Shit That Comes Out Today: September 23, 2016

  • Anso DF

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!


The Sword Low CountryThe Sword
Low Country (Razor & Tie)
On a playlist with: Greg Graffin, Thrice, Watain’s “They Rode On”
Listen “Seriously Mysterious” (here)

It’s an awesome idea to do two versions of the same album. Usually the big, heavy album comes first, then a somehow smaller, more specific version arrives a year later. In this case, it’s The Sword’s High Country and now Low Country. Sure, the creation of two versions of the same album requires that the artist to demonstrate fluency in two styles. So our question to fans of The Sword: Did they pull it off?


Coroner AutopsyCoroner
Autopsy box (Century Media)
On a playlist with: Kreator, Tool, Realm
Listen Rewind documentary teaser (watch)

Like Coroner itself, fans of Coroner were a bit ahead of the game in the ’90s. But here in 2016, if you’re not into Coroner, you’re tardy. It’s an innocent type of lateness, for Coroner’s music doesn’t lunge for your devotion, just as three babes lying motionless on the beach may be overlooked among jiggly revelers and tight volleyballers. But a minute spent at their side reveals depth not cold, openness but no neediness. They won’t ask you back to their house, yet you know you’re invited. Up for a week’s stay? Then this collection of live tracks, highlights, and a documentary titled Autopsy is for you. New album next year!!!!


True WidowTrue Widow
Avvolgere (Relapse)
On a playlist with: Jesu, Nothing, Wolf Alice
Listen Avvolgere full stream (here)

Have you seen that band Lush on their current tour? They spent the ’90s scoring an A+ for songwriting, lyrics, and vibe, but band members themselves would agree with a superfan’s grading of their live performances with a C+. Lush 2016, however, is a concert powerhouse via their new legit drummer, who has reimagined a few beats, added a shitload of fills, and authored a whole new dynamic for songs from the era when proficiency was distasteful like a fake tan. And at the show I saw, the rest of Lush kept up no problemo, it was the most natural thing in the world, like Talking Heads with special guest John Bonham. Awesome!! Anyway, for when you want spacey stuff like Lush a bit heavier, how about True Widow.


Memento Mori (Indie Recordings)
On a playlist with: Void Of Sleep, Witch, Burst
Listen Memento Mori full stream (here)

Sahg’s 2013 album Delusions Of Grandeur is the kind of low-profile album that would make you beg industry people to check them out, like when a pair of choice knockers come into view but your buds are looking the other way. You practically dislocate your shoulder nudging them to get a peek at these majestic peaks. The happy ending is that in early 2014 a fancy label released Delusions here in the US. But somehow it was like your best dude finally turned to stare at those random tits, but responded only with a signal of indifference. That is, Sahg still barely registered. Thank fuck they’re back.


Fires Within Fires (Neurot)
On a playlist with: Isis, Cult Of Luna, Coldplay
Listen Fires Within Fires full stream (here)

Usually, the reason to like a band is that their music is awesome. But some bands you’ll like for the reason that they’re amusing dudes or they share your general life vibe or you connect with them on other random stuff (like a lame movie set in a beautiful locale). But in a rare case or two, your motivation to become a fan is merely to be spared the task of regularly listening to one or more of the artist’s exasperated worshippers all freaking out over your indifference. Seriously, 20 years of this shit and you start just saying “Yeah, I totally love and respect Sonic Youth/Bruce Springsteen/The Doors/Neurosis. Can I go now?”


crownferalTrap Them
Crown Feral (Prosthetic)
On a playlist with: Nails, Young And In The Way, Glassjaw
Listen Crown Feral full stream (here)

The new Trap Them album is awesome and the best part is guitarist Brian Izzi. But it’s driving me crazy trying to put my finger on the origin of his guitar parts. Not his crazy riffs, but his looming, untethered tones that hose out atop them. Fuck, who is it that has that same vibe!! Botch, He Is Legend, Behemoth, or something?



FATALIST TheBitterEndAggravator Sterile Existence (Dead Center) listen
Airbourne Breakin’ Outta Hell (Spinefarm) listen
Allegaeon Proponent For Sentience (Metal Blade) listen listen
Almah E.V.O. (Test Your Metal) listen
Bhavachakra Bhavachakra (Translation Loss) listen
Budderside Budderside (Motorhead) listen listen
Burn After Me Aeon (Nuvi) listen
hryreCarnophage Monument (Unique Leader) listen
Charred Walls Of The Damned Creatures Watching Over The Dead (Metal Blade) listen
Cries Of The Captive Totalitarian (Imminence) listen
Crobot Welcome To Fat City (Wind-Up) listen listen listen
Cry Of Dawn Cry Of Dawn (Frontiers) listen
Darkwell Moloch (Massacre) listen
Monte-Pittman-Inverted-Grasp-of-BalanceDivision Vansinne Dimension Darkness (Black Lion) listen
Dysrhythmia The Veil Of Control (Profound Lore) listen
The End Age Of Apocalypse EP (FDA Rekotz) listen
Enslaved Vikingligr Veldi reissue (Norse) listen
Every Time I Die Low Teens (Epitaph) listen listen listen
Extreme Metal Meltdown: Pornograffitti Live 25 DVD/CD (Loud & Proud) listen
Fatalist The Bitter End (FDA Rekotz) listen
Okkultokrati Raspberry DawnGiraffe Tongue Orchestra Broken Lines (Party Smasher) listen
Glass Houses Wellspring (InVogue) listen listen
Hryre From Mortality To Infinity (Code 666)
In Flames Sounds From The Heart Of Gothenburg live DVD (Nuclear Blast) watch
Insomnium Winter’s Gate (Century Media) trailer
The Kreoles Psycho (Sliptrick) listen
ShokranMondo Generator Best Of (Heavy Psych Sounds) listen
Monte Pittman Inverted Grasp Of Balance (Metal Blade) listen
Nothgard The Sinner’s Sake (NoiseArt) listen
Okkultokrati Raspberry Dawn (Southern Lord) listen listen
Operation: Mindcrime Resurrection (Frontiers) listen listen listen
Predatory Light Predatory Light (Invictus) listen
Raveneye Nova (Frontiers) listen
Sisters Of SuffocationSeven Sins Due Diaboli et Apocalypse (Satanath) listen
Seventh Wonder Welcome To Atlanta Live 2014 DVD/CD (Frontiers) listen
Shokran Exodus listen
Sin Of Death Aenigmata (Satanath) listen
Sisters Of Suffocation Brutal Queen EP (Hammerheart) listen
Source Return To Nothing (Pavement) listen
Torrid Husk EndStick To Your Guns Better Ash Than Dust EP (Pure Noise) listen
Swine Overlord Entheogenesis (Gore House) listen listen
Torrid Husk / End Swallow Matewan split (Grimoire) listen
Usurpress The Regal Tribe (Agonia) listen
Valborg Werwolf EP (Temple Of Tortuous) listen listen
Veonity Into The Void (Sliptrick) listen
Witchskull The Vast Electric Dark (Ripple) listen
Wolf Counsel Ironclad (Czar Of Bullets) listen

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