Album Review: Gravewards – Ruinous Ensoulment (Unspeakable Axe Records)

Gravewards’ debut full-length Ruinous Ensoulment is here, and it delivers thoroughly on the promise and the mission statement of their demo. Seven bludgeoning tracks and one intro deep, it will be released on the 27th July 2018 via Unspeakable Axe Records.

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Album Review: Grind Zero – Concealed In The Shadow (Punishment 18 Records)

Grind Zero  is a death metal band from Northern Italy formed near Milan in late 2011. Their debut album titled ‘Mass Distraction’ was released in July 2014 through the Danish label Mighty Music. Four years later and they’ve now released the followup called ‘Concealed in the Shadow’. Ten tracks of savagery, it is out now via Punishment 18 Records.

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Album Review: Flood Peak – Plagued by Sufferers (Self Released)

Flood Peak emerged from Portland, Oregon in 2016. With a mix of chaotic and droning riffs, frantic drums, sparsely raw vocals, and monstrous bass that creates a delicate wall of filth, their sound will surely appeal to Amenra, Grief and Inter Arma admirers.

Their debut album is called Plagued by Sufferers and is out now.

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Album Review: Finnr’s Cane – Elegy (Prophecy Productions)

Elegy is the third full length from Prophecy Productions atmospheric black metal stalwarts Finnr’s Cane. The Canadian band has been carefully plotting a follow up to 2013’s A Portrait Painted By The Sun and the next chapter in their musical journey falls perfectly in conjunction with the bands 10th birthday. The album will be unleashed on July 20th 2018.

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Album Review: Red Swamp – Desertdrive (Hunnia Records)

Hungarian stoner-sludge metal bandits Red Swamp might be familiar to anyone keeping a keen eye on the eastern european underground scene, their recent second LP, titled “Desertdrive” was released this year on 4/20 (a number any self-respecting listener of the genre should be familiar with)!

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