Thy Art Is Murder – Hate

Albums like Holy War exist to push the limits of extremity. The album name, the album cover (a child with a bloodstained shirt and a bomb strapped to his chest), as well as a band logo with a  take-no-prisoners name and prominent pentagram should give you some idea of what Thy Art Is Murder are

Lorna Shore – Psalms

Psalms is the debut full-length album from New Jersey-based blackened deathcore band Lorna Shore. But this ain’t your grand-dad’s deathcore as Lorna Shore are at the forefront of fresh-faced new bands aiming to push the boundaries of what deathcore can sound like, and restore some credibility to a much-maligned genre; massive tech-death riffs, brutal slams,

Ingested – The Architect of Extinction

The Architect of Extinction is utterly destructive. This fourth full-length album from the Mancunian brutal death metal crew Ingested manages to strike that fine balance between punishing heaviness, ferocious technicality, and still staying fresh and interesting. Albums in this genre often suffer from monotony, but this album is pretty much all killer, no filler, setting

Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails

Very few metal albums have been hyped as much as Fallujah’s second full length album ‘The Flesh Prevails’ has. Though their first album put them on the map as one of better deathcore bands, blending technical death metal and progressive metal elements together, it was their Nomadic EP in 2013 that really made this a