As is Christmas tradition, we are once again giving back to the Heavy Blog community by offering up nearly thirty tracks from promising independent and unsigned acts from 2015! We reached out to bands we know and love that you may have missed out on to put together a free compilation spanning many styles within the genre, including prog, grind, emo, tech death, and black metal. Hopefully you can celebrate Christmas and bring on 2016 with a musical discovery or two!

Below, check out the featured tracklist and stream and/or download the compilation via our official Bandcamp page.

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The tracklist for Heavy Comp Is Heavy: Volume Three is as follows:

  1. Cetus – Jackal In Stasis 04:46
  2. Underling – Servant Of Filth 05:03
  3. As Oceans – Artaoisis 1 – The Black Bird 07:39
  4. The Drowned God – Mezzanine 06:13
  5. Almeida – A Book Of Endless Pages 05:54
  6. Pomegranate Tiger – Boundless 05:10
  7. Echopraxiom – Compiled from Syntax Into Sentience 02:30
  8. LMI – Shallow Depths 03:54
  9. Frontierer – Cascading Dialects 04:24
  10. Embodiment of Onslaught – Appeased Through Self Dismemberment 02:26
  11. Anzio – Things Let Go 03:56
  12. Sovereign – Dead in Atlantis 02:57
  13. Blisshead – Crows 02:18
  14. Other Masquerades – Ciao 04:02
  15. Ground – Grind Hard With A Vengeance 00:54
  16. Dethlehem – Final Voyage Of The Gobblinaught 06:37
  17. Encircle – The Shard 05:04
  18. Sanzu – The Chill 05:04
  19. Knees Please – Sleepy Time 03:12
  20. A Sense Of Purpose – To Feel Alive 04:44
  21. Steven Rose – Initiative 02:56
  22. Sirens – Surge 07:31
  23. Drummond – Ecotone (feat. Sithu Aye) 05:01
  24. Instar – Evac 07:32
  25. Cederström – Requiem, Movements 3/4/5 09:58
  26. Norilsk – Potsdam Glo 06:18
  27. Orphans Of Dusk – Nibelheim 06:36
  28. Amiensus – What Evil Lay Dormant 07:30
  29. Dendritic Arbor – Latex 07:27
  30. Se’nam Palmer – [untitled] 02:45

 

Happy holidays!

– HBIH

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  1. MichiganMedic

    Is that a new Instar track? Or is that a different Instar than the one that released “We’re Getting Older”?

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