Arizona blackened death/sludge hybrids Thra are poised to release their new EP, Gardens of Rot, on March 15 via Camo Pants Records. The forthcoming record features an unrelenting, 26-minute barrage of eviscerating riffs and murky, filthy tones that runs throughout four massive tracks.
In anticipation of its impending release, we at Svbterranean bring you one of said tracks. Enter “Trial By Stone”; a five-minute onslaught of muddy, buzzsaw guitars that collide with toxic, sludgy grotesqueness. If that doesn’t excite you then we can’t help you.
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UK industrial black/death metal entity Vessel of Iniquity crafts cacophonous soundscapes for the End Times on its newest full-length release, Void of Infinite Horror. Continue Reading
As soon as I walked into The Riot Room, Arsis took the stage. The technical and progressive style they have with their brand of death metal translates well on stage just as is does on my headphones. Arsis was a tight and heavy band throughout their whole set, however bassist Noah Martin stole the show for me as his energy and playing was just captivating. With such a diverse night of metal, they put on a great tech/prog death metal show! Continue Reading
On their full-length debut, A Culinary Cacophony, Sydney’s Horrisonous unleash sprawling, slithering death metal rife with the fetid stench of the mutilated bodies they’ve left in their wake. Continue Reading
Toronto’s Battlebear (featuring members of Ayahuasca, Guiltfeeder and Signifier) have released the debut single from their upcoming EP, which the Canadians cleverly dubbed Grimm Horton’s. The new track is titled “Salt & Vinegar Tourniquet” and showcases the trio’s annihilating combination of death metal, grindcore and crust punk, along with intense riffage and corrosive vocals to contrast their tongue-in-cheek lyrical themes. Check out the track after the break.