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Supergroup Tech-Death: Continuum’s Wild and Virtuosic “Designed Obsolescence”

We get deeply analytical with "Designed Obsolescence," the sophomore release (out today) of tech-death masters Continuum featuring current/former members of Decrepit Birth, Arkaik, Rings of Saturn, Allegaeon, and more.

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Violet Cold Goes Completely “kOsmik” on Latest Full-Length

Solo post-everything project Violet Cold surprised-released a new album this Valentine's Day -- here's our look at how it measures up.

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The New Depths of Sludge and Doom: Primitive Man + Hell Split

We dissect and analyze the upcoming triage of tracks (out Friday) from two monsters of their respective subgenres.

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Unholy Death: Funereal Presence Comes Alive on “Achatius”

The sophomore full-length by one-man black metal outfit Funereal Presence releases tomorrow -- here's our dive into its morbid trappings.

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Dreams to Reality: Astronoid’s Latest Effort is Both Elevating and Grounding

The Massachusetts-based "dream thrash" outfit will unleash their sophomore full-length this Friday -- we dive in to see what's what.

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Everything at Once: Mono’s “Nowhere Now Here” Explores Ever Further

Our review of Mono's upcoming "Nowhere Here Now," the Japanese instrumental outfit's tenth full-length in a wide-spanning career, out this Friday.

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Sleepwalk to Death: Noctambulist’s “Atmospheres of Desolation”

We dissect the debut full-length from Denver death metal monsters Noctambulist, releasing early next week.

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The Ever-Prolific Jarboe Unveils “The Cut of the Warrior”

Buddhist philosophy inspires four new tracks and three remixes -- here's our read into the latest output from Jarboe.

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Venom Charges Forward to “Storm the Gates” of Their Past

We dive into the legendary band's latest output, a 13-track high-caliber monstrosity, but not without its shortcomings.

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Treasures in the Depths of The Ocean’s “Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic”

Our in-depth analysis of the famed German collective's latest album, releasing Friday.

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