New Releases From DARKTHRONE, DEICIDE

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Darkthrone – It Beckons Us All…….

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Genre: Black/heavy metal
Origin: Kolbotn, Akershus, Norway
Label: Peaceville

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On their twentieth album, Fenriz and Nocturno Culto are launching this black metal bash to the cosmos. All the malevolent essence you desire is present, but from what I’ve heard, there’s a touch of psychedelic ambience. It’s quite an enjoyable change of pace.

Deicide – Banished By Sin

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Genre: Death metal
Origin: Tampa, Florida
Label: Reigning Phoenix

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It has been six years since Glen and his crew delivered their particular brand of malevolent death metal to audiences. Their thirteenth album (ominous!) includes a new lead guitarist, some contentious artistic decisions, and all the raw intensity you anticipate. Dive deep into it with Glen here.

<h2class=”wp-block-heading”>Reflecting – Viewed Through the Looking Glass

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Genre: Experimental rock/mathcore
Location: Austin, Texas
Record Label: Pelagic

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Pelagic Records rarely disappoint, and the newest release from Glassing is another success for the company. If you appreciate post-rock crescendos or dreamy shoegaze, but desire bursts of turmoil, give this a listen. Often, a post-____ album ascends to a climax, but seldom do they burst forth like this one.

Reaper – Triptych: Chapter One

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Genre: Folk/ambient
Location: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Record Label: Neurot Recordings

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While Neurosis is in a slumber (or dormant?), Steve Von Till is once again guiding us through nature and deeper into experimental territories with his side project Harvestman. Rarely does a heavy moment or traditional song structure emerge. It’s all about discomfort through ambient music, artificial sounds, and atmospheres.

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Among Arms – Paradise Awaits

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Genre: Sludge/avant-garde metal
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Record Label: Relapse

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Among Arms is a band that I deeply admire due to their unpredictable nature. Their previous album featured a surprising Prince cover. Totally unexpected. This time, they’ve injected a plethora of discordance and vigor into their sludge style. If you ever dismissed them for being sluggish or mundane, this might be the twist you’ve been waiting for.

Awakening – Awakening II: Fragility

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Genre: Progressive metal
Location: Beijing, China
Record Label: InsideOut

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A couple of years back Ou released their first record and although I appreciate it, I sensed that they were approaching a truly remarkable album. Their second release is just that extraordinary album. With Devin Townsend co-producing and mixing, their rhythmic prog carries his distinctive weight. There’s really nothing quite like Ou.

St. Vincent – All Born Screaming

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Genre: Avant-garde rock
Origin: Dallas, Texas
Label: Total Pleasure Records

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Although, it’s uncertain if this is the metal album Annie Clark aims to create, this marks a darker shift for her. Expect fuzzy guitars, intense synths, and dynamic rhythms courtesy of Dave Grohl on drums. Frankly, sometimes I feature an album or artist slightly beyond my usual scope as a way to say, “trust me.” This falls into that category.

Also releasing this week…

    • Lee Aaron – Tattoo Me (Metalville) – Hard rock covers
    • Accept – Humanoid (Napalm) – Heavy metal
    • ACxDC – G.O.A.T. (Prosthetic) – Powerviolence

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