This Toilet Tuesday (12/12/17)

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It’s once again Toilet Tuesday, and you know the drill: new releases, tiny reviews. It’s a bit of a slow week, but Karhu and I have a couple of the more notable albums picked out for you. Hit that list and let us know anything we might have passed over.


Beastiality – Worshippers of Unearthly Perversions (Invictus Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen

While it may not be apparent from the get-go, Beastiality is one furious blackthrashing band. With plenty of classic speed metal influence to boot, these Swedes don’t fuck around. The guitar tone may be somewhat lighter than you’d expect, but leaving room for the well-rounded bass it only ends up highlighting the aggression and the riffwork, playing right into their hands. Worshippers of Unearthly Perversions is not the most memorable record of it’s kind, but it offers plenty of fun for Christmas and New Year’s parties soon to befall upon you. Which was most likely not the band’s intention, but you don’t get what you want. 12/15/17 (Karhu)


Vexovoid – Call of the Starforger (Earthquake Terror Noise) [The Other Vektor]
Listen to “Dead Planets Throne”

I don’t know if I can describe this any better than the genre tag; seriously, “Dead Planets Throne” sounds like it could have been lifted straight from Outer Isolation. There’s certainly a discussion to be had about imitation versus theft when it comes to things like this, but as Vexovoid aren’t directly ripping off any melodies, I’m just going to go ahead and call these the best David DiSanto riffs that David DiSanto didn’t write. Dumpster Lung noted that anyone put off by Vektor’s vocals might want to give this a shot, as this is much more “normal” for thrash. In any case, if sci-fi thrash is your thing, you’ll want to give this a go. 12/15/17 (Spear)


Außerwelt – Transitions (Independent) [Post-Black Metal]
Preview

Autopsy – Puncturing the Grotesque (Peaceville Records) [Death Metal]
Listen to “Puncturing the Grotesque”

Butterfly Temple/Путь Солнца/Омела/Антиллия/Reликт – Эффект бабочки – Своя земля (split- Soundage Productions) [Doom/Thrash/Death/Whatever]

Crestfallen Queen – No More Let Life Divide What Death Can Join Together (Independent) [Doom]
Stream

DeadClaw – Cold Defiance (Sun Stone Records) [Speed Metal]
Preview

Deathcult – Cult of the Goat (Soulseller Records) [Black Metal]
Listen

Deathmarch – Dismember (Black Lion Records) [Death Metal]
Listen to “Gastorture”

De la Muerte – Venganza (Revalve Records) [Heavy Metal]
Listen to “De la Muerte”

Devilgroth – Ivan Grozny (Narcoleptica Productions) [Black Metal]
Stream

Devouring – Psalms Of Death (Base Record Production) [Death Metal]
Listen to “The Dethroned Messiah”

Dissociative Healing – Promo 2017 (Lord of the Sick Recordings) [Brutal Death Metal]
Stream

Espermorragia – Hatching of Macabre Curse (BDSM Records) [Brutal Death Metal]
Listen

Evilfeast – Elegies of the Stellar Wind (Eisenwald) [Atmospheric Black Metal]
Listen

Evil Impulse – The Unbroken Ritual (Independent) [Groove Metal]
Stream

Garhelenth – About Pessimistic Elements & Rebirth of Tragedy (Satanath Records) [Black Metal]
Listen to “To Impersonal Mankind,” “Destruction of the Will”

Godless – Omega Omnipotens (Crypts of Eternity Productions) [Death Metal]
Preview

Halphas – Dawn of a Crimson Empire (Folter Records) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Through The Forest”

Hamka – Multiversal (Fighter Records) [Power Metal]
Listen to “Inner Conviction”

Hegemon – Initium Belli (Independent) [Black Metal]
Listen to “A.A.”

Infernotion – Habits (Independent) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Center of the World”

Iperyt – The Patchwork Gehinnom (Pagan Records) [Industrial Black/Death]
Listen to “Mindtaker”

Iron Walrus – A Beast Within (Redfield Records) [Sludge/Doom]
Listen to “Crawling”

Iselder – Dechrau (Independent) [Black Metal]
Listen

Kinguts – Schizophrenic Universe (Swallow Vomit Productions) [Brutal Death Metal]
Listen to “Genitals Collector”

Lacrymae Rerum – The Flies (GS Productions) [Death/Doom]
Listen to “Laceration: The Razorwire”

Legba – Necromance (Independent) [Sludge/Doom]
Listen to “Necromance”

