Tue, 14 October 2014
Another incredible female vocalist leading the pack. The band is riffy awesome fun 70’s style Sabbath doom.
The Mask Of Herne: Alunah (England) (0:28-6:18)
Revocation shares the guitarist from Artificial Brain. This new Revocation album has some proggy-ness, and definite melody which makes it stand out from the usual thrash. This is a great band.
Witch Trials: Revocation (Boston) (7:23-13:15)
New E.P. from Inter Arma is a keeper, one song – 46 minutes. It dives into a number of different sounds, which are basically different songs, which means this E.P. is a full album in disguise.
(a very small portion of) The Cavern: Inter Arma (Richmond) (13:52-22:24)
Baptists are pummeling crushing hardcore, in the vein of Converge.
For Profit: Baptists (Vancouver) (22:54-26:06)
Not to sound like a broken record, but another incredible female vocalist. Not contrived, just a part of the sound of the band. She just quit the band.
Psycho Animundi: Witch Mountain (Portland) (27:13-35:55)
Wowsers, this is some dark Polish noise infused black cloudy guttural stuff.
Winter’s Bone: Thaw (Poland) (36:21-41:43)
Yay, awesome new post-punk, full of nostalgic 80’s dance-y alternative.
The Only Star in the Sky: The House of Capricorn (New Zealand) (42:01-46:05)
Disjointed black metal, the songs are very different from each other so you will get a touch of droning ambient.
The Will Of Fire: Tongues (Denmark) (46:59-55:12)
Detroit flips you off.
Exanimate Gaze: Temple of Void (Detroit) (55:51-END)