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UK Extreme Metallers THE BLEEDING have released the lyric video for the title track off their forthcoming new album, Morbid Prophecy. The hotly anticipated follow-up to 2018’s critically-acclaimed debut album, Rites of Absolution, is due out October 18 on World War Now Records.

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Blackened sludge noisemongers Wallowing have been lurking in the shadows of Brighton, UK for long enough. It’s time for the folks at Sludgelord Records to draw them out literally kicking and screaming, lining up the group’s debut full-length outing Planet Loss for later this year. Composed of members from established acts Aerosol Jesus, Surya, Herd Mover, Prisa Mata, and King Goat, there’s no denying the chops on those behind the project that have decided to whip up a thirty-two minute long experience of six tracks that all form one mass of congealed heaviness. But is it an undertaking that ends up being too much to handle, or is it more intense than one might expect?

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Today, Hells Headbangers sets November 15th as the international release date for Havohej‘s long-awaited third album, Table of Uncreation, on CD, vinyl LP, and cassette tape formats.

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Southern German symphonic black metal troop TOTENGEFLÜSTER are on the brink of releasing their sophomore album on October 11th via Black Lion Records. Titled The Faceless Divine, this opus is the most intense and darkest creation of the band to date.

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No One Knows What the Dead Think is “the definitive ending to the piloted bullet hell grind album series started in 1992” according to the accompanying press release for their self-titled debut album. The statement refers to Discordance Axis, the underground grindcore powerhouse from East Brunswick, New Jersey, and how it essentially ends the journey vocalist Jon Chang and guitarist/bassist Rob Marton started way back in the day before the act called it a day in 2001. The two are joined by ex-Cohol drummer Kyosuke Nakano to make this finale a reality, unleashing a roughly eighteen minute long aural assault through Willowtip Records. But does it hold up to the legacy of the member’s involved, or does it fail to hold a candle to the previous works?