The Week In Metal - Week Of June 3 - 9, 2019

First full week of June is behind us, and while some people make preparations for a new hurricane season (I live in Florida), I make sure my playlists have latest music from my favorite artists. Not too many people in 21st century can imagine days or even weeks without power, and these days most of us go batshit crazy when power/internet goes off for just few minutes! So, for those catastrophic evens I have to make sure I can still enjoy my life with mission critical necessities, and one of those necessities is music. By the way, you should see the content of my shopping cart with my other 'necessities' before a hurricane... let's just say it turns people's heads, but I digress, let's get back to music.

And what's better for extreme weather then extreme music. Dark, atmosphere-drenched and twisted, dissonant guitar riffs are all I need to get me through those long and humid days, and multiple albums from last week are fitting the criteria and are making my new playlist. While we already reviewed few records from this list, and you can check what we had to say about Fetid, Infernal Conjuration, Mutilate, KingdomMisanthropic Rage and Hereza, there's tons of fresh material that needs more attention and careful examination. Dig dip and fast before the power goes off.

Till next week...

Thrash, black, punk from United States: All Hell - The Witch's Grail (Prosthetic Records)


Thrash, black metal from Italy: Barbarian - To No God Shall I Kneel (Hells Headbangers Records)


Black, post-black metal from Czech Republic: Chernaa - Empyrean Fire (Noizr)


Black, death metal from Australia: Consummation - The Great Solar Hunter (Profound Lore Records)


Progressive, avant-garde metal from Italy: Embrace Of Disharmony - De Rervm Natvra (My Kingdom Music)


Black metal from Belgium: Enthroned - Cold Black Suns (Season Of Mist)


Death metal from United States: Fetid - Steeping Corporeal Mess (20 Buck Spin)


Death, grind from Ireland: Gravefields - Embrace The Void (Redefining Darkness Records)


Death metal from Mexico: Infernal Conjuration - Infernale Metallum Mortis (Iron Bonehead Productions)


Death metal from United States: Mutilate - Contagium (Iron Bonehead Productions)


Melodic, blackened death metal from United States: Nevalra - Conjure The Storm (M-Theory Audio)


Death, technical metal from Germany: Orphalis - The Approaching Darkness (Rising Nemesis Records)


Symphonic, blackened death metal from United States: Ov Lustra - Tempestas (Black Lion Records)


Thrash, black, speed metal from Brazil: Power From Hell - Profound Evil Presence (High Roller Records)


Doom, stoner metal from United States: The Hÿss - Hound (Independent)


Death, grindcore from United States: Vault Dweller - Existence At A Distance (Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)


Thrash, speed metal from Germany: Vulture - Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves (Metal Blade Records)


Black, doom, stoner metal from Canada: Wykan - Brigid - Of The Night (Independent)


Thrash metal from United Kingdom: Xentrix - Bury The Pain (Listenable Records)


Black metal from Colombia: Daemoni - Black Tyrant (Goathorned Productions)


Death'n'Roll metal from Croatia: Hereza - Death Metal Drunks (Godz Ov War Productions)


Death metal from Poland: Kingdom - Rotting Carcass Arise Upon The Burial Mound (Godz Ov War Productions)


Black, avant-garde metal from Poland: Misanthropic Rage - Towards The Greyscale Aphorysm (Godz Ov War Productions)


Black metal from Slovenia: Snøgg - Chhinnamasta (Independent)

All Hell, Barbarian, Chernaa, Consummation, Embrace Of Disharmony, Enthroned, Fetid, Gravefields, Infernal Conjuration, Mutilate, Nevalra, Orphalis, Ov Lustra, Power From Hell, The Hÿss, Vault Dweller, Vulture, Wykan, Xentrix, Daemoni, Hereza, Kingdom, Misanthropic Rage, Snøgg

Entered: 6/10/2019 6:56:52 PM