Newsflash – Ancst unleash Moloch’s fury!

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Talk about fury! Moloch‘s fury to be precise. You know, the child eater, the epitome of an evil creature. Ancst just created a new version of this godly being.

The ingredients? Unlimited rage and blackened, crusty Hardcore and Crust Punk. Throw in some melodic elements and ready is Moloch, the first full-length studio album of the German band Ancst.

The band hails from Berlin and is in existence since 2011. Being totally underground, they released a series of cassette-only EPs, some splits and compilations, now backing everything up with this newest record.

Their somewhat unusual credo of … [...] Click to raid more!

Rorcal – κρέων (Creon) (2016) – Review

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Rorcal Creon Album cover I just covered Éohum in a newsflash, writing that these guys really take you far down to the abyss where Black Metal dwells. Now, it can be worse, much worse. 

Let me warn ye: If you look for warm and cozy melodies to carry you along, whilst you enjoy your crackling fire, then DO NOT open that door (open this door instead). If you are just a fan of lighter versions of all things Black and Doom Metal, DO NOT open that door. If you are ready to face the dark, howling abyss of one of the better Extreme Metal [...] Click to raid more!

Newsflash: Svalbard kicking off their first full length studio album!

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What happens if you name a band after an archipelago splashed into the Arctic Ocean?

Well, the Bristol-based band Svalbard happens, releasing a surprisingly crunchy debut full-length and amazingly crusty Hardcore album called One Day All This Will End.

Recorded and mixed by Lewis Johns at The Ranch, Southampton. Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. LP Cover Art has been delivered by Serena Cherry, who also fronts the band as their lead vocalist.

And do put on your crash helmet.

Svalbard serve you with this blindingly and blisteringly hot metal stew, yet still keeps the record easily accessible and [...] Click to raid more!