Shit That Comes Out Today: September 30, 2016

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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 all for your jammage! Now crank this shit up.


Grim (Fast Break!)
On a playlist with: Shadows Fall, God Forbid, Soilwork
Listen Grim full stream (here)

Who doesn’t love a “rare sentence”? It’s made up of normal words, but their sequence and meaning are unusual. You seldom hear one, but it always strikes and surprises you for its mundanity belies singularity. You might keep a diary of these Haley’s Comet-type statements that seem to make sense but cannot — like “At least it’s AIDS,” “Why can’t I pee waffles?” or “Anso, your point is crystal clear.” Or in this case, “featuring members of Soilwork and Earth Crisis.” Never thought you’d hear that!


suicidal-tendenciesSuicidal Tendencies
World Gone Mad (Suicidal)
On a playlist with: Agent Orange, Aversion, D.R.I.
Listen “Clap Like Ozzy” (here)

It’s awesome that ST’s Mike Muir enlisted a superstar drummer for the band’s new album. The move points to an commitment to the future by a first-ballot Hall Of Fame act that’s been off-brand for two decades. But it might not signal an awesome present: On “Clap Like Ozzy” (above), former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and bassist Somebody McDuder don’t take home an prizes for chemistry. Those go to guitarist Dean Pleasants and Muir, who lend “Clap” a lot of glory-era ST vibe — not withstanding post-major ST’s other defining trait: super boring punk rock.


s-u-r-v-i-v-eS U R V I V E
RR 7349 (Relapse)
On a playlist with: Perturbator, The Birthday Massacre, Faith No More’s We Care A Lot
Listen RR 7349 full stream (here)

Experienced in certain settings, moody, retro-futuristic electronic music freaks you out. Ever blast Ladytron in your ears over a winter visit to the supermarket? It’s like gazing into your own bottomless grave. Or how about the harrowing blurbles of S U R V I V E, probably linked in your mind to paranoia via their work on that fancy TV show Stranger Things? Try playing that while rolling through dark, dirty city streets. Or try blending the sounds of GosT (below) with the hiss of a dawn shower after partying for hours and not be seized by a fit of shrieking. That’s a good thing.


mammoth-weed-wizard-bastardMammoth Weed Wizard Bastard
Y Proffwyd Dwyll (New Heavy Sounds)
On a playlist with: Dust Moth, True Widow, Slowdive
Listen Y Proffwyd Dwyll full stream (here)

It’s wise to match your band’s name to your band’s level of seriousness. Not all bands believe in wisdom, for Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard’s name conjures a gaggle of slouchy, smiley bros with smoked-shut eyes playing humorous stoner rock. But this is no joke. This is a contender for album of the year. Crank it up.


brutally-deceasedBrutally Deceased
Satanic Corpse (Doomentia)
On a playlist with: Tribulation, The Crown, Goatwhore
Listen three tracks from Satanic Corpse (here)

If the world were ever conquered by a fascist librarian, I wonder if shopping for music would change. Would sale items be arranged not by name or genre, but by subject, ie. the work’s traits and prevailing influences? Now sure, that would necessitate a searchable catalog if a desired title were to be quickly found. But for the purpose of browsing, this system provides superior efficiency. You’d just sashay over to the section for records that sound like, say, Black Sabbath (big section); or maybe you can’t get enough early Bathory and want more records like that (also big section). I’d dart right for the section for near and distant descendants of The Crown and grab the discography of Brutally Deceased.


abigorum-cryostasiumAbigorum and Cryostasium
Unholy Ghost Liturgy (Satanath)
On a playlist with: Pyramids, Blut Aus Nord, Aevangelist
Listen Unholy Ghost Liturgy full stream (here)

Tip: This is not a split release, in which half is composed by Russia’s Abigorum and the other by USA act Cryostasium — it’s a collaboration. And it’s not a side project in which members of the two acts explore new ideas that wouldn’t fit with their main projects — it’s the collision of their sympathetic vibes. Unholy Ghost Liturgy, like its title, isn’t always neat; in places it seems like existing tracks playing at the same time on different sides of a small, tin-lined room.



