Tag Archives: death metal

Incantation – Audio, Glasgow – 18/06/2014

.@incantation666, @exilethetraitor show in Glasgow reviewed by @AnybodyBC for @Planetmosh It was a fine day for a great death metal concert in Glasgow. Wednesday, the 18th of June was invaded by Incantation from USA and their three fellow support bands. The small venue Audio, seemed just right for this gig, as …

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Vallenfyre – Splinters

UK death-mongers Vallenfyre have returned with 2014’s Splinters. Have you yearned for old-school death metal done right? This 11-song disc, released on Century Media Records, is a full-length album of pummeling buzzsaw riffy goodness. It has been tailor-made just for you. Try convincing someone that this didn’t come out of …

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Bloodstock M2TM Ireland Final – May 10th

Saturday 10th May was the final of the Bloodstock Metal to the Masses Ireland competition. So, while most people were at home watching the Eurovision (Gobshites), Fibber Magees was packed with metal lovers, coming to show their support for all the bands vying for a spot on the Bloodstock stage. …

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Frostbitten Kingdom – The Winter War Symphony

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘The Winter War Symphony’ by Frostbitten Kingdom. It is really hard to find your own way and sound in music these days. But it is always worth keep trying. That’s what I think when I listen to Finnish metallers Frostbitten Kingdom. Since the very beginning this band has been trying …

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Aborted – The Necrotic Manifesto

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC review ‘The Necrotic Manifesto’ by @abortedmetal released via @centurymedia Aborted is not the kind of death metal band that simply blends in among the others. These guys from Belgium definitely have something of their own and that hasn’t faded away during their 19 years in existence (even with lineup changes and the …

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Vader – Tibi Et Igni

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ”Tibi Et Igni’ by @vaderband released via @nuclearblasteu Hailing from Poland, these recognizable death metal legends will never get old. Playing already for 31 years now, Vader storm out again and releases new album, called ‘Tibi Et Igni‘. An attention catching album title ‘Tibi Et Igni’, a …

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Vampire Interview for PlanetMosh, April 2014

Vampire is a dark, heavy metal band from Sweden. Formed in 2011, the band released their sole demo in 2012. On the strength of that demo, and about 12 live shows, the band signed to Century Media Records. Currently waiting for just the right tour deal to come along, Vampire …

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Death – Leprosy (reissue)

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Leprosy’ reissue set by .@DeathOfficial released via .@RelapseRecords This band needs no introduction. As death metal pioneers, they grew with each of their albums and formed a huge base of fans that endures even after their leader’s death. Yes, I am talking about Chuck Schuldiner and Death. …

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Katabolisis – Atrocity EP

Katabolisis - Atrocity EP

Following on from 2012’s ‘The End Of Existence’ EP, Northern Irish Death Metal young guns Katabolisis return with their blistering follow-up – ‘Atrocity’. If you had checked out the ‘End Of Existence’ EP you could almost be forgiven for giving this one a miss, while the musicianship was there, the vocals …

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Autopsy – Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves

 @Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves’ by Autopsy released on .@PeacevilleRecs If there is anything good comming out in USA death metal camp this year, then it is going to be Autopsy. After the reunion in 2009, band became very active releasing EPs, full-length albums and compilations each year, not …

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Incantation Announces New Album, New Guitarist

U.S. death metal veterans Incantation will release their new album, Dirges Of Elysium, in late May, through Listenable Records. The band commented: “Elysium. Sky burial, necromancy, a cult in ancient Prussia, and pure blasphemy all await those who will hear the new release. The music is diverse, and holds more …

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Carnifex – Die Without Hope

@planetmosh reviews Die Without Hope .@carnifex out on .@nuclearblasteu A band coming out of hiatus, a year-and-a-half of writing and a new record deal, for Californian quintet Carnifex, this was just what they needed as they signed to Nuclear Blast, in what they describe as a ‘turning point’ and has …

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Killface – Feeding the Dead

Behemoth: Any creature or thing of monstrous size or power. In other words, Dublin Band Killface’s album, Feeding the Dead. I wonder if I should contact The Oxford Dictionary to try and get the old definition of Behemoth changed. Does she do that? Is that her, yeah? TO THE POINT: With this …

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DripBack – Failed Futures

@planetmosh reviews Failed Futures by .@DripBack DripBack’s debut album Failed Futures feels like a punishment, but one from which you gain a narcissistic pleasure. It is a relentless onslaught of riffs, drum thrashing, thunderous bass and lyrics that at times appear to be being metaphorically, if not literally, spat into …

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Terrorizer – World Downfall [Vinyl, Re-Issue]

If you’re one of the fortunate few to have snapped up this sold-out re-release of Terrorizer‘s seminal grindcore pillar World Downfall, we @PlanetMosh salute you. Record labels occasionally re-release out of print items for various reasons. Here, Earache Records re-released this on colorful vinyl (100 orange, 200 green, 300 red, …

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Lamb of God – O2 Academy, Glasgow – 16/01/2014

@AnybodyBC reviews the @LambOfGodBand @Decapitated @HuntressKills show in Glasgow for @PlanetMosh. @Roadrunner_UK @rrusa   Attending a kick ass metal gig is always a great start to a brand new year and 2014 began perfectly in the company of  brutal groove metallers Lamb of God in the O2 Academy, Glasgow. The …

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Death Toll Rising – ‘Infection Legacy’

This third album from Canada’s DTR is as good a slice of death metal mayhem as you are going to hear this year. Packed solid with soaring riffs, which succeed in holding the right mix of melody within their overall context of bombastic beatdowns and crushing themes, the band also …

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Broken Hope – Omen Of Disease

In the 1990’s, if you were in a death metal band, you were well-off if you could claim Florida, New York, or Chicago as your hometown. Each locale had something distinct to offer – NY had it’s slam “NYDM”, Florida had bands who pushed the genre to greater extremes like …

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