27 Jul 2014, 6:14 de Necrologue
2 Sep 2010, 12:26 de Daniel-GrayI'm aware this is pretty pathetic.
Ablach - Aon CD
Abazagorath - The Spirit Of Hate For Mankind 5"
Acrimonious - Broken Bonds Of Balance EP Vinyl
Anal Blasphemy - Bestial Black Metal Filth (Red Vinyl)
Anti/Hat - Ressurection of the beast (Split) CD
Assynt - Demo CD
Arkha Sva - Mikama Isaro Mada Vinyl
Arkhon Infaustus - Annunciation Double Vinyl
Arckanum - Trulen Vinyl
Barbatos/Incriminated - Split. 5" Clear Vinyl
Bestial Mockery/Karnarium - Hail Occult Masters Split EP 5"
Black Witchery - Upheaval Of Satanic Might Vinyl
Black Priest of Satan - Fullmoon rituals Ep Vinyl
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath CD
Black Sabbath - Paranoid Vinyl LP
Black Sabbath - Paranoid '72 Single
Black Sabbath - Sabotage LP
Blood Duster - Cunt CD
Blood Duster - Str8 Outta Northcote CD
Cancerous Womb - Austrian Basement EP CD
Cerekloth - Pandemonium Prayers
Constricted - All Confusion 7" Vinyl
Craven Idol -…
9 Oct 2009, 21:27 de lordchimera
21 Nov 2008, 16:15 de FromHeartacheEditors Introductory
This guide is to educate other users which are into death metal but are either just into the new wave of death metal (so like slam death metal) or are just getting into this massive expansive genre. This will take you on a journey from the start to the end of Floridian death metal scene. All bands mentioned are worth the listen and also worth the odd CD buy to fit into your collection.
The journey begins in the heart of Florida, the beating arteries of death metal. You may have heard of a lot of these bands, but everyone is deserved to have recognition with the start of the fourth phase (depending on the way you look at it) in the heavy metal family tree.
The first doesn’t come as a surprise. This is of course the legends Death who formed in 1984 with the general idea of trying to speed up the thrash scene and also put in more deep vocals. These were of cause the death growl. This has obviously progressed over the years into a more guttural vocal sound. …
20 Nov 2008, 20:34 de FromHeartacheEditors Introductory
So, this thing is working well now, I can see the big differences from the pre-weekly editions group charts to how they look today. Still a few anomalies here and there but these will be squeezed to the last one after these artists below pound your ears!
This time just the artists below, haven’t had tiem to put anything up. But next week I might do something extra like a poll or something. Also, any suggests for names for the weekly editions would be fantastic. Eg. The Fifth Atrocity etc.
Week Main Listening: 23rd – 30th November
1) Defeated Sanity , You all know this band by now. The Prelude to Tragedy the first and full most, most epically produced guttural slamming death you could hear, with that living up to their name again with an album which blew my mind. That is indeed “Pslams of the Moribund”, this album slams, pounds, blasts and thrash riffs all the way down to a nail. Markus Keller was a bit dry with his vocals but now they have got rid of him…
27 Sep 2006, 4:30 de -Reaper-I've had this on my mind for some time now, I was wondering which scene is most favorable amongst Black Metal listeners, although you can answer anything you wish, here are the choices are present you with, list your top 10 and I'll add everything up and see what the most favorable one is. Obviously we all know that the Norwegian scene is going to be in the top 5 if not number 1, so let's try to think about this subjectively rather than objectively.
The bands for each country are just examples of the more prominent and important ones, just for referance.
Australia - Abominator, Abyssic Hate, By Dawn Cursed, Spear of Longinus, Striborg, Winterfallen
Austria - Abigor, Astaroth, Belphegor, Summoning
Brazil - Apokalyptic Raids, Evil, Goat Penis, Holocausto, Mystifier, Sarcófago, Vulcano
Canada - Blasphemy, Bloodaxe, Dead of Winter, Lust, Megiddo, Necronomicon, Nefastus Dies, Thesyre, Triskèle, Will of the Ancients, Woods of Ypres
Czech Republic - Amon, Amon Goeth, Inferno, Maniac Butcher, Master's Hammer, Root