This Toilet Tuesday (6/21/16)

Welcome to This Toilet Tuesday! The metal gods have smiled upon us this week and have seen fit to grant us a bevy of strong new tunes. W. and Lacertilian have picked out a couple of their favorites for your listening pleasure, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Peruse that engorged list below and tell us what else we need to hear.


Earth Ship – Hollowed (Napalm Records) [Sludge]

Some of you may have noticed that I was a little less than impressed with Bedowyn‘s album a couple of months back. Their take on the sound heavily popularised by Mastodon and Baroness felt bland and lacklustre. Fortunately, it looks like we won’t have to wait long to have that void filled as German sludge stompers Earth Ship are about to drop their follow-up to 2014’s Withered. The Berlin quartet first caught my attention with the video for their track “Serpent Cult“, not just for the fact that they were all wearing crazy wolf masks, but also because these guys + gal know how to hit a filthy groove. Announcement of their upcoming record Hollowed took me by surprise, most likely because I’ve been searching for updates on Earthship and not Earth Ship. I still haven’t confirmed if they’ve added a space to their name, but one thing I can confirm is that come June 24th, I’ll be adding a space for them in the void between my ears. 6/24/16 (Lacertilian)


Cloak – Cloak (Boris Records) [Black Metal]
Listen to “In The Darkness, The Path”

Cloak are a new name to me, but on “In the Darkness, the Path,” the lead track from the band’s eponymous debut EP, the band rolls out a familiar sound, albeit one with some modern polish. On its surface, the track presents an excellent blend of hard-rocking riffs with a shiny coat of black paint. Dig a little deeper, though, and you’ll find some excellent interplay between the many elements at work that make the fist-pumping sound all the more engaging. The part that really sealed the deal for me, though, was the sequence at 5:05 when the drums take an understated cadence and really allow the sinister, drawn-out notes to coalesce with evil intent. Give me more! FFO: Tribulation, Wolvhammer, Fields of the Nephilim 6/20/16 (W.)


Sheidim – Shrines of the Void (Independent) [Black Metal]

Looking for blackened riffs? Look no further than Sheidim’s debut full-length Shrines of the Void. This Spanish quartet know just how to weave black and death metal together to make an imposing, malicious blend with compelling hints of melody and nuance. Just listen to “First Poison.” After that brazen intro riff, the band slides into a shadowy twin-guitar attack accompanied by relentless blasts and rasping blasphemies. Most intriguing, though, is the strangely beautiful solo that pops up around five minutes. I’m hooked. FFO: Suspiral, Morbid Flesh, Gevurah 6/24/16 (W.)

Acid Age – Like a Runaway Combine Harvester in a Field of Crippled Rabbits (Witches Brew) [Thrash]

Adrastea – The Ruins of Reminiscence (Black-Listed Records) [Symphonic Power Metal]

Aegeon – Devouring the Sun (Elegy Records) [Black Metal]

Aeternus Prophet – Exclusion of Non-Dominated Material (Metal Scrap Records) [Blackened Death Metal]

Alldrig – Introspective Existentialism (Independent) [Post Black Metal]

Apothesary – Sensory Overload (M-Theory Audio) [Melodeath]
Listen to “Sensory Overload”

Ascendance – Miserliness (Independent) [Progressive Death Metal]

Au Champ Des Morts – Le Jour Se Lève (Debemur Morti Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Le Jour Se Lève”

Be’lakor – Vessels (Napalm Records) [Melodeath]
Listen to “An Ember’s Arc”

Black Fucking Cancer – Black Fucking Cancer (Graceless/Osmose Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Exit Wounds”
Review/”A Sigil of Burning Flesh”

The Browning – Isolation (Spinefarm Records) [Wubcore]
Listen to “Pure Evil”

C.B. Murdoc – Here Be Dragons (ViciSolum Records) [Fart Bass]
Listen to “Everything is Going to Be OK”

Countless Skies – New Dawn (Kolony Records) [Melodeath]

Dawn of Disease – Worship the Grave (Napalm Records) [Death Metal]
Listen to “Through Nameless Ages”

Deadlife – Porphyria (Wolfspell Records) [DSBM]
Listen to “When All Becomes Quiet”

Denner/Shermann – Masters of Evil (Metal Blade Records) [Heavy Metal]
Listen to “Angel’s Blood”

Disqualia – Blazing World (Flying Cat Records) [Power Metal]

DoomLord – La rebelión de Lucifer (Independent) [Heavy Metal]
Listen to “Agonia”

Doomstress – Supernatural Kvlt Signs (Independent) [Doom]
Listen to “Way of the Mountain”

