BenCee
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Esoctrilihum Eternity Of Shaog
Very vicious and fast-paced death metal with very odd, anxiety-inducing violins and other instruments thrown in. Unfortunately the constant inclusion of these into practically every section, along with some odd mixing choices causes the guitars to lose a lot of their power. Still worth a listen by anyone into Abyssal, Wormlust, and weird/dissonant black/death metal.
3.0
05.23.20
Cryptic Shift Visitations from Enceladus
Finally, a band has come around that is poised and ready to take the sci-fi thrash throne from the now defunct Vektor. These dudes shred extremely hard.
4.5
05.10.20
Ulcerate Stare Into Death and Be Still
This is really damn good. It's dissonant but melodic at the same time. I like my death metal to be a little bit more "fun" though, if you catch my drift. Non-sexually.
3.5
04.17.20
Xoth Interdimensional Invocations
This is everything I want from a death metal album in today's scene. Soaring and ripping leads/solos, spastic but
well-structured songs, and a diverse set of influences ranging from black metal to heavy metal have made this
one of my favorite albums of the year!
4.5
10.19.19
Blood Incantation Hidden History of the Human Race
This album completely rips, bringing dense atmosphere, speedy epic death metal, and insane, haunting vocals together in a whirlwind of cosmic chaos. Every track has a plethora of truly jaw-dropping moments, but the album suffers a bit from poor pacing and an experiment or two that don't work as well as they could have.
4.0
10.08.19
Rivers of Nihil Where Owls Know My Name
3.5
05.24.19
Fallujah Undying Light
2.5
05.24.19

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