Beta by Psicosfera Anyone who’s already discovered the masterful madness of bands like Krallice or Skaphe may be somewhat prepared for the onslaught of musical… Read More »Psicosfera – Instrumental, Progressive Metal from Argentina
“It is very hard to find any negative reviews or opinions at all when researching the VM540ML and its predecessors. It might be just perfect…” -VinylRestart.com
“One may coyly ask: could anything GOOD come out of Fargo? The answer is: yes…good and rotten. But Phobophilic is more than just rotten; they are also decimating, cosmic, chthonic, and unmatched. I guess that is just to say that Phobophilic is very good.” -JDMP on Bandcamp
An instant favorite in my vinyl collection. This album is not to be missed, especially on vinyl!
The most epic metal music festival in the USA, featuring underground extreme metal bands performing in front of the Teton Mountains in Wyoming.
With Joy and Ardour Through the Incommensurable Path by Hadit This album is on sale for a limited time (July 17-18, 2021, I think) at… Read More »Hadit – With Joy and Ardour Through the Incommensurable Path [Death Metal]
Seven Evils Spawned of Seven Heads by Swampbeast Blackened-yet-oldschool death metal of the finest kind. What a great find this band is! They absolutely nailed… Read More »Swampbeast – Seven Evils Spawned of Seven Heads [Death Metal]
Seattle’s finest re-released their sleeper classic “The Tomb Of All Things”, and I almost missed out on this reissue. One of the two color variants is now sold out, which is no surprise. The other will be sold out soon, no doubt, and I’m ordering a copy right now.
What’s this, black metal with major chords and post-prog passages? Remniscent of Enslaved, and I know that’s a moving-target of a comparison. Fortid keeps their energy between uptempo and mellow, with a generally “bright” spin on things, in the underground metal sense, equal or greater to that of modern Enslaved (which I also love, by the way).
Anyone who wants to add to their knowledge of science and/or history can find something profound in these . Even if you have reasons not to believe what Burke is teaching, you can at least understand the way the Western Academic World views recent and not-so-recent history. Just like athiests can read the bible without spontaneously lighting on fire (usually), non-believers can subject themselves to the teachings of another culture, if only to understand the world a little more.