Marginal – Total Destruction (Transcending Obscurity) [Grind]
Listen

Midnight – Sweet Death and Ecstasy (Hells Headbangers) [Black/Speed Metal]
Listen to “Crushed By Demons,” “Penetratal Ecstasy”

Minors – Atrophy (Holy Roar Records) [Hardcore]

Morbosidad – Corona de epidemia (Nuclear War Now!) [(Nuclear) War Metal]
Listen to “Corona de Epidemia”

Nocturne – The Burning Silence (Talheim Records) [Black Metal]
Preview

Obscure Burial – Obscure Burial (Invictus Productions) [Blackened Death Metal]
Listen
Review

Oracle – Into the Unknown (Independent) [Melodeath]
Stream

Organectomy – Domain of the Wretched (Independent) [Brutal Death Metal]
Listen to “Beckoning the Horrors of the Depths”

Sartegos/Balmog – Sartegos/Balmog (split- Caverna Abismal Records) [Black Metal]

Taiga – Cosmos (Symbol of Domination/Final Gate) [DSBM]
Listen to “Космос”

Velde – Fading Inward (Independent) [Instrumental Prog/Post-Metal]
Stream

Witchseeker – When the Clock Strikes (Independent) [Speed Metal]
Listen to “Speed Away,” “When the Clock Strikes”

Did we forget a new release? Is there a way we could improve this list? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Dubby Fresh

    Karhu, would you say you’re into Beastiality?

    • Retchin’ Rites ov Karhu

      Oh definitely
      No
      Wait
      Damn

  • GrumpLumpusCrumpus
    • GrumpLumpusCrumpus

      ALSO HOLY SHIT HOW HAVE I NOT HEARD VEXOVOID BEFORE *assimilates self*
      GLC

  • Howard Dean

    Goddamn, surprisingly solid week with new Autopsy, Midnight, and Morbosidad ready to kick your ass and push your shit in.

    http://i31.tinypic.com/a2d4ps.gif

  • Joaquin Stick

    DeadClaw and Deathcult need to join forces and make Deathclaw Dead Cult, a band dedicated to the Fallout players who turned the wrong direction and faced a Deathclaw at level 5.

  • Illuminati confirmed. *MLG airhorn to Xfiles* …..Clintons did 9/11

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b5f264751da3e48148dbb4f26a20bdb45690bef35b7def86544b460542e794db.jpg

  • sweetooth0
    • Brutalist_Receptacle

      ^^FAKE RUSSIAN GOREGRIND^^

  • Vexovoid – For when you want to listen to Vektor without the dying cat singing after inhaling 13 helium balloons

    • GrumpLumpusCrumpus

      AND WHEN YOUR ATTENTION SPAN IS LIMITED TO 45 MIN OR LESS

    • Isn’t that the name of a Portal album?

  • GangrenousLumbosacralCarbuncle

    Deathmarch is doing it for me big time

  • Iron Tarkus

    Vexovoid is pretty solid so far. The vocals really do kill Vektor for me so these guys are much more palatable.

    • Dumpster Lung

      Nice, I thought some people might think so. It’s even the same general register, just not screechy. I wasn’t sure how I felt about Vektor’s vocals at first myself, then I learned to love the screech, but I knew plenty of people would probably not feel that way.

      Fun fact: I fully intended to write a blurb for that album, then I fell asleep and it didn’t happen. It’s a habit I’ve developed.

      • Iron Tarkus

        I’ve tried and tried to enjoy Vektor because their music is genuinely good, but I just can’t get into the vocals. I’m the same way with Horrendous.

        • Dumpster Lung

          Oh man, that’s a real shame. Well now you’ve got Vexovoid to help with half of that predicament, but it’s a real shame to miss out on Horrendous. The vocals are definitely unique, but that’s one of the things I like about ’em, besides the killer tunes themselves.

  • “…these Swedes don’t fuck around.” -Spear

    Hardly any Swedes fuck around, Chief. 70% of the world’s good music comes from Stockholm.

    • Spear

      Not Spear. Karhu.

  • FrontRangeDrifter

    Shit. And I thought I was done with new releases.. thought that this glorious year of death metal ended with the new Morbid Angel. BUT WAIT! There’s more! New Autopsy is a rotten fart after the massive feast of death metal this year. Can’t wait until Friday.

  • SomeGuyDude

    Hell yes Iron Walrus, too. The Plague was one of my faves that year.