Weekly Digest 03-09 January

Powerviolence, grindcore, post-black, progressive metal, thrash, death and even symphonic folk-rock in our first Weekly Digest of 2022!

APES – Lullabies For Eternal Sleep

APES from Quebec are true experts in their field and their blackened grindcore will not leave fans of heavy, fast and intense music indifferent. Four tracks, 12 minutes 16 seconds of timing, where not a second is wasted. Mix and mastering from Grammy-nominated producer Will Putney (Body Count, Thy Art is Murder, Knocked Loose), and guest appearance of Dylan Walker from Full of Hell.

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Deaf Club – Productive Disruption

Twenty-five minutes of pure rage, powerviolence by the members of ACxDC, The Locust and Chum Out! We made a perfect presentation of the album by posting a live broadcast, from which even the dead will get up to ask "what's going on here?". Will give you as much energy as a morning cup of coffee.

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Infected Rain – Exdysis

Moldovan Jinjer female-fronted progressive metal band, the residents of Napalm Record, Infected Rain are well known to Ukrainian listeners, because at one time they were frequent guests in our country. Melody, groove, beautiful female vocals that break into the guttural and vice versa. Everything that people love about such bands is present on “Exdysis”.

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Necrophagous – In Chaos Ascend

Members of Visceral Bleeding and Entrails converge to forge a style of death metal that's both old-school in sound and contemporary in the way they inject the irresistible grooves. For fans of – Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus, Deicide, Replicant, Cannibal Corpse, Suffocation, Revulsion.

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Nocturnal Graves – An Outlaw's Stand

Coalescing the nastiest and rawest elements of death, thrash, and black metal, the Australian outlaws’ brand of apocalyptic metal explodes like an atom bomb, leaving utter devastation in its path. The relentless onslaught of pure brutality makes one thing clear – Long live death!

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OAR – The Blood You Crave

Sydney's OAR debut album once again demonstrates how well such genres as post-hardcore, black metal and doom combine. Soundtrack to the post-New Year's return to usual working days.

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Wilderun – Epigone

Century Media residents from Boston, Wilderun are creating adventurous metal in their fourth full-length, combining elements of prog, folk and symphonic metal. Beautiful voices and enchanting melodies that, together with the weather outside, almost make you feel like the spring arrives. Radio Edit does not convey all the beauty of the song, so I advise you to listen to album versions, and a cover of Radiohead is also there as a bonus.

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Worship – Many Masters

"Play loud – go deaf." This post-metal / sludge band from California takes this motto seriously. Fans of Neurosis, Kasu Weri, Crowbar should like the EP "Many Masters". Male aggressive sadness.

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