Wed, 6 November 2013
I need pretty much straight up catchy, and it is here in this very riffy with some spacey elements album from Brooklyn.
Columbus: Blackout (Brooklyn) (0:28-4:36)
Frenchies Celeste has high standards: 3 years before this album came out, blackened hardcore done to perfection.
Laissé pour compte comme un bâtard: Celeste (France) (5:37-10:31)
You like screaming Swedish? Pyramido's third album crushes.
Fosie: Pyramido (Sweden) (10:59-16:02)
OK, I love Hexvessel. Who knew that the lead singer can do a perfect post-punk sound too?? Finnish really push the limits in standards in talent.
Strange Attractors: Beastmilk (Finland) (16:48-22:31)
Straight up crusty hardcore from Switzerland's Elizabeth, who will be following up this free download with a full album in December.
Created Enemies: Elizabeth (Switzerland) (22:47-24:51)
Fun old school thrash album, really catchy stuff here.
Rat Eater: Toxic Holocaust (Portland) (25:43-29:24)
Solo experimental creepy horror metal from Australia.
Hair, Skin, Nails: Uboa (Melbourne) (29:56-36:04)
The singing can get on my nerves, but East of the Wall is great technical proggy stuff.
Obfuscator Dye: East of the Wall (NJ) (36:29-41:26)
A great southern raw garage sound.
I Am An Amateur At Everything: Whores (Atlanta) (41:55-47:02)
Sea of Bones has come out with a huge album, one song is 40 minutes. At one point, there was the rawest most badass black metal drumming going OFF. This shit is immense.
Black Arm: Sea of Bones (Connecticut - a stupid state) (48:04-54:25)
Yeah, you come up with a great band name? I will listen to your shit. AND, it is super catchy? Good job.
Rest In Pieces, Sir: Swarm of Spheres (Ottawa) (54:47-END!)