Apr 1, 2015
Grind that breaks down satisfyingly into death and groove, prog and brutal. The vocals add, rather than suffocate.
Hell In Her Eyes: Theories (Seattle)(0:28-5:04)
Swedish psychedelic rock, vocals are gorgeous.
The Stone: Nocturnalia (Sweden)(6:38-11:35)
Some akin the vocals to Dystopia, which I agree. This band is WAY more straight-forward than Dystopia. This is catchy thick sludge.
Hangover Suicide: Iron Witch (U.K.)(12:10-17:47)
Michael Shenker basically made a ton of music montage soundtracks for an 80’s movie.
Something Of The Night: Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock (Germany)(18:31-22:17)
Napalm Death and shit. Same sound – these guys are obviously talented in their take on brutal grind.
Beyond The Pale: Napalm Death (U.K.)(23:06-26:09)
Colour Haze is one of my favorite psychedelic bands – they do that 70’s twang really well. Atmospheric fo SHO, you can rip some bong hits to this one.
Circles: Colour Haze (Germany)(27:31-34:22)
Heavy metal band Sorceror is super old school. They ARE from the 80’s.
Exorcise the Demon: Sorceror (Sweden)(34:48-42:17)
Covers from Prong. It was ok, fun to hear once. I wish they picked another song by Sisters of Mercy.
Give me the Cure (Fugazi cover): Prong (NYC)(43:04-46:09)
Gore metal, nothing new from Exhumed.
Limb From Limb: Exhumed (San Jose)(47:07-50:04)
Aldebaran dude, brings that sort of slumbering sound with heavy drums into this new band.
9 Gates Of Shadow: Shrine of the Serpent (Portland)(51:06-END)
Behind my vocals: