Infinite Dissolution

There may not be a market for post-metal in 2015, but if there is, Locrian is the prize pig.
Cradle of Filth
Hammer of the Witches

Who saw this coming? Cradle of Filth return with a new line-up and a renewed vigor that has lead to their best album since Midian.
Between the Buried and Me
Coma Ecliptic

Between the Buried and Me continues down the progressive route, this time with less awkward transitions and lots more singing.
Quintessential Ephemera

Even though it may be nothing new for the post metal titans, they back up their claim with yet another massive and vibrant atmosphere.

Abyssal's Profound Lore debut exceeds all expectations.
Virgin Steele
Nocturnes of Hellfire & Damnation

How the mighty have fallen…
Black Age Blues

Goatsnake return on a solid note.
Paradise Lost
The Plague Within

The veterans of doom and gloom are resisting decay with style.
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