Shit That Comes Out Today

Sh*t That Comes Out Today: September 18, 2015

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Hello MetalSucks reader! Welcome to the new Shit That Comes Out Today, your satanic bible of this week’s heavy new releases. We list ‘em, we spotlight ‘em, we link you to their preview jams and full streams — and we stick ‘em in a fancy Spotify playlist too (below) — all for your jammage! Now crank this shit up!

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moonMoon
Render Of The Veils (Moribund)
On a playlist with: Planetshine, Earth And Pillars, Darkspace
Listen Render Of The Veils full stream (here)

Thanks to its amateur tendencies, Render Of The Veils sounds true as fuck. Moon writes spacey black metal more tr00 and eviler than its counterparts — substituting cosmic bewilderment for gates-of-hell shit. No mystery is lost, though. No journey wasted, i.e. they did take the path less traveled! It’s a lengthy album and thus requires patience, or a healthy concoction of nootropics, or just plain ol’ patience (got any of that patience to spare)?

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anfinnsaasAnfinnsaas
Anfinnsaas (Autumnsongs)
On a playlist with: Castevet + Walknut
Listen Anfinnsaas full stream (here)

What happens when your entire fucking structure crumbles away and all that’s left is your pulsing, bleeding core?! Well, An-Fin’s-Ass gets all deconstructive and jammy on their self-titled. Postmodern, in a sense, but not annoyingly so — you can jam along to these tracks without getting completely lost. But getting kind of lost is kind of the point. Also these Norwegian dudes were (probably) highhh af, which works too, yo.

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Bleed Someone DryBleed Someone Dry
Post Mortem | Veritas (Fire Was Born)
On a playlist with: Thy Shart Is Murder, Whitechapel, Fit For An Autopsy
Listen Post Mortem | Veritas full stream (here)

Take the nerdiness out of technical deathcore! By integrating feels from harder-core influences, Post Mortem | Veritas actually sounds fluent instead of dorky and repetitious. There are breakdown moments and crowd-pleasers, but not just to put on a show. Das vocals are mean and tough, the drums are reigned in when necessary, e.g. on “Doom and Gloom,” etc., i.e. 7/10, would listen to again, but next week.

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The Black Dahlia Murder - Abysmal FinalThe Black Dahlia Murder
Abysmal (Metal Blade)
On a playlist with: Job For A Cowboy, The Faceless, All Shall Perish
Listen Abysmal full stream (here)

I’ve never been the hugest fan of TBDM, except for this song, and so it’s no shock that Abysmal doesn’t cause stirring on me insides. But there’s some Element #666 cooked into TBDM and their records: they’ve really never done any wrong. And true fans truly eat that shit up. Loyalty goes a long way, but maybe it hinders progression. Anyway, Abysmal is a well-rounded, well-executed, super-smooth, super-modern death/black-metal album. Haters may be inclined to say that it feels purposeless and just a faster/harder version of their previous.

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Christian MistressChristian Mistress
To Your Death (Relapse)
On a playlist with: Lucifer, Ghost, Iron Maiden
Listen To Your Death full stream (here)

What sounds like rock ‘n’ roll to us today probably sounded metal as fůk way back when. What will future people think? And that’s the point of Christian Mistress: to show us young fucking morons how it used to be, blah blah blah, blah. To Your Death is heavy in the old school way: over-overdriven solos, a slap of Britishness, and the faintest dash of darkness. I’d like to imagine that these dudes (and lady) put on a massively killer live show!

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In Twilight's EmbraceIn Twilight’s Embrace
The Grim Muse (Arachnophobia)
On a playlist with: One Master, Akhlys, Wovoka
Listen The Grim Muse full stream (here)

Never judge a fish by its face! With a name like In Twilight’s Embrace you’d expect some I See Stars-esque bullshit. But instead you get artisan-quality, short-form, kickass blackened death metal. How blackened? Quite blackened. How death-y? Quite death-y. How good. Quite good. No, really good actually. Your homework for this lesson: Spin the fourth track “A Wolf I Remain” (lol naming) and the penultimate track “Gravitate Towards The Unknown,” then come back to the comments section with fresh ideas for a completely sensible, academic conversation.

