Category: April 24, 2020

Witchskull – A Driftwood Cross

The skies are dark. The atmosphere is thick with dread. The future looks bleak. Only pure, red-blooded heavy fucking metal can save us now. Belching effortlessly classic and crushing anthems from the riffian depths, with all the power and panache of Black Sabbath at their peak, Witchskull return in 2020 to stir our souls once again.

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Xpus – In Umbra Mortis Sedent

XPUS from Italy are invoking the ghosts of the dark and harrowing bands that surfaced in the ’90s such as MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE, INCANTATION and SINISTER, but obviously channeling it through their intensified, dense sound that makes it somewhat unique and frightening. There’s palpable dark energy in this band’s execution and none of it is blurred from chaos, rather it’s brilliantly enunciated and fleshed out for maximum impact. With artwork from the acclaimed artist Misanthropic Art bringing to life their cryptic, graveyard-crawling death metal, the packaging furthermore receives a shot in the arm because of the unique and probably never before done before glow-in-the-dark effect. This is pummelling, dark death metal that doesn’t nod off and makes sure its grip on you keeps tightening.

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Werewolves – The Dead Are Screaming

Filthy knuckle-dragging blackened death metal grind for you to lick your palms to, you fucking freaks.
Progressive technical sensitive Australian metal masterminds Dave Haley (PSYCROPTIC, RUINS, KING, ABRAMELIN), Matt Wilcock (THE BERZERKER, THE ANTICHRIST IMPERIUM, ABRAMELIN), and Sam Bean (WHO CARES, WHATEVER) form insensitive regressive caveman pit of filth, WEREWOLVES.
Their crushing debut “THE DEAD ARE SCREAMING” is mixed by the glorious Joe Haley (PSYCROPTIC) with artwork by the glorious and magnificent Mitchell Nolte. Nine tracks, one hundred megatons, zero mercy. The audio, which we’ll loosely term as ‘music’, is for fans of Marduk, Mortician, and people who like to bang their heads against each other until we scream.

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