Aloha, Svbmissives. Ross here with a fun little thing for all of ya. I recently started a YouTube channel where I talk about my vinyl collection and I have just started reviewing records. I figured I would share the wealth and, after running it by Lane, have chosen to let Svterranean be the home for On The Record, my review series. I kicked off the series with my short but sweet review of Advent‘s Pain & Suffering. This album has been kicking my ass in all the right ways, so check out my video if you will. I also talk about the physical packaging of the record (which is swoon-worthy). Check out the video after the jump. Continue Reading
Wear Your Wounds (solo project of Converge frontman Jacob Bannon) has premiered the new track “Fog” in the form of a lyric video via Stereogum. The song is off of the project’s upcoming debut album, WYW, and features seven-and-a-half minutes of dark, melancholic heaviness. Check it out after the break.
With a name that translates to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, and album art depicting an eerie and uninviting marsh, one could assume that Wiegedood means business. With a scathing, twin guitar attack and pulverizing drum work at their disposal, this Belgian trio deliver some punishing and memorable black metal.
Coming roughly two years after the release of their well-received debut, De Doden Hebben Het Goed, the band present its storming successor, simply titled De Doden Hebben Het Goed II. In contrast to its predecessor’s more melancholic over tones, De Doden II showcases a faster, more dismal and more aggressive Wiegedood.
Full of Hell have released a new track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Trumpeting Ecstasy, which is due out on May 5 via Profound Lore Records. Titled “Deluminate”, the new track opens the upcoming effort with 58 seconds of disemboweling, grinding riffs and scathing, torturous vocals. Check out the short burst of hate after the break.
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