Marred by a few nondescript lowlights, Weeping Choir otherwise contains some of Full of Hell's most distinct and exciting extreme genre fusions so far.
Apart from the slightly improved production quality and a couple of stylistic risks, Electric Messiah is a pretty standard High on Fire album.
Magus is Thou's best produced album yet and is, like Heathen, admirably ambitious in scope. However, the band's sound still isn't dynamic or enthralling enough to warrant the 75 minute runtime.
Aaron Turner's Sumac joins forces with legendary noise rock experimentalist Keiji Haino for an hour's worth of mind-melting post-metal jams.
Doom metal trio Primitive Man returns with one of the most nihilistic albums in the genre. For anyone who enjoys some pain with their pleasure.
Blackened doom metal outfit Primitive Man has shared "Commerce," an epically wretched cut from their sophomore album Caustic. Hear out the track's 12 crushing minutes above and brace for the LP's October 6 release.
Converge is back with their first pieces of new music in five years! Admittedly, the lead single "I Can Tell You About Pain" kind of strikes me as the band by the numbers, but the B-side "Eve" is fucking epic and effectively expands upon some of the slow and sludgy ideas from All We Love We Leave Behind. Check em out above and below.
Full of Hell offers a fleeting thrill of sludgy grindcore on their latest album.