Tuesday, 22 August 2017


Swedish heavy rockers GRANDE ROYALE have teamed up with The Obelisk to stream the entirety of their forthcoming Nicke Andersson produced album Breaking News.

Stream the album in full here:  http://theobelisk.net/obelisk/2017/08/22/grande-royale-breaking-news-review-stream/

Pre-order Breaking News here: http://freighttrain.se/sv/the-sign-record/grande-royale-breaking-news-pre-order.html


1 - Know It All
2 - Brake light
3 - Devil's Place
4 - Breaking News
5 - Live With Your Lie
6 - Daily Illustration
7 - Got To Move
8 - One Second
9 - R'N'R Business
10 - I'm On The Loose

Risingfall release new lyric video for "Prologue"

Heavy metallers Risingfall have released their new lyric video for "Prologue".

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkOIrbE-Css&t=19s

Monday, 21 August 2017

Interview   with  Necrotted   done  by  Patrick posted on 8-21-17

Interview   with  Necrotted   done  by  Patrick

1. Hello! How are things going in Germany these days? Please introduce yourselves to the readers?

Fabian: Hi, my name is Fabian and I’m doing vocals for Necrotted. Everything’s the same as always in damn good old Germany.
Philipp: Hey, I’m Philipp and I play the guitar.

2. Necrotted was formed in 2008 when did you first meet the other members of the band? What is the current line-up of the band?
Fabian: I founded the band together with our former guitarist Tobias in early 2008. We knew the members of the first line-up since we were all little kids and we got to know the new band members in our teenage years.
Philipp: The current line-up consists of Fabian Fink (Vocals), Pavlos Chatzistavridis (Vocals), Philipp Fink (Guitar), Johannes Wolf (Guitar), Koray Saglam (Bass) and Markus Braun (Drums).

3. Who would you say are the bands biggest influences?
Fabian: I think bands like Whitechapel, Dying Fetus, Misery Index, Despised Icon or Aborted had some influences to our own musical evolution.

4. ‘Worldwide Warfare’ is the band’s newest release. How long did it take the band to write the music for this release? Does the whole band work on writing the music or does one member usually write everything?
Philipp: I just took some weeks or months to write all 10 songs of our new album ‘Worldwide Warfare’. We’re very target-oriented and productive in the songwriting process. Most of the songs were musically written by me and our second guitarist Johannes. Some of the songs I wrote alone by myself.

5. Who usually takes care of writing the lyrics and what are some topics you all wrote about on ‘Worldwide Warfare’?
Fabian: Writing the lyrics is my job! The lyrics are always socio-critical and about political topics. ‘Worldwide Warfare’ is all about the global revolution, everlasting threats to society and the last war of mankind.

6. Besides ‘Worldwide Warfare’ are the bands previous releases still available to buy? Besides releases does the band have any other merchandise available? If yes, what is available and where can the readers buy it?
Philipp: Yes, our previous albums ‘Anchors Apart’ and ‘Utopia 2.0’ are still available. Unfortunately, the physical copies of our first release are sold out: the EP ‘Kingdom Of Hades’. But you can download the EP for free!

Fabian: We also have shirts, longsleeves, shot glasses and other merchandise you can purchase online or at one of our shows. New merchandise will be offered in the course of the release of ‘worldwide Warfare’. You can buy our merchandise on Bandcamp (necrotted.bandcamp.com) or BigCartel (Necrotted.bigcartel.com).

7. Does Necrotted play live very often? If yes, what have been some of the band’s most memorable shows? And who are some bands you have shared the stage with?
Philipp: Yeah, we’re playing live as often as possible. Our show at the Summer Breeze 2015 surely was one of the memorable ones. Also, our show at the Deep Rock Festival 2015 – the first show in our hometown Abtsgmünd – meant a lot to us.

