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Barf Carcass

  1. Metal
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  1. The Winds That Forestall Thy Return
    by SUMMIT
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    Hymn Of The Forlorn Wayfarer Hymn Of The Forlorn Wayfarer
  2. In Reality We Suffer
    by ABANDON
    00:00/00:00
    Trauma is the trigger Trauma is the trigger
  3. Home
    by Numenorean
    00:00/00:00
    Home Home
  4. Dimensional Bleedthrough
    by KRALLICE
    00:00/00:00
    Dimensional Bleedthrough Dimensional Bleedthrough
  5. What One Becomes
    by SUMAC
    00:00/00:00
    Rigid Man Rigid Man
  6. Re Un
    by Névoa
    00:00/00:00
    II Contemplation II Contemplation
  7. Unfading Incorporeal Vacuum
    by Sol Sistere
    00:00/00:00
    Death Knell Death Knell
  8. Pilgrimage of Loathing
    by MAKE
    00:00/00:00
    The Somnambulist The Somnambulist
  9. Self
    by Terzij De Horde
    00:00/00:00
    Absence Absence
  10. Leucosis
    by Leucosis
    00:00/00:00
    Anaesthesia Anaesthesia
  11. The Dead End
    by Abandon
    00:00/00:00
    Bitter the surface Bitter the surface
    Not for the faint of heart but an album that deserves your patience. A relentless 2 hours, where most songs are below 60 BPM and backed by a church organ. But the bleak, bitter darkness gives way to moments of grace and redemption
  12. Erlen Meyer
    by Erlen Meyer
    00:00/00:00
    Sans Fleur ni Couronne Sans Fleur ni Couronne
    Relentless. Dare I say it, I think I like this because it reminds me of old Deftones and Will Haven -- the best parts of them.
  13. Split w/ Bagarre Générale
    by YEAR OF NO LIGHT
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    Year of no light - Sar Ha-Olam Year of no light - Sar Ha-Olam
  14. Depths
    by Woman is the Earth
    00:00/00:00
    Crown & Bone / Dreamer Crown & Bone / Dreamer
  15. Torch of Our Final Night
    by Woman is the Earth
    00:00/00:00
    Triumph of the Sun Triumph of the Sun
  16. Eros|Anteros
    by Oathbreaker
    00:00/00:00
    Beeltenis Beeltenis
  17. Maelstrøm
    by Oathbreaker
    00:00/00:00
    Orgin Orgin
  18. Lightless Walk
    by Cult Leader
    00:00/00:00
    Suffer Louder Suffer Louder
  19. Lore
    by Elder
    00:00/00:00
    Compendium Compendium
  20. Old Sunlight
    by LATITUDES
    00:00/00:00
    Body Within A Body Body Within A Body
    A bit of a departure from their last two full-lengths, but a welcome change. It's a more mature work, one that shows a band evolving beyond their own cliches. In the year or so since I bought this album, not a week has gone by without at least one listen. It's that seductive
  21. Early Frost
    by heiress
    00:00/00:00
    All Ruins All Ruins
  22. Sons of Noel and Adrian
    by Sons of Noel and Adrian
    00:00/00:00
    Indigo Indigo
  23. EXILE
    by Regarde Les Hommes Tomber
    00:00/00:00
    L'Exil L'Exil
  24. Cloak of Ash
    by Hope Drone
    00:00/00:00
    The Chords That Thrum Beneath The Earth The Chords That Thrum Beneath The Earth
  25. The Ape Of God
    by OLD MAN GLOOM
    00:00/00:00
    Eden's Gates Eden's Gates
  26. The Deal
    by SUMAC
    00:00/00:00
    Thorn In The Lion's Paw Thorn In The Lion's Paw
  27. Useless Animal
    by Cult Leader
    00:00/00:00
    Useless Animal Useless Animal
  28. S/T
    by Regarde Les Hommes Tomber
    00:00/00:00
    VII The Fall VII The Fall
    Though there's something very de rigur about this band's approach to post-metal, it is difficult to describe. Imagine if Year of No Light had stayed on their initial trajectory (the early Nord years) instead of deviating into the more contemplative and ambient territory of Ausserwelt. And imagine they had perfected that heavy and pounding formula along the way. More importantly, this album succeeds where current bands seem to be faltering (Cult of Luna, Mouth of the Architect, etc)
  29. Hope Drone
    by Hope Drone
    00:00/00:00
    Ash Ash
    Imagine if Amenra was the musical equivalent of meth instead of heroin. Imagine no more: Hope Drone is here.
  30. All Fours
    by BOSSE-DE-NAGE
    00:00/00:00
    At Night At Night
    I wasn't sure if there would ever be a band who could fill the void in my life after Altar of Plagues called it quits. Bosse-de-Nage might be the one. Out of the gate, "At Night" is an exhausting, take-no-prisoners experience. One of the most aggressive songs I can think of. The rest of the album is left in its wake -- a long denouement that mixes blackened metal (scissor/blast beats and all) with a number of other influences,including early/mid 90s emo in Washerwoman.
