Tag: Osmose Productions

Bütcher – 666 Goats Carry My Chariot Review

The kitchen sink approach is risky. Throwing a bünch of inflüences together in hopes of carving oüt a distinctive soünd can have its payoffs, büt can come out as a jümbled mess much more easily.

Pernicion – Seek What They Sought Review

Innovation is intrinsic to all living creatures and necessary for survival, and stagnation means death—the death of thought, invention and viability. Without evolution, we’d still be using a sharp stone to carve our knickers from

Binah – Phobiate Review

As a student of biology with a love for evolution, I tend to assign human reactions or preferences to evolutionary necessities and then think about what mechanism could have brought them about. Sort of an

The Ominous Circle – Appalling Ascension Review

I have in my time as a death metal fan tried to classify the vocal styles of the various vocalists. Some you are already familiar with: pig squealing, bull roaring, demonic howling, witch snarling; maybe

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Black Fucking Cancer – Black Fucking Cancer Review

A band that doesn’t pull any fucking punches, Black Fucking Cancer hail from the Bay Fucking Area of California. They create chaotic, crust riddled, sludgy black fucking metal with plenty of death and thrash fucking

Obtest – Gyvybës Medis Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: I’ve been a fan of Lithuania folk/pagan act Obtest since 1997’s Tukstanmentis, and while the band has dropped their black metal sound in favor of a more straight forward power metal/thrash with

Benighted – Icon Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: “Why are you so brutal to me?” And thus asks the fitting opening sample from “Complete Exsanguination”, the short sharp opening salvo on Benighted’s latest and best effort, the aptly named Icon.

Angelcorpse – Of Lucifer And Lightning Review

originally written by Jim Brandon When I first heard last year that Angelcorpse were reuniting and quickly working on new material for future albums, it was pretty exciting news. Among the warlike middle-tier blast beat