Tag: Death

Album Review: Obscure Infinity – Perpetual Descending into Nothingness

Obscure Infinity [Germany]
Perpetual Descending into Nothingness
2015
Full Length
FDA Rekotz
Death Metal

Germany’s Obscure Infinity‘s appreciation of Grave is obvious, with the band being named after one of the Swedish death metal legends’ songs. 3 years since their sophomore full length album, the band is finally ready to release their …

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Album Review: Pyre – Human Hecatomb

Pyre [Russia]
Human Hecatomb
2014
Full Length
Chaos Records
Death Metal

With my recent obsession with Swedish death metal, it is nice to see and hear that the plague has even spread to the lands of Russia. Formed in 2011, Pyre finally releases their debut full length album Human Hecatomb after …

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Album Review: Morbider/Abyssus – From the Abyss Raised the Morbid

Morbider/Abyssus [Czech Republic/Greece]
From the Abyss Raised the Morbid
2014
Split
Ablaze Productions
Death Metal

Yet another split featuring acts from countries other than Sweden playing death metal in the veins of old school Swedish style. Morbider, hailing from Czech Republic and Abyssus from Greece comes together on their brand new split, From the …

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Album Review: Terminal Death – Terminal Death

Terminal Death [USA]
Terminal Death
2014
Compilation
Shadow Kingdom Records
Death Metal

While Shaun Glass is now better known for his works with bands like Broken Hope and Dirge Within, early in the 80s he was in a little-known death metal band Terminal Death, marking his first works in the extreme metal …

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DEATH: Entire ‘Leprosy’ Reissue Available For Streaming

The fifth installment in Relapse’s exhaustive reissue campaign of DEATH’s immensely influential catalog is “Leprosy”, the band’s titanic second album. Originally released in 1988 the pioneering LP built upon the thrash sounds of METALLICA and SLAYER but added a previously unheard level of raw extremity. These songs are the roots of an entire genre: death metal. While this was only the second record DEATH released, it immediately cemented them as heavy metal icons.

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