The Week In Metal - Week Of Mar 30 - Apr 5, 2020
Another week of social distancing with no end in sight, but don't fright, new installment of Week In Metal is here to ease the pain and suffering of our tired bodies with impaired, wretched minds. With high percent of our species desperately looking for attention and 15 seconds of fame, posting dumb videos of synchronized family dancing or out of tune singing, we bring professionalism and highest quality with blasbeats, growls, screams and disturbing sounds of extreme music.
Till next week...
Doom, death, dark metal from international band: Monumentum Damnati - In The Tomb Of A Forgotten King (Satanath Records)
Funeral Doom metal from Sweden: The Funeral Orchestra - Apocalyptic Plague Ritual MMXX (Independent)
Death, grindcore, crust metal from United Kingdom: Sewer Trench - The Optimism Sessions (Independent)
Melodic, death metal from Switzerland: Eternal Delyria - Paradox Of The Mechanical Angel (Independent)
Doom, sludge metal from Finland: Endless Forms Most Gruesome - Endless Forms Most Gruesome (Inverse Records)
Thrash, black, speed metal from Germany: Inferit - Diverge In The Absence Of Light (Wolfmond Production)
Aronious, Hellraiderz, Monumentum Damnati, Chotzä, The Funeral Orchestra, Thrashera, Häxanu, Sewer Trench, Black Curse, Eternal Delyria, Aara, Ande, Dark Passage, Depravation, Drakonis, Dynazty, Endless Forms Most Gruesome, Grieve, Inferit, Lady Beast, Live Burial, Loviatar, Manam, Necromorbid, Shodan, Testament, Witches Of Doom, WVRM, Hohenstein, Luctus