Looking back into the introduction to the EOY list I wrote around the same date in 2013, I realize how little things have changed…
Death metal totality. Fast. Explicit. Unrelenting. No hostages. No mercy.
Hellenic hellraisers return.
I should introduce this short retrospect by admitting I haven’t been wholly productive during this year in terms of reviews or features. Between the…
While regressive death metal outfits propound their subject matter beyond the realms of believability and grindcore naively protests its political and cultural impotence, Dethroned Emperor just do not have any fucks to give.
More tantalising demos of occult metal forged in the fires of Nidaros.
Commit satanic violence to the new Manticore album, streaming in its totality here.
Beneath Dephosphorus’s debut album lies a whole other universe of ideas.
Daemon Worship Productions is proof that orthodoxy can still be scathing and iconoclastic in this modern age of experimentation.
Insights into the scathing, unhinged brutality of Apocryphon.
The undisputed kings of despondency make their long-awaited return.
Dis Pater turns his hand to funeral doom with stunning results. Tempestuous Fall has provided the soundtrack to many a solemn night’s contemplation.