Tag: Anaal Nathrakh

Review: “Death Blast” by Onsetcold

Having already released an album “Arte Destroyer” in 2020 Mastered by Mick Kenney of Anaal Nathrakh, to return with an EP in the same year seems an interesting move, but then 2020 isn’t an ordinary year and Onsetcold aren’t an ordinary band. A quintet who had a 3 year hiatus from 2010 to 2013 during

The Black Map #121: Zebadiah Crowe from London!

The beginning of the summer saw us enter through the gates of madness with the filthy Blackened Thrash of Zebadiah Crowe and their new album “Host Rider” via Lore Breaker Records. They had to get a sharpie out and do a Wendy O of the Plasmadics or Butcher Babies style nipple tape cover up to be

Review: “Host Rider” by Zebadiah Crowe

Influenced by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker and Edgar Allan Poe, Forrrthen (Guitars) and The Horrid (Vocals, Bass, Drum Programming) are a duo who create music that sits in the space between Blackened Thrash, Industrial Metal and Grindcore in their outlet Zebadiah Crowe. Having the same influences as Ministry and Cradle of Filth

Review: “God Of Dead Roots” by Sicarius

Formed in 2014 in Inland Empire California, Black Metallers Sicarius might not be a house hold name despite their 2017 critically acclaimed debut album “Serenade of Slitting Throats” being hailed by Decibel Magazine for “combining black metal with a violent immediacy and pairing it with a bloody, corpse painted aesthetic” but they could actually be considered a

Throwback #52: “Our Enemies” by Bleeding Through!

As if 2019 wasn’t enough for fans of Orange County Californian Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through with the arrival of “Love Will Kill All” via SharpTone Records, 2020 looks like it will see another new album from them. According to this instagram post picked up by thePRP.com, they’re back in the studio with producer Mick Kenney (Carnifex, Anaal Nathrakh). However,