This is Noob Heavy ’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Noob Heavy

  1. Australia
  2. Metal
  1. collection 87
  2. wishlist 10
  3. followers 49
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  1. Belong
    by L'Homme Absurde
  2. Blood Sustenance
    by Crypt Crawler
  3. Celestial Creeper (full length DEMO)
    by Hoof Over Head
  4. Coagulating Darkness
    by Hellripper
  5. Radical Moon
    by Bornwithhair
  6. Asfalt (Demo)
    by Bottenskrap
  7. Suppressant / Blight Worms Split
    by suppressant
  8. Gates Ajar
    by Sabïre
  9. Split with Flare Up
    by Mt. Zero
  10. Cancelled Earth
    by Cancelled Earth
  11. 002
    by Cancelled Earth
  12. Demo
    by Charnel Altar
  13. Apocalypse (Death Metal)
    by COLOSSO (Portugal)
  14. Self-titled (Death/Doom Metal)
    by ESOGENESI (Italy)
  15. The Tower of the Morbid (Death Metal)
    by PAGANIZER (Sweden)
  16. Abysmal Decay (Death Metal)
    by VERTHEBRAL (Paraguay)
  17. Entrance to the Otherwhere (Death Metal)
    by ROGGA JOHANSSON (Sweden)
  18. Lone (Atmospheric Death/Doom Metal)
    by OAK (Portugal)
  19. Come The Tide (Death Metal)
    by ETERNAL STORM (Spain)
  20. Hate Machine
    by Sonic Death
  21. Dance Violence
    by Arryam
    개새끼들아 I Love You 개새끼들아 I Love You
    I don't know how it happened but I got this tape from a store in Brisbane, Australia without having any idea what it was. Well color me surprised and tickled because this shit is awesome.
    Good vibes heavy grind.
  22. Anthropogenic Degradation of Ecosystemic Vegetation (demo 2019)
    by Extinction
    Voice of the Forest (loneliest tree snail) Voice of the Forest (loneliest tree snail)
    It's slam to save the world, what not to love?

  23. Porrima
    Porrima will get a lot of play out of me because I always enjoy an album that can sedate me and stimulate my imagination at the same time. - 9/10
  24. Sin After Death
    by Dirty Grave
    Lord Of Pain Lord Of Pain
    It’s a classical doom template accentuated by classic British inspired heavy metal ideals, sometimes they alternate and sometimes they synergise. They execute it as well as you’d hope from that description even managing to tie in copious amounts of left-hand path themes and imagery. Have a drink every time you hear a reference to Satan and you’ll be as plastered as that guy who gets asked to leave every metal show he goes to.
  25. Femina
    by Cancelled Earth
  26. Utter Discomfort
    by Religious Observance
  27. Void Lustre
    by Hope Drone
  28. All The Misery In The World
    by Population Control
  29. Evil Desire
    by Dirty Grave
  30. Our Escape
    by Our Escape
  31. Metastatic Declination
    by Carcinoid
    Rotting Beneath Rotting Beneath
    Carcinoid is one of Australia's best underground bands. Buy their cassettes, they're consistently brutal and interesting with some of the best bass in the country. From their demo to their LP and whatever comes next.
  32. Parasligm Shift
    by Xeno Ooze
    Buried by Slime & Dust (Bonus) Buried by Slime & Dust (Bonus)
    Parasligm Shift has elbow swinging breakdowns and windmill moshing, it’s good for it all. There’s a big crossover of influences on this album from metal, grindcore, hardcore, black metal and a bunch related to those genres, I appreciate that a lot. It feels like it’s own entity beyond constraints but still delivering on the promise of intensity that those genres exist for.

    Straight up dope tape too
    by The Mountain King
  34. Interstellar Voodoo
    by Saint Karloff
  35. En Route Vers Le Grand Vide
    by À l'Ombre d'Héméra
    La fin d'un cycle La fin d'un cycle
    This is a really impressive album, the music lives up to the glorious artwork. If you're a fan of the post metal classics like Isis then you will fall in love with this. Strong vocalist.
  36. Northern Lights
    by Wintercrown
  37. Camera Obscura
    by Hound The Wolves
  38. No hay caminos cortos a la libertad
    by Heráldica de Mandrake
  39. Esto también pasará
    by Heráldica de Mandrake
    As others have said, this is a fantastic album. What's super interesting is the story behind the music and the artwork. I had the good fortune of talking to the band about the themes in my review and it's every bit as far out and cool as you'd expect:
  40. The Road To Siege
    by Dungeon Siege West
  41. Illucifer
    by Bastards of Blasphemy
  42. Teeth Are Not Bones
    by Leopard Print Taser
  43. Updated Floral Experience
    by MACマイナス
  44. BAGV
    This project is criminally underheard, there's a lot more to explore beyond the name that's for sure. Parts of it give me a desert almost western kind of vibe, it's these interesting transitions that make the juxtaposition between the raw black metal and post rock less jarring.

    Well executed. Solid cassette.
  45. Ruination
    Fall of Ruination Fall of Ruination
    A must own cassette for any grindcore enthusiast. Criminally underrated.