Shit That Comes Out Today: February 17, 2017

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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!


Hope (Pagan)
On a playlist with: Marduk’s Wormwood, Samael, Woods Of Ypres
Listen Hope full stream (here)

If you were promised a million dollars in return for creating an extreme metal album from scratch by tomorrow, it’d be a good strategy to make a blistering chaotic black metal album. That way, its speed and density could probably veil the fact that your songs are a bit thin. (And its sales potential could be slightly higher than similarly un-songy genres like grindcore and noise.) Meanwhile, an album like Hope by Mord’A’Stigmata must’ve been carefully considered, its mid-tempo black metal throbbing and upset, its every bar and dynamic distinct down the microscope’s viewer. Must jam!


Here Now, There Then (Prophecy)
On a playlist with: Gold, The Devil’s Blood, Blood Ceremony
Listen Here Now, There Then full stream (here)

In a sane world, The Devil’s Blood is alongside Ghost on big tours, in big media, atop sales charts, and at the forefront of modern occult rock, like the Stones to Ghost’s Beatles. In our nutty world, TDB frontman Selim Lemouchi died in 2014 right after The Devil’s Blood ended abruptly and weirdly. But before we commit to a lifetime of despair at the injustice of it all, let us step back and acknowledge Gold and now Dool as today’s occult rock powerhouses. There’s no justice, just infinity.


Frctl EP
On a playlist with: Dixie Dregs, Gentle Giant, Scale The Summit
Listen Frctl full stream (here)

It must be tempting for an instrumental band to reach for a mega-statement. Without a human voice and language, their expressions are elusive no matter how awesome are their actual sounds. So overstatement can seem like a countermeasure. But Oruko stay chirpy, spry, and cheery. Only occasionally does Frctl resemble the soundtrack for a celebratory sales presentation.


sunlights-baneSunlight’s Bane
The Blackest Volume: Like All The Earth Was Buried (Innerstrength)
On a playlist with: Seventh Void, The Drip, Vorum
Listen The Blackest Volume: Like All The Earth Was Buried full stream (here)

Sunlight’s Bane vocalist Nick Holland: “One of my favorite bands is Pig Destroyer, so I wanted to do something very sort of unhinged like that. No click tracks, no clean recordings, just something raw. And [Sunlight’s Bane’s other founding member] wanted to do more of a black metal project. We were the only people we knew who wanted to start a band.” That’s how you get blackened grind perfection: necessity and passion.


the-gitasThe Gitas
Beverly Kills
On a playlist with: Nirvana, Monster Magnet, What Escapes Me
Listen Beverly Kills full stream (here)

Sitars, dulcimers, zithers, and other unpronounceable instruments sound awesome in pop music (that band Monsoon), ’60s rock (The Beatles), indie rock (Macha), stoner rock (Monster Magnet), black metal (Cult Of Fire), and post-black metal (Botanist). It sounds pretty awesome with big balls alternative rock too! Crank it up!!


I&II collection (Sentient Ruin)
On a playlist with: Pig Destroyer, Realized, Hellchild
Listen I&II full stream (here)

Here’s a fun game to play with Friendship’s new collection of their self-released EPs, I and II. First, crank it up loud as fuck. Then, as its bonkers Japanese powergrind shocks and disturbs your household, exclaim to them that you love the album and ask that they guess the name of this band so new to your lives. They’ll reply, “Vomit Murder,” “Death AIDS Corpse,” and “Ass Fire” but you just smile serenely and say “Friendship.”



ddentAll Else Fails The Forever Lie EP (Suicidal Bride) listen
Ash And Coal Legacy (Vicisolum) listen
Battle Beast Bringer Of Pain (Nuclear Blast) listen
Black Sites Monochrome (Mascot) listen
A Breach Of Silence Secrets (Eclipse) listen
The Bunny The Bear The Way We Rust (Needful Things) listen
Candle Demo 2016 EP (Fighter) listen
grails-chalice-hymnalCnoc An Tursa The Forty Five (Apocalyptic Witchcraft) listen
Crystal Viper Queen Of The Witches (AFM) listen
Cultes Des Ghoules Coven (Hells Headbangers) listen
Ddent Ektiheb listen
Deadwound Identity Shapes EP (Black Bow) listen
Dealer Billionaire Boys Club (Wicked World) listen
Downcast Collision Rise Up listen
meltdownEdenbridge The Great Momentum (SPV) listen
Ember Falls Welcome To Ember Falls (Spinefarm) listen
Frowning Extinct (Black Lion) listen
Ghost Iris Blind World (Long Branch) listen
Ghost Key If I Don’t Make It (InVogue) listen
Gloson Grimen (Art Of Propaganda) listen
Godstopper Grizzlor split EP (Corpse Flower) listen
miseristGrails Chalice Hymnal (Temporary Residence) listen
Grim Ravine The Light Is From Below (Black Bow) listen
Hate Unbound Plague (Inverse) listen
Hereza I Become Death (Godz Ov War) listen
Horseneck Heavy Trip listen
Hymn Perish (Svart) listen
Insanity Cult Of Despair And Self-Destruction (Ogmios) listen
stinking-lisavetaInvasion Destroyer Of Mankind (Abyss) listen
Invisible Mirror On The Edge Of Tomorrow CD (Wormholedeath) listen
Ithilien Shaping The Soul (Wormholedeath) listen
A Killer’s Confession Unbroken (EMP) listen
Lorna Shore Flesh Coffin (Outerloop) listen
Meltdown Answers (Aural/Wormholedeath) listen
thera-royaMiserist Miserist EP (Krucyator) listen
Montfaucon Renaissance listen
Morta Skuld Wounds Deeper Than Time (Peaceville) listen
Naddred Sluagh (Invictus) listen
Noêta Beyond Life And Death (Prophecy) listen
Pandemonium Nihilist (Old Temple) listen
Pestifer Execration Diatribes (Lavadome) listen
vermilion-whiskeySlyde Back Again EP listen
Stinking Lizaveta Journey To The Underworld (Translation Loss) listen
Tervahaat Kalmonsale vinyl (2012) (Nordvis) listen
Thera Roya Stone And Skin listen
Vermilion Whiskey Spirit Of Tradition (10 South) listen
Virgin Steele Visions Of Eden reissue (SPV) listen
vomit-angelVomit Angel Sadomatic Evil EP (Iron Bonehead) listen
The Wild! Wild At Heart (eOne) listen
Xibalba Diablo, Con Amor.. Adios. 7″ (Closed Casket Activities) listen
Youth In Revolt The Broken (Outerloop) listen

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