Best DEATH METAL Albums 2021 So Far May 17, 2021

Best DEATH METAL Albums 2021 So Far
by Metal Trenches

Review of the best death metal albums of 2021 so far from melodic death metal to technical and blackened death metal. SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Castbox, YouTube, and BitChute.You can also like and follow us on the social media of your choice with Facebook, Twitter, and Insta...

Dying Fetus Tier List May 16, 2021

Ranking Dying Fetus
by Dying Fetus

Dying Fetus albums ranked best to worst Tier List style. Dying Fetus is a legendary technical death metal band with a lauded discography. SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Castbox, YouTube, and BitChute.You can also like and follow us on the social media of your choice with Facebook...

Panopticon - ...And Again Into The Light (Album Review) May 15, 2021

...And Again Into The Light
by Panopticon

Review of the new 2021 Panopticon album ...And Again Into The Light. Panopticon is a legendary US atmospheric black metal project fronted by Austin Lunn and famous for its fusions of Appalachian folk and bluegrass into the black metal genre. - Review by FlightOfIcarus SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Tal...

The Best Metal On Bandcamp #40 May 14, 2021

The Best Metal On Bandcamp #40
by Metal Trenches

More of the best underground metal albums to be found on Bandcamp from black and death metal to progressive and post-metal. Today we check out underground metal albums from: SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Castbox, YouTube, and BitChute.You can also like and follow us on the socia...

The Very End - Zeitgeist (Album Review) May 13, 2021

Zeitgeist
by The Very End

If you followed the Steamhammer/SPV roster closely back around the early 2010s, chances are good you came across Germanys The Very End. Formed in 2004, the band released three albums between 2008 and 2012 that took elements of death metal, thrash, and groove metal with vocals that had a little bit o...

Wreche - All My Dreams Came True (Album Review) May 12, 2021

All My Dreams Came True
by Wreche

Review of the new 2021 Wreche album All My Dreams Came True. Wreche is a black metal duo based out of Los Angeles with an interesting twist on the formula. Foregoing use of guitars completely, the music is driven entirely by the classical piano and tortured howls of John Steven Morgan alongside the ...

Grave Miasma - Abyss of Wrathful Deities (Album Review) May 11, 2021

Abyss of Wrathful Deities
by Grave Miasma

Alongside bands like Dead Congregation and Cruciamentum, Grave Miasma has released some of the more powerful and substantial death metal to come from outside of the United States. Like some of the others that rose in the early 2000s, Grave Miasma started off on a murky and cavernous path that emphas...

Against Evil - End of the Line (Album Review) May 10, 2021

End of the Line
by Against Evil

Although India doesnt come up as often when mentioning metal bands, the country has had quite a few promising acts over the past couple of decades and thanks to my prior work with Transcending Obscuritys webzine I was exposed to quite a few over the years. One name thats come up a lot is Against Evi...

Best Deathcore Albums Of 2021 So Far May 10, 2021

Best Deathcore Albums Of 2021 So Far
by Metal Trenches

Sharing my favorite deathcore albums of 2021 so far from Brand Of Sacrifice, Darko, To The Grave, Humanity's Last Breath, and Anna Pest. SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Castbox, YouTube, and BitChute.You can also like and follow us on the social media of your choice with Facebook,...

Metal and Horror Movie MASK Tier List May 9, 2021

Metal and Horror Movie MASK Tier List
by Metal Trenches

Ranking my favorite metal and horror movie MASKS from best to worst Tier List style. Slipknot, Mushroomhead, Imperial Triumphant, Gwar, Slaughter To Prevail, Ghost, Buckethead, Lordi, The Locust, Hollywood Undead, Necrogoblikon... we rank em all. SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Ca...

Grey Aura - Zwart vierkant (Album Review) May 7, 2021

Zwart vierkant
by Grey Aura

Dutch black metal has a tendency to push boundaries a bit more often than the equivalents from other countries, and bands like Fluisteraars, Laster, and Terzij de Horde (to name a few) have all stood out in recent memory for this reason. Grey Aura certainly deserves a spot in the conversation too, a...

Best Metalcore Albums of 2021 So Far May 7, 2021

Best Metalcore Albums of 2021 So Far
by Metal Trenches

A review of the best metalcore albums of 2021 so far. This year has been a little slower than the last, but of the current batch I am most enjoying metalcore from the likes of Erra, Capra, The Undertaking, and more. - Review by FlightOfIcarus SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Castb...

Inferno - Paradeigma (Phosphenes of Aphotic Eternity) (Album Review) May 6, 2021

Paradeigma (Phosphenes of Aphotic Eternity)
by Inferno

Infernos transformation from an orthodox black metal band into one that went for a more experimental and hypnotic approach has been an exciting one, and I found 2017s Gnosis Kardias (Of Transcension and Involution) to be one of the best albums the genre had to offer in the last decade. The Czech gro...

Jordfäst - Hädanefter (Album Review) May 6, 2021

Hädanefter
by Jordfäst

Nordvis Produktionhas a knack for unearthing Swedish black metal of all types, often releasing material from bands that already come across sounding fully formed even at an early stage. This is the case with Jordfst, whose debut full-length Hdanefter provides two sprawling arrangements that capture ...

Bunker 66 - Beyond the Help of Prayers (Album Review) May 5, 2021

Beyond the Help of Prayers
by Bunker 66

Italys Bunker 66 has been flying the old-school metal and punk flag since 2007, bringing influence from classic bands from their home country like Bulldozer as well as the likes of Motrhead and Venom (to name a few). Unlike some of their peers that have leaned heavily into this speed metal and punk ...

Kardashev - The Baring of Shadows (Album Review) May 5, 2021

The Baring of Shadows
by Kardashev

Review of Kardashev and The Baring Of Shadows via Metal Blade Records. Kardashev ia a self-described "deathgaze" group (post-metal, doom, shoegaze, and death metal). FFO: Fallujah, Rivers of Nihil, Deafheaven, Warforged, and Alcest. - Review by FlightOfIcarus SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast...

Solstice - Casting the Die (Album Review) May 4, 2021

Casting the Die
by Solstice

If an old-school band releases albums every ten years or so, can it be considered another comeback? This would definitely be the case for Floridas Solstice, who returned with To Dust in 2009 following two well regarded albums in the 90s and then went quiet outside of a split with Russias Cist. But l...

Traumatomy - Extirpation Paradigms (Album Review) May 4, 2021

Extirpation Paradigms
by Traumatomy

Brutal death metal band Traumatomy was formed back in 2012 as a collaboration between Russian guitarist/bassist Constantine Chevardin and Japanese vocalist Haruka Kamiyama. In its earlier days, Chevardin handled drum programming and the band was purely a studio project, but a few years into its life...

Fyrnask - VII – Kenoma (Album Review) May 3, 2021

VII – Kenoma
by Fyrnask

German black metal band Fyrnask has been focused on merging second-wave influences with folk and dark ambient elements from the very beginning, with founder Fynrd emphasizing ritualistic flows to the writing that made for some dense listens. Where previous efforts have found Fyrnd handling all the m...

Mouthbreather - I'm Sorry Mr. Salesman (Album Review) May 3, 2021

I'm Sorry Mr. Salesman
by Mouthbreather

Review of the new 2021 Mouthbreather album I'm Sorry Mr. Salesman via Dark Trail Reviews. Mouhtbreather is a Boston-based metallic hardcore / mathcore / metalcore band for fans of bands like Code Orange, Loathe, Vein. - Review by FlightOfIcarus SUBSCRIBE to our Trench Talk Podcast on iTunes, Ca...

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