Album Reviews

The Brazilian death/doom duo Fossilization has cultivated its niche in the cavernous style of sludge death/doom metal. ‘Leprous Daylight’ takes many influences from the Finnish and the American death doom metal bands. Out on Everlasting Spew on September 8.

Olkoth’s debut album “At The Eye of Chaos” is a superior death metal record that is highly recommended for the aficionados of extreme and technical music, do not hesitate to tune into the madness, released via Everlasting Spew Records.

“Reality Rotten to the Core” sums up the extreme side of the eighties grindcore music, the Japanese quartet FesterDecay managed to deliver a putrid mix of grindcore and death metal that brings a breath of the rotten stench to the mortuary. Out via Everlasting Spew Records.

Nothingness’s sophomore ‘Supraliminal’ is a monstrous juggernaut of death metal brutality that twists into patterns of dissonance and sludge metal. The Minneapolis five-piece established a unique sonic trademark showing the technical side of their craft. Out via Everlasting Spew Records.

Minnesota death doom quartet Void Rot returns from the gaping void to deliver a crushing parade of an EP. ‘Telluric Dismemberment’ includes a brand new song, a cover song of Amorphis and three live songs taken from their first studio album ‘Descending Pillars’. Out on Everlasting Spew Records.

Australia’s death metal act Altars delivers one hell of a complex record. Their sophomore ‘Ascetic Reflection’ is highly recommended for fans of Gorguts and Portal. Out on Everlasting Spew Records.

Father Befouled’s “Crowned In Veneficum” is an excellent follow-up to 2017 “Desolate Gods”. This is a solid album that combines sludgy guitars and brutality!

Everlasting Spew Records releases a top notch split album that features new rising death metal acts like Ritual Necromancy and Fossilization.

Burial’s full-length album has transcended in quality and sound, the quartet gives us an in-depth sight of their deep musical arrangements.

The resulting sound of “Outer World Graves” lives up to the expectations Devoid of Thought combines the best elements of sci-fi death metal on their first studio album.