Dormant Ordeal – We Had It Coming (Independent) [Death Metal]

Ecclesiast – Ecclesiast (Sancrosanct Records) [Metalcore]
Listen to “High Horse”

Elm Street – Knock ‘Em Out… with a Metal Fist (Massacre Records) [Heavy Metal/Thrash]

Exaltatio Diaboli – Credo (Independent) [Black Metal]
Listen to “In Excelsis”

Faithsedge – Restoration (Scarlet Records) [Power Metal]
Listen to “Never A Day”

Fecundation – Congenital Deformity (Pathologically Explicit Recordings) [Brutal Death Metal]

Forteresse – Thèmes pour la rébellion (Sepulchral Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Là où Nous Allons”

Front – Iron Overkill (Iron Bonehead Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Kypck”

Gatecreeper/Homewrecker/Outer Heaven/Scorched – Gatecreeper/Homewrecker/Outer Heaven/Scorched (split- Melotov Records) [Death Metal]

Heimleiden – Mysterium Melancholie (Winterwolf Records) [DSBM]

Highlord – Hic Sunt Leones (Massacre REcords) [Power Metal]
Listen to “One World At A Time”

Hush – Fury (Independent) [Heavy Metal]

In Extremo – Quid pro Quo (Vertigo Berlin) [Folk Metal]

Infernal Diatribe – Videha Mukti (Transcending Obscurity) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Doomed,” “Morbid Evocation”

Infinite Spectrum – Haunter of the Dark (Sensory Records) [Prog Metal]

Internal Suffering – Cyclonic Void of Power (Unique Leader Records) [Brutal Death Metal]
Listen to “Cyclonic Void of Power”

Just Before Dawn – The Ghosts of the Eastern Front (Till You Fukkin Bleed) [Death Metal]

Kayo Dot – Plastic House on Base of Sky (The Flenser) [Post Rock]

Kvlthammer – Oath (Independent) [Black’n’Roll]
Listen to “Don’t Try,” “Oath”

Lords of the Drunken Pirate Crew – Loaded to the Gunwales (Independent) [Pirate Metal]

Majesty of Revival – Dualism (Massive Sound Recordings) [Prog Metal]

Monsterworks – Black Swan Annihilation (Eat Lead and Die) [Progressive Thrash/Post-Metal]
Listen to “Black Swan Annihilation”

Myrkvar – Plunder en Brand (Independent) [Folk Metal]

Neige et Noirceur – Les Ténèbres modernes (Sepulchral Productions) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Battlespirit”

Orpheum – Darkness and Decay (Independent) [Gothic Metal]
Listen to “Darkness and Decay”

Osiah – Terror Firma (Siege Music) [Deathcore]
Listen to “Humanimals”

Shed The Skin – Harrowing Faith (Hells Headbangers) [Melodeath]
Listen to “Harrowing Faith,” “Putrid and Pious”

Sivyj Yar – The Unmourned Past (Avantgarde Music) [Post Black Metal]

Stworz – Na trzy strony Słońca (Werewolf Promotion) [Folk Metal]

Throttlerod – Turncoat (Small Stone Recordings) [Stoner Rock]
Listen to “Bait Shop”

To Cast a Shadow – Winter’s Embrace (Kolony Records) [Gothic/Doom]
Listen to “Into Oblivion”

Treibstoff – Brennendes Gold (7hard Records) [Real Tuff Guys]
Listen to “Flüchtling”

Vacuus – Eternal Continuum Hallucination (Independent) [Progressive/Tech Death]
Listen to “God Complex”

Violent Scum – Festering in Endless Decay (Blood Harvest Records) [Death Metal]
Listen to “Burial in the Sky”

Waxen – Weihung auf Satan (Moribund Records) [Black Metal]
Listen to “Weihung auf Satan”

Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade (Metal Blade Records) [Deathcore]
Listen to “Mark of the Blade,” “The Void”

Widow – Carved in Stone (Independent) [Heavy/Power Metal]
Listen to “Burning Star,” “Wisdom”

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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Published on: June 21, 2016

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  • Janitor Jim Duggan

    Yay, Denner/Sherman!

  • CyberneticOrganism

    “Fart bass” is all too accurate *farts*

  • Joaquin Stick

    Full album stream of Kayo.

    Also Be’lakor has one out too but that site is blocked for me.

    • RepostedAvengedSevenfoldFan2

      hey pplz….. this album is pretty good. And the people who think that this album was crap so they are just gona give the band away r idiots.

      And because im a guitarist i understand and appreciate music more then other ppl hoo dont.