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atila-vOTHER SHIT THAT COMES OUT TODAY

Annihilator Suicide Society (UDR) listen
Ares Kingdom The Unburiable Dead (Nuclear War Now!) listen
Atila V (Signal Rex) listen
Atreyu Long Live (Spinefarm) listen listen listen
Big | Brave Au De La (Southern Lord) listen
Cropsy Maniac : Burial Ground : Grave Wax : Severed LimbsBlessthefall To Those Left Behind (Fearless) listen
Broken Hope Live Disease at Brutal Assault DVD (Century Media) watch
Chaos Order Distant Chords Of Disharmony (Blasphemour) listen
Cropsy Maniac/Burial Ground/Grave Wax/Severed Limbs Four Paths To Horror split (HPGD) listen
Crossfaith Xeno (Razor & Tie) listen
Darkyra Black Fool (Cargo) listen
Funeral HorseDeep Purple From The Setting Sun…(In Wacken) live (earMusic) listen
Deep Purple …To The Rising Sun (In Tokyo) live (earMusic) listen
Desakralised Sapiens Uncrowned (Shiver) listen
Devil City Angels Devil City Angels (Century Media) listen
Evilheart Quinquaginta reissue (Test Your Metal) listen
Funeral Horse Divinity For The Wicked (Artificial Head) listen
Funeral Throne Threshold (Blut & Eisen) listen
Funeral Throne ThresholdGnosis The Third-Eye Gate (Nuclear War Now!) listen
Golden Void Berkana (Thrill Jockey) listen
Grift Syner (Nordvis) listen
Harlott Proliferation (Metal Blade) listen
Horisont Odyssey (Rise Above) listen
Innfight Boulevard Of Pain (Cargo) listen
Kill Ritual Karma Machine (Scarlet) listen
Golden VoidKing Heavy King Heavy (Cruz Del Sur) listen
Kraanium Chronicles Of Perversion (Comatose) listen
Leaves Eyes King Of Kings (AFM) listen
Magister Templi Into Duat (Cruz del Sur) listen
Masters Of Metal From Worlds Beyond (Metalville) listen
Metal Allegiance Metal Allegiance (Nuclear Blast) listen
More To Monroe Appalachia EP (Roadrunner) listen
HorisontMotion City Soundtrack Panic Stations (Epitaph) listenscale
Movimento d’Avanguardia Ermetico Torri del Silenzio (Avant Garde) listen
My Dying Bride Feel The Misery (Peaceville) listen
Neurotic November Fighting Words (Victory) listen listen
Of Feather And Bone Embrace The Wretched Flesh (Good Fight) listen
One Machine The Final Cull (Scarlet) listen
Operation Mindcrime The Key (Frontiers) listen
Terminal FunctionPneuma Hagion Trinity I EP (Nuclear War Now!) listen
Pyogenesis A Century In The Curse Of Time (AFM) listen
Reflections The Color Clear (eOne/Good Fight) listen
Ritual Killer Exterminance (Season Of Mist) listen
Scale The Summit V (Prosthetic) listen listen read
Serial Butcher Brute Force Lobotomy (Unique Leader) listen
Seven Witches The Way Of The Wicked (ILS) listen
urlShinedown Threat To Survival (Atlantic) listen
Silverblack The Grand Turmoil (Sliptrick) listen
Skepticism Ordeal (Svart) listen
Stahlmann Co2 (AFM) listen
Stratovarius Eternal (earMusic) listen
Terminal Function Clockwork Sky (Willowtip) listen
TesseracT Polaris (eOne) listen listen
Windhand - Grief's Internal FlowerTo/Die/For Cult (Massacre) listen
Toseland Renegade (Metalville) listen
Tsar Bomb Extermians IX:XI (Cimmerian Shade) listen
Tsjuder Antiliv (Season Of Mist) listen
Tyranny Aeons In Tectonic Interment (Dark Descent) listen listen
Vardan From The Pale Moonlight (Moribund) listen
Windhand Grief’s Infernal Flower (Relapse) listen listen listen
Witchsorrow No Light Only Fire (Candlelight) listen

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