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  1. Triumph of the Undying
    by Death Fortress
    The Warrior's Mantle The Warrior's Mantle
  2. Deathless March of the Unyielding
    by Death Fortress
    Trail of Graves Trail of Graves
  3. Lords of Death
    by Temple Of Void
    The Hidden Fiend The Hidden Fiend
    Temple of Void have outdone themselves with this monstrous creation, the soundtrack to rituals of necromancy, unholy creatures, and harrowing death. Further expanding on the characteristic sound of the superb debut album, 'Lords of Death' is a promising helping of pulverizing riffs and broken necks, and it is a must-have for any death/doom collection.
  4. Aeternus
    by Dynatron
    Travelling the Wastelands Travelling the Wastelands
  5. Khthoniik Cerviiks - SeroLogiikal Scars (Vertex of Dementiia)
    by Iron Bonehead Productions
    SeroLogiikal Scars (Sequence 2.0: Veiled Viiral Vektor) SeroLogiikal Scars (Sequence 2.0: Veiled Viiral Vektor)
  6. Le Dernier Crépuscule
    The Voices From Beneath The Well The Voices From Beneath The Well
    Chthe'ilist has graced the world with one monster of a debut album. The bizarre, technical, yet groovy guitar/bass riffs and drumming, along with bizarre grunts, croaks and hauntingly hypnotic clean-sung passages, make the entire album seem chthonic in nature. Definitely recommended for fans of Demilich.
  7. Evasive
    by Neurotech
    Through the Divine Through the Divine
    Taking a step away from metal while remaining true to the characteristic Neurotech sound, 'Evasive' is an atmospheric, emotive journey into electronic music, all packed with meticulously-crafted synth layers and ear-catching melodies. With this album, Wulf has both demonstrated his prowess as an electronic musician/songwriter and given us this great slice of electronic heaven.
  8. Monarchy
    by Rivers of Nihil
    Ancestral, I Ancestral, I
    Amazingly catchy technical death metal with heavy riffs, juicy guitar tones, and exemplary death metal drumming. Another major plus are the hard-hitting but intelligible vocals. The lyrics and songwriting style evoke the imagery captured in the artwork for 'Monarchy'. Definitely a contender for my death metal album of the year 2015.
  9. An Antidote for the Glass Pill
    by Lychgate
    I Am Contempt I Am Contempt
    Eerie, bizarre black metal flanked with insanity-infused church organs that help to create a unique, dark, and haunting atmosphere that I personally have not heard from any other band.
  10. Lowgazers
    by Plebeian Grandstand
    Mvrk Diving Mvrk Diving
    Fury and chaos in audio form. I like to think of it as a blend between Anaal Nathrakh and Deathspell Omega.
  11. Labyrinth Constellation
    Hormone's Echo Hormone's Echo
    An awesome death metal album that is both technical and atmospheric in its presentation, capturing a multitude of moods within its songs. Featuring elaborate guitar/bass work, brutal drumming and killer vocals, 'Labyrinth Constellation' is complicated, complex, but never confusing.
  12. Among the Ranks of the Unconquerable
    by Death Fortress
    Pride of the Enslaver Pride of the Enslaver
    A hard-hitting debut album packed with great riffs and explosive drumming. As an added plus, the production, songwriting, and vocal delivery give it a bit of a 'Hate Forest' vibe.
  13. of Terror and the Supernatural
    by Temple Of Void
    Rot in Solitude Rot in Solitude
    Temple of Void captures the essence of death metal and blends it with the tempos of doom metal in this album filled with heavy, bone-crunching riffs. While many death/doom bands albums dwell on the sorrowful aspects of death, 'Of Terror and the Supernatural' zeroes in on the grisly and morbid side of death. If you want something slow, filthy, and worth headbanging to, then this is the album to hear.
  14. Khthoniik Cerviiks - Heptaedrone
    by Iron Bonehead Productions
    Magmatiik Moil Magmatiik Moil
    Cacophonous, malevolent riffs, otherworldly vocals, unbridled drumming, and raw production give 'Heptaedrone' one hell of an apocalyptic vibe. As a result, I await the twisted creations Khthoniik Cerviiks will come up with next.