Recently, I found a Youtube channel called “Atmospheric Black Metal Albums” devoted to what hipster urban lumberjacks have termed “atmospheric black metal”. We must call attention to the horrible Youtube, supposedly “black metal” sub-genre festering right under our noses for it is wholly different from the Eastern European flowing varietal.
Tags: article, atmosphere, black 'n roll, boring, celephaïs, drone, emo, enisum, GRID, hippies, hipster bullshit, popol vuh, poseurs, post-hardcore, screamo, the howling void, youtube
Incantation rehash past riff phrases of theirs into drawn out, incredibly boring heavy, speed, and doom metal tracks on Profane Nexus.
Tags: 2017, boring, cash grab, Doom Metal, Heavy Metal, incantation, lame metal, mainstream metal, profane nexus, rehash, relapse, relapse records, review, sell-out, selling out, shit, Speed Metal
Incantation released a music for the track “Messiah Nostrum” off their sure to be lame upcoming album Profane Nexus which comes out on Relapse Records later this year on a date I do not care enough about to Google or read the description of the Youtube video for. Neither should you as you absolutely should not pay money for this excuse to tour.
Tags: boring, death metal, incantation, modern metal, music video, new track, relapse, relapse records, techdeaf, tek-deth
Article by Lance Viggiano. Read his take on Transilvanian Hunger here.
I was essentially swindled into purchasing the gorgeous gatefold edition of this Averse Sefira LP which showcases some rather magnificent and captivating artwork as well as an above average execution of the band’s themes, concepts, and symbolism in visual form.
Tags: 2008, Advent Parallax, article, averse sefira, Black Metal, boring, counter-review, death metal, jeff tandy, lame metal, lyrics, modern metal, re-review, review, techdeaf, tek-deth, texas, vapid, wanking
Not so legendary Spanish speed metal band Canker are mounting a comeback. How can you mount a comeback if you never came to begin with?
Tags: beer metal, boring, canker, cash grab, comeback, lame metal, Speed Metal, upcoming album, upcoming release, xtreem music
The Lurking Fear, the new band with Tomas Lindberg and Adrian Erlandsson from At the Gates, previewed a new track from their upcoming Out of the Voiceless Grave debut album which comes out August 11th on Century Media.
Tags: Adrian Erlandsson, boring, century media, century media records, death metal, mainstream metal, new track, rehash, single, the lurking fear, Tomas Lindberg, upcoming album