|Black Metal 2013 Anticipations|
I accidentally hit the [X] instead of the  button on my last 2013 BM thread, so I have to rmake another one. They should really put a confirmation button there. This list will be better, I rpromise! Rec me more stuff to fill up the gaps.
Sink into the swirling abyss.
|2||When Woods Make Graves|
A more "professional," organic recording style this time, so it's already sounding like a drastic improvement upon his 2012
Old Mornings Dawn
Ambient black metal. Was pretty good.
|6|| ||Altar of Plagues|
Hopefully with more shoegaze.
|10|| ||Paysage D'Hiver|
Hopefully their debut record will hit this year.
|12|| ||Lake of Blood|
I believe our friend Austin is working on a new album that will see the light of day eventually, and is also working on some splits.
So, at the very least, we will see a few splits from this dude this year.
|14|| ||Galaktik Cancer Squad|
More melodic black atmospheric metal of guitaringness.
Post-black-doom-basement metal. Less post-rock influence takes away a lot of the meandering this band did on their debut,
giving songs a better sense of focus and direction this time around. Although the reduction in "atmospheric" sections and
buildups may make this release less unique, it's definitely a step forward for the band in terms of their songwriting.
An excellent release.
I believe he's doing something completely different this time around. Should be interesting.
I'm sure they'll put out a few more demos this year.
They have yet to release the final track and physical release of this song. The first BM tracks was incredible, so I'm sure the
final track also will be.
Dense vacuum cleaners of doom. Amazingly, this wasn't a Stephen King idea.
They're not black metal rawr rawr rawr. The band is evil and everyone seems to be waiting for it, so I think it fits.
Atmospheric cascadian folk hippy metal. They'll be recording it in the spring-ish, and I'm hoping for it to be a summer release.
It's ok. The synths are too prominent on the first track, and the second doesn't really go anywhere. The production is still
wack, as the guitars don't sound aggressive enough, and the drums are too clunky to be aggressive, as well.
They have a new LP and EP on the way. Will rule.
Fairly straightforward post-black with blasts and stuff. They've been compared slightly to Ash Borer, and Noctus likes them so
you should check them out.
Also post-black. Good stuff.