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« Reply #60 on: August 08, 2019, 06:18:35 PM »

I keep forgetting to ask.  Something new from Ignivomous coming?

Per NWN, a new album will be out soon.

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« Reply #61 on: August 09, 2019, 03:03:47 PM »

I keep forgetting to ask.  Something new from Ignivomous coming?

Seven long years after the release of their sophomore album, Contragenesis, Ignivomous return with their third full-length album Hieroglossia. Released in conspiracy with NWN! Productions, Hieroglossia unveils eight tracks of organic, primal death metal — the kind the band has become synonymous with in its 13-year existence within the death metal underground.
 Borne out of the members desire to see a resurgence of a heavier, more dissonant style of death metal, Ignivomous were among the first wave of bands to reignite interest in the genre in the first decade of this century. Hieroglossia preserves the core membership of the band present throughout its tenure — Sean Hinds (guitar), Chris Broadway (drums) and Jael Edwards (vocals) — and presents the recording debut of Lewis Fischer on guitar (Altars) and Chris Jordon (Inverloch, Eskhaton) on bass, both of whom have cemented the band’s live assault for the previous few years in a campaign of high-profile shows in their native Australia. This lineup in its current form has secured and built upon the band’s unrelentingly legacy, oozing raw, sinister death metal pushed a step further into the void, creating an album which synthesizes the bands influences with a definitive and individual vision. While projecting a murky and atmospheric take on the Death Metal template, Heiroglossia avoids sacrificing the primacy of the riff for reverb-drenched formlessness or song writing in favour of dissonance for its own sake.
 Thematically, Heiroglossia continues Ignivomous’ investigation into topics of Philosophical pessimism, influenced by the works of Thomas Ligotti and E.M. Cioran, and Gnostic concepts of the fallen and hostile nature of the material world, presented throughout with a literary sensibility which should be accustomed to those familiar with their previous output. Ignivomous are touring Europe during September 2019, playing multiple shows in Germany in addition to Poland, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, and France. Pending the general issue of the album on Vinyl and CD via NWN, a strictly limited tour edition digipack version of the album will be available for purchase during the tour.

 IGNIVOMOUS (aus) + TCHORNOBOG (us) – “Vomiting Black Flame over Europe” Tour

Australia’s Ignivomous returns to Europe for the first time in 10 years to perform at Kill-Town Death Fest VII teaming up with American Tchornobog who are heading over to Europe to perform this years Prophecy Fest. The tour will be the first ever European tour for Tchornobog, so don’t miss out on this rare occasion to catch both bands on European soil!

 Together these two great bands will hit the roads of Europe for a 2 week stretch from 30th August – 15th September 2019!

 Friday 30th August – Germany Berlin – Zukunft Am Ostkreutz
 Saturday 31st August – Poland Warsaw – Poglos
 Sunday 1st September – Poland Wroclaw – D.K. Luksus
 Monday 2nd September – Germany Dresden – Chemiefabrik
 Tuesday 3rd September – Germany Kassel – TBA
 Wednesday 4th September – Germany Hamburg – Bambi Galore
 Thursday-Sunday 5th-8th Sept. Denmark Copenhagen Pumpehuset
 Monday 9th Sept. – Holland Utrecht – dB’s
 Tuesday 10th Sept. – Belgium Deinze – Elpee
 Wednesday 11th Sept. – France Nantes – TBA
 Thursday 12th Sept. – France Paris – TBA
 Friday 13th Sept. – Switzerland Zurich – TBA
 Saturday 14th Sept. – Germany Balve – Balve Cave
 Sunday 15th Sept. – Germany Kiel – Alte Meierei
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« Reply #62 on: August 14, 2019, 03:27:26 PM »

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Ever since I heard their Addiction To Self Dismemberment on Appointment With Fear compilation I was hooked. I hunted down the demo (from 1990, the only thing they apparently ever released) a long time ago and even if the other songs are not as good as the one featured on the compilation it is still a solid release. Some faster parts but lots of slow goodness with an awesome drum sound.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuhxulPY3kc&t=4m32s
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« Reply #63 on: August 14, 2019, 04:26:57 PM »

if you like early Devourment - you'll like the new record
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« Reply #64 on: August 16, 2019, 03:04:21 AM »

A newly discovered old band I happened to come across at a local record store. Really scratches that itch for early Deicide so few seem able to provide:
https://youtu.be/iutp3_ESbUY

Also picked up a comp by Greek band Obsecration. Great dark death metal with a heavy dose of Greek BM atmosphere: https://youtu.be/G2RF_T7Hv30
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« Reply #65 on: August 16, 2019, 04:46:28 PM »

the  Cerebral Rot  album is nasty
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« Reply #66 on: August 18, 2019, 11:39:27 PM »

I really have a thing for Pissgrave. Something about the attack these guys have. Also the very minimalistic and rotten.com like albumcovers that would suggest cheap bedroomgrind, but when you hear those possessed evil riffs the simplicity seems just even more unsetteling, maybe more real. Like serial killers often do not look cool in real life, and so on. Also they are killer live. Even if it is completely different, i get sort of the same feeling like when listening to the two first Deicide albums as a teen, something unhinged and desperate in there that is not so often in death metal.
I may be too close to Oslo scene to say anything, but i think there is the trinity here of Diskord-Obliteration-Execration that really pushed each other forward.

Diskord;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9BTqVRMOUI
Obliteration;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yo_FJpFgjsk
Execration;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmTw6Q2P-Nc

Vorum with Current Mouth is also insane when coming to new death metal. Im not sure if Emptiness "Nothing but the whole" is death metal by definition, but it is something really desolate there. Second album sucked. Old Morbid Angel, Obituary and Deicide is rarely matched though.
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« Reply #67 on: August 19, 2019, 09:38:06 PM »

Harald Mentor's old death metal band Incriminated now has the full 1999 demo up on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfshz9r4ETg

Nice and chunky riffs, with bursts of punk. There are even some melodic parts that sound like heavy metal, but somehow everything blends well with each other in a way that is not contrived- much like Ride for Revenge's nature.
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« Reply #68 on: August 19, 2019, 11:16:29 PM »

Execration

I was REALLY into Morbid Dimensions when it came out, didn’t even know they had a new album out in 2017 until I googled it. Typical of a band signing to a bigger label and just getting lost in the shuffle.
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