The great masters of sickening gore Aborted will release their latest monstrosity The Necrotic Manifesto in just two weeks and the band has released a lyric video for their track “Coffin Upon Coffin.” Holy shit, this band gets better and better with every release and I can’t wait to sit down and listen to the new record. Check out the lyric video for “Coffin Upon Coffin” after the jump. Continue reading
The four years Nine Inch Nails fans had to wait for a new album is nothing compared to what Carcass fans had to endure. The devoted cult of the highly influential British death metal act had to wait a daunting seventeen years for a new full length record. The aforementioned sixth full length record is Surgical Steel; the first taste of new Carcass since 1996’s Swansong. Just like all albums bands release after a lengthy hiatus, there is a lot of pressure on Surgical Steel and Carcass in general. But one listen to this new forty-seven minute cataclysmic beast and you will question if the band had even went away at all.
Not too long ago I told you about Evocation and their (soon to be released) new EP Excised And Anatomised which is a covers album. The album features fantastic renditions of tracks by the greats At The Gates, Napalm Death and more. The band has unleashed the first cover from the album and what is it you ask? Continue reading
Cattle Decapitation have joined forces once again with director Mitch Massie for another grotesque cinematic masterpiece. This time Massie’s visual stylings are set to “Your Disposal”, which comes from Cattle Decapitation’s latest effort Monolith of Inhumanity. Vocalist Travis Ryan comments on the recently released video:
Carcass have released the official album trailer for their upcoming opus, Surgical Steel, which will see a release through Nuclear Blast on September 17th. You can check out the new minute and a half teaser below and jam out.
Your first taste of Carcass’ first record since 1996’s Swansong, Surgical Steel, has appeared online. The track is entitled “Captive Bolt Pistol” and it features the raw grind feel of their early days with a pinch of their melodic side they explored on Heartwork. It sounds pretty damn solid. Check it out below!
Surgical Steel is expected to be release sometime this Fall via Nuclear Blast.
When you throw eighty-three tracks from nine different bands on a single CD, you immediately have my attention. I am a huge fan of grindcore, as you all should know by now, and my good friend Andy, of Captain Three Leg, has sent me a spectacular nine-band split titled Incident At Ape Canyon and never before have I sat down with something this huge to review. I figured it would take me a while, so I sat down with at my computer with a juice and my electric cigarette, determined to push through this wall of vicious grindcore. I know a few of the bands on this album, but there are a lot that I don’t know. I look forward to getting schooled on this one. Continue reading
2012 was an amazing year for me. I’ve already put out two of my Best Of lists and I have two more to go. 2012 was great year for breakout EPs and 7″ releases. A lot of killer bands put out spectacular EPs this year and so I decided to put together a list of those also. Here goes. Continue reading
Recently I posted my review of the new General Surgery album Like An Every Flying Limb and before that, Kippit posted the title track from said album and now you can stream the second track from Like An Every Flying Limb below. This track is one of my favorites on this album. It’s so good that it’s ridiculous. Madness, grind and gore is what is in store for you. If you’re down with that, stream “Ejected Viscous Mucus” after the jump. It rules. End transmission. Continue reading
I have an issue. What is that issue, you ask? I am a big fan of goregrind (when it is done well) and decent bands these days are few and far between. Carcass gave it up a long, long time ago. Cattle Decapitation are all about music videos these days and Aborted aren’t doing it for me anymore. There just aren’t enough bands with their hearts in the music (no pun intended). You have Analdicktion from Singapore, but they are more on the brutal death metal side of the whole spectrum. One band that crushed me when I first found them and still crush me to this day is General Surgery. This band fucking kills every single track they regurgitate. Continue reading
Swedish goregrind masters are back at it again! General Surgery have posted the new title track from their forthcoming album, “Like An Ever Flying Limb” on Relapse‘s Youtube Channel. The new album will be a five song EP with the track titles consists of –
01 – “Like An Ever Flying Limb“
02 – “Ejected Viscous Mucus“
03 – “Seizures“
04 – “Rhythmic Epidermal Clamor“
05 – “Dark Cyanotic Hypostasis“
“Like An Ever Flying Limb” is currently available for pre-order with a release date of November 6th. Normally I am not a big fan of goregrind, but after two decades of slaughtering people with riffs, General Surgery is still pumping out quality grind. It’s unbelievable!
— Josh Huddleston
By Lane Oliver
2009 saw the release of Cattle Decapitation’s The Harvest Floor, which to me (at least at the time) was their magnum opus. This year, the band returned with the highly anticipated, 2001: A Space Odyssey inspired Monolith of Inhumanity. The Harvest Floor was such a grand masterpiece for the band so one must wonder if anything released after it can top it.
I love me some Noisear. Dorian and the guys are a big influence on my own musical endeavors, mainly because I know I will never sound as good as them, but the shit is still dope. Mi amigo VII over at Operation Grindcore is currently streaming a nice little ditty by Noisear. According to the post, this track is not slated to be released on any future releases was recorded as a one-off back in December.
Noisear will be releasing a split with Department Of Correction in May via Power It Up and a split with The Kill and Antigama some time in the future. Check out the track below thanks to VII, Andrew and OpGrind.
General Surgery, the long-lived Swedish goregrind act is preparing to release a new compilation on their new label Relapse Records. To get people excited for this new compilation, the band and label are currently streaming two new tracks. Well, actually they are streaming one new track, a cover of Xysma‘s “Foetal Mush.” The second track is (what I believe to be a re-recorded version of) “The League Of Extraordinary Grave Robbers” which originally debuted on General Surgery‘s 2004 split with Filth and was also released on Left Hand Pathology. So yeah, not really new. Check ’em out below. A Collection Of Deprivation will be released on March 27th.
Fuck me. Today is one hell of a day for albums being streamed. Again, this one I cannot embed. Why don’t you record labels like me? You let No Clean Singing and Metal Injection stream them but leave out little ole’ American Aftermath? Bad form! I kid, I kid. Honestly, I don’t care where I have to go to listen to a killer album, I’m gonna go and rock the fuck out. That is exactly what I did to the new Aborted record Global Flatline.
I have been looking forward to this album since the release of that weird teaser that came out a while back. Listening to it now, I can honestly say this album is everything I wanted it to be. Check out the stream of Global Flatline here. Enjoy. The album comes out on January 23rd via Century Media Records.