clouds taste satanic1000Mods Repeated Exposure To… (Ouga Booga) listen
Abigail The Final Damnation (Nuclear War Now!) listen
The Agonist Five (Napalm) listen
Alcest Kodama (Prophecy) listen listen
Altar Of Oblivion Barren Grounds EP (Shadow Kingdom) listen
Amerakin Overdose The Great Amerakin Dream listen
Asphyx Incoming Death (Century Media) listen
deathcultAuras Heliospectrum (eOne) listen listen
Brain Tentacles Brain Tentacles (Relapse) listen
Brant Bjork Tao Of The Devil (Napalm) listen
Burn Down Eden Ruins Of Oblivion (Sliptrick) listen
Clouds Taste Satanic Dawn Of The Satanic Age listen
Colombian Necktie All Roads Lead To Nowhere (Black Voodoo) listen listen
excuseConqueror War.Cult.Supremacy collection (Nuclear War Now!) listen
Cryfemal D6s6nti6rro (Osmose) listen
Darkh A Story Yet Untold listen listen
Darkhaus When Sparks Ignite (Oblivion/SPV) listen
Dead Untitle (We Empty Rooms) listen
Deathcult Beasts Of Faith (Invictus) listen
Decivilize Decivilize (2014) (Pavement) listen
harri-kauppinenEdensong Years In The Garden Of Years (Lasers Edge) listen
Epica The Holographic Principle (Nuclear Blast) listen listen
Eufori Humörsvängningar (Black Lion) listen
Excuse Goddess Injustice EP (Shadow Kingdom) listen
Famous Last Words The Incubus (Revival) listen
Fuzz Evil Fuzz Evil (Battleground) listen listen listen
GosT Non Paradisi (Blood) listen listen
katla-embryoHalshug Sort Sind (Southern Lord) listen
Harri Kauppinen Helvetin Laulut (Concorde) listen
Holy Serpent Temples (RidingEasy) listen
Invoking The Abstract Aural Kaleidoscopes (Unique Leader) listen
Katla Embryo (Svart) listen
Kryptos Burn Up The Night (AFM) listen listen
Kzohh Trilogy: Burn Out The Remains (Ashen Dominion) listen
lecternLångfinger Crossyears (Small Stone) listen
Lectern Precept Of Delator (Via Nocturna) listen
Lordi Monsterephonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy) (AFM) listen
Lost Empires Death: The Unveiling Of Eternity EP listen
Moase Vertigo (Signal Rex) listen
Nangilima Shards Of Loss EP (Xtreem) listen
Negura Bunget Zi (Prophecy) listen listen listen
noctemNoctem Haeresis (Prosthetic) listen
Nonexist The New Flesh EP listen
NordWitch Mark Profeti (Satanath) listen
Oathbreaker Rheia (Deathwish) listen
Okkultokrati Raspberry Dawn (Southern Lord) listen
Opeth Sorceress (Moderbolaget/Nuclear Blast) listen review
Phil Rudd Head Job (Wave 365) listen
themRe-Armed The Era Of Precarity (Saarni) listen
Scorpions Live In Munich 2012 DVD (Eagle Rock) watch
Seek Irony Tech N’ Roll reissue (UDR) listen
Seremonia Pahuuden Aanet (Svart) listen
Seven Kingdoms In The Walls EP (Self) listen
SikTh Death Of A Dead Day deluxe (Peaceville) listen
Skalmold Vögguvísur Yggdrasils (Napalm) listen
unyielding-loveSkiltron Legacy Of Blood (Trollzorn) listen listen
Temple Of The Dog Temple Of The Dog deluxe (Universal) listen
Them Sweet Hollow (Empire) listen
Triple Cripple Nursing Home For Retired Hookers (HPGD) listen
Truckfighters V (Fuzzorama/Century Media) listen
Unyielding Love The Sweat Of Augury (Sentient Ruin) listen
Veilburner The Obscene Rite listen
wyruzVorgrum Last Domain (Via Nocturna) listen
Winterfylleth The Dark Hereafter (Candlelight/Spinefarm) listen
The World To Come The Cartesian (Famined) listen
Wyruz Judge And Jury (Battlegod) listen
Yeti On Horseback The Great Dying (Medusa Crush) listen

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