A truly impressive debut from the Leeds based technical death metallers.
Powerful antifascist death metal that leaves its mark.
The Swedish death metallers return with more heavy atmosphere and heavier riffs.
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A technical and dramatically atmospheric work of death metal.
The Portland based band return with some blisteringly violent old school death metal.
A frothing and snorting eruption of old school death metal.
The Australian death metal heavyweights return to crush us all again.
Promising debut from Canadian melodeath quintet.
A bristling burst of death metal infused metallic hardcore from the Californian hopefuls.
A chat with Birmingham’s death metal prime OSDM crew ahead of their slot at this year’s Supersonic.
The boundaries of black metal are pushed ever further on this powerful release.
A diverse range of influences inform the unique sound of this powerful debut album.
Dark, eerie atmospheres and ferocious riffs lace this dynamic and promising debut.
The Canadian death metal quartet return with their darkest and most rewarding offering yet.