It has been an amazingly long time - almost two years - since I’ve recorded one of these podcasts! I am back making them now, but I don’t know what the schedule will be like for new episode releases. As I cobble together enough music, I’ll put out new casts.
Furthermore, I am going to make a greater effort to put these up on iTunes. It was denied last time I tried, but I’ll investigate further in the upcoming weeks.
Anyways, let’s get to the brutality!
Hatesong crush with classic crust-punk/ black metal reminiscent of Darkthrone. Their uncompromising attitude explodes through every song on their 4 song EP, Unholy Shit! If you’re into brutal, satanic shit, Hatesong is for you.
Check them out live in Indianapolis at State Street Pub, July 24th 2019
8 songs of Midwestern anger fueled by classic Speed Metal, Sabbathian heaviness, and D-Beat. Recorded at Earth Analog in Tolono, IL by Matt Talbott (Hum) & mastered by Dan Randall (Ghoul) at Mammoth Sound.
Check them out July 22 2019 at State Street Pub
with Black Knife and Crisis Actor
Internet Tough Guy
Undisputed kings of the grindcore underworld, PHOBIA return with a devastating new track titled "Internet Tough Guy," taken from the band's upcoming 7th album Generation Coward. After nearly 30 years of grinding skulls into dust, PHOBIA are still as pissed-off and lethal as ever.
Willowtip Records will release Generation Coward August 9 on CD, LP and digital.
Day of the Dead
Four years after the release of their 5th LP, The Worst, in 1996, Sarcófago once again entered the studio. This time, though, to record an EP. With only four tracks and clocking in at a little over 11 minutes, Crust went on to become one of the band’s most extreme and sought after releases. This release would also go on to be the band’s last, as soon after the end of the recordings the band officially disbanded. After many years of never giving in to any musical trend, Sarcófago bowed out leaving one of the most significant legacies in all of extreme metal having influenced a plethora of bands including stalwarts such as Mayhem, Beherit, Darkthrone, and so many more.
KINGS UNDER THE SAND
Pulver are a German metal five-piece who batters like classic Tank and dazzles like early Iron Maiden.
Just over a year after the release of their well-received self-titled debut EP, Pulver emerge with the Kings Under the Sand full-length, an album loaded with eight taut, memorable, but gritty classic metal cuts.
Lord of the Key
From the Italian underground comes Vultures Vengeance, a heavy epic metal quartet that defends the realm of the obscure on their first full-length album, The Knightlore. The album consists of eight tracks of diverse and challenging epic metal. Vultures Vengeance (who are rounded out by co-lead guitarist Tony L.A. and new drummer Matt Serafini) have not only captured the spirit found on their first two EPs, they have expanded upon it. The album’s eight songs provide the band the perfect platform to showcase their penchant for storytelling and sterling songcraft.
Death’s Head in Crown
The UK’s LVCIFYRE have re-emerged with Sacrament, a 23-minute extended-play offering of cacophonous and wretched death metal savagery. Where relentless and violent death metal riffing meets chaotic and claustrophobic atmosphere, Sacrament is a delve into the corner of death metal fringe that many fear to explore.
Death Conquers All
Boris Records is excited to announce the reissue of 2011's Death Conquers All from Atlanta Black Metal Horde HELLGOAT.
With a half dozen years having passed since the release of Hellgoat’s first full-length album, Blasphemy from Serpent Tongues in 2005, Death Conquers All was motivated by the same infernal zeal as its predecessor.
Veteran west coast metallers SKELATOR has signed with Gates Of Hell Records for the release of their fifth studio album, “Cyber Metal.”
Formed in 1998, SKELATOR has capably flown the flag of never-say-die true metal, harnessing Jason Conde-Houston’s stratospheric vocal range, dueling guitar harmonies and battle-tested rhythms.
Beyond the Veil
Brace yourselves for the ferocious debut EP from USBM trio PESTIS INFEROS. Beyond the Veil of Light contains five furious statements of blasphemous intent. The approach is relentless, the atmosphere fetid, and the attitude fueled by the fires below. PESTIS INFEROS give new meaning to "scorched earth," as the audio violence on the band's debut EP is intended to leaving a lasting, albeit scarred, impression on those listeners brave enough to withstand the onslaught. No fixes, no edits. Pure fury and pain.