|Dewi's Dungeon // Feb 3rd|
Oh dear, we're losing the grip of this. I guess you'll get a couple of lists this week so we can catch up! Herearetheguds...
Let the Earth Be Silent
Country: UK / Germany
Label: Prophecy Productions
Album of the week for me. I gave it a wholesome review, so maybe check that out!
The Wonders Still Awaiting
Genre: Symphonic Metal
Could this be the definitive Xandria manifestation in our dimension? Certainly enjoyed it more than any of the past material I heard. On the other hand, there's a lot to unpack here, maybe too much. Mr. Pizza delivered a glowing review for this one give it a read!
Genre: Black Metal
Label: No Factory
Abrasive war-themed black metal from Sweden. Only heard the first track so far which blew my head off, so excited to check. WIll report back, maybe...
|4||Palace of Worms|
Genre: Black Metal / Progressive Metal / Avantgarde
Label: Acephale Winter
One man project from California. This is an obscene blend of dispar genders that will definitely surprise you.
Genre: Symphonic Death Metal
Label: Gothoom Productions
If you're one of those that pray to Cthulu every night before going to sleep, then I'll guess this one's for you.
Rise to Power
Genre: Death Metal / Groove Metal
Label: Reaper / Ward
Ex-members of Bolt Thrower form intrepid groovy death metal band and reviews are mixed. I personally enjoyed it.
No link for this one though, no bandcamp, some songs on YT, so... good riddance!
Genre: Death Metal / Avantgarde
Label: Transylvanian Recordings
Twisted death metal from Sacramento... Our resident chef Gnocchi cooked a review for this one, so don't be a fool and read his thoughts.
Thieves and Liars
Label: Ripple Music
That's three bands from California, c'mon now. Anyway, figures the list could use some good ol' pothead sounds, and this will do!
|9||Fragments Of Lost Memories|
Life Is Fleeting
Genre: Funeral Doom
Label: Self Released
Their last album was the first album I heard last year so I'm glad to see they are still going. Haven't heard it yet but the last one was solid, so looking forward to it.
Country: No idea
This is very soothing and hypnotic, an interesting take on dissodeath a bit less agressive than usual. Metal all-terrain staffer theNotrap wrote about it so go read that out.