Album Review: Kobold – Death Parade (Iron Blood & Death corp)

Death Parade was originally released in 2017 but had gotten a new lease on life thanks to a re-release by the Mexican label, Iron Blood & Death corp. The debut album from Serbian band Kobold, its 15 tracks (including an Exciter cover) of thrash/speed metal.

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Album Review: Ichor – God Of Thunder God Of War (Seance Records)

The cult black metal band, Ichor formed in 1993 and disbanded later that year with only a four-track demo released. Late in 2017, the decision was made by the duo, Wraith and Diablore to re-form Ichor, and they promptly recorded the band’s first full-length. It is called God of Thunder God of War and is out on October 5th 2018 via Seance Records.

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Album Review – Overtures of Blasphemy by Deicide (Century Media)

American death metallers, Deicide, have released their latest album called Overtures of Blasphemy. Released via Century Media, Overtures of Blasphemy is the band’s first new album in 5 years, since 2015’s In the Minds of Evil.

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Album Review: Pulverized – Monuments of Misanthropy (Krucyator Productions)

Chilean cadavers Pulverized awoke in the city of Santiago in 2006. They perform death metal with strong American influences from the early ’90s, without leaving behind the essences of the glorious South American extreme metal scene. Monuments of Misanthropy is their impending debut album out on October 13th 2018 via Krucyator Productions.

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Single Slam – Dead Behind the Eyes by Soulfly (Ritual)

Max Cavalera’s Soulfly have released the third single from their soon to be released 11th studio album. This track is called Dead Behind the Eyes and will feature on the album Ritual. Ritual is due out on the 19th of October via Nuclear Blast.

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EP Review: Felis Catus – Banquet of the Moon (Masked Death Records)

Out on the 25th September 2018 via Masked Death Records, Banquet of the Moon is the new EP from oneiric, visionary and grotesque artist, Felis Catus. Banquet On The Moon breaks the boundaries of black/death metal to absorb rock, ambient and electronic shades in a timeless journey.

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