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.
Satanic death metal outfit NECROPHOBIC have unveiled the title track and debut single from their upcoming studio album, “Mark Of The Necrogram”. Marking their eighth release to date, the record will be released via Century Media Records on February 23 and marks another step up on the staircase to the death metal throne for the band.
As San Diego-based crossover/thrash outfit PISSED REGARDLESS prepares for the Creator-Destructor Records release of their Feed The Birds 7″ in early February, Decibel Magazine has debuted the raging new single, “Lipstick On A Pig.”
Death Keepers is a spanish-based heavy metal four-piece that came together in 2011, though hasn’t really made their presence known from the studio as much as you’d expect by this point of their career. The group’s ranks remained fairly stable over the years, allowing them to unleash their independent debut EP On the Sacred Way before parting with bassist Alan Prieto a year later, then drummer Noel Corredor in 2015. It wouldn’t be until about four years later the band would release their first full-length, Rock This World, through Fighter Records and kicking off 2018 with a strong dose of traditional heavy metal with some hard rock influence at times. But is it a solid enough effort to make up for the silence since the previous outing, or is there little shine to this potentially hidden gem?
The Brazilian and international metal community have lost one of its finest metal brothers DARK AVENGER vocalist Maria Linhares whom passed away on December 22nd. Rockshots Records has issued the following statement…
Originally formed in 2012, avant-garde blackened psych-doom act Eye of Nix stormed on the scene a year later with their well celebrated demo recording. In the time that followed, the band expanded beyond the normal four to five-minute track length and further explored their sound to become the abrasive act they are come their debut full-length effort Moros. Another two years later and we find the evolution continuing with their latest album Black Somnia, being handled by both the band and Scrye Recordings on vinyl and digital mediums. With a scrutinous eye hovering above them since, has the four-piece outfit reached a new plain of existence, or have they gone back on their recently discovered output?