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Exploration: Pilgrim – Misery Wizard (2012)

It's been a wizards staff (as used as a measurement(shut up)) since we've had any doom around these parts and Pilgrim fits the fucking bill exactly. Pilgrim is the kind of band I think of when I think of just... Continue Reading →

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Flourishing – The Sum of all Fossils (2011)

There's so much formula and redundancy in death metal nowadays that I find myself constantly on the look out for any band doing something original or unique or interesting within the genre. Granted there are bands that are trying to... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Judicator – Sleepy Plessow (2013)

While I could go on and on about how criminally overlooked Judicator is, I too am guilty of overlooking their first two albums. See, I got hip to them in 2015 with their massively beautiful album At the Expense of Humanity,... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Syrus – Tales of War (2017)

There's a long and constantly growing list of metal bands from the 80's (and 90's, to some extent) dusting off their denim jackets and throwing themselves back in to the mix. It's hard to blame them, after all, nostalgia is... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Cemetery Piss – Order of the Vulture (2016)

Metal Archives lists Cemetery Piss' lyrical themes as "desecration" and "blasphemy." That about sums up this band perfectly. If you couldn't guess from the name, Cemetery Piss revels in expletive and vulgarity excess. Think Midnight if only they were filthier.... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Forbidden – Omega Wave (2010)

I know Forbidden is considered one of the more underrated American thrash band but aside from their debut album Forbidden Evil I think their career is a bit spotty. They fell victim to the dreaded 90's thrash killer and tried to adjust... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Equinox – Return to Mystery (1996)

A black/death metal band, from the States, in the 90s? That doesn't sound like everything from Florida at the time? How has this band gone so criminally underrated for so long? Maybe it was because of said Florida sounding death... Continue Reading →

Sadistic Intent – Resurrection EP (1994)

Californian band Sadistic Intent has been a presence in the death metal scene since the mid 80's when the genre was just being refined. Saying that you might think they have a long lineage of under recognized albums under their... Continue Reading →

Cryptic Slaughter – Money Talks (1987)

While I'm a thrash and punk fan, crossover has never really been my bag aside from a few select bands and albums. I do, however, enjoy other forms of metal and punk meeting IE the crust element that is exploding... Continue Reading →

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