This is Tolujin’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Tolujin

  1. Brisbane, Australia
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 422
  2. wishlist 114
  3. followers 81
  4. following 118
  1. Dr Blair
    by PETBRICK
  2. Jesus Dropkick
    by PETBRICK
  3. Hidden History of the Human Race
    by Blood Incantation
  4. Various Objekts 4: a Bass Agenda Recordings sampler (FREE)
    by Bass Agenda Recordings
  5. Various Objekts 3: a Bass Agenda Recordings sampler (FREE)
    by Bass Agenda Recordings
  6. Erratics & Unconformities
    by Craven Faults
  7. CALIGULA
    by LINGUA IGNOTA
  8. Polyhymnia
    by Yazz Ahmed
  9. White Nationalism is for Basement Dwelling Losers
    by Neckbeard Deathcamp
  10. AI-15: Bamboo Music
    by J.Derwort
  11. 3
    by NOTS
  12. Sacred Spells
    by Various Artists
  13. Export
    by RAP
  14. ETERNAL DEATH
    by SHITGRINDER
  15. Different Use
    by Shinobi Cuts
  16. Os Cães Veem Coisas (2019)
    by George Belasco & O Cão Andaluz
  17. Demo
    by Charnel Altar
    Caverns of the Hypogeum Caverns of the Hypogeum
    Yet more astonishing abyssal black/death from Australia, a tad doomier than most. My favourite thing about this is that I thought I couldn't hear the bass at first then I realised that shuddering sensation in my skull was it.
  18. Bestial Hymns Of Perversion
    by OF FEATHER AND BONE
    Lust For Torment Lust For Torment
    Superlative, breathtaking death metal with bestial (obviously) and cavernous overtones. You can tell they used to play hardcore because this is as filthy, tight and poisonous as a mosquito's asshole. I guarantee you won't be disappointed.
  19. Wolf
    by Krallice
    Church Church
    I could be way off but this sounds like largely Nick McMaster's work. Not a lot of BM here, it's almost like Geryon with a full band. I'm not complaining, it's great. And I'm fantasising that it's the first in a series of EPs where one band member takes charge creating all the material ...
  20. Mouvement
    by CHAOS ECHŒS
    Shine On, Obsidian! Ego! Ego! Echo Back To The Yearning Of The Self! Shine On, Obsidian! Ego! Ego! Echo Back To The Yearning Of The Self!
    Mesmering esoteric progressive metal, veering from brutal blackened death to ritual chants to lysergic dubby jams that wouldn't feel out of place on an early Scorn album.