Oozing chyme reeks as your duodenum is hacked…

Matt Barlow interview!  Alright, now that we’ve got that important piece of info out of the way, onto the other occult offerings!  A ‘Down Under’ theme pervades tonight’s post, with coverage of the latest from black/death/
thrashers Nocturnal Graves and crusty black metal from Thrall, and UK blackened death metallers Aetherium Mors return with a vengeance, obliterating their previous output in one fell swoop.  As we await the impending day of tempestuous post-turkey consumption excretions, pack your playlist with these begrimed gems and inhale deep!  Post your playlists, comments, and conundrums …

Jim Clifton Playlist
Incantation – Mortal Throne of Nazarene
Demons & Wizards – s/t
Dark Funeral – The Secrets of the Black Arts
Craft – Void
The Chasm – Conjuration of the Spectral Empire
Deströyer 666 – Cold Steel … For An Iron Age
Chthe’ilist – Amechth’ntaas’m’rriachth
Demilich – Nespithe
Arghoslent – Hornets of the Pogrom
Arckanum – Fran Marder

Marty Rytkonen Playlist
Inverloch – Dusk… Subside
Krallice – S/T
Ashes of Ares – S/T
Aetherium Mors – Entrails of the Soul
Mayhem – De Mysteriius Dom Sathanas
Infera Bruo – Desolate Unknown
Vex – Memorious
Arghoslent – Hornets of the Pogrom
Zemial – Nykta
Grand Belial’s Key – Judeobeast Assasination

Jake Moran Playlist
Kinit Her – Hyperion
Kinit Her – Gratitudes
Angel Olsen – Strange Cacti
Death in June – Nada!
Grouper – The Man Who Died in his Boat
Mirrorring – Foreign Body
Tiny Vipers – Life on Earth
Preterite – From the Wells
The Microphones – The Glow pt.

Advertisements

~ by cliftonium on November 20, 2013.

14 Responses to “Oozing chyme reeks as your duodenum is hacked…”

  1. Hexvessel – No Holier Temple
    Museo Rosenbach – Zarathustra (Thanks Mr. Zahler!)
    The Lion’s Daughter & Indian Blanket – A Black Sea
    Kenn Nardi – Parallax Error Demos
    Judge – Bringin’ It Down
    Madball – Set It Off
    Youth of Today – Can’t Close My Eyes
    Agnostic Front – Live at CBGB’s

    Been in a NYHC Mood…

  2. new Sheol EP
    Ævangelist – Omen Ex Simulacra
    Ascended – Temple of Dark Offerings
    Beyond – Fatal Power Of Death
    Breached Hull – Into The Black
    Craven Idol – Towards Eschaton
    new Cult Of Fire
    Engulfed – Through the Eternal Damnation
    Katharsis – Kruzifixxion
    Obliteration – Black Death Horizon
    Ritual Chamber – The Pits of Tentacled Screams
    Sickrites – Irreverent Death Megaliths
    Tyrants Blood – Into The Kingdom Of Graves
    Vastum – Patricidal Lust
    Zemial – Nykta

  3. Ashes of Ares – S/T
    Gorguts – Colored Sands
    Immolation – Here In After
    Inquisition – Obscure Verses for the Multiverse
    Asphyx – Deathhammer
    Defleshed – Under the Blade
    Motorhead – Snake Bite Love

  4. you are welcome, cirkus lizard.

    also worth noting that museo rosenbach put out a new album this year—barbarica—and it is quite good, one of my top albums of the year for sure.

