The Lurking Fear ludicrously claim that:
The Lurking Fear is bringing sheer, natural weirdness and horror back to the scene, as we want our death metal ugly, twisted and possessed.
Riffs should stir up real feelings of repulsion, and disgust deep down in your soul, and vocals should sounds like hounds of hell howling at the moon.
Tags: cash grab, century media, century media records, death 'n' roll, deathcore, h.p. lovecraft, HPV, liars, Lovecraft, review, shit, Sweden, the lurking fear, Tomas Lindberg
New Wave of British Heavy Metal legends Angel Witch are touring England this August, opening up for stoner rock band Electric Wizard.
Tags: Angel Witch, electric wizard, england, hard rock, Heavy Metal, news, NWOBHM, stoner doom, stoner rock, tour, tour dates, united kingdom, upcoming tours
Carcass have been touring almost non-stop over the last few years, playing their “hits” and a few tracks from the awful Surgical Steel, including the ones that rip off “The Hellion” and “Holy Wars”.
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Necroharmonic Productions released an Incantation live album, Rotting Spiritual Embodiment, featuring a remastered live recording of the band from 1991.
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Satyricon announced a new record, Deep Calleth Upon Deep, which is coming out September 22nd on Napalm Records.
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Those of you who despair about the lack of good contemporary metal music take notice –- it could be worse. One striking example is progressive rock which, after five years of unprecedented creative activity in the early 1970s, blew all of its fuses and left only pale imitations of a glorious past in its wake.
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Many have noted the rise of the music in the intersection between martial industrial, synthwave, dark ambient and dungeon synth which has produced a number of offshoot genres. Coming to us from China, Psycho Survivors (失常幸存者) attempt to meld death metal and synthwave music into a new form that has the techniques of industrial with the compositional sensibilities of death metal.
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