Hey! Listen to Carnosus!

Sweden’s Carnosus recommend themselves as being “For fans of REVOCATION, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, SYLOSIS, ARSIS, AT THE GATES and RIVERS OF NIHIL”– a description that (apart from seemingly being custom-tailored to my own specific tastes) is not at all unapt. Although there are certainly elements of Sylosis and Rivers…

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Hey! Listen to Stoned God!

This year is already shaping up to be a monumental year for heavy music. It seems like there’s been more great releases in these first couple of months than the entire first half of 2019 combined. Moreover, even with all the outstanding big-name resales, it’s largely been the smaller, up…

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE – Flub Feels Line Inhaling “Wild Smoke”

Technical death metal project Flub has always been one to watch. Featuring members of Vale of Pnath and Rivers of Nihil, they’ve certainly got the credentials, but there’s more to making good music than having been in other good bands. Indeed, Flub’s 2014 EP Advent showed that they can blend an upbeat vibe and progressive elements into a technical sound to create their own niche. Now, they’re back with “Wild Smoke” and an upcoming full length album to blow you away.

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Hath – Of Rot and Ruin

2018 was a big year for progressive death metal, with outstanding releases coming from the likes of Rivers of Nihil, Alkaloid, Slugdge, Obscura and Beyond Creation – just to name a few. However, those bands also all already established and lauded acts. While there were a couple of head-turning debuts…

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The Anatomy Of: Conjurer

Blackened sludge quartet Conjurer are hitting the road, so we thought it would be a perfect time to ask them about what makes them tick. It’s not often you get to hear this kind of plodding doom with the kind of songcraft the quartet performs. It’s not just big and…

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Sarah Longfield – Disparity

As I’ve mentioned several times now, mostly when discussing Rivers of Nihil, getting to fully connect with an artist you were always almost on board with is a great feeling. It can elevate the work that makes that connection even higher than the music by itself can, adding a layer of catharsis…

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