Jun 11, 2014
Based on this album, I am going to go back and listen to their other two albums.
Edge Of Darkness: Tombs (Brooklyn) (0:28-5:51)
Blast metal, but breaks down so fun-ly.
Subhumannihilation: NuclearHammer (Toronto) (6:47-13:01)
Burzum is legendary, in a terrible way. His violent and psychotic crimes put him in prison where he was allowed to record (Norwegian prison system is pretty cool). I feel guilty liking his black metal and dark ambient. This new album is noise and ambient, horror-ambient if you will.
Hall of the Fallen: Burzum (Norway) (13:58-18:59)
Detroit boys like guns, or at least like posing with them. I hate that. But, they know how to brung forth it.
Energy Blackmail: Boddicker (Detroit) (19:25-21:33)
Chicagoans bring us mafia, terrible weather, Bruce and romantic metal.
Jet Black Passenger: The Atlas Moth (Chicago) (21:55-26:21)
Avant-garde swirled Spanish metal.
Pentecostal Black Punishment: Barbarian Swords (Spain) (27:20-31:48)
Weirdos in Sacramento make industrial.
Flies: Wreck and Reference (Sacramento) (32:17-35:52)
Menace is a good way to put it.
Monuments Of Misery: Hooded Menace (Finland) (36:20-43:22)
This new album by Godflesh is better than their old stuff. For the more manly industrial listener (me).
Decline & Fall: Godflesh (England) (44:02-48:16)
GGU:LL sounds like being swallowed by the sarlacc pit.
Waan: GGU:LL (Netherlands) (49:17-55:14)
The warmth of south American heavy metal.
Towards the Midnight Ocean: Capilla Ardiente (Chile) (55:31-END)