Fabian: Playing live is the essence of running this band. It’s so much fun to climb on stage and have a good time. Over the years, we shared the stage with some well-known bands like Heaven Shall Burn, Caliban, Hatebreed, Napalm Death, Kataklysm, Vader, Krisiun, Unearth, The Dillinger Escape Plan and many more.

8. Are there any tours or shows planned in support of the new release? If yes, where will the band be playing?
Philipp: Yes, we’re playing an album release tour right after the release of ‘Worldwide Warfare from 27th October to 4th November 2017. The tour will mostly take place in Germany and the surrounding European countries.
9. Necrotted comes out of Germany's metal scene. What is your opinion of Germany's metal scene?
Fabian: On the one hand I love the German metal scene for its activities and all the great German bands. On the other hand I hate the German metal scene for being so cosseted. Many people rather stay at home than going to a local underground concert. This sucks! We all should support our local metal scene.

10. Who are your all-time favorite German bands? And are there any new bands you feel the readers should check out?
Fabian: My all-time German favorite band? Heaven Shall Burn!

Philipp: Powerwolf. And you should definitely check out Aeons Of Corruption and Skeleton  Pit!

11. Besides bands are there any honest and reliable labels or distro's you could recommend?
Philipp: We can recommend our new label Rising Nemesis Records. They’re doing a great job and have an awesome band roster.

Fabian: Indeed!

12. Besides metal music do you listen to any other forms of underground music? If yes, what genres do you listen to and who are some of your favorite bands and artists?
Fabian: We’re all listening to very different styles of music besides metal, for example I like to listen to hip hop or (German) punk and rock bands. A great band I can recommend is Staatspunkrott.

13. When not working on new music or band business what do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Philipp: I’m going to gym or play darts with our younger brother.

Fabian: I’m doing politics.

14. Other than music we are huge movie fans here do you like to watch movies? If yes, do you have a favorite genre?
Fabian: Science fiction or comic book-based movies.

Philipp: The important thing is that there’s action in the movie!

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American Debt off of the LP "Socialized Anxiety" . Produced by L.O.B. , mixed and mastered by Trilian , additional drums by Trilian (UNDERGROUND HIP HOP)

Progressive metal band VALENCE stream "He Tried To Kill Me With A Forklift"



Progressive metal band VALENCE  have revealed their brand new track "He Tried To Kill Me With A Forklift" at Metal Underground.

Stream the song here:  http://www.metalunderground.com/news/details.cfm?newsid=136492.

The track can be purchased here:  https://valence.bandcamp.com/track/he-tried-to-kill-me-with-a-forklift



Frequently cited as "the bee's knees" and "the cat's meow," Valence takes instrumental prog to new heights through their flirtations with modern metal and eclectic compositions. They're a breath of fresh air for anyone tired of music formulated to fit into a box, and longs for an unadulterated form of sonic expression. The band won an Independent Music Award for "The Reckoning," off of their 2014 EP, Laser Baron, the follow up to their debut Sleepwalker. Sea of Tranquility wrote, "If you love some of the acrobatic, complex, and heavy material of current acts like Scale the Summit, Between the Buried & Me, and Animals as Leaders, this is a band you need to check out." Metal Injection included Valence in their end of 2015 list "10 MORE Awesome Underground Bands You Need In Your Life!"

Between the awards and rave reviews, the band has developed a reputation as a crushing force in the north east, tri-state and the southern New York music scenes, playing the official after-parties for Dream Theater, Clutch and The Sword as well as opening for acts such as Consider the Source, Stu Hamm, Felix Martin, The Fine Constant, and Angel Vivaldi.

Bassist WilHelmus.! joined the band in Spring 2016, adding new elements as the band finishes writing and pre-production for their next epic full-length album. In the meantime, Valence is set to release a new single, "He Tried To Kill Me With a Forklift," in Spring 2017. Valence is Michael Buonanno (gtr), Geoffrey Schaefer (gtr), Chris Romano (drms) and WilHelmus.! (bass).