  31. Quintessential Ephemera
    by Rosetta
    00:00/00:00
    (Untitled III) (Untitled III)
    Oh, Rosetta. I'd follow you to the heliosphere and back, no matter which direction you chose. "Quintessential" reminds me of "ADoM," especially the use of sung vocals. Some hints of "Wake/Lift" as well in (especially Untitled III). Where "The Anaesthete" vacillated between rage and redemption, this album is uniformly an affirmation of life. But that's part of the problem: this album feels like variations on a theme rather than an epic journey across the solar system
  32. Roads To Judah
    by Deafheaven
    00:00/00:00
    Violet Violet
    Trying to understand the hype. Failing.
  33. Bleak Epiphanies In Slow Motion
    by Latitudes
    00:00/00:00
    We Met Today & Will Never Meet Again We Met Today & Will Never Meet Again
    A must for fans but get their later full lengths if just starting out
  34. Hannibal Ad Portas
    by General Lee
    00:00/00:00
    A Dead Issue A Dead Issue
    Great post-metal, far superior to Cult of Luna in many ways.
  35. Raiders of the Evil Eye
    by General Lee
    00:00/00:00
    The End of Bravery The End of Bravery
    Hmmmm... interesting. A pretty good post-metal band tries their hand at some Botch-esque post-hardcore, and succeeds there as well.
  36. Rosetta: Audio/Visual Original Score
    by Rosetta
    00:00/00:00
    Dunes Dunes
    A worthy companion to their previous instrumental albums. The film itself, if you insist, is a bit disjointed. The narrative (indeed, the point) is kinda lost. All I got from the film was that Translation Loss records kinda dicked Rosetta over and that the drummer is a cool guy.
  37. Flies to Flame
    by Rosetta
    00:00/00:00
    Pegasus Pegasus
    Rosetta's B-sides have always been promising but incomplete (TMA-3, the Homesick cover, So Warm a Solitude...) And they have made it pretty clear that this EP is just to complete their contract with their old record label. Too bad they insist that none of these songs will be played again. Would love to hear Pegasus live.
  38. Nothing For Us Here
    by Cult Leader
    00:00/00:00
    Skin Crawler Skin Crawler
    Does anyone do raw anger better than Gaza... I mean.. Cult Leader? How to even describe this "genre"? It's raw. Just fucking raw. It always feels as if the whole thing is about to fly apart as it races downhill at 120MPH. This is not mathy grindcore synced to some metronome played by Julliard rejects. This is how hardcore should be played, and felt. It should be scary.
  39. AA44. Fall Of Efrafa - Elil 2xLP/CD
    by Alerta Antifascista Records
    00:00/00:00
    Beyond The Veil Beyond The Veil
  40. AA58. Fall Of Efrafa - Inle 2xLP/CD
    by Alerta Antifascista Records
    00:00/00:00
    Simulacrum Simulacrum
    Imagine if Catharsis and Godspeed.. got together to share politics and music
  41. Individuation
    by Latitudes
    00:00/00:00
    Imitation Ruin Imitation Ruin
    Impossible to pick a favorite track. Alternates between the best post-rock out there (sorry, Russian Circles) and haunting vocalized pieces. Here is a band coming into its own. If they continue to grow as they have (from Agonist to Individuation), the next album will be a masterpiece.
  42. Star Showers On The Euphrates
    by *Ancients
    00:00/00:00
    Cassiopeia Cassiopeia
    It's not until a minute or two into the second track when hints of a long lost friend, Rinoa, begin to appear. Ancients hold nothing back in their quest to produce grand (or grandiose?) post-rock. It is a predictable soundtrack for a movie to be made, but It is still far better than the mediocrity that Explosions in the Sky have become. If the first 6 minutes of Cassiopeia doesn't give you goosebumps, you have no soul, my friend.
  43. Agonist
    by Latitudes
    00:00/00:00
    Antechamber Antechamber
    Great album. Wish I had discovered Latitudes (and BandCamp) sooner-- 30 second clips on iTunes fail to do these songs' evolutions justice.
  44. Sea of the Dying Dhow
    by *shels
    00:00/00:00
    The Conference of the Birds The Conference of the Birds
    In some ways better -- less erratic -- than the follow up "Plains of the Purple...". Shels are good at what they do, and no one is quite doing it like this.
  45. Tides EP
    by Altar Of Plagues
    00:00/00:00
    Atlantic Light Atlantic Light
    Two amazing songs. "Atlantic Light" is one of AoP's most sweeping and powerful works -- and that is saying something for a band that specialized in epic, emotionally effective landscapes. This EP suffers from low production value but is still a must for any fan of AoP. I can't imagine living without it.