Full Of Hell – Trumpeting Ecstasy


It took us a while but today we’re back with a new review. Let’s talk a bit about the new Full of Hell album. This band needs no big introduction. They were formed back in 2009 and since then they’ve been producing albums of hellish, overpowering music. The first Full of Hell album i ever listened to was the collaborative album they did with the japanese lord of the void. Yes, that album they did with Merzbow was trully something else. Their new album ”Trumpeting Ecstasy” was released this May by Profound Lore Records. First of all i’d like to say that the album’s cover artwork has made a huge impression on me. I think it’s one of the best album covers i’ve seen in a long time now. It’s simple and symmetric. It’s an image that leaves no room for misconceptions. Evil lies within. Eleven tracks are included in this album. In my opinion the listener gets the message from the very beginning. This is gonna get ugly. Once again grindcore blends ideally with black and death metal. So, yes this album sounds really brutal. It’s like an ongoing sonic storm that’s impossible to escape from. There’s definitely an imposing atmosphere throughout ”Trumpeting Ecstasy”. All of the album’s tracks hold immense amounts of raw power inside of them. Yet they feel like necessary parts of a certain procedure. I personally could not imagine this album without one of these eleven songs. Quite ecstatic about this album i’ll tell you what i think though. I think it is a great album. It’s definitely one of the best albums of this year so far. I sure as hell loved it and i have nothing negative to say about it whatsoever. In my opinion ”Trumpeting Ecstasy” gets a 9 out of 10. Here’s a link where you can also listen to this album.

10 essential death metal albums

Today i wanted to give you a list of ten essential death metal albums. There are obviously more than 100 essential death metal albums but these ten that comprise today’s list are also some of my favourite ones. So here goes. Albums go in no significant order.

Entombed – Left Hand Path

Morbid Angel – Blessed Are The Sick

Atheist – Unquestionable Presence

Autopsy – Severed Survival

At The Gates – The Red In The Sky Is Ours

Dismember – Like An Everflowing Stream

Bolt Thrower – War Master

Six Feet Under – Haunted

Darkthrone – Soulside Journey

Vader – The Ultimate Incantation


Artificial Brain – Infrared Horizon

Long Island, New York-based sci-fi death metal quintet, Artificial Brain , will release their second album, ”Infrared Horizon”, through Profound Lore Records in April. The album was produced by Colin Marson at The Thousand Caves studio. Ten tracks are included in this release. So, today we’re reviewing a death metal album. Let’s do this. ”Infrared Horizon” sounds definitely brutal and raw. It stands out for its technicality as well as it its abyssic, eerie atmosphere. Artificial Brain play death metal but you can trace some black metal in their music.  This addition makes their music sound more cold and dark if you will. I must say i liked their vocals a lot. We’re talking about proper death metal growls. And of course here you’ll find many blastbeats that we all love. Lyrically this album deals with a  dystopian future in which robots and cyborgs have outlived human beings and who believe themselves to be not of creation of the long extinct humans but a more perfect evolution of them. So yes, in my opinion Artificial Brain’s music works as a perfect soundtrack for this kind of concept. Ten songs for a post apocalyptic dystopia. My favorite songs were ”Estranged From Orbit”, ”Infrared Horizon” and ”Vacant Explorer”. Overall, i have to say i liked this album and i believe that death metal fans are gonna like it as well. ”Infrared Horizon” will see release on CD, LP, and digital formats on April 21st.

Entombed’s best songs

Entombed is one of my favorite bands and i’ve been listening to their songs ever since. So today i wanted to give you a list of their ten best songs. Or what i consider to be their ten best songs if you will. So check it out. Songs go in random order. Here goes:

Wolverine Blues

Left Hand Path

Out of Hand

Sinners Bleed

Seeing Red

I For An Eye

Serpent Saints


Stranger Aeons


Sunless – Urraca

Sunless is a three piece band from the United States. Formed in 2015, the band names as key influenced bands like Gorguts, Ulcerate and Deathspell Omega. The band’s debut, full length album ”Urraca” will be released on February 24. Nine tracks are included in this release. Technical death metal is the case here. However black metal is strong in them. If Gorguts and Ved Buens Ende had a child then that child would be Sunless. ”Urraca” may seem unwilling to reveal all its secrets at first. But one must be patient. And that’s because the more you listen to this album the more you’ll discover all that it has to offer. Just make sure to receive it when it is handed to you. Be prepared for what lurks in the dark. Angst grew in me whilst wandering the paths of Urraca. Brutal growls marked the beginning of a sonic offensive. Deep inside a neverending nightmare i got trapped but i didn’t want to escape from it. Dysharmonic yet full of stone cold melodies it was. I layed by the lake of forgrtfulness. The undying song of the ancient ones still echoes in my head.

Kemerov – FMKD

Kemerov come from Serres, Greece and they are the brainchild of two guys (Matt & Giorgos) that grew up with ‘90s old-school death metal and Black Sabbath beliefs, but they could never really choose between the metal sound and the rock n’roll feeling. The band came into existence back in 2013. Their debut, full length album ”FMKD” was relesased in January 31 through Vault Relics. Eleven tracks are included in this release. When i think of death n’ roll i immediately tend to think of ”Wolverine Blues” by Entombed, even though Entombed never really embraced this term. Matters not though. Kemerov’s music is a blend of death metal, heavy rock and punk. It’s heavy music with a strong punk attitude. In other words it’s the kind of music you’ d want to listen to live. ”FMKD” incorporates all these elements that make this kind of music so lovable to us. I’m talking about nice riffs, concrete basslines, and cool vocals. I liked all of their songs but if i should single out some of them then these would have to be ”New Order”, ”Slay your Son” and ”Murdered in the Steppe”. Make sure also to check out ”Plague of Nations” for a big dose of old school death metal. So what do i think about this album? Well, i sure as hell enjoyed it. There’s a new band in town and its name is Kemerov. Note that name. Here’s a link where you can also listen to ”FMKD”.