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Sh*t That Comes Out Today: January 27, 2015

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Hi MetalSucks reader! Welcome back to Shit That Comes Out Today, your satanic bible this week’s heavy new releases. We list ‘em, we spotlight ‘em, we link you to their preview jams and full streams — and everybody wins. And if we missed any legit new shit, we beg you to email us! Thanks! Now crank it up!

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Psychogenocide (2011) (Unique Leader)
On a playlist with: Cannibal Corpse, Bilocate, Vader
Listen “Amok Doctrine” (here)

Any dude who wears a Cannibal Corpse shirt knows that metal can’t just be about complicated architecture, it’s gotta be about mood, power, intensity, etc. Now, when you construct a solid mood and beastly riffage, then you’ve got something. That’s Dubai’s Nervecell (though I vote against their nu-metal-type name) and their new-old album, Psychogenocide (ditto).

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Above The Earth, Below The Sky reissue (Metal Blade)
Red Forest reissue (Metal Blade)
On a playlist with: Russian Circles, Pelican, Isis
Listen “What’s In The Ground Belongs To You” (here) “They Speak With Knives” (here)

Reissues can be newsworthy “shit that comes out today,” like the awesome first two albums by If These Trees Could Talk. From 2009 and 2012, they’re the softer side of post-metal and not distant from post-rock. There’s a bit of heft.

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Juggernaut: Alpha | Juggernaut: Omega (Sumerian)
On a playlist with: Intervals, Monuments, Bulb
Listen Alpha full stream (hereOmega full stream (here)
Read David Lee Rothmund MetalSucks Juggernaut review (here)

Here’s a juicy appendix to my review of the new double album by Periphery: It’s an incredibly deft pairing of pop and metal. A listener doesn’t have to give a damn about pop or anything “poppy” to really appreciate what’s at work here. It’s an amazing accomplishment. Read my review!

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Tierra Y Libertad (Southern Lord)
On a playlist with: Lord Mantis, Harm’s Way, Bathory
Listen Tierra Y Libertad full stream (here)
Read Excretakano MetalSucks review (here)

Xibalba’s weapons-grade fuck-you-up metal is metallic hardcore and the sinister scum vibe of Lord Mantis. You get that full ride experience, the feeling that even if they tried they couldn’t have been more intense. Squint eyes, make mean face, mutter “metal as fuuuu!”

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The Dead Of The World (Season Of Mist)
On a playlist with: Krallice, Woe, Castevet
Listen “Deathless Light” (here)

An album that hooks you instantly. That’s The Dead Of The World, Ascension’s second full-length. It’s modern black metal, so the mood and intensity is cranked, but with no resultant loss in sadness, delicacy, and darkness. And damn, those drum-filled shifts from segment to segment in “Deathless Light” are goosebumps. Crank it!

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I’m Going To Kill Myself (Season Of Mist)
On a playlist with: Koloss, Gaza
Listen I’m Going To Kill Myself full stream (here)

Somebody can explain to you how shitty their life is, but you may only get that weird desire to empathize that’s counteracted by your inability to do so. That’s the baseline vibe of I’m Going To Kill Myself (note the “heh” reaction you get from the album art). This is an intense listen, even if it makes you feel a bit out of place. Also, the final track (30+ minutes long) is titled “Metallica.”

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Air RaidOTHER SHIT THAT COMES OUT TODAY

» Air Raid Point Of Impact (High Roller) listen listen listen
Andsolis Vigil (Quality Steel) listen
Angelus Apatrida Hidden Evolution (Century Media) listen
Archgoat The Apocalyptic Triumphator (Debemur Morti) listen
DiscourseAvoral War Is Not Over (Club Inferno) listen
Battleaxe Power From The Universe reissue (SPV) listen
Battle Beast Unholy Savior (Nuclear Blast) listen listen read
The Body and Thou You, Whom I Have Always Hated (Thrill Jockey) listen
By The Patient Gehenna (Lifeforce) listen
The Cyon Project Tales Of Pain (Pavement) listen
Funeral For A FriendDeprive Into Oblivion (Memento Mori) listen
Diablo Blvd. Follow The Deadlights (Nuclear Blast) listen
» Discourse Sanity Decays (Closed Casket) listen
Falloch This Island, Our Funeral (Candlelight) listen
» Funeral For A Friend Chapter And Verse (Distiller) listen
Grimoire L’Aorasie Des Spectres Rêveurs EP (Eisenwald) listen listen
No Spill BloodIngested The Architect Of Extinction (Century Media) listen
Iron Witch The First Four Beers (Witch Hunter) listen
Jorn Lande and Trond Holter Dracula: Swing Of Death (Frontiers) listen
Russell Allen and Mat Sinner: Level 10 Chapter 1 (Frontiers) listen
Lord Dying Poison Altars (Relapse) listen read
Napalm Death Apex Predator: Easy Meat (Century Media) listen listen listen read
SumokemNight Demon Curse Of The Damned (Century Media) listen
Nightingale Retribution (Inside Out) listen
» No Spill Blood Heavy Electricity (Sargent House) listen
One-Way Mirror Capture (Pavement) listen
RVNT Vulnerable EP (We Are Triumphant) listen
Sodom Sacred Warpath EP (SPV) listen
Trial VesselSolanum / Epi-Demic Passages To Lunacy split (Horror Pain Gore Death) listen
» Sumokem The Madness of Lu Shen Ti: Vol. 1 (Handshake) listen
Sweet & Lynch Only To Rise (Frontiers) listen listen
Tear Out The Heart Dead, Everywhere (Victory) listen
Tervahaat Tervahaat (Nordvis) listen
Thurisaz Thurisaz: Live & Acoustic CD/DVD (Sleazy Rider) watch watch
Youth Funeral» Trial Vessel (High Roller) listen
Venom From The Very Depths (Spinefarm) listen read
Visigoth The Revenant King (Metal Blade) listen
Vivus Humare Einkehr (Eisenwald) listen
Voices London (Candlelight) listen
Vulturium Memoriae Nato Per Ragioni Ignote (Avantgarde) listen
Winds Of Genocide Usurping The Throne Of Disease (Pulverised) listen
» Youth Funeral See You When I See You (Twelve Gauge) listen

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