This is the newest offering from EYS and this time around it’s with dual-vocals assault, sure to provide the aggressiveness and brutality that Scandinavian beatdown hardcore is known for! The music is metallic hardcore but it’s definitely not metalcore, there’s still lots of 2-step mosh parts and lots of brutal hardcore shredding by the guitar. The bass thunders ahead and together with the drums everything is set up and arranged for brutal breakdowns in order to keep the kids busy in the pit! Stand for something or die for nothing, this hardcore made by hardcore supporters for the hardcore kids and lifers who sacrifice every day to keep it fucking real! This is one of the strongest offerings to come out of Scandinavia, so supports this hardcore record with lyrics about keeping it real and stand up for yourself and represent what’s important to you! Hardcore will never die, so support this culture and help spread hardcore for the hardcore!
metallic, brutal hardcore with beatdown elements and lots of moshing going on…
metallic, brutal hardcore with beatdown elements and lots of moshing going on...
A name derived from the all-obscuring sound they produce, Ottawa, Ontario’s ECLIPSER spews forth a foreboding polarity of soaring melodies and nightmarish dissonance, coiled together to create a dreadful malaise of blackened death metal promised to starve the light of everything it touches.
Recorded, mixed, and mastered at Topon Das’ (Fuck The Facts) Apartment 2 Studio, and engineered by Scott Burniston, the band’s impending debut, Pathos, is a culmination of their first year of writing as a unit. Instrumentally, ECLIPSER delivers an emotionally disturbing sonic landscape comprised of dense and transcendent atmospheres interrupted by frantic, anxiety-inducing riffs, blastbeats and a multi-dimensional barrage of ravenous screams, blood curdling shrieks, and harsh guttural lows. Conceptually, Pathos is a cryptic and abysmal collection of bleak philosophies, exploring esoteric theologies such as hermeticism and alchemy. Laden with contrast between religious and blasphemous connotations and the overall notion that the human condition is something to overcome, the record is as pulverizing as it is thought-provoking.
Death/doom metal split with ENCOFFINATION from Atlanta, GA and ROTTING KINGDOM from Lexington, KY. Two brand new songs from each band. ENCOFFINATION offer ultra slow and dark death/doom influenced by INCANTATION, RIPPIKOULU, MORPHEUS DESCENDS, DISEMBOWELMENT. ROTTING KINGDOM play doom/death that brings you the memory of British doom scene and bands such as MY DYING BRIDE or ANATHEMA as well as CEREMONIUM, MORGION, KATATONIA, ENCHANTMENT, NOVEMBERS DOOM...
4-panel digipack, with beautiful artwork by Viriginie Berdot Sénat.
Enola is a quintet from Toulouse, born in 2012. Thomas (ex-Death Valley Club, ex-Cheval), Mitch (Vauban), Stef (Auriga), Arnaud (Auriga) and Jordi (Feed the Cat, My Own Private Alaska, Shape ) distill a chaotic hardcore mixed with oppressive atmospheres. After a few EPs (The light from below in 2014, Volutes in 2017), the group has forged a solid experience of the scene alongside confirmed bands such as Hypno5e, Presence of Soul, Storm [o], Ingrina, Guevnna or The Rodeo Idiot Engine.
At the end of 2019, Enola stabilizes his line-up. They recorded their first album Inner Ruins in late 2020, mastered by Thibault Chaumont of Deviant Lab (Birds in Row, Trepalium, Carpenter Brut, Mass Hysteria…).
"This is one of the most tripped-out albums released in recent years and you will feel like you are on a psychoactive drug while listening to 'Shaman's Visions' as the music really does alter your cognition and perception of everything around you. 'Shaman's Visions' is a début album of the year so far in my opinion, essential listening." - Ed, www.doommantia.com
Just in time for the end of civilization as we know it, old-school grindcore barges back with a vengeance in the form EXPULSION. Consisting of grind veterans Matt Olivo (Repulsion), Matt Harvey (Exhumed, Gruesome), Danny Walker (Intronaut, Exhumed, Phobia) and Menno Verbaten (Lightning Swords of Death), EXPULSION pick up where the dawn of grindcore left off over 30 years ago, with their highly anticipated debut, Nightmare Future. Across 7 songs and 14 minutes of throat-shredding vocals, relentless blast beats, buzzsaw riffs and raw bass tones, EXPULSION will leave you horrified with their vile brand of classic, 80's sickness!