Super House of Dead Ninjas. One of the more well known titles released by Adult Swim Games. This title has sat in my Steam collection for quite some time and was the perfect way to kill time waiting on some new friends to do some multiplayer, something that did not happen. Instead I revisited this jewel, played a few speed runs to get acclimated with it once more, and start my quest to unlock all achievements and items in the dojo.
As you all know by now, I love a good horror flick, or even a bad one. This is where Horror Pack has been filling the void. Between a mix of major releases and exclusives from the underground, I had to sign up and see what they bring to the table. Here’s what came in this month’s blu-ray box, plus a little talking about a few other films I saw recently.
As I searched my hard drive for something to listen to in order to escape the mad house I’ve been stuck in due to my recent health complications, I happened upon a promo for the upcoming Akerbeltz album, Satanic. While the act has been in existence since 1996, I had never heard of this Spanish black metal solo project before. With plenty of time to kill and a drive to just zone out and unwind, it was pretty clear what my next experience would be.
The other night while scrolling through Bandcamp for something new, as I am often bereft to do, I happened upon some black metal that caught my attention. As of late, indie and unsigned bands from Japan have been catching my attention, which is why the debut three-song offering from Eat Lead, titled Homage to the Dark Lord, immediately grabbed my attention. Of course, I’d be furious with myself not to spread it around.
The following is a statement from Merdumgiriz on the recent troubles that have befallen the noise act Viranesir, as well as an announcement of their upcoming Kindstod release.
Yes, it’s that time again. The point when I plunge into the depths of Bandcamp and hope I come back with something engaging. Instead of a top suggestions list, I opted to randomly choose from the releases of the past few days, and what caught my eye was Chop ! Hack ! Snap ! Crunch ! by the french goregrind outfit Pulsating Cerebral Slime. The black and white artwork with red font heralded an indie comic book look that immediately grabbed me into sampling what they bring to the table, which just happened to be an incredibly brief three song EP. So short, in fact, that reading this paragraph alone will probably take longer than to hear the entire release.