Album credits:
Mixed and engineered by Rodney Walsh
Mastered by Jamie King
Artwork by Michael S. Bracco

Human After All stream "Flip The Script" at Ghost Cult Magazine


Post-Hardcore/Metalcore band HUMAN AFTER ALL have teamed up with Ghost Cult Magazine to stream "Flip The Script". The track is from the band's new album Don't Worry, It Only Gets Worse, which is due out this Friday.

Listen to "Flip The Script" here: http://www.ghostcultmag.com/exclusive-stream-human-after-all-release-flip-the-script-new-album-next-week/

Human After All is:

Joe Scheibl
Evan Saari
Kyle Prefontaine
Mario Lanza
recorded/mixed by Seth Henderson/ABG studios
Mastered by Kris Crummett/Interlace studios

Counterfeit Culture Release "Apothecary" Music Video Featuring Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse

Counterfeit Culture Release "Apothecary" Music Video Featuring Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse

Watch "Apothecary" exclusively on Metal Underground

(August 11, 2017 - New Brunswick, NJ) - Post-hardcore quartet Counterfeit Culture has released a music video featuring Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse, for their single, "Apothecary". The video showcases a violent relationship which highlights the message of the band's recently released EP titled, Deathwish.

Guitarist, Patrick Robertson talked about the video saying, "This music video is the most meaningful thing of the whole release for all of us. We spent so much time planning out the storyboard, and drove all the way to Lancaster, PA to film part of it. Of course having our good friend Ricky Armellino in it makes it that much more special to all of us. We wanted to follow up on our music video for X, and put out something that's just as impactful. Alec and Kiera, the actor and actress in this video did an absolutely amazing job portraying an abusive relationship. This is a culmination of all our hard work, and we hope everyone can get something out of it!"

Deathwish which dropped August 1st. was produced and engineered by Armellino and gives off the melodic metal vibes and harmonious vocals that will remind listeners of This Or The Apocalypse. Watch the new music video for "Apothecary" below and stream the rest of Deathwish HERE.

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About Counterfeit Culture:

In this day and age, we’re constantly bombarded by an onslaught of overwhelming influences from the entertainment industry and the media. It’s inescapable. Standing out from the pack becomes a bold proposition and an even bolder move. That’s where Counterfeit Culture come in. Not only do the New Jersey quartet—Nick Broglio [vocals], Patrick Robertson [guitar], Elijah Pagan [bass], and Chris Smith [drums]—shake up heavy music, but they also shake up pop culture at large, ripping conventions to shreds with an artful amalgam of intricate metallic musicianship and alternative-inspired melodies. Their 2017 Deathwish EP introduces an infectious ideology.

“The name Counterfeit Culture basically says that we live in a society where TV shows, movies, magazines, and web sites tell us how to dress, how to act, and how to live our lives,” says Patrick. “Society tries to force you to be a certain way. We’re saying that’s wrong, and you can be whoever you want to be and live life however you want.”

The members initially met in 2015 while still in high school. They quickly built a local buzz, performing with top-notch acts such as Suicide Silence, Whitechapel, Like Moth To Flames, The Plot In You, Erra, Thy Art Is Murder, Invent, Animate, and many more. In 2017, they worked with producer Ricky Armellino [Currents, This Or The Apocalypse] and mixer Taylor Larson [Periphery, Darkest Hour] on what would become Deathwish.

“We take inspiration from multiple genres,” the guitarist goes on. “Of course, we’re a heavy band, and we’ve got those down-tuned breakdowns. At the same time, there are melodic riffs and singing with layers of vocal harmonies. It’s this mix between alternative and metal.”

The single “Apothecary” illuminates the nuances of that style. Snapping from precise polyrhythmic pummeling into hypnotic harmonies, it consciously speaks up against domestic violence lyrically and in its cinematic music video.

