Tag: Deathcore

Nov 13

Necrotted – Worldwide Warfare

Our death metal guy, Prab, wouldn’t consider himself a huge fan of the deathcore genre. Necrotted’s latest album, Worldwide Warfare, is a deathcore album. This doesn’t bode well, or would it finally give Prab a change of heart towards the genre?

May 25

Album Review: Wretched – Cannibal

Wretched [USA] Cannibal 2014 Full Length Victory Records Technical Death Metal/Deathcore American technical death metal band Wretched this year releases their brand new album, Cannibal, and only my second death metal encounter with Victory Records. With the band’s past few releases garnering rather impressive feedback, and the current run of excellent technical death metal releases this year, …

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Feb 06

Album Review: Hiss from the Moat – Misanthropy

Hiss from the Moat [Italy] Misanthropy 2013 Full Length Nuclear Blast/Lacerated Enemy Records Black/Death Metal/Deathcore After a successful run with their 2011 EP The Carved Flesh Message, Italian blackened death metal horde Hiss from the Moat returns with their debut full length album, Misanthropy. Already with bands like Hour of Penance bearing the extreme metal flag of Italy, with Hiss …

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Oct 14

Album Review: Human Improvement Process – Deafening Dissonant Millenium

Human Improvement Process [Italy] Deafening Dissonant Millenium 2013 Full Length Memorial Records Technical Death Metal/Deathcore With compatriots such as Hour of Penance, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Logic of Denial each pushing the boundaries of death metal in Italy, Human Improvement Process left me with rather high expectations. The sci-fi themed cover artwork and album title certainly made things even more …

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Mar 19

Album Review: The Modern Age Slavery – Requiem for Us All

The Modern Age Slavery [Italy] Requiem for Us All 2013 Full Length Pavement Entertainment Technical Death Metal/Deathcore I am usually extremely wary of bands with visual aesthetics as The Modern Age Slavery, with every visual aspect of the band – from the band logo, down to the cover artwork and the band name – pointing towards …

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