November 2016 Death Metal Releases No ratings yet.

November 2016 Death Metal Releases			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in 2016, Blackened Death Metal, Blood Harvest, Canada, Chile, Death Metal, Death Thrash, Finland, Iron Bonehead, New Releases, Paraguay, Saturnal Records, Signal Rex, Sweden, Switzerland |

November seems to be a very short month for Death Metal, but quantity does not dictate quality. This is the list of November 2016 Death Metal Releases. If I have missed anything or if there is anything you want to be added to this list please comment and inform me of my ignorance. Check out Black Metal for November 2016 Here Thrash Doom and Heavy Metal releases to be done soon. NOVEMBER 4TH Hoath Facebook Promo 2014 by Hoath  November 18th Siaskel Facebook Signal Rex Sales...

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Sewercide – Immortalized in Suffering 5/5 (1)

Sewercide – Immortalized in Suffering			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in 2016, Australia, Death Thrash, New Releases, S, Unspeakable Axe Records |

Australia can be a harsh, hostile place to live. Australia is not new to spawning incredible extreme metal, just look at Sadistik Exekution, Armoured Angel, Blood Duster, and Destruktor to just name a few.  It is fitting that a continent of arid deserts and every creature poisonous and toothy has produced so much great extreme metal.  To those ranks, add relative newcomers Sewercide.  The Melbourne-based band has actually been around five years now, building their name and...

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Reptilian – Perennial Void Traverse 4/5 (1)

Reptilian – Perennial Void Traverse			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		4/5							(1)

Posted by on Apr 8, 2016 in 2016, Death Thrash, Edged Circle Productions, New Releases, Norway, R |

Much like Sepulcher’s Mausoleum Tapestry, also on Edged Circle Productions, Reptilian’s Perennial Void Traverse breaks the stereotype of what is expected from Norway when it comes to metal. It is almost like Norway’s underground realized that they are known for the most extreme of metal so they decided to go back a few steps and start making some kick ass thrash albums. Reptilian is a little more on the death metal side of the death thrash genre, but there...

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Master – On The Seventh Day God Created… Master No ratings yet.

Master – On The Seventh Day God Created… Master			No ratings yet.

Posted by on Apr 7, 2016 in 1991, 2016, Death Metal, Death Thrash, M, Metal Monger Records, Old School Death Metal, USA, Wicked Reissues! |

Paul Speckmann started his music career in War Cry as the bass player, where he met up with drummer Bill Schmidt. Together, Speckmann and Schmidt decided to form a more aggressive metal band based around Motörhead, Venom, Slayer and the whole emerging extreme metal movement. Eventually, they both left War Cry and Master was formed. Master, has been around since 1983, as long as the genre they play have been around. They are one of the bands that contributed to the genre and...

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Slaughter – Strappado 5/5 (1)

Slaughter – Strappado			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016 in 1987, Canada, Cult Classics, Death Metal, Death Thrash, Diabolic Force, S |

I WANNNNAAAA FLYYYYYYYYYY….. wrong band you dipshit. See this is what happens when a scene ruins a real genre. They try to name themselves something edgy not knowing that a better band with the same name exists(INCUBUS I’M LOOKING AT YOU). But we are not talking about Incubus and we definitely are not talking about the atrocious Las Vegas band we are talking about fucking Slaughter from fucking Canada. You know F.O.D. no no that does not mean something stupid...

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Sepulcher – Mausoleum Tapestry 4/5 (1)

Sepulcher – Mausoleum Tapestry			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		4/5							(1)

Posted by on Sep 27, 2015 in 2015, Crust, Death Thrash, Edged Circle Productions, New Releases, Norway, S, Thrash |

    While digging through the promo pile I’ve noticed this album numerous times and skipped over it because it looked like just another humdrum, Norwegian, kvlt black metal band. I was very quick to judge a book by it’s cover well I actually judged it by its logo. I was surprised, shocked, and confused by this album in all the best ways possible. Their name is Sepulcher, a name derived from a big Brazilian band, they sound like a forgotten eastern...

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