Your boss can take his micro-managing bad breath and endless stupid ideas that are a road to nowhere and stick it under his half-priced toupee. With your check in hand and the entire weekend to jam out, liberation has come.
Flipping through some death metal samples, like any normal middle-aged man does on a non-descript weeknight, my eyes came across a particularly frightening but compelling visual. The new EP, The Book of Suffering (Tome 1), by hyper speed death metal extremists Cryptopsy, called to me from the depths below.
Usually I’m not much in favor of tribute albums, though there have been a handful I enjoy – Working Man, Nativity in Black being a couple that stand out to me. I do enjoy Celtic Frost, so gave this one a shot as well.
For the longest time now, I have been growing more and more into the melodeath doom metal scene. That’s not to say I am a new fan to the genre, I just feel like the melodic doom seed in me is sprouting and taking over.
Sivyj Yar? Why does that sound familiar? Well, if you’re a long time reader of welovemetal, you know the name because they were my number 1 album of last year, and already the one man band from Russia has put out a new album.
Weird….is that the right word? Or just downright brutally honest…After having watched the video for Behemoth’s, The Satanist the first thoughts that loomed over my head were, weird, puzzling and stimulating.
The promotional material for Reject the Sickness begins with this line: “Belgian melodeath with prog-elements and a twist of core.” It’s a great catch line but all they really needed to do was say “listen to the new album Chains of Solitude.