  5. Playlist –

    Divine Eve – Upon These Ashes Scorn the World (compilation)
    Anatomia – Shreds of Putrefaction
    Anatomia – Decaying in Obscurity
    Scolex – Torn from Beyond
    Sartegos – As Fontes Do Negrume
    Dark Sonority – Kaosrekviem
    Unleashed – Shadows in the Deep
    White Darkness – Tokage (denovali records has great non-metal very dark stuff btw)
    Lvcifyre – Svn Eater
    AnXpm/Symphonia Sacrosancta Split
    Isencur – EP
    Gravecode Nebular – Sempiternal Void (go to bandcamp and download this! No physical yet. Label is attaining money from digital sales to make the vinyl). Fucking highly recommended? Don’t let the shitty cover, logo and bandname full you. This is epic fucking evil doom death black metal of massive proportions. Don’t be a poofer and not listen to this.

    Also, Marty, your post on the guy from Opeth on FB- seems you were trying inciting some Metal Sheep mentality on that bit. The spark that lights the prairie hehe. I happened to agree with many of the sentiments that dude Mikael says. I just think metal guys get super defensive and spin things their way when they don’t like what they hear. That article was terrible I thought.

  6. Correction – Gravecode Nebula! Sorry.

  7. Re: Opeth Mike’s statement on the “closed minded-ness” of metal fans. I would call BS.

    First, don’t call me close minded if I didn’t like your last album. It’s not because it was different, it’s because it was boring.

    Second, I’d take the pepsi challenge that most hard core metalheads are much more open minded to different styles of music than the average pop, country, or hip hop fan. Yep we listen to a lot of metal and a lot of different styles of metal, but I bet there are also a number of bands we like outside of metal. Probably isn’t the same of other fans of mainstream music.

    My 2 cents…

  8. I think he isn’t speaking to you directly, Cirkus. Generalizations are what they are. I happen to think he is right in many ways. Yeah, a ton of metal guys are not close minded, including myself and you. However, does he specifically say that people that don’t like his album are close-minded? Perhaps maybe hinted at it? Not a rhetorical question. Anyways, I don’t want to defend this guy, I have no cause to. I just don’t like the Metal Herd mentality. Every metal head thinks they are so independent but are in many cases extremely subservient to certain ways of looking or liking things.

    To the 2nd point, I do not think most people are exclusively a pop, country or hip hop fan. Most people like a ton of things, largely, what is popular. Most Metal fans are more honed on what they like. And to say or think that a lot of metalheads out there are not close-minded, I think, makes you naive or just in denial.

  9. Patrick… The facebook posting with Michael’s comments was a ploy to get more people commenting and some action on an otherwise corpselike facebook page. It did work for a minute. Call me the instigator of this ragtag fugitive fleet, but I will always play the devil’s advocate to get people sharing their ideas and interacting respectfully.

    Ever since the last Opeth came out, I read interview after interview of Mike whining about the metal scene and how he feels it has little to offer him anymore. Fine. People and times change, I get that. The more I read, the more it sounded like he was trying to convince himself and justify the direction of the album. I didn’t need an aggressive album from Opeth. I needed one that didn’t bore the shit out of me.

    Are there close minded metal heads? Absolutely. These are often the folks that get into the genre late and burn out quick as they are unable to accept new ideas and burn through everything the genre has to offer. It isn’t just localized to metal music…. the world is full of these people of course.

  10. Yeah, i kinda of figured you were doing that. I can understand why one would find a lot of this metal we all listen to to be redundant and boring after a certain point. I certainly don’t, but I can understand that. I think a lot of how someone reacts or enjoys a particular style of music really is dependent on where they are in their life or what is going on. I got burned out by metal for many years, but came back to it later and enjoy it more than ever.

  11. Oh, and the most recent Opeth album shouldn’t have been under the name ‘Opeth’ because it is an excellent modern prog album, that is not boring i think in any way shape or form. Its excellent.

  12. I would agree that the new Opeth was indeed very talented. It just strikes me as a transitional album.

  13. Hmm.. too different to be transitional too me. They should of just called the band a different name. Maybe Porcupine Bush? haha.

  14. would metal heads like the new morbid angel more if they called it under a different name? I know i wouldn’t have liked it either way, but just a thought.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: