heel keyboard plodder I don't say that every year.

Cream on!

Heresiarch - Death Ordinance (bandcamp)

Friday, May 12, 2017

Piss Test - LP 2 (2017)


Piss Test are a no frills, fast and straight forward garage punk trio. That's it and that's all and this is LP 2. "I still hate Fleetwood Mac, I still dress all in black, I sew patches on my pants, I still get crazy when I dance… and I live in a basement!"

Piss Test - LP 2 (bandcamp)

Monday, May 8, 2017

UT - δ γ ε β (2017)


 

UT released a new album a couple weeks ago, here is that album;

UT - δ γ ε β (bandcamp)

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Golden Pelicans - Disciples of Blood (2017)


Sink your silver teeth into some Golden Pelicans, bud. Trashier than thou punk rock, simple as that.

Golden Pelicans - Disciples of Blood (bandcamp)

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Disma - The Graveless Remains (2017)



I really like Disma, and so should you. The Graveless Remains is an EP spanning 15 minutes that will guaranteed make your ejaculate shoot more like a firehose and less like a dud… girls you too. 

Disma - The Graveless Remains (bandcamp)

Friday, May 5, 2017

Full of Hell - Trumpeting Ecstasy (2017)



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This is an obligatory Full of Hell post, meaning, you probably already know by now that Full of Hell puts out their new album today, but it doesn't matter because I don't want to be the only bedroom blogger that is out of this circle jerk loop. So here you go, you heard it here first folks, Full of Hell has a new album, it's called 'Trumpeting Ecstasy' and you will probably want to hear me say something like "Trumpeting Ecstasy is a shoe-in for filthiest, heavier than a buffalo ex-lax shit, faster than your first orgasm with a real live girl record of 2017"

I don't know yet, I think this might be a really banging record that might have me longing for the old feral, blood stuck in the larynx, Full of Hell. Only time will tell, and lonely nights wrapped around a bottle of bourbon and anger in my chest.

Full of Hell - Trumpeting Ecstasy (bandcamp)

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Duel - Witchbanger (2017)


Italy's Duel is soaked in as much THC as Henrix's bandana and they released a new album a few days ago to apparently bang witches to. Acid drip riffs wrapped up in a sound that nods to everything 60's and 70's, nothing new to your ears but that's not the point. My only qualm is that the retro production quality has led for an overall flatter sound, but I think that's the point, and it kinda works here anyway. Speaking of witches, where is Acid Witch?

Duel - Witchbanger (bandcamp)

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Venenum - Trance of Death (2017)

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Venenum have been tiptoeing their way through the shadows, frolicking in the sepulchre and spending long moonless nights in the crypt apothecary writing their debut album which has taken them six years after releasing their putrid self-titled EP… Time well spent I guess.

Trance of Death is a masterclass in forward thinking death metal, taking the genre into pools only a small sample are already soaking in. Trance of Death dips and swells into progressive bridges that burrow through segues of psychedelic and subtle occult horror backdrops in a way that steers clear of the heard that before, even though you probably have, a la Occultation, Tribulation, Mitochondrion, Morbis Chron, etc.

I don't want to go on forever so I'll summate; Venenum have given man birth to a record that will see itself among the top of many lists this year, and it's likely earned. Laurels aside, it's worth your listen and then you can decide for yourself.

Listen to the song Trance of Death, Part I: Reflections. It will wrap everything up for you.

Venenum - Trance of Death (bandcamp)