Tue, 25 October 2016
2013’s Best Crossover, these Chicago bros have come out with their best album yet – still witty, strange and a blast.
Tachycardia: Oozing Wound (Chicago)(0:28-4:34)
Atmospheric angular death.
Say Nothing: Auroch (Vancouver)(5:35-12:44)
Another excellent classic doom album from Khemmis. Vocals are more versatile on this album.
Three gates: Khemmis (Denver)(13:02-19:23)
Black Table’s vocals are so fierce, they cut me off.
Obtuse: Black Table (NY/NJ)(19:42-25:44)
Haunting vocals create the tone. Chilling doom to depress you in a fun way.
Pale in Horror: Maugrim (FL/NC)(26:42-33:44)
Seputus shares Pyrrhon’s drummer, and shit is brutal grind and death. You can skip around to it.
Haruspex Retirement Speech: Seputus (Philly)(34:04-36:01)
Ah, I love the vocals on this proggy riffy Anciients album.
Pentacle: Anciients (Canada)(36:20-41:50)
Anonymous Norwegian spewing out droney, atmospheric black metal.
To Voice the Unutterable: Recitations (Norway)(42:21-46:40)
Darkness: T.O.M.B. (Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy)(PA)(47:42-50:38)
SIBERIAN, dude. That is hardcore in itself.
Xasthur: Ultar (Siberia)(51:20-57:50)
Aaron Dallison’s Brain Tentacles, nuff said.
The Sadist: Brain Tentacles (Cleveland/Chicago)(58:34-END)