Six very short reviews
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Rudra – Eight Mahavidyas
(Album | 23/12/2022 | Awakening Records)
For more than three decades, Singapore’s Vedic Metal outfit Rudra has been representing heavy and brutal sounds in Asia. Their thenth album is dedicated to the Mahavidyas, mystical female figures that are regarded as wise teachers. On the concept album, Rudra combine Death, Black and Thrash Metal with South East Asian music and hence create a powerful and unique sound.
Disinter (Peru) – Guerra Eterna
(Album | 31/01/2023 | Pest Records)
Recently, Peruvian Disinter have released the split album „Alliance of Death“ together with Chicago-based Disinter. Now, the South American wrecking ball is back with a grooving beast of an album. Expect no mercy when this steamroller of Old School Death Metal plows through your speakers.
Where The Dead Gather – The Drop
(Single | 17/11/2021 | Independent)
Another brutal blast from Singapore. Where The Dead Gather have been around for more then twenty years now, and they have an important message for the world: you cannot stop us! Their single ‚The Drop‘ proves this perfectly since it is a massive attack made from Death Metal, Hardcore and brutal power.
Requiem for Oblivion – The Glares
(Single | 30/12/2022 | Independent)
What would it be like if looks could really kill? Pennsylvanian band Requiem for Oblivion has spent some deep thoughts on that idea and composed a song about it. Brachial Death Metal meets demanding Prog and Tec while interrupted by heavy slams.
Bridges Ablaze – Hellbent
(Single | 13/01/2023 | Independent)
Death Metal is rather an element than the main style of this track, but nevertheless, Bridges Ablaze provide us with some massive riffing. Mostly situated in the realms of Metalcore, the band from Austin, Texas presents a sound that reaches from melodic heights to brachial depths. ‚Hellbent‘ is about the struggle one has to go through to escape from misery.
nerumia – Fatal Delirium
(Album | 10/02/2021 | Independent)
nerumia were founded in Swiss town Lausanne in 2002, and their latest album „Fatal Delirium“ leaves only one thought: Why on Satan’s Earth aren’t they more popular?“. Blizzards of Black Metal burst across an infernal sonic environment made from Death and Thrash Metal. And just by the way, this awesome is a great reminder how great guttural screams can soun in French language.