Exploration: Lost – Fear-Strach (2003)

Agrimonia is band that's had me excited for the past couple years with their past two full-length releases. Of all the musical mashups they offer, Crust Punk is always the genre that comes up most when talking about them and... Continue Reading →


Weekly Playlist 03/16/2018

Just in case you aren't familiar with what this post is about, Here's a whole bunch of super rad metal albums that came out the past couple weeks. Try something new while you fucking cry over a toy store closing. NEW... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Hour of Penance – The Vile Conception (2008)

I feel like I need one of those stupid fucking "I don't always do something but when I do I..." because that's how I have to qualify my listening to brutal death metal. It's not a genre I get in... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Oþalan – De norröna sederna (2016)

This is another awesome find shared with me by my buddy Brain Smasher, and I'm fairly certain he discovered this band from that massive Summoning tribute album In Mordor Where the Shadows Are that came out last year or the year before.... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Death Angel – The Ultra-Violence (1987)

Death Angel is one of those bands that I've just never thought lived up to the hype. Maybe 10 years ago nobody was talking about Death Angel then all of a sudden there's this air of awe and genius that... Continue Reading →

Weekly Playlist 03/02/2018

Maybe I should stop calling this my weekly playlist if I can't fucking get it out weekly. Also, I've started limiting these posts to only new stuff I'm listening to because A. It's easier to share and B. We've all... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Slaughter – Strappado (1987)

When the tangled and murky origins of death metal are discussed, Canada's Strappado is often thrown into the mix. In 1987 death metal had yet to settle on an established sound, and this period is one of my favorite periods... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Obsidian Gate – The Nightspectral Voyage (1999)

Symphonic Black Metal is a genre I truly enjoy but find incredible difficult to talk about mostly because the genre is so dominated by comparisons to either Emperor, or Dimmu Borgir. To be fair, a lot of it does kind... Continue Reading →

Exploration: D.R.I. – Crossover (1987)

D.R. fucking. I. If this isn't a blast from my past I don't know what is. Goddamn, I loved D.R.I. when I was a wee punk rock kid in the 90s. D.R.I., along with Motorhead, and Metallica were the only... Continue Reading →

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