“The lyrics are about pretending to be someone you’re not and trying to sell yourself as someone you’re not,” explains Nick. “The music video tells that story of domestic abuse. We gave it visual representation. It’s a girl in this abusive relationship, making it seem normal. Obviously, she’s in pain, but she doesn’t show it.”

Elsewhere, “X” tackles the horrors of drug addiction through a tightly woven sonic assault, “Second Soul” examines “the self-destructive death of one’s former self.” The band separates itself from their contemporaries through both the integration of melody and a fashion-conscious image, eschewing the typical “black t-shirt and jeans,” as Patrick puts it.

Drawing inspiration from remaining outsiders since growing up through and through, Deathwish is as real as heavy music gets. “When people hear this EP, I hope they think about how they’re living their lives and open their eyes,” Patrick concludes. “You don’t have to just do things the way your favorite actor does. Take our songs as inspiration to live your life how you want to live.”

“The songs come from an honest place,” Nick leaves off. “They talk about my past. I felt myself change as a person. I want other people to know that change is possible.”

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Finland's Purtenance interview done by Patrick posted on 8-20-17

Interview  with  Purtenance  done  by   Patrick

1.Hello  how  are  things  going  with you  these days? Please introduce  yourself  to  the  readers?

- Hi, we are doing pretty fine these days. I am Ville Koskela, vocalist of Purtenance. Other members of Purtenance are Harri Salo - drums, Juha Rannikko - guitar, Tero Aalto - bass and Simo Rouvinen - guitar. Harri and Juha are original members of Purtenance, they started the band back in the late 80’s. I Joined Purtenance in 2011 and Tero and Simo came along in 2015.

2.When  did you  first  discover  metal  music  and  who  were  some  of the first  bands you  listened to?

- Harri and Juha discovered metal in the early 80’s, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Slayer, Metallica etc. The usual ones that, guys of that time listened. My first experience with metal was in 88’ when I stole my brothers cassette of Twisted Sisters! But my mind was blown when Purtenance released ”Member of Immortal Damnation” in 1991. Harri is my cousin and I was so amazed of the sound that I heard, that still, this day, I get shivers when I listen that album and sing songs from it!

3.Back in  the early  90's  tape trading  was  a big  part of the  underground  scene  did you  ever  do  much  tape trading?

- Juha used to do that. He has remembered that time occasionally and tells that he used, at some point, record a cassette or two daily. He sent letters and cassettes around the world a lot. Fun times he has said, but very time consuming. 

4.Purtenance  was  formed  back  in  1991   what  gave  you  the  idea  to  form this  band?And  who  would  you  say  are the bands  biggest  influences?

- Actually Purtenance was formed in 1989 by the name Purtenance Avulsion. Death metal was just the most extreme music to play and it was just the thing the guys were searching for. What I’ve been told, Napalm Death, Obituary, Cannibal Corpse and the like have been big influences for Purtenance. Even though, you can’t really found those bands from us, do you? At least very obviously.

5.Why  did you  all  stop  the  band  back in the mid 90's? And  what  gave you  the idea to  reform  Purtenance  in 2012?

- The very common answer why Purtenance went to hibernation - guys grew up. Work, families and lack of spare time were the biggest reasons. When in 2011, ”Member of Immortal Damnation” had it’s 20 year anniversary, Dave Rotten was contacting Harri and Juha, with whom I had been playing for a year together (I’ve played with Harri from 2006, in different project) at that point, and gave them proposal. He said that if Purtenance would return, he would sign a deal with us to release new stuff. So Harri and Juha asked me to join them in new lineup of Purtenance (they did ask other old members, but they had no interest, nor intention to join the band again) to play bass and do vocals. What can one say to that!!?? Of course! They were the first death metal band I’ve heard ever (I was 11 when they released their first album).

6.Paradox  Of Existence  is  the  bands  newest  release  how  long  did it  take  to  write the  music for this  release?

