Album Reviews

On their newest EP offering ‘Earthendium’ New Jersey death metal act Disma unleashes a sonic cacophony of down tuned death metal riffs that makes them among the best bands in death metal today. Out on Necroharmonic Productions.

Undeath’s sophomore release ‘It’s Time… to Rise from the Grave’ captures its trademark brutal elements and still manages to hold its own style by delivering a sense of freshness and death metal brevity.

Viogression’s 3rd full-length album “3rd Stage of Decay” offers a heavy slab of old school death metal morbidity with unforgettable riffs that bear the late 80s and early 90s trademarks! Out via Satanath Records!

“A Call to Arms” is a top-notch death metal record filled with robust energy where Jungle Rot flawlessly nails its sound as somewhat of an “elite” band in the genre, out via Unique Leader Records.

Cannibal Corpse’s fifteenth album is weighty and viscerally thrilling brought by high standards, the cohesive performance makes each song sound viciously aggressive.

“Steeping Corporeal Mess” will have you all hooked by the nifty riffs and slow tempos, there are a lot of elements which Fetid seems to be influenced by Undergang.

“Paradox” was carefully crafted by the veterans of old school metal Nocturnus AD as they present this record to the fans of the genre.

Hath made their debut record count big time. A diverse and dynamic record that contains nothing but suprises and amazing musicianship.

Deathgrind legends Misery index are back with full force with their latest exploit ‘Rituals of Power’. Less grind, more thrash, but still full-on death metal.

Pulchra Morte blends the melodies with aggression and they do it with quality.