Tag: Lacerated Enemy Records

Band of the Month: Hiss from the Moat

Hiss from the Moat epitomises the dominant style of Italian death metal currently – brutal, technical and relentless. Following in the footsteps of compatriots Hour of Penance and Fleshgod Apocalypse, this three-piece act even boasts James Payne behind the drums, and Paolo on session vocals on their debut album, Misanthropy. We catch up with the band to learn more about the concept behind Misanthropy (which has now been picked up by Nuclear Blast), and the philosophy behind their music.

Album Review: Konkeror – The Abysmal Horizons

Konkeror [USA]
The Abysmal Horizons
2012
Full Length
Lacerated Enemy Records
Progressive Death Metal

2 years after its original release, progressive death metallers Konkeror‘s debut full length album The Abysmal Horizons finally gets reissue treatment via Lacerated Enemy Records. Complete with a refreshed cover artwork and a bonus Bolt Thrower cover …

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Album Review: Infecting the Swarm – Pathogenesis

Infecting the Swarm [Germany]
Pathogenesis
2014
Full Length
Lacerated Enemy Records
Brutal Death Metal

Hailing from Germany, Infecting the Swarm is the latest band to put out their debut full length album, Pathogenesis under Lacerated Enemy Records, which has already impressed me over the past year with their excellent selection of …

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Album Review: Cognizance – Inquisition

Cognizance [UK]
Inquisition
2012
EP
Lacerated Enemy Records
Technical Death Metal

UK technical death metal outfit Cognizance may effectively be just a duo behind the band, but on their debut EP Inquisition the band has a whole host of guest musicians to make their first release one that is equally skull-crushingly …

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Album Review: Necrovile – Engorging the Devourmental Void

Necrovile [Romania]
Engorging the Devourmental Void
2013
Full Length
Lacerated Enemy Records
Brutal Death Metal

With the band’s album already a good four years ago in 2009, Romanian brutal death metal squad Necrovile last year returned with their most hard-hitting effort till date in the form of Engorging the Devourmental Void. …

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