Black Tongue have created a crushing debut in The Unconquerable Dark. It is one of the heaviest, most abysmal albums I have heard, and while it oozes and crawls along at times, it never loses an ounce of brutality.
Expectations were huge for Act Of Defiance. They really overcame them with Birth and the Burial. It is an amazing debut album that really showcases a very talented group of musicians.
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Dux Mea Lux shows a lot of promise for Cretus. Is it powerful enough to draw listeners from the warmth of their homes into the backwoods of Louisiana to join up with their tribe? Probably not, but it sure makes for one hell of a story.
Hate Eternal’s Infernus is the essential embodiment of Erik Rutan, a death metal tastemaker whose fingerprints on the genre grow darker and more permanent with each release he touches.
With a line-up that has remained solid for the past four years, the masters of gloriously cinematic metal are at their absolute best and that shines through on latest offering XIII – Devil’s Dozen.
Even if you’re a fan of The Devil Wears Prada, I would recommend putting a fair amount of space between yourself and Space.
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