- Music was written during the first half of 2016. We started to record the song in autumn of 2016 and it took like couple of months. We had no deadlines and we took our time with it. We did the recording and mixing by ourselves and only mastering was done by someone else. It was mastered by Jaakko Virtalähde at Virtalähde Mastering. We have worked with him with ”Awaken from Slumber” and ”…to Spread the Flame of Ancients”. He just does the final touch to our sound on records. We are amazes every time by his work, he ”cleans” the filth of our mixes! Hah!

7.Who  usually  takes  care  of  writing the lyrics  and  what  are  some topics you  all  wrote  about on the  new  release?

- I usually handle the duties of writing lyrics. At this release, Simo wrote lyrics for two of the songs, ”Vicious Seeds of Mortality” and ”Paradox of Existence”. My topics, as usual, wander around death, death and death. I’m simple and death provides endless stories to be told. As for topics concerning Simo’s lyrics, as far as I know, tells stories of deep dark aspects of life and everything. He’s writing style differs from mine and it gives us more diversity. He’s roots are more in black metal and mine are in punk and hardcore.

8.Besides   the  Paradox  Of Existence  release  are  any of the  bands previous  releases  still  available to  buy? Besides  the releases  does the band  have  any  other merchandise available for the readers  if yes what  is  available  and  where  can the  readers  buy  it?

- Good question. We have no knowledge other that in Xtreem Music’s webstore is the only official place to buy our stuff, www.xtreemmusic.com . Of course many other place maybe sells our stuff, but that’s the only one we know for sure. Selling is not our stuff, obviously as you can see…

9.What  have  been  some  of  Purtenance's  most  memorable  shows  over  the  years?

- Well, both of our shows outside of Finland, Ritual Zombi Fest 2013 in Madrid and Obscene Extreme 2017 in Czech Republic, will surely be the most memorable, in my opinion. Our show at Finnish Death Metal Maniacs Festival will have very special in my mind also. It might not been our best performance, but the fact that Timo Häyrinen sang same time with Harri and Juha, for the first time in 20 years and last time ever, was pretty amazing for a fan that has listened Purtenance since he was 11…

10.Are  their  any  tours or  shows  planned  in support  of  the  new  release? If  yes  where  will the  band  be  playing?

- We only have one show booked at this moment. 15th of September we will play at Tampere, Finland, with Lucifericon and Lantern. No other shows are currently coming. Just last week we hooked up with Etrurian Legion Promotion and with them we have something in planning but nothing to tell at this point.

11.Purtenance  comes  out  of  the  Finnish  death metal  scene  what  is your  opinon  of  Finland's metal  scene  over  the  years?

- Finland’s metal scene has been, is and hopefully continues to be, very original. I mean, bands sound as themselves, most of the time. In the past death metal bands, even from the same town, used to sound something completely different than for example Swedish bands. Nowadays standards may have flatten the difference, but as long as there are the ”fuck that” attitude around, bands continue to have their distinctive sound and way of doing things.

12.Who  are  some of your  all-time  favorite  bands  coming  out  of  Finland's  metal  scene? And  are  there  any  new  bands you  feel  the  readers  should  check  out  soon?

- Call me lame or anything you like but I really like old Amorphis and Sentenced. Before they were anything big, that is. From newer bands I definitely have to mention Galvanizer and Kruor (well they might not be that new but anyway). Galvanizer kick so much ass that it’s always to pleasure to see them play (I’ve seen them like seven times!).

13.In your  opinion  what  is the  best  and  worst  thing  about  the  underground  scene  today? And  what  does  underground  metal  mean  to you?

- Worst thing is the narrow mindedness of people. They refuse to see anything but themselves. Best thing is that underground is alive. It has always been and it always will be. It does not follow trends and it does not care anything else. So the worst and best things are almost the same! Hah! Underground metal means to me total freedom to do what I want, almost like punk and hardcore scene let’s you. There are still too much ”rules” to follow to have that freedom that it’s absurd. To do what you want and enjoy don’t need to have rules, just respect and honesty for others and to yourself.

