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I recently got a Belphegor vest to give me extra training power at the wall / gym, and to celebrate have been listening to this track a lot:



Sounds absolutely fantastic in the car, proper thunderous business  :strongbench:

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Thank you Fiend for pointing me to this thread - after 20 pages of catching up:

Agreed  :wub: for Rolo Tomasso

Impressed at Decrepit Birth demonstrating that demon DNA is the secret to effective use of volumes on their Axis Mundi cover..

Have Deezered all the following: Allegaeon, cancer bats, carcass, cult of luna, gallows, ghost brigade, immortal, lamb of god, rolo tomasso,slice the cake, soreption..

Not much metalcore tho, so offerings from my heavy lifting playlist:

Architects - donít seem to be able to overplay anything by them.. RIP Tom Searle:



Bury Tomorrow - responsible for breaking my 180 deadlift plateau:



Darkest Hour - appeal to my inner goth:



Still remains:


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Welcome aboard beast :)

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I probably posted this before but it still is phenomenally good after all these years. Guitars are just  :sick:


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It finally happened. A few years after ogling my way through the pretty inspiring youtube channel Women Of Extreme Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkL6835M5z4ZgRvpQfTJ5rA (I naturally find women into such forms of extreme and brutal expression fascinating and enticing) and buying music from several featured bands, I got to see "Cult Brit art-metal beserkers" (copyright Kerrang and what a wonderful description) Rolo Tomassi live last night, on the first night of their UK tour for their new album Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It. Despite still feeling pretty ropey after another nausea bout of the weekend and thus avoiding the pit, it was bloody brilliant. The wall-of-emotional-noise is perfect live, and as well as Eva's vocals (impressively clear after many screaming songs) and James's charismatic geek moshing, the drumming came across especially well, alternating tribal, methodic, and black metal blastbeats as required. Some of the tracklist, in order:










I actually had a lump in my throat at the end of the last one....

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Batushka - Their debut album caused something of a sensation when in came out in 2015. An interesting take on traditional black metal blast beats and screams with the addition of a 3 piece church choir and chilling, atmospheric guitar leads. Saw them in Manchester earlier this year, a brilliant night.


They are playing Damnation at Leeds University in November http://www.damnationfestival.co.uk/lineup/
Which is shaping up pretty nicely

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Very good, works really well together :)

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Batushka - Their debut album caused something of a sensation when in came out in 2015. An interesting take on traditional black metal blast beats and screams with the addition of a 3 piece church choir and chilling, atmospheric guitar leads.

Totally slept on this album, it's brilliant! Really looking forward to seeing them later in the year. https://batushka.bandcamp.com/

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I've been having a bit of a metal resurgence recently, it's cheering me up. Got a load of CDs, the highlights of which apart from Temple Of Void whom I've recommended already, are some flamboyantly over-the-top deathcore from Shadow Of Intent, and some proper catchy melodic death metal from Rivers Of Nihil:





Stuff like this makes me genuinely excited to still be into extreme metal :)

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The new Alice in Chains album is really rather good. Heavy, sludgy and melodic:

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Happened to catch Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs on a live session on radio 6 the other week. Good slow, sludgy, old skool Sabbath-esque stuff. They are doing a load of shows this Autumn 

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Saw Halestorm at the Manchester Apollo last night, but the support blew me away. Amazing set, fantastic theatrics, stunning riffage.

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I forgot to say they are the bastard child of a one night stand between Alice Cooper and Trivium  :lets_do_it_wild:  :punk:

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New Behemoth is a bit pompous and not as intense as the Satanist, but still pretty neat.

This has the added bonus of Czech sandstone: