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Sheer Terror: Standing Up for Falling Down

Hate Core is alive and well! Sheer Terror, New York hardcore hate-mongers, return with a new record, new line-up, and their same old abhorrence for, well… everything.

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Dead Meadow: Warble Womb

Note to Dead Meadow… A 75 minute double album seems a bit self-indulgent and pointless when your fan base is not exactly known to have the lengthiest attention span!

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Xemu

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Obliteration: Black Death Horizon

Norway's Obliteration practice musical necromancy on Black Death Horizon, conjuring up that old time death metal sound from its grave, but with a seemingly inherent Norwegian urge to blacken it up.

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Windhand: Soma

The Doom Metal version of the summer blockbuster is here!

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Coffins: The Fleshlands

Returning after Buried Death and a seemingly endless jag of compilation appearances and vinyl splits, Coffins rises again

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Various Artists: Rough Guide to Psychedelic Brazil

A musical kaleidoscope of lysergic leisure! Perhaps they should have printed the inserts on blotter paper.

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Cathedral: The Last Spire

Patron saints of doom bid farewell to their stony parishioners with their riff heavy swan song.

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Rise Above / Metal Blade

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Rise Above/Metal Blade

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The Melvins: Everybody Loves Sausages

The Melvins' new collection of covers is less of a hit than a miss. The kings of sludge play at being jester!

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Howl: Bloodlines

At least the front cover is really, really cool!

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Zozobra: Savage Masters

If this record wasn’t so damn noisy you could probably doze right through it…

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Cough / Windhand: Reflection of the Negative

This is the music that the Grim Reaper listens to as he pulls Bong rips through sludgy black water!

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Toxic Holocaust: From the Ashes of Nuclear Destruction

Speed Metal slapstick with a nasty bite that will cause many to long for their old Sodom records.

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Call of the Void: Dragged Down a Dead End Path

A neatly recorded machine gun skirmish, in high definition sound!


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