14.When  not  working  on  new  music  or  band  business what  do  you  enjoy  doing  in your  free  time?

- Spend time with my family, watch movies, walk outside in forests and sleep! Even that Purtenance isn’t that big band, it takes a lot of my spare time. Maybe it’s the sacrifice you have to make, to have a band that you care about.

15.Thank  you  for  taking the  time  to  fill  this  interview  out  do  you  have  any  final  words for the  readers?

- Stay True! Stay as yourself! Death will take us all someday, don’t let it surprise you, live while you can!"

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Metal reviews done by Patrick posted on 8-20-17

Draghkar--World  Unraveled  cassette {Blood Harvest  Rec.}
California's Draghkar  are a band  who  are  getting ready to  release  their debut  demo  cassette.World  Unraveled  is  three songs of heavy,aggressive  old school  death metal.The vocals  are low,deep  death  metal  growls.The  drums  are a mix  of  well played mid  paced drum  patterns mixed  with  some some hyperspeed blast beats used in a  few of the  songs.If you are  a  fan  of  {early} Autopsy,Exhumed and other  90's death metal  then  don't  miss  out on  World  Unraveled.
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Letal  Cross--Maldita  Nacion  cd {Self-Released}
Letal  Cross are blackend thrash metal  band coming  out  of  the Chilean  metal  scene.And  this is  a  review of  the bands  second demo  featuring  four  tracks.The guitars  are done  with extremely fast and chaotic riffs but  do  slow to  a more  calmer and  mid paced range.The  guitarist  does play  a lot of  aggressive and violent patterns  but  can also  write well executed  slower parts mixed in with the music.The  vocals  are  raw,grim  black metal screams.If you are  a  fan  of  old-school blackend thrash  metal  then  be  sure to  check  out  Letal  Cross  today.
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Narbeleth--Indomitvs   cd  {Folter Rec.}
Cuba's   Narbeleth  are back  with their  fourth  release  Indomitvs featuring eight tracks of  cold black  metal.The  guitar  work  is done with  a lot  of  skill and  experience.Going from  a raw fast and frenzied  guitar  pattern  to  a  more  controlled mid paced  guitar  pace  throughout the songs.The  drums  are played with the  same  style  going  from a  controlled mid paced  to  a more  crazed  fast  drumming  style.The vocals are black metal  screams  that  are done with  a lot  of  power.
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Putrid  Offal--Anatomy  cd {Xenokorp  Rec}
Putrid  Offal are  a  long running French brutal death,gore  band who  released  their  newest  release Anatomy.The first  two  songs  are  brand new  songs are Anatomy  and  Didactic Exploration.Both  songs  are  played  in the  same as previous Putrid Offal's releases combing both powerful,heavy  riffs.Besides  the  two new songs  their  are  re-recorded  versions  of Rotted Flesh  and Gurgling  Prey  featuring  some  of the best death,grind  out there today.The  music  is  played  with a lot  of  skill  and  chaotic fast  drumming  and  guitars.If  you are  a  fan  of  Putrid  Offal's  previous  releases then  be  sure to  pick  this  cd  up today.
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A random Batman figure sits at the end of the many Spidermen.


Top row: Green Lantern, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.


Tiny cute Captain Marvel figure.


Cute little Antman figure.


   Boba Fett.


Back row: Imperial Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, Captain Phasma.

Front row: First Order Flame Trooper.


Pictured below: 

Back row: Darth Vader, Captain Phasma, K-2SO, Jyn Erso.

Front row: Fifth Brother, First Order Flametrooper, Chewbacca.


Back row: Deathtrooper, Imperial Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, Captain Phasma, K-2SO.

Front row: First Order Tie Figther Pilot, Fifth Brother, First Order Flametrooper, Chewbacca. 


Back row: Deathtrooper, Imperial Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, Captain Phasma, K-2SO, Jyn Erso.

