Posts By: Apoch

REVIEW – Revocation: The Outer Ones

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Upon unleashing their second full-length effort Existence is Futile through Relapse Records back in late 2009, Revocation captured the attention of metal heads everywhere. Their brand of technical death metal crossed with thrash oozed a great deal of aggression and enthusiasm, standing as a young act with plenty of promise in the years to come. As they evolved, so did their fan base whether they liked it or not. Their sound was reaching a more progressive tone to their music that led to 2016’s Great is Our Sin, an effort you either loved or hated due to how dynamically different it was. Fast-forward two years and the band return with what their vocalist/guitarist Dave Davidson calls “[..] our most death metal album to date.” But does The Outer Ones live up to the hype, or is it something more than just a death metal heavy outing?

BREAKING NEWS – Lord Dying Signs to eOne Records

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August 22, 2018 – Entertainment One (eOne) has signed Portland, Oregon’s LORD DYING to a worldwide deal with plans to release an all-new LP next year. Hailing from a region of the country that’s abundant with purveyors of the heavy riff, both parties are eager to get started.

Review – UA: WC016

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Witchcult Records in one of the few deeply underground labels I genuinely trust and keep a close eye on. I may not have much of their catalogue, but the cassette only group has yet to really steer me in the wrong direction. So, when Bandcamp shot out the notification of their latest release, a five song tape from UA (which I assume means Unknown Artist) titled WC016 (which is the label code for this particular release), checking it out was a no brainer. No information on the group could be found on the store front, metal-archives, or even Google. with no idea who this entity is beyond it being a raw black metal outfit, the payment waw sent for one of the few physical pressings available without hearing more than a small snippet. But, in hindsight, was it a worthy purchase, or is this insanely obscure piece of metal history better left a hidden legend?