      -daniel smith, (October 5, 2006)

      • Joaquin Stick

        I can’t help but wonder what album from 2006 you are talking about. Dowsing Anemone with Copper Tongue? Because that is a great album.

        • CyberneticOrganism

          Something A7X. It’s always something A7X.

          • RepostedAvengedSevenfoldFan2

            City Of Evil has by far the most interesting guitar work of any album I have ever heard- including Zeppelins discography, Rush’s discography, Jimi Hendrix Dream Theater Megadeth, fuck Metallica…Haha just go to Rush’s forums and jerk off on the screen

            -Enough Bitching, 4 Years Ago

          • CyberneticOrganism
    • Owlswald

      I’ve tried to get into Kayo Dot and their past albums were a little too “out there” for me. That said, this latest one stuck with me more. There is something about that weird 80’s futuristic vibe..

      • Joaquin Stick

        It’s decent. I like their earlier stuff much better, and this one is really similar to Coffins (even though every media outlet loves to talk about how much they change between albums). I like it, but it doesn’t exactly blow me away either.

  • Shed The Skin FTW!

  • Couldn’t be helped.

  • RJA

    Very excited for Forteresse – I think it’s going to deliver and be top 10 material at the end of the year.

  • BobLoblaw

    Solo album from the bassist of Ne Obliviscaris.

  • Will be curious to hear all of that Violent Scum release. Blood Harvest does not disappoint.

  • Elegant Gazing Globe

    Does anyone know what breakcore is?

    • Hubert

      I don’t listen to it, but from what I understand it’s fast, frantic electronic dance music with heavy usage of the amen break and lots of stuttering.

      • Elegant Gazing Globe


    • RepostedAvengedSevenfoldFan2

      I’m personally a fan of Aboriginal Didgeridu-core….

      – SFxTAGG3, 2 weeks ago

    • Hans Müller

      Venetian Snares and Aphex Twin are two of the big names in the genre in case you want to look into that.
      I myself really like Terminal 11.

      • Elegant Gazing Globe

        Nope on this. Was just curious. extreme breakcore was listed as genre on an insert from a record store I got some mail from the other day. I can now say I know what it is

      • Pentagram Sam

        Was this also called IDM (Intelligent Dance Music)? Had a friend really into Venetian Snares and had GB’s of electro groups like that on his cpu. He always called em IDM, but this was back in 2002-2004.

        Breakcore makes me think of breakdowns, a whole hell of a lotta em.

        Not trying to genre war! hahahha

        • Hans Müller

          Huh, I thought the “I” was for Independent. I think neither one is very clearly defined, but breakcore is probably a branch of IDM.
          Just call everything IDM to be on the safe side… but maybe not The Browning, people might get mad.

          • Dubbbz

            lol at the browning.

          • Pentagram Sam

            Cool man, my limited knowledge of this stuff came from my friend. We both thought IDM was a weird term cos it’s not really “dancy” but that’s what it was labelled as on the net and it was a way to distinguish itself from “regular” techno stuff we’d jam.

            I guess it’s better than saying “the polyrhythmic shit that stutters alot”

          • Dubbbz

            You could try dancing like one of those nurses from Silent Hill.

  • Dave Vincent’s Perm

    That black fucking cancer is brilliant. I seem to remember the demo being a lot crustier, but still.

  • Daaaaymn! That new Kvlthammer sounds sick.

  • Hans Müller

    Aah, finally some fresh wubcore OH GOD TURN IT OFF IT’S NOT EVEN FUNNY ANYMORE.

    Just like to say that “Stoner Rock” doesn’t quite do Throttlerod justice (but still kinda close enough). Their last one was some powerful rather noisy stuff:
    Looking forward to this new one.

    Posted this on the FB already, but it’s currently kicking my nads for the third time today, so why not. Death Meddawl!

  • Maik Beninton™

    I like that Whitechapel.

    • I actually like Whitechapel but those two songs are really, really boring.

      • The album as a whole is better than those two songs. Hoping that’s the case with the new BCI album too.

  • Oh man I forgot about new Widow

  • Ernest Goes To The Toilet

    And this one just came out. Awesome band (one of the first thrash bands), good song, but a video that would make 365 Days cringe. It;s Rock N Roll Nightmare 2 all over again.

    • more beer

      Solid thrash.

  • Digging that cloak

  • Hans Müller

    New split featuring Scorched. Noice.

  • Owlswald

    Hell yeah – Black Fucking Cancer, Sheidim, and now Cloak. This week is going to be black! Also, I found Vukari yesterday: and I am hooked.

  • Waynecro

    “Fart bass.” Awesome. The singer in Treibstoff wants to be Phil Anselmo, like, way too much.