2013/07/28

discure_ep 2012/2013








release: 2012
genre: grindcore
country: austria



website: https://www.facebook.com/discurevienna/app_204974879526524
listen now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOdKI4YduJ4

review:
so i headed over to a concert in vienna and saw these six guys raping the stage with an untamable, energetic show, shortly afterwards i picked up their ep and i wasn't disappointed... two vocalists squeezing their throats to death beneath fast and blasting drum parts that provide an excellent pit mood along with some technical outbursts. those things are topped by the searing guitar action and the fancy riffing that is paired with straight hate.

2013/07/22

thrown to the sun_of oceans and raindrops









release: 2011
genre: progressive death metal
country: turkey


facebook: https://www.facebook.com/throwntothesun?fref=ts
listen now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3cy6FhpcxY

review:
"of oceans and raindrops" has been released by the turkish prog.death metal band "thrown to the sun", five guys who have made something unique. let's take the second song "ravenous sun", straight death metal riffing, shouting and suddenly a break that flows into a part that could easily fit on a system of a down record, but that's of course not the end of the list every single track hides it's own suprise without falling apart from the basic idea of the other songs.

2013/07/20

lycanthropia_3rd world apocalypse








 release: 2013
genre: death metal
country: hungary


website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Official-Lycanthropia/228263990568906
listen now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh8cIjvJGNk

review:
fast guitars lines mangle your brain as 3rd world apocalypse is starting to unleash its first tune called dead dawn, lycanthropia sounds like hell, their riffs are played accurate and ripping and the drums provide a constant hammering headbang assault. but that's not the full deal, you'll also get some gutturals from the deepest point of satan's kitchen,  within a while they even started to remember me of nile's karl sanders. the technical rhythms are displayed with a lot of skill and just the right amount of pure aggression and i gotta say that  i haven't heard such a great solo like the one on "slow death" on any underground record before. those three songs maul you to death, a severe death metal production that is rough, straight and climaxing in a sound that is simply perfect for them. 3rd world apocalypse won't give you  a single chance to lay your head to rest until it fucking breaks.

2013/07/19

barilium_barilium



 





 release: 2013
 genre: death metal
 country: sweden

website: https://www.facebook.com/barilium

review:
barilium is starting off with heavy and dragging riffs, the shouted vocals perfectly fit to the whole sound concept, although the clean guitar lines and the solo/melody parts could use more accuracy i'd say that the entire product is a solid sounding production.
if the first one didn't, the second song on the record will bring you in headbang mode, the shouts are getting lower and the atmosphere drags you deeper into their rage. lamb of god is the first name on their list of influences, well, true that i could hear some "randy blythish" styled vocal lines and of course the stomping guitars with those sweet subliminal highlights.
the drumming works supporting to all other instruments including the vocals, really catchy ground shaking beats that could just use a bit more attack to make this thing trampling my brain.
barilium recorded a death march that takes no prisoners, if your into lamb of god styled metal mixed with swedish rage you gotta get on their path of destruction, i can't wait for their upcoming full lenght "growth in pain".