Truly dark and exhilarating music here. Covering many genres and keeping things heavy throughout the entire listen. Enough babble though, Decibel is streaming the entire new EP right here. Go check it out now.
Well hello there. Man is the year coming to a close already?! Good because I’m ready for 2014 and all of the new stuff that is coming my way. 2013 was a fantastic year for metal, all genres gave me something terrific to enjoy. I reviewed well over 300 albums this year and listened to many more. So without further delay, I give you my top 25 albums of 2013.
Hate Eternal bass sorcerer J.J. Hrubovcak recently unveiled the details of his Death Metal Christmas – Hellish Renditions Of Christmas Classics creation. Composed and produced by J.J. with vocals and artwork, by brother/Monstrosity throat Mike Hrubovcak, Death Metal Christmas – Hellish Renditions Of Christmas Classics was engineered by Hate Eternal mastermind Erik Rutan and J.J., mixed and mastered by Brian Elliott all at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida and boasts five diseased recreations of some of the season’s darkest hymns.
Get ready to fire one up to the soothing torrent of “Shatter Their Bongs,” packing a bong-bastic surge of lung-blackening auditory intoxication from red-eyed riffmanglers, CANNABIS CORPSE. Harvested from their impending Splatterhash split with GHOUL, the second of CC‘s two tracks on their contribution of the co-release, “Shatter Their Bongs” is the first from the band to showcase the lungpower of bassist Land Phil (Iron Reagan, Municipal Waste), and is now being passed around over at the Cvlt Nation camp.
Get tore up from the floor up with “Shatter Their Bongs” RIGHT HERE.
The massive weight of death has never felt so real before. Eye of Solitude presents the soundtrack of your demise, your decent….your forever drifting into the void of nothingness. The sadness is overwhelming. The music triggering everything that could possibly be negative. The vocals of sheer terror and agony rip through your soul as they blast through the speakers. Is this music? Is this death?