Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! A Look into Acid Witch’s Surprise “Black Christmas Evil” EP

Two things that certainly don’t blend well are Christmas and metal music. From the happy holiday cheer, overplayed Christmas tunes, and forced smiles, something about the whole event just makes me want to be alone. I don’t know, maybe I’m a psychopath. At least I’ve got Acid Witch’s surprise Christmas EP to keep me company.
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TUTORIAL: Chopping, Slicing, and Dicing with Blood Feast

American thrash veterans Blood Feast have been floating around the tepid metal waters since their reunion in 2007. While shows and festivals have been their weekend game, they’ve been sticking to the material on their three past albums (two released in the late ‘80s and one in 2017). While the reception for the recent The Future State of Wicked was decent, Blood Feast have returned once more with a 6-track EP. Let’s dive in.

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Letters in the Abyss Unveil a Melodic Death Metal Fury

Letters in the Abyss, another band based out of the endless void of creativity that is the bubbling Californian metal scene, recently unleashed their newest EP. While self-branded within the melodic death metal (or melodeath, for short) subgenre, the duo incorporate a blackened aesthetic which rises from the album cover and the more lo-fi production which is infused in the release. Grab your raincoats and join us while we dive into The Somber Gloom.

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Cadaveric Fumes and Skelethal Release a Four-Track Split: “Heirs of Hideous Secrecies”

You’ve just succumbed to life; cause of death: blast beat overdose. You’re in luck, however, as Skelethal and Cadaveric Fumes are the two pallbearers responsible for carrying your wooden cage into the underground, what a way to go! Where’s this analogy going, you might ask? I don’t know. Just read the damn review.
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More Tomb Mold? Yes Please! “Cerulean Salvation” Bite-Size Review

Canada’s own Tomb Mold dropped one of the top 5 releases of 2018 earlier this past summer with their second full-length, Manor of Infinite Forms. Despite being undoubtedly satisfied, the band must’ve decided to feed their freaky following with one more piece of music prior to 2019’s turn. Let’s take a look at this new two-track EP.

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