Shit That Comes Out Today

Sh*t That Comes Out Today: July 22, 2016

  • David Lee Rothmund

Hello MetalSucks reader! Welcome to 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 usually stick ‘em in a fancy Spotify playlist too (below) — all for your jammage! Now crank this shit up.


Wriggling Chrysalis Of Metaphysical Grudge (Gore House)
On a playlist with: Rings Of Saturn, grindcore
Listen Wriggling Chrysalis Of Metaphysical Grudge full stream (here)

Urobilinemia is basically the Japanese version of Rings Of Saturn: outrageous hyper-death with robotic drums and astronautical aspirations. But Wriggling Chrysalis Of Metaphysical Grudge is more, there’s simply more variation, and also BREEEEEEEEEE, BREEEEEEEEE sounds sick! Basically, this band = insane and this album = incomprehensible, and unfortunately in some parts, not the greatest. But it will fuck with ya.


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Black Sun Unbound (Hells Headbangers)
On a playlist with: Glorior Belli, Absinthius, Mortuary Drape
Listen “World Encircler” (here) “Scars Adorn The Whore In Red” (here)

If ever the word “rips” were to describe just one metal album, Black Sun Unbound would be that album. It’s this combination of black metal, extreme vocals, and old school thrashiness which acts as the 40,000 horsepower turbodiesel engine to power your heart. Enjoy as your blood rips through your fucking veins at rocket speed, baby!


Great Is Our Sin (Metal Blade)
On a playlist with: Obscura, Death, Beyond Creation
Listen Great Is Our Sin full stream (here)
Read Max Frank MetalSucks review (here)

Revocation: the band that can do no wrong. They’re the purest manifestation of straight-up metal. Like, metal as fuck, thru-‘n’-thru (plus, live, they play like all-stars). Great Is Our Sin is a continuation of Revocation’s warpath of riff-focused, in-the-pit metal: you’ll find the corners are a bit more rounded, but the music’s overall breadth has extended, as well as the songwriting. Comprehensive, full-on metal.


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Indifferent Rivers Romance End (The Flenser)
On a playlist with: Envy, June of ’44, The Number 12 Looks Like You
Listen Indifferent Rivers Romance End full stream (here)

Embracing this band requires a healthy amount of hesitance. It’s telling the difference between what’s real vs. that which just tries too hard. Indifferent Rivers Romance End is the least try-hard album of its type, lately. That’s to say: the range is huge, from chill electronic to soft indie bits to progressive arthouse shit. Metal at core, though, with a focus on hard drama and core-truth ethos and whathaveyou. Like a good movie, almost.


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Beast (Nuclear Blast)
On a playlist with: Carnifex, Emmure, Whitechapel
Watch “Beast” (here) “Aftermath” (here)

Three cheers for dual vocalists, because it’s a damn cool idea and Despised Icon nails it. That said, listening to Beast is like eating at low-end fast food on a Friday night. That is not to say that Beast is a piece of shit. It’s solid deathcore without constant-total-deathcore. While prior albums featured more experimentation, you still get rhythm-focused riffs and pretty sweet breakdowns.


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III: Trauma (Art Of Propaganda)
On a playlist with: Der Weg Einer Freiheit, Agrypnie, The Downfall Of Gaia
Listen III: Trauma full stream (here)

Post-rock is adaptable, and malleable, and Harakiri For The Sky are hands-on artisans. III: Trauma feels felt-out instead thought-out, and not in a bad way. Like it was discovered along some journey. Be prepared for slow, BIC-waving ballads of what’s essentially soft black metal. This album succeeds especially through headphones, at night, eyes closed, ready for something more, something bigger, something better. Get to it.



Bottomfeeder1476 Wildwood/The Nightside (Prophecy) listen
Aeges Weightless (Another Century) listen
Apocalyptica Plays Metallica By Four Cellos reissue (Harmageddon) listen
Ashaena Calea (Loud Rage) listen
Black Crown Initiate Selves We Cannot Forgive (eOne) listen listen
Blackmore Neo listen
Bottomfeeder Sink To The Depths EP (Good Fight) listen
Celestial GraveCaronte Codex Babalon (Ván) listen
Celestial Grave Burial Ground Trance (Iron Bonehead) listen
Concatenatus Aeonic Dissonances Beyond Light’s Consumption (Totenmusik) listen
The Dead Goats All Of Them Witches (Testimony) listen
Defeated Sanity Disposal Of The Dead/Dharmata (Willowtip) listen
Dejected Mass Dirge listen
ConcatenatusDemonbreed Where Gods Come To Die (Testimony) listen
Despite Synergi (Eclipse) listen listen
Dio A Decade Of Dio: 1983-1993 box + 7″ (Rhino) listen
DragonForce Killer Elite: The Hits, The Highs, The Vids DVD/CD (Spinefarm) listen
Dunsmuir Dunsmuir (Hall Of Records) listen
Dust Moth Scale (Mylene Sheath) listen listen
DemonbreedEsther Overthrone EP listen
Forevermore Integral (Solid State) listen listen
Forty Winters Rotting Empire (Dead Truth) listen
Gus McArthur Chapter 1: Hysterics listen
Hammers Of Misfortune Dead Revolution (Metal Blade) listen
(Hed)p.e. Forever! (Pavement) listen
The Judge The Judge (Ripple) listen
MizeryKilling The Messenger Fuel To The Fire (EMP) listen
Kissin’ Dynamite Generation Goodbye (AFM) listen listen
Mine Collapse Mine Collapse EP (Nefarious Industries) listen listen
Mizery Absolute Light (Flatspot) listen
Murderedman Murderedman (Aqualamb) listen
National Suicide Anotheround (Scarlet) listen nsfw
The New Low Continuance (Razor & Tie) listen
MurderedmanNothing Lies Beyond Fragile Reality listen
Nuke Nuke (Hells Headbangers) listen
Opeth Lamentations vinyl reissue (Music For Nations) listen
Paradise Lost Shades Of God vinyl reissue (Music For Nations) listen
Periphery III: Select Difficulty (Sumerian) listen
Profanatica The Curling Flame Of Blasphemy (Hells Headbangers) listen
Salem’s Pot Pronounce This! (RidingEasy) listen
National SuicideSomething Is Waiting The Something Is Waiting Band (The Path Less Traveled) listen
Twisted Sister Metal Meltdown: Live At The Hard Rock Casino Las Vegas DVD/CD (Loud & Proud) watch
Unmerciful Ravenous Impulse (Unique Leader) listen listen
Vanhelgd Temple Of Phobos (Dark Descent) listen
Visionary Gabriel (Bakerteam) listen
Witherscape The Northern Sanctuary (Century Media) listen

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