Goddess of Fate

Spiral Orchard Pt.1 By Okta Goddess of Fate is a prog/melodic death metal band from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Formed in 2009 as a technical death metal band. The band released their first EP in 2012 called ‘A Reversal of Civilization’ and met with critical acclaim by Indonesian press because of its freshness and innovative music at…

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Casket Feeder

Scalps By Matt Downes Blending the chainsaw fury of Swedish death metal with UK Hardcore’s sledgehammer groove, Casket Feeder is a punishing trifecta of brutality, rage, and power. Founded in late 2016, Casket Feeder quickly built a reputation for a blistering live show and hard-nosed DIY ethic. In support of their self-released and recorded debut…

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Body Void

I Live Inside A Burning House By Will Ryan Body Void is a 3-piece doom/sludge/crust trio from San Francisco, California. The group formed in 2014 as Devoid, releasing two demos in 2014 and 2015 respectively, before changing their name with the release of their first studio recording, Ruins, in 2016. ‘I Live Inside A Burning…

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Axia

Pulverizer By Alex Vale The backbone of Axia‘s music is a hybrid raid of extreme paced songs, infused with infinite levels of self-inflicted negativity and hopelessness. Axia was crafted under the zero-centric vision of four oblivion individuals known for collaborations with The Ominous Circle, Holocausto Canibal, among many others. Mastered by Peter in de Betou…

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Apocrophex

Aeternalis By Pete Colucci For ‘Aeternalis’ we wanted to focus the general theme of the album around the many mysterious stone structures, monoliths and ancient carvings found all across our planet. There are many untold stories that have been lost to the time surrounding these prehistoric sites, so we wanted to put our spin on…

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Brvmak

In Nomine Patris By Gabriele Nucci Brvmak is a death metal band born over ten years ago in Italy, changing genre from a more blackened style to a more progressive death approach. The band so far released an EP in 2006 and the full-length album ‘Captivitas’ in 2013 and is now about to release the…

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Tantal

Ruin By Dmitriy Ignatyev Tantal was formed in 2005. In the beginning band’s music style defined as a mixture of Progressive and Melodic Death Metal, through the years it has transformed to modern-prog-gothic-dark-metal with female vocals. At the beginning of 2007, the band recorded promo-cd ‘Emotional Distress’. Music on this album was a mix of…

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Ripped to Shreds

埋葬 By Andrew Lee Ripped to Shreds began as a collaboration between Andrew Lee on all instruments and BW of Draghkar on vocals in early 2016 to merge Bolt Thrower and Entombed in a crushing soundtrack to tales of China’s turbulent history. Early sketches of ‘Yellow River’ were written during this period, but the project…

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Bong

Thought and Existence By David Terry ‘Thought and Existence’ developed as ours usually do, with a handful of riffs as ideas we bring in to the studio and gradually whittle down into songs. We spent longer in the studio this time than we have done before, making sure we were entirely happy with the end…

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Revenger

The New Mythology Vol. 1 by Andrew Bailey With the intent of bringing together technical thrash metal and gritty groove riffs, Revenger was born in 2012 through the hands of guitarist Jean-Pierre Poulin and drummer Chris Warunki. Their first independent album ‘To the Wolves’ came out in September 2014 with Jordan Knute (lead guitar), Greg…

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Angerot

The Splendid Iniquity by C.R. Petit Angerot hails from Sioux Falls, SD USA The band consists of C.R. Petit – lead vocals/guitars; Jason Ellsworth – guitars/vocals; Josh Ferrie – drums; Zaugg – bass/vocals. The inception of the band started at the end of 2016. Three of the four members spent time in the death metal…

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Nytt Land

Odal By Anatoly “Shaman” Pahalenko The magic of the Ancient North. Music, skillfully balancing on the brink of ritual ambient and the traditional folk of Northern Europe is born in the heart of Siberia. The instruments created by the musicians of the band awaken something sacred, long forgotten. And the beats of the drums, amplified…

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Drug Cult

Drug Cult By Aasha ‘High!’ our self-titled debut will be released on Ritual Productions this June Solstice, a heavy celestial journey cultivated during jam sessions of 2016 in the mountains of Mullumbimby. The writing process was a natural connection for us, starting with a riff, pulsing and drifting in and out of time, all our…

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Deadly Carnage

Through the Void, Above the Suns by Adres Deadly Carnage was born in 2005 from an idea of Adres (bass) and Marco (drums), after the first few periods of militancy in the Black/Thrash Metal scene, the intentions of the band begin to change; the sounds become more atmospheric and introspective. In 2007 Deadly Carnage began…

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Kadavar

Powerful and dirty “For me, it’s a very serious title, bar any humour. We maintain the achievements of our elders, such as women rights, peace and a corporate Europe by touring through clubs, sniffing 100 euro bills through our noses and call attention to ourselves by posting insta stories. Meanwhile, people rising to power decline…

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Archspire

Relentless Mutation by Oli Peters Our musical backgrounds are all somewhat different; the members of Archspire meet in the middle in regards to influences and inspiration. When we formed the band, we made a decision of what we wanted the band to sound like, however if you look closely, you’ll hear inspirations from all over…

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Warbringer

Metal thrashing geeks The thrash movement of the 1980’s was without a doubt one of the most glorious and significant periods in heavy metal history. The aggression, the speed, the politically, violent and gory themes, the anger and the power, changed the metal music world forever. Warbringer, the quintet from the LA area, bring all this…

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Xandria

Fantasy and reality by Marco Heubaum Metal is as real or unreal as music just is. And it´s a big mixture of themes anyway; you find everything in metal. And a big part doesn’t have anything to do with fantasy topics. For example, I would name Pantera as one of many influences for Xandria (for…

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