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Metal / VISCERAL CIRCUITRY Records: New webshop / Industrial - Grindcore - Noise
« Last post by gabalgabow on December 21, 2016, 03:23:27 PM »

New webshop for industrial, grindcore, noise, dark ambient !

Cheap prices.

Check it: http://visc.tictail.com

Metal / Re: OUT NOW: Orationem - Your Presence and Strength (October 2016)
« Last post by Hguols on December 19, 2016, 09:13:36 PM »
I had a goal set for myself to get the new "Your Presence and Strength" album uploaded to YouTube by Christmas.
Goal complete.  ;)

Here's the lyric videos playlist for the entire "Your Presence and Strength" album.

A few announcements.  Since there's a limited pressing of this album which will eventually run out, and Vision of God Records is going to do a special pro-press of the self-titled and Fulfiller (ON ONE CD!), whichever happens first, I will stop selling Orationem merch (CDs and shirts) from the dot com, most likely sometime in 2017.  This will be the first step towards the newer music, which will be individual songs/prayers on YouTube.
Metal / DimensionTerror(Diabolical Black/Death)
« Last post by legionuminfernalis on December 19, 2016, 05:37:55 PM »
Diabolical Black/Death metal
Dimension Terror - Infernal Deathspell (Diabolical Black/Death metal) influenced by behemoth , destroyer 666
Metal / Re: OrthodoxBlackMetal webzine
« Last post by Mpastardos on December 18, 2016, 07:49:06 PM »
The review for the first release of Schlammblut from Germany called "May I Suffer (EP 2016)", is online.

English http://www.orthodoxblackmetal.com/schlammblut-mayisufferep2016.php

Greek http://www.orthodoxblackmetal.com/schlammblut-mayisufferep2016gv.php

« Last post by gabalgabow on December 17, 2016, 08:23:37 AM »
New tapes and CDs for sale

ALTARS (Australia) Paramnesia Tape. Obscure death

AMELUS (Australia) Amelus Demo tape. Death metal, fast and raw.

BUTAMACHO (Chile) Reunión de brujos CD. Old school death

DEATHRONED (Fra) The curse of power MCD. Old styled thrash ŕ la early Kreator.

DEPRIVE (Spa) Deprive Tape. Contains two demo. Death metal

FALLEN ANGEL (Usa) Dissolution Demo tape. Old styled death metal/ Death black

FESTERING (Por) From the grave Demo tape. Swedish death metal

FVRLVRN (Usa) Fvrlvrn Demo tape. Black metal/ Grind.

GOD DISEASE (Fin) Rebirth of horror Demo tape. Old school death with doom influences.

HADEZ (Peru) Morituri te salutant Tape. Old school death

INFRA (Por) Initiation on the ordeals of lower vibrations Demo tape. Death doom/ Black

MORBO (Ita) Addiction to musickal dissection Tape. Old school death influenced by Autopsy.

NEKROSITY (Swe) Rot to survive Demo tape. Swedish death metal

NOMINON (Swe) Chaos in the flesh... Live! Tape. Old school death

PHOBONOID (Ita) Phobonoid Tape. Black doom




Old styled industrial metal without machines, from Finland.
Fans of old Godflesh, Voivod, and maybe old Depressor, feel the furnace.

UNSU/ Grindcore from the north of France.
Live in Douai. Decently abrasive sound.

MORBID ANGEL - Live Germany 1991.
Live at the time of “Blessed are the sick”

Metal / Re: Best METAL releases of 2016
« Last post by vOddy on December 14, 2016, 10:54:52 PM »
Is this Brett Stevens?
Metal / Re: Best METAL releases of 2016
« Last post by death metal black metal on December 14, 2016, 10:16:03 PM »
Serpent Ascending
No God Only Pain
Sorcier Des Glaces

Metal / Re: Best METAL releases of 2016
« Last post by Tree on December 13, 2016, 02:56:16 AM »
[edited] New music: Demon Bitch - Hellfriends. Exhilarating and memorable heavy metal with an idiosyncratic vocalist. Of the very few new releases to which I have listened, this one stands out the most. It's too rock n' roll for me at times and too emotional (for lack of a better word) at others, but my overall impression after five-ish listens is positive.

Re-release: Maleficarum - Unblessed Vol. 1 (as long as the remaster has not ruined Across the Heavens).
Metal / Re: A shift of focus from albums to songs
« Last post by Tree on December 12, 2016, 09:13:30 PM »
Indeed. I have always been reluctant to skip tracks because a voice in my head says, "you might be missing something," but listening to a song just for the sake of hearing it is a bit obsessive.
Metal / Re: A shift of focus from albums to songs
« Last post by vOddy on December 12, 2016, 06:13:13 PM »
I have finally admitted to myself that on some albums, it's okay to skip tracks.
It's just a collection of tracks and not all of them are good anyway.
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