A DIADEM OF DEAD STARS’ sound harks to classic atmospheric black metal with its mid-tempo reverb-drenched passages, but increases the production value to 10 and adds moments of unrelenting speed and dexterity reminiscent of modern USBM.
Nations to Flames is the fourth studio album by American post-metal band A Storm of Light. It was released by Southern Lord on 17 September 2013. The album has been noted for its shift from the post-rock of its predecessor towards a sound that more prominently highlights the band’s industrial and doom influences
Already one of the cultest names in the metal underground, the diabolical ACID WITCH dig deeper into the cult with four exclusive covers of heavy metal songs from 1980s horror movies! Sorcery’s “I’m Back” from Rocktober Blood, Fastway’s “After Midnight” from Trick or Treat, Black Roses’ “Soldiers of the Night” from Black Roses, and 45 Grave’s “Partytime” from The Return of the Living Dead – all get ACID WITCH’s signature ghoulish touch, and it’s the touch of true horror! You’re never gonna find a more perfect combination than here on Midnight Movies!
Special extended version of the band’s cult album from 1995 with TONS of bonus tracks, totally repackaged in a thick gatefold cover and completely new artwork. Belgian Mince/Grind kings at their finest! so far their most destructive production in terms of recording quality … 43 tracks of sheer socio political grindcore fury blasting like an axe stuck in your brain!!!
This is a collection on which production ranges from live to studio to practice session, none of which are even close to being mediocre production, but it doesn’t matter.
An overwhelming, concentrated outpouring of perceptual stimuli, Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s long awaited full-length Frozen Corpse Stuffed With Dope is a snarling digital nightmare, dealing lethal doses of their dementia-producing machine gun hyper-grind. Nasty, systematic beatings arise from 2000 beat per minute drum onslaughts, vein-splitting vocals and a piranha-like six-string attack.
Agrimonia are a very angry band, but the shades of light and beauty that seep from the cracks of their filth are where they truly shine. This nether region between light and dark is a compositional tool Agrimonia wield powerfully and with purpose. Rites of Separation exists in a lingering agony of life, knee-deep in the existential pain of living. This is a suffocating soundtrack to misanthropy that will infect your brain.