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Artist: Archgoat
Title: Heavenly Vulva (Christ’s Last Rites)
Genre: Black Metal / Death Metal
Label: Debemur Morti Productions


Fuck, there was a new Archgoat last year? Man I still have some listening to do

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Artist: Morbus Chron
Title: Sleepers in the Rift
Genre: Death Metal
Label: Pulverised Records




Awesome pick! Was one of my favorite DM albums of the year
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Seriously though... Harm's Way or Weekend Nachos in top 5? Not sure of what else. I'm really looking forward to it.
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Artist: Satanic Warmaster
Title: Winter's Hunger / Torches
Genre: Black Metal
Label: Northern Heritage Records



When I was first discovering black metal I somehow stumbled upon Satanic Warmaster. At the time I was hardly knowledgeable about the genre and knew of very few bands, most of which were recommended to me by a friend. Alongside the big names of the Norwegian scene, Satanic Warmaster was part of my introduction to black metal, and actually extreme metal as a whole, since I had yet to venture into death metal. Initially it was the name that drew me in, but I was quickly seduced by the primitive music. The hypnotizing riffs, petrifying screams, and overwhelmingly rough production all came together so flawlessly. To me, this was exactly what black metal was supposed to sound like, and to this day my feelings on that matter remain the unchanged. In the era of sterile, overproduced albums, Satanic Warmaster brings back the raw sound I have so longed for, a sound that for the most part has been left to rot in the past. The twisted, trance inducing riffs and blast beats intertwine with the archaic sound to forge black metal perfection. I hold Satanic Warmaster in high regard, as this two song EP does what so many modern bands fail to do; create an iniquitous, purulent atmosphere.

“Winter’s Hunger” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTU_5vM24pQ
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Artist: Blasphemophagher
Title: The III Command of the Absolute Chaos
Genre: Black Metal / Death Metal
Label: Nuclear War Now! Productions



The Italian horde, Blasphemophagher, has become an undeniable force in the relatively small circle of war metal bands, which has remained completely underground since its incarnation. The III Command of the Absolute Chaos is their third full length, and the title is an accurate description of the content. This is the equivalent of Blasphemy and Sarcófago infected by radiation poisoning. Blasphemophagher releases biochemical terror in the form of extremely lethal riffing. Their arsenal of riffs bombard unforgivingly with no sign of yielding. They are constantly on the offensive and do not relent until a desolate wasteland is left behind. The apocalypse is more than enough to annihilate all in sight, but any who may have managed to survive through the destruction will be subjected to the toxic levels of radiation and ensuing storm of acid rain. Blasphemophagher have established themselves as one of the most chaotic bands of today, and they are among the strongest to emerge from the war metal scene. With that said, The III Command of the Absolute Chaos should be approached with caution and may be fatal in high doses.

“Beyond Absolute Chaos” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRXYLu1bw_I
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Artist: Morbus Chron
Title: Sleepers in the Rift
Genre: Death Metal
Label: Pulverised Records

This one was just short of my top ten. Great album.



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Artist: Satanic Warmaster
Title: Winter's Hunger / Torches
Genre: Black Metal
Label: Northern Heritage Records

They somehow created an even more lo-fi production sound than on their previous releases, which is really saying something. Good songs, but I preferred the 2010 EP.
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Artist: Blasphemophagher
Title: The III Command of the Absolute Chaos
Genre: Black Metal / Death Metal
Label: Nuclear War Now! Productions



The Italian horde, Blasphemophagher, has become an undeniable force in the relatively small circle of war metal bands, which has remained completely underground since its incarnation. The III Command of the Absolute Chaos is their third full length, and the title is an accurate description of the content. This is the equivalent of Blasphemy and Sarcófago infected by radiation poisoning. Blasphemophagher releases biochemical terror in the form of extremely lethal riffing. Their arsenal of riffs bombard unforgivingly with no sign of yielding. They are constantly on the offensive and do not relent until a desolate wasteland is left behind. The apocalypse is more than enough to annihilate all in sight, but any who may have managed to survive through the destruction will be subjected to the toxic levels of radiation and ensuing storm of acid rain. Blasphemophagher have established themselves as one of the most chaotic bands of today, and they are among the strongest to emerge from the war metal scene. With that said, The III Command of the Absolute Chaos should be approached with caution and may be fatal in high doses.

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They somehow created an even more lo-fi production sound than on their previous releases, which is really saying something. Good songs, but I preferred the 2010 EP.
I really enjoyed the last EP, but I like this one more. The writing reminds me a lot of Strength & Honour and Opferblut.

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Stoked to see this here. Very underrated record.
Glad someone else here is into them!
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Artist: Morbus Chron
Title: Sleepers in the Rift
Genre: Death Metal
Label: Pulverised Records



Many bands have worshipped the Swedish death metal legends, but few have paid dues to Autopsy’s early albums, or more specifically, the impeccable Mental Funeral. The malpractitioners in Morbus Chron have visited the cemetery and exhumed the twisted sound, dusting off the remains and revitalizing it with a Swedish tinge. On the operating table the psychotic riffs are sewn together with surgical precision, traversing from frenzied rhythms to anesthetizing deliriums. Overseeing the carnage is axeman Robba, spewing painful, deranged growls from behind the sanitarium doors. The excruciating sounds emanate from the infirmary, conceiving an uncanny aura like no other. Morbus Chron’s debut brings back a sound long forgotten and injects it full of catalysts. It has taken the form of a masterfully reconstructed carcass, appearing similar to the glory days of Autopsy in both touch and feel while utilizing borrowed limbs from their Swedish brethren, Entombed and Dismember.

“Red Hook Horror” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToLtylIID5k
Wow. I'd never even heard of these guys. Your description is spot-on, too. It's like old-school Autopsy filtered through the buzzsaw guitar tone of Swedish death metal. Fucking brilliant.



Oh, and that album art is sick as fuck, too.
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Old 02-10-2012, 11:22 AM
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Glad someone else here is into them!
Same! NWN records carry some impressive yet underrated bands. Embrace of Thorns are another very good death/black metal act.
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Same! NWN records carry some impressive yet underrated bands. Embrace of Thorns are another very good death/black metal act.
I haven't listened to Embrace of Thorns. I'll have to check them out!
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