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On June 24th, Whitechapel will release their sixth full-length, Mark of the Blade, worldwide via Metal Blade Records.

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Heavenwood re-sign with MASSACRE RECORDS and will release the new album “The Tarot Of The Bohemians – Part 1” on June 24, 2016!

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When the Australian act named Earth Rot first came together, it was more of a two man grindcore act composed of then ex-Advent Sorrow members Tom Waterhouse (also known as Tom Slaughterhouse) and Jared Bridgeman. At some point, it grew into the black/death metal band that exists today. There have been a few line-up changes along the way, leaving them a four-piece with bassist Alex Wilson of Befallen, and Colin Dickie of Xenobiotic brought in sometime in 2015. A year after forming, the group independently issued their debut EP Dirt, followed by their first full-length titled Follow the Black Smoke later that same year. It’s now 2016 and Earth Rot returns with a brand new EP titled Chthonian Virtues. But, is this a good follow-up to their previous efforts, or is this simply an unappealing appetizer?

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The following is a list of all Metal releases that are due out in the next seven days based on… Read more »


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Southern Lord has confirmed the impending release of Total Destruction (1999-2006) the collected discography of now defunct bible-shredders, ASSCHAPEL.

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Farm is another zombie horror/drama flick in a day and age where zombie themed films are in an over-abundance. This one comes to us from writer/director Paul Farrell (his debut writing effort) and director Hank Bausch known for his work on Broken and Disposable, working under the production company name Uncharted Cinema. Initially released in October of 2011, this obscure independent entry has found its way on-line through Amazon’s digital library and others to probably come, but more recently the ten-movie compilation set from Echo Bridge Entertainment called Fear the Dead, which is where I happened to find it. Being one of the very few to peak my interest, I buckled in to see what this entry had in store. What was presented, however, was simply astonishing, and not exactly in the best of ways.