Album Reviews

Morta Skuld on their sixth album continues the dynamic pace of the music, ‘Suffer for Nothing’ is a high standard death metal album.

Gorephilia’s new release “In the Eye of Nothing” spews Cimmerian monolithic tones of the ninety’s death metal.

Skeletal Remains combines viciousness and brutality. The high-quality driven riffs and the grooves ooze from these tracks.

Cemetery Filth’s full-length debut is a raw ghoulish old school death metal experience.

Warp Chamber bends time and space and manages to weave a monstrous death metal album.

Abysmal Dawn return at last with their new Masterpiece, ‘Phylogenesis’.

Blood Incantation have definitely created one of the best albums of 2019. ‘Hidden History of the Human Race’ is laden with heavy and proggy death metal riffs, which are testament to the band’s prowess as tech death masters.

Cannabis Corpse lit a good doobie and delivered one hell of a death metal album!

“Teufelsbücher” is very brutal and ambiguous album. Rightfully mastered by the Chilean occultists of Unaussprechlichen Kulten who has released another massive record inspired by the Lovecraftian mythos.

Baest seems to continue in the same direction of the debut album but this time they push harder where they intent to sound more organic and raw.