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This edition includes lots of doom actually, like, lots of doom…and other stuff. To the metals…

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Beseech – My Darkness, Darkness 81+gsHsLE7L._SL1200_

Genre: Gothic metal
Origin: Borås, Sweden
Label: Despotz

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I fully expected this band to sound like another Nightwish-clone, and was pleasantly surprised. Instead, I'd put them on a playlist with Type O Negative, To/Die/For, Paradise Lost and your doomier goth bands. Pretty cool actually.

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Hacktivist – Outside The Box71DsEU+r68L._SL1200_

Genre: Djent/rap metal
Origin: Milton Keynes, England
Label: Rise

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It's weird, I fully expected to hate this. It's certainly not for me, but they're the modern equivalent to Linkin Park (who I loved in middle school so maybe that's the target demographic) and I see why people dig it. The music is a bit over shadowed by the vocals, but there are some sweet melodies and solid rhythms if you listen for them.

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Inverloch – Distance Collapsed 91bLMSZtqjL._SL1500_

Genre: Doom/death metal
Origin: Melbourne, Australia
Label: Relapse

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Fucking hell. This has already been a great year for doom. This week's addition to the ever-expanding pool of these slower releases is the fairly erratic Inverloch. Their vocals are way down in the mix and it better showcases the musicianship, which is phenomenal. Their doom/death metal blend is perfect as to not allow the listener to get bored of either.

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Oceans Of Slumber – Winter 635902438522076877

Genre: Progressive/doom
Origin: Houston, Texas
Label: Century Media

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This band will hopefully make waves. Their almost like if Agalloch was a female-fronted outfit. The result is powerful, haunting, gorgeous, and fucking great. I can't say that I've heard this combination before, and it kills.

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Sabaton – Heroes On Tour DVD/CD 91JcCmURW8L._SL1500_

Genre: Heavy metal
Origin: Falun, Sweden
Label: Nuclear Blast

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You can finally bring Sweden's war obsessed power metal titans into your home and watch them without fear of getting hit by their fire cannons. Get your armor on and your fist in the air as you pretend to mosh with the crowd from home. This is available in several formats (blueray, vinyl, cd, etc) and features two sets from Wacken Open Air and Sabaton Open Air. Epicness with options.

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Wolvserpent – Aporia:Kāla:Ananta EP 81ibPYksJVL._SL1500_

Genre: Drone/Doom Metal
Origin: Boise, Idaho
Label: Relapse

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Lets conclude this week in a weird dark place. This EP is one forty minute song that sees the duo of Wolvserpent dabbling with beautiful folk metal, dissonant drone, soul shattering doom, and even moments of everything at once. The track is a hell of a ride, and a frankly a daunting commitment, but totally worth it. It opened new doors to a band I wasn't familiar with before.

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Also dropping today…

Atrament – Eternal Downfall (Sentient Ruin) – Black metal/crust
Atrocious Abnormality – Formed In Disgust (Comatose) – Death metal
Baklavaa – Dane On (Grimoire) – Post metal
The Basement Paintings – Mystic (Red Tentacle) – Post-metal
Begrime Exemious – The Enslavement Conquest (Dark Descent) – Death metal
Bizarre – Inner Necropolis (Xtreem) – Death metal
Casket Robbery – Evolution Of Evil (Mortal) – Brutal death metal
Centipede – Sarnath (Inverse) – Stoner
Chestburster – Slime and Guilt (Svart) – Sludge
Church Of Misery – And Then There Were None (Rise Above) – Doom/stoner
Cult Of Erinyes – Transcendence EP (Caverna Abismal) – Black metal
Dead Procession – Rituais e Mantras do Medo (Labyrinth) – Ambient
Devoured Fate – Reality's Nightmare Illusions (HPGD) – Death metal
Dream Death – Dissemination (Rise Above) – Doom/thrash
Extermination Temple – Lifeless Forms EP (Apocalyptic Visions) – Black/death metal
Fabiano Andreacchio and The Atomic Factory – Living Dead Groove (Sliptrick) – Djent
Fubear – III EP (Inverse) – Stoner/grunge
Goatpsalm – Downstream (Aesthetic Death) – Death Industrial / Black Ambient
Megascavenger – As Dystopia Beckons (Selfmadegod) – Death metal
Mortiis – The Great Deceiver (Omnipresence) – Industrial
Neverworld – Dreamsnatcher (Dream Demon) – Power metal
New Keepers Of The Water Tower – Infernal Machine (Listenable) – Stoner/progressive
Orchid's Curse – Cynics & Liars (Red Tentacle) – Groove/metalcore
Pictures Of Pain – World Demise (Pitch Black) – Progressive/death metal
Primitive Man / Northless – Split (Halo Of Flies) – Sludge
Psycho – From The Asylum (CDN) – Power metal
The Qemists – Warrior Sound (Fixt) – Electronic rock
Reckless Love – inVader (Spinefarm) – Glam
Rene Benton – Xpressions Too (Short Storiez) – Shred
Reveries End – Edge Of Dark Waters (Sliptrick) – Progressive Gothic/Melodic Doom
Ripper – Experiment Of Existence (Unspeakable Axe/Dark Descent) – Death/Thrash Metal
Soon – Vol. 1 (Temple Of Tortuous) – Doom
Temple of Gnosis – De Secretis Naturae Alchymica (ATMF) – Doom/death metal
Tiles – Pretending To Run (Lasers Edge) – Progressive
Totem Skin – Weltschmerz (Halo Of Flies) – Hardcore/sludge
Virulency – The Anthropodermic Manuscript of Retribution (New Standard Elite) – Brutal death metal

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