15. Apr. 2013, 12:40 von BelovedEnemy
29. Okt. 2012, 13:26 von TheArtistBoxhttp://rlv.zcache.com/brutal_death_metal_poster-p228076296620958468xwp2v_152.jpg
Welcome to the list of brutal death metal bands. This will compile a comprehensive list of all brutal death metal bands that are tagged with such in my database. Thus, some maybe have noted beside them to move them to different journals in the near future as some are obviously confused. Later, artist profiles will be linked to the artist like my other journals within the series.
History - Brutal Beginnings 1990-1993
After the formation of death metal in 1984 the death metal scene took off with tremendous speed, thus why the timing and the 'first ever death release' can not really be mentioned without an argument or a debate about it.
As Death Metal was taking over the Americas and then the world a band appeared on the scene creating a new wave of death metal. Often, now misunderstood as Modern Death Metal (which by the way isnt a genre , rather a wave), this up and coming garage band from New York was taking shape. …
23. Sep. 2012, 15:22 von Melodeathmetol
21. Jun. 2012, 22:55 von GauffreCa prend trop de place sur ma page mais je veux continuer à tenir à jour.
Y'a plein de concerts en France même si ça se voit pas sur la page du groupe :).
Seen live :
Amanda Palmer (x2)
Amon Amarth (x2)
Anaal Nathrakh (x3)
Black Bomb A
Blood Red Throne
Blue Öyster Cult
Crossing the Rubicon
Dark Buddha Rising
Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult
1. Jun. 2012, 15:56 von trancesoundLee Haslam presents Vengeance on Discover
Lee’s latest release with the Discover group is this superb tech trancer on the Discover White Label imprint.
Lee Haslam is one of the masters of his genre and Vengeance is another quality production delivering power, melody and just the right amount of bite required for a dancefloor bomb!
On remix duty, Origin step up to the plate fresh from their recent debut release on the same label. Expect grit, production trickery and dark grooves mixed in with the key elements of the original…
Buy it on Beatport
Lee Haslam – Vengeance (Original Mix)
Lee Haslam – Vengeance (Origin Remix)
20. Mai. 2012, 14:04 von true_eZKatoNAbigail Williams
Annotations of an Autopsy
Arch Enemy (2x)
Baptized in Blood
The Black Dahlia Murder
Chapel Of Disease
Cult of Luna
Death Angel (2x)
Fueled By Fire
Gospel of the Horns
Grand Magus (2x)
19. Mai. 2012, 7:18 von mankvillFri 18 May – Origin, Aborted, Cattle Decapitation, Decrepit Birth, Rings of Saturn, Battlecross, Troglodyte
Tonight was the final date of Origin's headlining Occupation Domination 2012 tour, and it was one of the craziest shows I've ever been to. If you missed this tour, you missed one of the most impressive packages to hit the road in the metal scene in a very long time.
First band of the night was good ol' Troglodyte. It's been a minute since I've seen them, but they still never fail to impress. The sound in the Granada was very very good all night long, and Trog was no exception. They only had about 20 minutes, but they ripped right through the set. They played a few new songs, and they are hard at work on the new Trog album. If the other songs are as half as good as the new ones they played tonight, it'll be a ripper for sure. Great stuff, as always.
Loculus was added to this show after Decrepit Birth dropped off ( :( ) and they were really awesome! They had a great…
9. Mai. 2012, 5:19 von treghetSun 6 May – The Occupation Domination Tour 2012
This would be my first show at the famous Whisky a Go Go, where bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Mötley Crüe, Van Halen and many more have played. Death's Live in LA DVD was even filmed there. It was cool to be in a venue that so many iconic bands have played in.
On the way to the show I stopped at Amoeba and found Cattle Decapitation's Humanure on vinyl. I thought it was an appropriate purchase. By the time I got to the Whisky Embryonic Devourment was doing their sound check. I had seen them a few years ago and they were alright. I think they have improved quite a bit since then. They're still not a band I would listen to regularly, but I enjoyed them. It was really cool to watch the vocalist play a fretless bass. They mentioned they will have a new album coming out soon and they played a song from it.
- Militarized Reptoids
- Vivid Interpretations of the Void
- Eye of the Horomatangi
- Militarized Reptoids
13. Apr. 2012, 6:49 von winterregenSeen Live 2011:
A Skylit Drive
Abandon All Ships
Aborted ... x2
Agony And Scream
And So I Watch You From Afar ... (Trohpy: Setlist)
Architects ... x2 ... (Trophy: Signed Ticket)
As I Lay Dying
Becoming the Archetype
Beyond The Dust
Boris ... (Trophy: Drumstick)
Born of Osiris
Bring Me the Horizon ... x2
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
Circle of Silence
City of Ships
Deadlock ... (Trophy: Signed Album, Signed Setlist)
Deez Nuts ... x2
Defeater ... x2
Der Weg einer Freiheit
Descend To Rise
Devil Sold His Soul
Dornenreich ... (Trophy: Signed Album)
Ende/Aus ... x2
Farewell to Arms
Friska Viljor ... x2
22. Feb. 2012, 16:28 von RowoltaBest of 2011.
My favorites of 2011, what I would call highlights.
Rowolta at Spotify (with albums available on Spotify)
Passion Black Metal/Grindcore
Still the original sound. Parts of this masterpiece deliver some serious eargasm.
Blasphemers' Maledictions Black/Death Metal
Underlying melodies with insane beats and furious vocals from a world below.
Agony Technical Death Metal
An explosion of symphonic influenced brutality.
Entity Technical Brutal Death Metal
Total annihilation. The speed, the weight and the melodies, fuck me.
Scarred by Beauty
Sutra Modern Thrash/Metalcore
Creative and fresh sound with lots of variations, with Jonathan Albrechtsen on vocals.