Latest Releases From ERRA, INGESTED

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Alpha Wolf – Half Living Things

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Genre: Metalcore/nu metal
Origin: Burnie, Tasmania, Australia
Label: Greyscale/SharpTone

Available for purchase on Bandcamp

If you prefer your metalcore with an atmospheric touch and plenty of rhythms, Half Living Things might be right up your alley. This release embodies the essence of contemporary metal, a sound that deserves recognition. Additionally, don’t miss out on the track “Sucks 2 Suck,” which introduces some hints of hip hop and features a guest appearance by Ice-T.

Bayside – There Are Worse Things Than Being Alive

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Genre: Pop punk/heavy metal
Origin: New York, New York
Label: Hopeless

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This album blends tracks from their Red and Blue EPs along with some singles released in the past year. Despite the familiarity, don’t overlook this release. Collating everything into one cohesive piece of music breathes new life into certain tracks.

Erra – Cure

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Genre: Progressive metalcore
Origin: Birmingham, Alabama
Label: UNFD

Available for purchase on Bandcamp

Complementing the new Alpha Wolf release perfectly is the latest offering from Erra. This band falls under the “modern” umbrella with a distinct production style but showcases exceptional technical proficiency and a progressive sound. Guitarist and vocalist Jesse Cash continues to shine on Cure, delivering memorable vocals and impressive guitar work. Additionally, newcomer second guitarist Clint Tustin holds his own on his inaugural record with the band.

Horndal – Head Hammer Man

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Genre: Sludge/heavy metal
Place of Origin: Stockholm, Sweden
Record Label: Prosthetic

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Horndal is not a long-established band, yet they are challenging to classify as “contemporary.” This album embodies a dense, aggressive, and rock-solid style, albeit with a traditional production approach. Head Hammer Man is a themed record about a labor union (find details on Bandcamp), but it feels like a sinister epic involving creatures and the like.

Ingested – The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams

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Genre: Death metalcore
Origin: Manchester, England
Label: Metal Blade

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Talking about sounding fiendish… The Tide of Death and Fractured Dreams is an intense and ominously heavy creation. While absorbing it, my cranium split and duplicated the action portrayed on the cover. Quite savage, but at least I now have multiple more mouths to indulge with.

Korpiklaani – Rankarumpu

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Genre: Folkloric metal
Origin: Lahti, Finland
Label: Nuclear Blast

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Coming up next is a dose of enchanting folk metal. Expect an array of lively tracks that will have you and your buddies tossing leather top hats into a makeshift brawl ring. The incorporation of accordion, violin, and other traditional Finnish instruments further enhances the experience.

Witch Vomit – Funeral Sanctum

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Genre: Deathly metal
Place of Origin: Portland, Oregon
Record Label: 20 Buck Spin

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Finishing off this week with some fresh classic death metal. The first new album from Witch Vomit in five years marks a gratifying comeback to the scene. The sound of this record is one that you can anticipate just by looking at the cover art, and even though your guess will likely be correct, you’ll be more than satisfied.

Also releasing this week…

  • Acid MammothSupersonic Megafauna Collision (Heavy Psych Sounds) – Stoner/doom
  • AmblareAmblare (Melodic Virtue) – Sludge
  • AtticReturn of the Witchfinder (Ván Records) – Heavy metal
  • AustereBeneath The Threshold (Lupus lounge) – Depressive black metal
  • BilwisHameln (Northern Sile) – Atmospheric black metal
  • Blacktop Mojo – Pollen (Self-released) – Hard rock
  • Destroyer Of LightDegradation Years (Heavy Friends Records) – Doom
  • Diabolic OathOracular Hexations (Sentient Ruin) – Black/death metal
  • DialithAlter (Self-released) – Symphonic/power metal
  • Disbelief – Killing Karma (Listenable) – Death metal/thrash
  • DrungiHamfarir Hugans (Self-released) – Black n roll/doom
  • FilthSouthern Hostility (Crowdkill Records) – Deathcore/hip hop
  • Friends Of Hell – God Damned You To Hell (Rise Above) – Heavy metal/doom
  • Furze Caw Entrance (Devoted Art Propaganda) – Psychedelic black metal
  • I Ya Toyah I Am The Fire (Femme Fatale Records) – Synthwave
  • Iron Monkey – Spleen & Goad (Relapse) – Sludge
  • IschemicCondemned To The Breaking Wheel (Self-released) – Blackened doom/death metal
  • Kobra Paige – Like No Other (Self-released) – Hard rock
  • Locrian – End Terrain (Profound Lore) – Experimental metal/noise
  • Once Upon The End Archive 200 (Self-released) – Melodic death/power metal
  • Planet On A Chain Culture Of Death (Revelation Records) – Hardcore
  • Shred Rogers The Circle (Heavy Armor Records) – Heavy metal for kids?
  • Straight On View Gotta Step Up (Strange Mono Records) – Hardcore/punk
  • Temple Of The Fuzz Witch – Apotheosis (Ripple) – Stoner/doom
  • TrocarExtremities (Selfmadegod Records) – Grindcore
  • WarbellRuin (Self-released) – Melodic death metal
  • White Dog – Double Dog Dare (Rise Above) – Southern rock
  • Peter WilsonFreedom’s Door (Dr. Music Records) – Hard rock
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