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With The Beyond
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Punk, Noise rock, Psychedelic
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Latest Reviews - April 24, 2018
(Surge Ex Monumentis)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 10.5 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Psychedelic, Rock, Stoner rock
Sounds Like: Floater, Katatonia, Earthless
While they may have rebranded into the acronym JIRM (formerly Jeremy Irons and the Ratgang Malibus), the Swedish natives stay true to their core sound. A core sound that engulfs the listener into some sort of existential unique out of body endeavor. Perhaps a religious experience or calling from bey... Full Review and Video Clip
(The Collapse EP)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.9 of 11
Genre: Grindcore, Death Metal, Mathcore
Sounds Like: Farmhouse Killings, Pig Destroyer, Carcass
Distinct, refreshing and fucking heavy. Vimana hailing from Denver and Seattle unleash their debut EP entitled The Collapse. This EP pushes the heavy meter to great lengths but maintains pristine clarity and contrast. Vimana features members of Cephalic Carnage, Vale of Pnath, Swashbuckle a... Full Review and Video Clip
(Natural 20)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.6 of 11
Genre: Heavy rock, Stoner rock
Sounds Like: Red Fang, Doomriders, Dead Quiet
Our quest for heaviness has led us to Detroit, Michigan where we discovered the heavy rock prowess of Enchantelope. Their debut album Natural 20 has landed in our rotation and impressed the shit out of our editors. Mike Palm (bass and drums) and Steve Angers (guitar and vocals) are the mast... Full Review and Video Clip
Gnaw Their Tongues
(Genocidal Majesty)
Staff Rating: Turn this to 5.3 of 11
Genre: Grindcore, Experimental, Black Metal
Sounds Like: Dead Cross, Pig Destroyer, Bloodyminded
A deep descent into darkness and anguish ensues on the follow-up to 2016’s Hymns For the Broken, Swollen, and Silent. Gnaw Their Tongues’ latest onslaught entitled Genocidal Majesty is saturated with tortured cries and lackluster flat-lined noise. Industrial distortion ... Full Review and Video Clip
(With The Beyond)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 9.5 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Doom
Sounds Like: Acid King, Windhand, Pallbearer
Sit back, grab your favorite adult beverage and soak in the cosmic doom of Deathbell. The foursome from Toulouse, France hit all the right notes on their debut release With The Beyond, it’s majestic heaviness at its finest. Lead singer Lauren Gaynor is a refreshing vocalist in the doom genre. ... Full Review and Video Clip
The Orbiss Journey
(Volume One)
Staff Rating: Turn this to 6.8 of 11
Genre: Psychedelic rock
Sounds Like: Don Caballero, Liquid Tension Experiment, Moe
How could we not review a band from Kingston, Ontario? The landscape that fostered some of the most poignant heaven sent lyrics that were truly ahead by a century. Welcome the Orbiss Journey. Perhaps we are catching this one right at the onset as we can’t find shit about this band. A part of u... Full Review and Video Clip
The Good The Bad and The Zugly
(Misanthtropical House)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 9.6 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Punk, Thrash, Hardcore
Sounds Like: D.R.I., Suicidal Tendencies, Every Time I Die
The punk and hardcore scene is thriving and just received the welcomed swift kick to the face with the third release by The Good The Bad and The Zugly. These four gents from Oslo, Norway have brought back the fun and no bullshit approach to the scene, its pure punk and hardcore bliss. There is defin... Full Review and Video Clip
Blood Folke
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.4 of 11
Genre: Doom
Sounds Like: Agalloch, My Dying Bride
We have been on the prowl for some unique atmospheric doom. Blood Folke hailing form St. Paul Minnesota quenched our thirst with a folking solid third release. A step above their previous releases as this one holds fast to their picturesque landscape of mellow darkness and goth undertones. Terrific ... Full Review and Video Clip
(Till Marijannah)
Staff Rating: Crank this to 10 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Heavy rock, Doom, Stoner rock
Sounds Like: Torche, Kylesa, High on Fire
Prepare to be floored by the debut release from Singapore’s very own Marijannah. The four-piece have dropped a triumphant album that consists of monumental stoner rock and doom. The band consists of members from Singapore’s heavy acts of Wormrot and The Caulfield Cult, so we knew this wa... Full Review and Video Clip
The Hunters
(Black Eyes)
Staff Rating: Turn this to 6.1 of 11
Genre: Hard rock
Sounds Like: 1000mods, Doomriders, Dead Quiet
The latest effort by Quebec natives The Hunters is a four track, hard rock album with splashes of hardcore, punk and alt rock. After quite a few rotations, we labeled this as a typical Jeckyl and Hyde EP. There are two sides to this one, the first two cuts are in vein of energetic punk and hardcore ... Full Review and Video Clip
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