Mar 18, 2020
ULCERATE (New Zealand)
Stare Into Death And Be Still
— Tightly wound tech death unraveling into melodic strings, proggy tempo and doomy paces. Full album releases next month.
— Scott Hoffman from High Spirits and Dawnbringer brings forth another project with retro glam and heavy metal choruses and an edgier vocal.
RUIN LUST (Brooklyn)
Prison of Sentient Horror
— Crawl through the destruction with the walls crumbling all around.
HIBISCUS BISCUIT (AU)
Wake Me Up
— A summer psychedelic breeze, floating you farther into a starlit galaxy.
— The screech of Finnish vocals paints the chamber of haunting, massive, bleak black metal, rhythmically unexpected.
Rainbow in the Dark
— If you know Khemmis, you will not be offended they took the titanic task of singing a cover of Ronnie James.
5 R V L N 5 (Chicago)
— Pronounced Surveillance, an ominous vibration evolving to darker industrial beats.
Beheading the Buddha
— Yes, you may hate this type of vocal, but get over yourself. It is the guttering of the gut of a guttural vocal that vibrates through a tornado of churning guitars, and breaks into the most delicious instrumental synth trances. You will not find what you were expecting here.
— B-movie horror synth composed for you to be murdered by a serial killer after losing your virginity.
— Tribal black atmosphere with sinister beat and melody created in a monstrous dimension.
— Frothy LA new wave to dance with your asymmetrical bangs and pointy shoes.