Loathfinder – The Great Tired Ones

Godz ov War Productions

“…rancid, crawling death metal delivered at glacial speeds, laced with the torturous atmospherics and bleak, desperate melodies of black metal”

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Kingdom – Sepulchral Psalms from the Abyss of Torment

Godz Ov War Productions

“…Kingdom pull us back into the filth and frustration that made this genre a global language.”

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Ecferus – Shamaniacal Essence

Hellthrasher Productions

Shamaniacal Essence suggests demo-era Hades/Hades Almighty, the strange tension of early Limbonic Art or The Howling Wind, and the direct songwriting approach of late Beherit.”
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Karonte / Bloody Brotherhood – Alliance for Death Domination

Dead Sheep Productions

“Bloody Brotherhood employ less melodicism when compared to Karonte, but the trade-off being a faster, more compositionally diverse style or take on modern death metal serves to complement one another well.”

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Altar – And God Created Satan to Blame for His Mistakes

Vic Records

“Altar stood out as a band that played various stages of bursting, rapid-fire death metal in the vein of Vader and Deicide accented by mid-tempo chord-heavy doom death more akin to early Internal Bleeding, Baphomet or Cianide.”
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Konflict/Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes – Conflict is Control/Poisonous Gas Thrower of Jigoku

Cyclopean Eye Productions

“As far as how these bands pair together for this split…if Konflict were a terminal cancer raging through a human body then Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes would be the mercy suicide gunshot through the head.”

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Locust Leaves – A Subtler Kind of Light

I, Voidhanger Records

“Theatrical at times, atmospherically similar to early ARCTURUS or UNEXPECT, “A Subtler Kind of Light” is a sincere – and successful – foray into a story-telling style of progressive metal.”

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