Listening to A New Kind of Horror is like mainlining adrenaline for 33 minutes straight. It's one of metal's best bands performing at the absolute top of their game and a flawless culmination of everything they have been working for for nearly two decades. This is extreme metal at its apex.
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With a four-year gap between records, two lineup changes and an entire rerecording, it was fair for anticipation of Skyharbor's long-awaited third album to be tempered by a reasonable dose of skepticism. Thankfully, Sunshine Dust hits the mark far more often than it misses,
Throwback Thursday: TRANSCENDING BIZARRE?'s The Serpent's Manifolds is One of Black Metal's Overlooked Oddities
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Passage into the Xexanotth is an unearthly descent into a primordial hellscape and should utterly annihilate any notion that Chthe'ilist’s 2016 debut was a fluke.
What exactly do you…Do you see?
Between the Buried and Me's massive 2007 record took the metal scene by storm. Ten years later, the album is still one of the most wildly entertaining metal gauntlets in the genre's history.
Despite several considerable high points, Myrkur's sophomore record is a frustratingly inconsistent affair that fails to showcase its creator's considerable talents. Still, the potential for greatness is clearly there, and Myrkur will absolutely be a project worth following in the years to come.
Akercocke's masterful return to the industry is one of the greatest progressive death metal records in years that should catapult the band to the forefront of the scene. Renaissance in Extremis is an absolute must-listen.