Bookakee first caught my attention late last year with their fine death metal release called “Whorrific”, a gigantic slab of Gwar meets Cephalic Carnage, then add more gore on top of it. Bookakee has a wild name and it fits their wild blend of death metal. Check out the video below for “A Night To Dismember”, which is very NSFW.
Brutality will ultimately prevail in the world of metal and Aborted are definitely one of the most brutal bands in existence. The band released an amazing record in 2012 in the form of Global Flatline and now they are prepping the release of their next album The Necrotic Manifesto. This album is sure to be a destroyer. How do I know this? Because I just listened to the albums title track, which I suggest you also do. You can listen to “Necrotic Manifesto” after the jump. You want this. Continue reading
After being teased by a few promising songs, Exhumed are streaming their new album Necrocracy in full over at Metal Sucks. The album official comes out on August 6th but who wants to wait that long to be annihilated by brutal death metal? Follow the above to Metal Sucks to stream this bad boy and be sure to check out the band on the road with Dying Fetus this Fall.
In addition to their upcoming tour with Dying Fetus, the band also revealed the
dirty bloody details on their forthcoming album. The new album has been assigned the title Necrocracy and will see a release on August 6th in North American, August 2nd in Germany/Benelux, and August 5th in the UK and beyond. Necrocracy will carry the following track listing:
As promised, Dying Fetus have announced their new North American that will commence this October. The slamming death-metallers will be supported by the likes of Exhumed, Devourment, Waking the Cadaver, Rivers of Nihil and Abiotic. Dates for the trek are as follows:
Japan’s death metal crew Coffins are streaming a new slamming track over at Pitchfork. Prepare yourself for churning, sludge-ridden grooves and guttural vocals from the bowels of hell on “Rotten Disciples”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming effort The Fleshland, which will see a release on July 9th on Relapse Records. Check out the track now and peep their upcoming Japan and European tour dates below.
I love when bands record cover songs as b-sides or unreleased songs… and then release them. Devourment are the latest band to perform this with a fantastic new cover of a classic death metal tune. Taking a band that they are obviously influenced by, Devourment have spewed forth a sickening rendition of Cannibal Corpse‘s “The Pick-Axe Murders.” Continue reading
Madrid brutal technical death metal elites Wormed are currently streaming their latest and
possibly certainly most crushing release to date, Exodromos, exclusively via Metalsucks. In addition, the sci-fi death metalites have debuted the glitch-filled music video for the track, “Tautochrome”. Stream the mind-numbing and surely extraterrestrial transmogrified album here via Metalsucks and the video for “Tautochrome” below. Pick up Exodromos physically from Willowtip Records here and digitally through Willowtip Records bandcamp here. Continue reading
“It’s all in the hips.” – Happy Gilmore, 1996
Welcome to the tenth edition of Cryptic Passages, a
weekly hopefully-weekly column in which I, Eric Nguyen, will be presenting for your torture, some of the most brutal, unrelenting, and hate drenched pieces of audio I’ve found journeying through the misanthropic plains of the internet. For the past few weeks, I have been absent grinding off at school and so have been unable to deliver on my weekly blood rituals. This week, I return to my place on the altar of sacrifice and offer you three fresh kills…after the jump. Continue reading
Death metal enthusiast everywhere, rejoice! The mighty Suffocation has announced an extensive North American tour that will take place in the Spring in support of their new record, Pinnacle of Bedlam. The band will be aided in their face-melting by Rings of Saturn, Jungle Rot, Exhumed, Admiron and Lord of War (on West Coast dates only). Check out the full schedule of the Despise the World Tour and stream their new album in full!
In other death metal news, the brutally pulverizing new album from Texan gore hounds Devourment is currently streaming for all of you filth mongers to hear. This album is honestly one of the meanest things I’ve heard in a long time. This album has truly solidified my liking of this band and you can all see why right now. Continue reading
The masters of Slam, Devourment, have hooked up with fine gentlemen over at Metalsucks to premiere a super fucking heavy new song. The new track entitled “Justifiable Homicide” is featured on the band’s upcoming Relapse release, “Conceived In Sewage“.
Unlike almost every other Devourment song out there, this one actually features riffs other than slam riffs! It’s actually pretty fucking awesome if you ask me. Now don’t get discouraged and think what I just said means that “justifiable Homicide” is light on the slam, cause we all know that ain’t ever fucking happening. For those of you who feel like getting their skull crushed with heaviness, click this link! For those who don’t want their skull to be crush with heaviness, maybe you are reading the wrong sites….
– Josh Huddleston
Hometown (Dallas,TX) slammin brutal death metal band Devourment have recently finished recording their new Relapse release “Conceived In Sewage” with Erik Rutan. When the group headed down to Tampa, Florida, they made sure to bring a camera with them to catch-all the studio brutality.
Late last week, Devourment began posting the first in a series of in-studio videos documenting the recording process. In the first video, we see Rutan picking up the group’s guitarist and drummer and taking them to his studio. The remainder of the video is drummer Eric Park tracking several songs. Continue after the jump to witness the brutality – Continue reading
Both of these lyric videos are from albums I was highly anticipating this year: Holy Grail‘s Ride The Void and Devourment‘s Conceived In Sewage. I have Ride The Void and I can tell you that it’s fantastic. It’s a really solid record, although some people think differently. I haven’t gotten my hands on Devourment‘s new album, but as I stated in my last post about them, I didn’t like their music until I heard the teaser for their new album. Why? Because it sounded to me that it wasn’t going to be br00tal slam. It sounded like solid death metal! Continue reading