A Million Dead Birds Laughing – Bloom

Bloom sees Australia’s A Million Dead Birds Laughing trading their chaotic experimental sound for more atmospheric elements, gaining depth but losing memorability in the process. Still, Bloom proves to be a highly volatile and interesting record comparable to the sounds of Ulcerate and Gorguts.

A Million Dead Birds Streaming

A Million Dead Birds Laughing are understandably oddball group straight out of Melbourne, Australia — their previous release¬†Xen was released mid-way through last year and turned a few heads at Heavy Blog but I’m not sure if we ever go the chance to talk about them. Regardless, with a turn…

Australia: Hit Up The Sonic Forge Festival

Hot on the heels of its immensely successful Progfest tour, which showcased many of Australia’s best up and coming progressive rock and metal bands, Welkin Entertainment returns with the Sonic Forge Festival, which will be held across three stages at Melbourne’s Esplanade Hotel on 15 December 2012. ¬† Welkin Entertainment…

Gagging for Hadal Maw

2012 has been a standout year for Australian metal, with the release of stellar albums from the likes of Melbourne bands Ne Obliviscaris, Be’lakor, Elysian and Okera, and the emergence of, amongst others, Sydney’s Gods of Eden, whose EP was praised here at Heavy Blog by Nayon just a few…