Front row: Imperial Jet Pack Trooper, First Order Tie Fighter Pilot, Fifth Brother, First Order Flametrooper, Chewbacca.



  It was time to return to the Ancient Visionz wastelands for another serving of futuristic dystopian mosh from. Find somewhere to settle, turn it up loud, and join us for mosh!

Tune in every Saturday on thewastelands.listen2myshow.com @ 8pm-12am UK, 9pm-1am CET (Europe), 3pm-7pm Eastern (US), 12pm-4pm West Coast (US), 2pm-6pm Central (US), & 1pm-5pm Mountain (US).

Featured in this episode: Viking Metal, Death Metal, Brutal Death Metal, Old School DM, Death Thrash, Heavy Metal, Extreme Metal, HC Punk, HC, Metallic HC, Grindcore, Crust Grind, Doom, Sludge, silly humor,  Saxon jackets, Metal Mark News Studios, Jim Demin (reporter for Metal Mark News), and more silly stuff (laughs).

 Airplay/promo: ancientvisionz@gmail.com


Due to Clowncloud deciding to be a pain, I cannot upload to Clowncloud atm, so the usual Dropbox links are the main source for the podcast.

Midnite Hellion - Death Dealer (4:18)
American Wrecking Company - Purge (3:50)
Dead Medusa - Tarungus (7:09)
From North - Last Appeal (4:31)
Kärzer - Ñóäíûé Äåíü (2:23)
Ripper - Never Enough (4:19)
Midnite Hellion - Cross The Line (3:31)
Möwer - Outlaw Heathens (3:46)
TOWER - Elegy (3:53)
From North - The Catch (4:34)
Wolf Counsel - Days Like Lost Dogs (5:27)
Dark Mother - Mother Mary (3:34)
Dead Medusa - Chip For Brains (5:00)
StoneGazer - Gates of Fire (3:48)
Sludge Bucket - One Million Zombies (3:20)
Eternal Elysium - Unbound (8:49)
Body Void - Monolith (9:40)
Crust - Rejected by Society (5:34)
Atropello - Harto (0:16)
CORPSE - Fallimento (0:28)
DISFARE - Insult (1:17)
Bittered - Foreign Agenda (2:39)
1st Class Collapse - Schrumpfhodentitan (0:47)
Beartrap - Graveyard Plot (0:45)
Concede - Control (0:36)
CONTAINMENT - Dry Well (1:26)
DIEKVAR - asphalt (0:48)
Eaten - Primal Population (1:21)
Selective Aggression - Your Choice, Not Mine (1:45)
Divine Right - Sad, Sorry, Pitiful (1:20)
Omegas - Power To Exist (0:48)
The Disintegration - High Ground (0:58)
Empty Grave - Children Of Wrath (2:42)
World Burns To Death - Black Becomes The Sun (2:18)
Call Of The Void - Throwing Bullets (2:25)
INCANTATION - Xipe Totec (1:02)
Draghkar - World Unraveled (3:37)
Draghkar - Wings Over Malkier (3:18)
Draghkar - Cowering In The Town Of Blinded Eyes (2:26)
Khazaddum - Masters of the Plains (3:34)
Khazaddum - Shelob the Great (3:56)
Corrosive Carcass - Forsaken Lands (6:02)
Mordatorium - The Culling (5:10)
The Lurking Fear - Tongued With Foul Flames (2:38)
Bringing the void - City of no name (3:58)
Cut Up - Master Dissector (3:42)
GOLDEN RUSK - No blame no gain (2:25)
Desecresy - Telekinetic Ignition (2:57)
Bloodgod - Wrecking Ball Surprise (3:35)
Purgatory - Into Starless Chaos (3:33)
Fleshrot - Essence Of Decay (4:54)
Hypoxia - Parasitic (3:50)
Abola - Still Sleeping (3:40)
Extinctionist - Gravity (2:36)