Detroit-based instrumental progressive death metallers Thoren, featuring current and former members of Imperial Triumphant and Pyrrhon, recently announced the forthcoming release of their second full-length album, Gwarth I. Gwarth I will see release on November 9th via Drylands Records.
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While browsing through Bandcamp on a boring Saturday morning, one band’s logo in particular caught my interest: Chainsaw Castration. A UK-based four-piece (though only three members are credited as of late) composed of musicians from Gorehead formed in 2014, and have since issued a number of smaller releases ranging from singles to EPs to one full compilation. Their latest is a three-song EP titled Doping in the Void, which was released in April of this year independently with the intent of being an example of what their forthcoming full-length album is going to sound like. But was this something truly enjoyable, or does it fail to leave you wanting that future offering?
ENVENOMED MUSIC, with NARCOLEPTICA PRODUCTIONS, is proud to announce “Moralitys’ Collapse”, the new studio album by Italian death metallers MEMBRANCE!
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?