If you’ve missed the last four installments of Get Prep’d, you’re really fucking up. But there’s this trick that you can use to get away with your ignorance. It’s easy too, just plead the fifth. In this edition, we get you ready for new releases from Sanzu (Godzilla-sized death groove), Baroness (The Sounds of Purple) and Invocation Spells (South-American blackened thrash).
It’s not often we get to talk to artists and illustrators here at Toilet Ov Hell, since we’re normally focused on endless, tireless research to bring you the best new and/or obscure music we can find. But every so often we’ll run across someone who kicks us in the eyeballs so hard we simply have to know more about what they do and how they do it so well. Enter Mike Lawrence of Atlanta, GA.
Welcome once again to This Toilet Tuesday! You know the drill: Karhu, W, and I have taken on the insurmountable task of sifting through the shit so you don’t have to. That said, sometimes we miss something. Prove how much more kvlt you are than us by pontificating about it in the comments. Continue Reading
In 2015 we had the privilege of wading through hundreds of noteworthy heavy metal records, from some of the sickest violent death metal to a double album of shiny djent, with no shortage of experimental and avant garde bands. Perhaps this great variety has led some to miss Black Fast‘s sophomore LP Terms of Surrender.
I’m just going to get this out of the way first: I’ve paid little attention to Danzig’s output since the outstanding Danzig 4 released over twenty years ago. (Where the hell does the time go?) Even so, the original lineup of Glenn Danzig, John Christ, Eerie Von, and Chuck Biscuits is still legendary in my mind, and I still spin those first four albums on the reg.