Hey! Listen To Lik!

It seems that whenever I get recommended new music, it comes from one of three places: Youtube “recommended” videos (which are usually full album streams), through staff members of our site, and through my good friend Bradley. While the first two can encompass a wide range of genres, Bradley is…

Twitching Tongues – Disharmony

If one major issue had to be pinpointed with the larger genre of hardcore music, it would have to be redundancy through imitation. More specifically, it’s an obsessive hang up that many hardcore bands seem to have with trying to emulate Madball, both sound-wise and lyrically. Normally, if only a handful of…

What Heavy Blog Is Really Listening To – Playlist Swap – 9/26/15

Even a cursory glance of our biweekly “What Heavy Blog Is Really Listening To” posts (last week’s update here) will reveal that there is a great deal of variety among our staff’s musical tastes. Due to this, we brainstormed the idea of “Playlist Swap,” another biweekly segment that takes place…

Wombbath – Downfall Rising

In discussing Downfall Rising, it is impossible to avoid framing Wombbath’s resurfacing within two themes within the annals of death metal history. It is first obvious to focus upon Downfall Rising’s status as a comeback record; one would hope that the impetus for ceasing a two decade hiatus was a…

Undergang – Døden Læger Alle Sår

Only vulgar adjectives accurately describe the sounds fileted for public consumption by Danish trio Undergang. With a self-described M.O. of “regurgitating sewer death metal since 2008,” the band has spent the several years churning out bile-grade releases that harken back to the genre’s Nineties golden age. Indeed, albums such as…

Rapidfire Reviews: Entrails – Obliteration, Wiegedood – De Doden Hebben Het Goed, & Gutter Instinct – The Insurrection

Entrails – Obliteration Not everything that glitters is gold, someone once said. This is painfully obvious when listening to Obliteration, the Metal Blade debut from resurrected Swedish death metallers Entrails. We are so used to the label releasing stellar records left, right and centre that when one comes along that…