Tag: Pulverised Records

Album Review: Crypt of Kerberos – World of Myths

Crypt of Kerberos [Sweden]
World of Myths
1993/2012 (Reissue)
Full Length
Adipocere Records/Pulverised Records (Reissue)
Death Metal

After almost 20 years, Pulverised Records this year releases Swedish death metal band Crypt of Kerberos‘ debut (and sole) full length album, World of Myths. On top of the tracks that were included in …

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Album Review: Fastkill – Bestial Thrashing Bulldozer

Fastkill [Japan]
Bestial Thrashing Bulldozer
2012
Full Length
Pulverised Records
Thrash Metal

Japan’s Fastkill has created a niche sound for itself over the years, with their energetic debut album in 2004, Infernal Thrashing Holocaust defining the style that they will play in in the coming years. The band this …

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Album Review: Master – The New Elite

Master [USA]
The New Elite
2012
Full Length
Pulverised Records
Death Metal

Paul Speckmann has proven himself over the years to be a legend in the underground death metal scene, yet it is rather ironic that I have never really thought of checking out the releases that Master has put …

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Album Review: Zombiefication – Reaper’s Consecration

Zombiefication [Mexico]
Reaper’s Consecration
2011
EP
Pulverised Records
Death Metal

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Mexican death metal band Zombiefication‘s 2010 debut release Midnight Stench introduced listeners to the band’s style of death metal, emulating the style that old school Swedish death metal bands have created. Though nothing particularly memorable nor original on the record, the band’s energy seeping out …

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Album Review: HeXen – Being and Nothingness

HeXen [USA]
Being and Nothingness
2012
Full Length
Pulverised Records
Thrash Metal

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Hexen returns this year after a 4 year period of silence with their latest album, Being and Nothingness, this time under their new label, Pulverised Records. That somewhat futuristic and mystical looking album artwork almost reminded me of that unique (and somewhat disappointing) Conspiracy album, …

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