Death Metal Underground covered Undead Blood Enemy and False Prophecies in the past, interviewing the band on their inspirations at that time, chronicling a band that makes a Master-style version of Swedish old school death metal (OSDM).
Tags: death metal, Undead
Underground metal stood out from the rest because it did not aim to be friendly to the audience and offer them something soft and easily engaging to distract them from reality. Instead it offered enmeshment in the challenge of our time, which it met with violence and distrust.
Tags: death vanish, lord mortvm, sever, smr, thanatomass, thysia, unpure
Sammath has always had two bands inside: one that writes subtle melodic music, and another that wants full-on pounding rhythmic warfare like early death metal. On Grebbeberg, Sammath unites its Gemini-like two halves with the aggression of Dodengang mixed into the melody of recent works.
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Graveland has signed a contract with No Colours records for recording of an EP The Temple of Infernal Fire which is dedicated to the Polish black metal underground and will contain covers of Veles, Legion, Infernum, and Thunderbolt.
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Continuing their journey into the hybrid of black metal and war metal, Sammath mix in a little more grinding classic death metal for their seventh full-length album, Grebbeberg, to be released on Hammheart/Napalm records on June 16.
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Founding member of Greek cult black metal band Necromantia The Magus, formerly known as Magus Wampyr Daoloth, who recently cowrote a book that might be the most interesting assessment of metal in recent years, took the time to answer some of our questions and provide fresh mysteries for those who want to understand this cryptic and mythological subgenre.
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The question before us remains whether humanity will get its act together to adapt and survive. We beat the first few levels, yes, with agriculture and institutions, now have some nifty technology like digital computers and infernal combustion engines, but that just leveled us up.
Tags: alligator, atrocious filth, begotten, catacomb, festerdecay, pustilence, putred, satanika, smr, the unholy
Funeral doom mixed with melodic Swedish-style black metal and some heavy metal elements, Ornamientos del Miedo might have a subtler influence in electronic music with this two-song EP of layers built around the same melodic progression, with breaks for counterpoint riffs before resuming momentum.
Tags: funeral doom, ornamientos del miedo
Most popular music memoirs fall into either criticism or worship of the phenomenon of popular music itself, focusing more on the fan response and megalomania of musicians than the reasons behind the creation of this music. The Serpent and the Pentagram takes a different approach.
Tags: aris shock, Black Metal, necromantia, the magus
For years many of us have told death metal bands that instead of trying to mix hard rock into their death metal, it makes more sense just to cast off the underground metal aspersions and go full hard rock. With a mix of Motörhead, Iron Maiden, and AC/DC plus their own melodic and prog touches, Xysma do that.
Tags: hard rock, xysma