Tag: Morbid Angel

Aug 21

Blood Incantation – Starspawn

Blood Incantation [USA] Starspawn 2016 Full Length Dark Descent Records Death Metal There hasn’t been many releases of late that have really caught my attention, particularly in the extreme metal realm. The last extreme album that I fully enjoyed was Moonsorrow‘s latest record, which was more of an atmospheric trip rather than what we tend to …

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Jan 26

Album Review: Perdition Temple – The Tempter’s Victorious

Perdition Temple’s formation after the demise of Angelcorpse left fans of the band rejoicing, continuing the legacy of the latter. The Tempter’s Victorious is Perdition Temple’s follow up to Edict of the Antichrist Elect, and after an almost 5-year silence, the band is back once more with a refreshed lineup, stronger and more vicious than ever.

Dec 30

Album Review: Uncreation – The Great Delusion

Uncreation [Australia] The Great Delusion 2014 Full Length The Black Wreath Death Metal Australia’s Uncreation has been around for 5 years now, and with a single split release with label mates The Horror and Miazma under their belts, the band this year finally drops their full length album, The Great Delusion, 9 tracks of intense, crushing death metal. Upload …

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Oct 04

Album Review: Nader Sadek – The Malefic: Chapter III

Nader Sadek [USA] The Malefic: Chapter III 2014 EP Independent Death Metal My first encounter with the petrophiliac band Nader Sadek was last year on their live album, Living Flesh, which got me extremely interested in the entire concept that mastermind Nader Sadek was able to conjure up, both in studio and under live settings. This year sees …

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May 22

Album Review: Rude – Soul Recall

Rude [USA] Soul Recall 2014 Full Length FDA Rekotz Death Metal Since 2008, American death/thrash metal band Rude has gone back and forth between names, with the time between 2010 and 2011 seeing the band being renamed as Forsaker before returning back to their original moniker of Rude again thereafter. 3 years on, the band releases their debut …

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