Monotheist – Scourge

There are a few geographic locations that are intrinsically tied to the music they helped spawn and cultivate. Norway for black metal in the nineties. San Francisco for thrash in the eighties. The State of Florida for old school and progressive death metal. While the extent of the influence of…

Iron Reagan/Gatecreeper – Split

Death and thrash metal are really the most related subgenres metalheads like. The two grew up together like siblings, being related to each other but with enough slight differences between them that they are each individual in their own ways. Now that the two genres are a bit older, they’ve…

Exclusivo ad absurdum: Stream Instrumental (Adj.)’s New EP

Australia’s musical scene seems to know no bounds, and, thanks to the talents and efforts of people like Lachlan of Art as Catharsis, they are spread to the outside world. Case in point: I have the pleasure of introducing you to the entirety of Reductio ad absurdum, the upcoming EP from Sydney trio Instrumental (Adj.). The three have made quite a few waves on the Internet when they released their surprising and fresh debut A Series of Disagreements. It was short, but it overflowed with clever musical ideas and precise execution. It was jazzy, progressive, aggressive, mathematical, and, most of all, I couldn’t get enough of listening to it.

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE – Let The Death Metal Flow Through You With Monotheist’s “Scourge”

There are few words strung together in a sentence that make me salivate like “Florida” and “death metal”. As the geographical epicenter of one of the most influential branches of the metal tree, it’s nearly impossible to discuss the growth and development of death metal without namedropping Tampa, Orlando, and…