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THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From ALICE IN CHAINS, ANCESTORS, and More Out Todat – 8/24

This edition features review haikus for reasons I can't remember. To the metals…

This edition features review haikus for reasons I can't remember. To the metals...

This edition features review haikus for reasons I can't remember. To the metals…

Alice In Chains – Rainier Fog 
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Genre: Grunge/Hard rock
Origin: Seattle, Washington
Label: BMG

Another great disc.
Their rebirth solidified
As good as the first.

 

Ancestors – Suspended in Reflections

Genre: Progressive doom/sludge
Origin: Los Angeles, California
Label: Pelagic

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Slow and beautiful.
Album of the year worthy.
The long wait, worth it.

 

Leeched – You Took The Sun When You Left

Genre: Blackened crust
Origin: Manchester, England
Label: Prosthetic

Rough, British hardcore.
Heavy, grim, and chaotic
This one's quite diverse.

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Mantar – The Modern Art Of Setting Ablaze 

Genre: Sludge
Origin: Hamburg, Germany
Label: Nuclear Blast

Sludge, yes, but much more.
As punk as it is evil.
Two guys bring fire.

 

Netherlands  –Black Gaia 
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Genre: Sludge/experimental
Origin: Brooklyn, New York
Label: Records And Tapes Records

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One synth not enough
For this fuzzy and weird group
This great band has two

 

Nonpoint – X 
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Genre: Nu/Alternative metal
Origin: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Label: Spinefarm

This is their twelfth disc
Yet they claim it's their tenth
Nonpoint cannot count

 

Also dropping today…

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Actor Observer – Pareidolia (No Sleep) – Post-hardcore
The Amity Affliction – Misery (Roadrunner) – Metalcore
Beerwolf – Planetfall (Ripple) – Stoner/desert rock
Billy Morris and The Sunset Strip – Holdin' All The Aces (HighVol) – Rock
Bummer – Holy Terror (Learning Curve Records) – Sludge
Capital Enemy – Knowledge Of The Wicked (10-54 Records) – Hardcore
Chuggernaut – Kodiak (Self-Released) – Groove metal
Crack The Sky – Crackology (Loud & Proud) – Progressive
Crack The Sky – Living In Reverse (Loud & Proud) – Progressive
Devils Teeth – Suki Yaki Hot! (Triple Eye Industries) – Rock
Etherius – Thread of Life (Self) – Prog/Power
Fear Of Domination – Metanoia (Rough Trade/Out Of Line) – Industrial/melodic death metal
Gnaw Their Tongues/Crowhurst – Burning To Infinitum (Crown And Throne Ltd) – Experimental/noise
Jesus Piece – Only Self (Southern Lord) – Hardcore
Lord – Desperation Finds Hunger In All Men (Heavy Hound Records) – Sludge/stoner
Lords of The Trident – Shadows From The Past (Junko Johnson) – Heavy metal
Manes – Slow Motion Death Sequence (Debemur Morti) – Experimental 
Mob Rules – Beast Reborn (SPV/Steamhammer) – Power metal
Stern – Missive: Sister Ships (Sleeping Giant Glossolalia) – Experimental
Wilson – Tasty Nasty (Century Media) – Rock
Woorms – The Math Says, Yes (Hospital Records) – Sludge/doom

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