Tue, 19 April 2016
Guest vocals on new Naðra EP, some dude that is both famous for pop and heavy metal. Super group, with members of many Icelanding bands including Mispyrming.
Fórn: Naðra (Iceland)(0:28-5:21)
Balanced death and thrash and relentless energy.
Conquerors March: Phazm (France)(6:52-11:40)
The shine between the cracks: wait for the melody.
Dreamer of Ages: Horrified (UK)(12:05-16:19)
Uada’s debut album has that Pacific Northwest black metal thing going.
Devoid of Light: Uada (Portland)(17:10-23:01)
Groovified, jaunty bluesy death.
Nature of Humankind: Convulse (Finland)(23:33-27:57)
Lucid Delirium: Inverloch (AU)(29:04-34:59)
Symphonic, bringing in the organic sounds of keyboard and ethnic folk and pagan to their raw black metal.
Ephemeral World, Pt. 1: Onirism (France)(35:28-41:18)
Classic heavy metal with a little LA cheese, a bit of the glam.
Break Out: White Wizzard (LA)(41:43-47:01)
Unstructured psychedelic death metal.
Subliminal Lock - A Precursor To Vengeance: Howls of Ebb (SF)(47:51-54:14)
Do I think it’s a bit of swamp metal because of the area they live? Perhaps. They have that Alabama sound.
Extinct Is Instinct: Hexxus (Alabama)(54:37-58:44)
Sludgy riffs and hardcore.
Into Exile: Clover (NY)(59:04-END)