Watch: Krisiun – Murderer Music Video No ratings yet.

Watch: Krisiun – Murderer Music Video			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Oct 12, 2016 in 2003, Brazil, Century Media, Death Metal, K, Videos |

Krisiun is one of the heaviest bands to emerge from Brazil. They debuted in 1995 with their tremendously abrasive death metal debut entitled Black Force Domain, and have since not stopped devastating the world with their uniquely heavy brand of death metal. From one of their later albums called Works of Carnage is the track “Murderer“. I did not even know there was a Murderer Music Video… I was combing through YouTube looking for videos of various bands to...

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Sarcófago – Rotting 5/5 (1)

Sarcófago – Rotting			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in 1989, 2016, Blackened Death Metal, Brazil, Greyhaze Records, S, Wicked Reissues! |

For those of you who do not know, Sarcófago is one of the most important Brazilian extreme metal bands to ever exist. Their pivotal album I.N.R.I. changed how black metal and death metal was presented, listened to, and viewed. Sarcófago is the pinnacle of extreme metal. Sarcófago‘s sick follow up album to I.N.R.I., Rotting, is being reissued, you should be interested, you should listen to this.   Greyhaze Records is proud to announce the 2016 reissue of...

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Apokalyptic Raids- The Third Storm – World War III No ratings yet.

Apokalyptic Raids- The Third Storm – World War III			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Apr 19, 2016 in 2005, 2016, A, Black Thrash, Brazil, Hells Headbangers Records, Wicked Reissues! |

Upon viewing the name of the band, album, and album art, what is the first influential extreme metal band that pops in your head? Did you guess Metallica? Guess What? YOU ARE FUCKING RETARDED AND YOU NEED TO HIT THAT X IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER. Yes, Apokalyptic Raids is a full fledged Hellhammer worship band. Does that make them bad? Fuck No! If you have anything negative to say about this band it is because you wish you were the first person to come up with being a...

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Krisiun – Black Force Domain No ratings yet.

Krisiun – Black Force Domain			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Nov 16, 2015 in 1995, Brazil, Century Media, Cult Death Metal, Death Metal, Dynamo Brazilie, GUN Records, K, Old School Death Metal |

It is no secret that Brazil is home to some of the most influential and extreme metal bands ever. But rarely do people speak of one of the most violent and abrasive albums released in the mid-nineties. That album of course being Krisiun’s Black Force Domain.It is a shame that this album goes unnoticed to many. This album’s blasphemous and abrasive nature makes this a diamond in the rough so to speak.  Metalheads should pay more attention to this release. This...

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Sepultura – Morbid Visions 5/5 (1)

Sepultura – Morbid Visions			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Oct 7, 2015 in 1986, Black Metal, Brazil, Essential Albums, S, Thrash |

    If you claim you are a fan of early Sepultura you need to know Morbid Visions, and everything else before Chaos A.D. Before switching vocalists, before being Nü-Metal, before being “Post-Thrash”, Sepultura was Sepultura. Sepultura is Portuguese for evil, fast, and heavy. There is absolutely no doubt that Arise and Beneath the Remains are thrash while Schizophrenia is an influential death thrash album but what is Morbid Visions? In my opinion.....

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Sepultura – Beneath the Remains No ratings yet.

Sepultura – Beneath the Remains			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Sep 13, 2015 in 1989, Brazil, Essential Albums, S, Thrash |

Artist: Sepultura Album: Beneath the Remains Genre: Thrash Origin: Brazil Year: 1989 Label: RoadRacer Sounds Like: Your Inner-Self Turning Stronger Than Hate The before and after effect of this album upon metal music whether mainstream or underground is quite astounding. Beneath The Remains is a point in music where metal universally got heavy within all sub genres, even what was getting played on the radio and mtv in 1989 was pretty fucking heavy and good surprisingly....

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