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Finnish deathgrinders Sonic Poison premiered 3 new tracks in anticipation of their new album ‘Eruption’, out at the end of the month via Me Saco Un Ojo Records and Pulverised Records.

Galvanizer emerges yet again from the murky swamps of the Finnish death metal scene and announce their upcoming new album and release a first track!

Album Reviews

The sophomore album ‘Squirm Beyond the Mortal Realm’ by Finnish death metal trio Morbific adheres to the rotten roots of the early 90s death metal. This is a near-perfect record that comes highly recommended for fans of Funebre, Depravity, and Demilich. out via Me Saco Un Ojo Records (Vinyl), Memento Mori (CD) and Headsplit Records (Tape).

Vacuous’ first studio album ‘Dreams of Dysphoria’ explores the vast spectral side of atmospheric death metal. Out via Me Saco Un Ojo Records (Vinyl) and Dark Descent Records (CD) since October 14th.

“At the Foothills of Deliration” is a sonic mixture of technicality and progressive death metal. Faceless Burial on its third album presents a grand signature sound full of quality and innate talent from the Aussie lads. Out via Dark Descent and Me Saco Un Ojo Records!

Texan death metal quartet Fleshrot managed to offer up a foul dish for fans of old-school death metal on their first studio album ‘Unburied Corpse’. Out via Me Saco un Ojo Records.

Québécois death metal formation Sedimentum ‘s debut ‘Suppuration Morphogénésiaque’ morphs into the grotesque attributes of the 90s death metal. Out on Memento Mori and Me Saco un Ojo Records.

For the true old-school death metal aficionados Chaotian’s first full-length album ‘Effigies of Obsolescence’ is worthy of your time and money. The Danish trio presents an amalgam of U.S. death metal in its most primitive form. Out on Dark Descent and Me Saco Un Ojo Records.

Cryptworm on its full length album “Spewing Mephitic Putridity” managed to sum up the putrid styles of the Finnish masters Demilich, and the guttural nuances of Undergang.

“Hideous Entity” is a bludgeoning death metal album brought by the methods of the Danish and the Turkish style of death metal.

“The Black Mouth of Sepulchre” delivers unmatched performance from the Danish that will rather bring them to the top echelons of European acts.

Rothadàs’ creative ability to the crafting of antique old-school riffing is wrought from archaic technique, though the duo takes pride in crafting their aesthetics this paradigm will ensue vividly in their future direction.