Mostly Yelling #12: Alchemy of Flesh Transmutes the “Ageless Abominations” of Death Metal
Read an interview with Tim Rowland of Georgia-based, internationally-inspired death metal act Alchemy of Flesh, who tackle video game and fantasy subjects on their upcoming debut album.
Mostly Yelling #11: World Eaters Begin a “Grinding Advance” Into Hallowed Death Metal
We interviewed David Gupta of Ontario death metal act World Eaters to discuss the band's debut EP "Grinding Advance" and its influences - some obvious, some not so much.
Thorn Summons the Void Through “Crawling Worship” (Early Album Stream)
This especially piercing form of cavernous death-doom evokes visions of stark nothingness and unsightly terrors from beyond—stream the band's debut album now in full.
Mostly Yelling #10: “The Carrion Feast,” Impure’s Grotesque Black/Death Banquet
Read an interview with the intensely punishing black/death metal outfit Impure, who just released a new 7" full of wicked bile.
Mostly Yelling #9: Victory Over the Sun’s Black Metal Goes Microtonal on “Nowherer” EP
The latest EP from the Portland avant-garde black metal outfit is written and performed on stringed instruments that use a 17-note scale—for this edition of Mostly Yelling, we interviewed Victory Over the Sun mastermind Vivian Tylinska.
Mostly Yelling #8: Grave Titan’s Death Metal Momentum Reigns “In Perpetuum”
This week, we look at an Idaho death metal/hardcore group with a razor-focused EP due out in June to follow up their viciously brief 2019 demo.
Mostly Yelling #7: Thorn’s Debut EP Compresses Death-Doom Into Devastating Brevity
While not normally a genre that trims its song lengths, Arizona death/doom outfit Thorn shows off the bite-size potential of the genre on their debut EP "The Encompassing Nothing."
Mostly Yelling #6: Knoll Elevates Metal’s Technical, Thoughtful Insanity
Memphis blackened deathgrinders Knoll unveiled their full-length debut earlier this year, providing 35 minutes of dense and challenging extreme metal. Read an interview with the band discussing their influences and how the record came to be.
Mostly Yelling #5: Perilaxe Occlusion Digitally Renders Death Metal
This edition of Mostly Yelling discusses a death metal band that discusses something truly brutal: three-dimensional modelling and rendering techniques.
Mostly Yelling #4: Vacuous Plummets Into the Depths of Death Metal
Delve into this London death metal band that was formed within the confines of lockdown, but still managed to record a demo and an EP nonetheless.