Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018

  • Phil Boozeman

The first week on my new job has been killer in case anyone was wondering. I know that nobody was, but still. We’ve got a rather diverse week on our hands from a good metalcore band, to an early 2000s throwback, all the way to a new fucking Deicide album. But if none of those catch your taste, there is plenty of shit dropping today, including some Blind Guardian vinyls if you don’t like change and listening to new music is scary. Otherwise, I’ve got another killer Kansas City metal release coming up for you guys soon so stay tuned and let this stuff keep you busy in the meantime.

Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018Deicide
Overtures Of Blasphemy (Century Media)
On a playlist with Morbid Angel, Obituary and Vital Remains
Listen: “Seal The Tomb Below”

I’m pretty sure that practically everyone knows what to expect from Deicide at this point. Excessive Satanic themes? Check. Aggressive riffing? Check. Angry and irrational Glen Benton? Double check. It’s business as usual for Deicide as they once again return to fill our earholes with darkness and wipe their collective asses with any and all things religious. So check it out, sacrifice a goat and burn churches. You know the drill.

Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018Abhorrence
Megalohydrothalassophobic (EP) (Svart)
On a playlist with Amon Amarth, Demilich and Ajattara
Listen: “Hyperobject Beneath the Waves”

At first guess, the word megalohydrothalassophobic has something to do with begin afraid of giant sea monsters. Upon a Google search — holy shit I was pretty much right. It’s the fear of giant objects in the water. Damn I’m cool. I guess the song title is just a fancy way of saying that. However, Abhorrence are a Finnish death metal band that formed in 1990 and barely lasted a year, putting out only a demo and a 13-minute EP. Does the name sound familiar? That’s because this was one of Amorphis frontman Tomi Koivusaari’s first bands. Megalohydrothalassophobic sounds like a more melancholy Amon Amarth and could plausibly be mistaken for the early work of Johan Hegg and crew at a glance. However, it’s definitely it’s own thing and so far this is a killer EP and I cant wait to hear the rest of it.

Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018Fit For A King
Dark Skies (Solid Sate)
On a playlist with Miss May I, Silent Planet and Being As An Ocean
Listen: “The Price of Agony”

I legitimately never thought I would write these words, but this Christian metalcore band is pretty good. I know, I know. Just bear with me here. Fit For A King have an answer to pretty much every reason I hate metalcore. I hate metalcore because of the generic breakdowns and riffs. FFAK Have actual riffs and breakdowns that use more than two notes. I hate it because of the generic high clean singing. Ryan Kirby sings like a regular dude rather than a guy who just shut a car door on his balls. I hate it because of monotone screaming. Ryan Kirby has some inflection. I could go on but I only have a paragraph. No one likes metalcore and Jesus isn’t real, but god damnit if more metalcore bands did this stuff then maybe the subgenre wouldn’t suck so much.

Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018Good Charlotte
Generation Rx (MDDN/BMG)
On a playlist with: Blink-182, Green Day and Simple Plan
Listen: “Shadowboxing”

I’m not exactly sure who was clamoring for a new Good Charlotte album I didn’t even know that they were still a band, but I’ve been feeling nostalgic as of late so I’ll allow it. I’d be lying if I said I listened to much of them other than 2002’s essential “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous”, but by god the new music is fucking catchy. No, it’s not metal but I really shouldn’t have to tell anyone that. Take off the serious listening ears ad just enjoy the throwback.

Shit That Comes Out Today: September 14, 2018Cultural Warfare
Warmageddon (M-Theory Audio)
On a playlist with Blessed Curse, Extinction A.D. and Screw 32
Listen: “Warmageddon”

I’ll get this out of the way. Cultural Warfare are a good band and I do like the music. But I’m putting a fucking moratorium on thrash bands calling their shit “Warmageddon” because it’s a stupid word and it’s been used 4 billion times over. There’s this onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis onethis one and this one. And that’s just what I found in the first 30 seconds of searching. So, Cultural Warfare, you guys are good. But please, no more cheesy war stuff.

156/Silence Undercover Scumbag (Innerstrength Records) listen
Architects Doomsday (7″) (UNFD) listen
Bosse-de-Nage Further Still (The Flenser) listen
Brant Bjork Mankind Woman (Heavy Psych Sounds) listen
Conan Existential Void Guardian (Napalm Records) listen
Crippled Black Phoenix Great Escape listen
Dream Child Until Death Do We Meet Again (Frontiers) listen
Ethernity The Human Race Extinction (AFM) listen
Future Usses The Existential Haunting (Pelagic Records) listen
Grave Digger The Living Dead (Napalm) listen
Infernal Coil Within A World Forgotten (Profound Lore Records) listen
Monster Truck True Rockers (Mascot) listen
Northlane Vultures (7″) (UNFD) listen
Putridity Mental Prolapse Induced Necrophilism (Willowtip) listen
Pyrexia Unholy Requiem (Unique Leader) listen
Shim Shim (BFD) listen
Soen Lykaia Revisited (Silver Lining Music) listen
The Unity Rise (SPV/Steamhammer) listen
Thrice Palms (Epitaph) listen
Tribulation Nightbound (7″) (Century Media) listen
Twisted Sister Live At The Marquee 1983 – You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll (Rhino) listen
Vöödöö Ashes (Indie Recordings) listen
Witch King Voice Of The Ossuary (Blood Harvest/Helter Skelter Productions) listen

Blind Guardian Battalions Of Fear (Reissue) (Nuclear Blast) listen
Blind Guardian Follow The Blind (Reissue) (Nuclear Blast) listen
Blind Guardian Somewhere Far Beyond (Reissue) (Nuclear Blast) listen
Blind Guardian Tales From The Twilight World (Reissue) (Nuclear Blast) listen
Dream Theater When Dream And Day Unite (Vinyl) (Music On Vinyl) listen

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