nocleansinging writes:

A truly solid grasp of Brennenburg doesn’t happen until you’re several listens deep, so give it some time. But with music like this, that’s for the best, as it makes it more rewarding to catch all that it has to offer over multiple spins.


Coma Cluster Void

Mind Cemeteries


Release Date: 26th August 2016

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metalinjection writes:

… Coma Cluster Void took the metal world by storm …

metalsucks writes:

Coma Coma Cluster Void summon death metal’s more experimental, visceral side — think Ulcerate, Nero di Marte, Dysrhythmia, or even Portal on one of their more coherent days — for a challenging listen that’s got just the right of songwriting glue holding it all together.

nocleansinging writes:

… an unorthodox form of death metal the likes of which I can’t say I’ve ever heard anything similar to before. It’s equal parts volatile chaos, unnerving “anti-grooves”, as the band puts it, and numerous unpredictable tempo shifts, all coalescing around a black hole of unearthly dissonance and raw pissed-off vocals.





Insin writes:

Michigan band Thoren’s debut EP captures a dark, ominous atmosphere. It conjures up dozens of images in my mind, all of some blackened and shadowy place where death and fear run rampant. I’ve never heard something sound this foreboding.

JGBarnes writes:

Thoren goes on to pummel you with a heavy, rumbling riffs and spectacular horror-movie-like guitar solos that are introduced in a big, atmospheric way that can evolve into something a little more hopeful. The musical story finishes with slamming, crunchy dissonance and screechy riffs spiking out out of it like a swinging mace.

Wolcott Falls

Our Nuclear Option


Simon Sludge writes:

‘Our Nuclear Option’ shows great progression in Wolcott Falls’ songwriting. It’s as if Ion Dissonance and Meshuggah collided and decided to write a ‘Catch44’ EP. Get your hands on this!

Natalia Zombie writes:

An epic song full of more disjointed djented-out extreme math metal.