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Accused, The - The Curse of Martha Splatterhead (CD) Cover Art Accused, The - The Curse of Martha Splatterhead (CD)



The Curse of Martha Splatterhead brings us up to date with a band still going after 28 years. To say that their fire has waned would be hugely inaccurate – The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is a ridiculously frenetic and enjoyable album. For the most part, the pace here is an unrelenting display of speed. Drum patterns mix the frenzied but controlled approach you’d expect to find on a Slayer album. The Curse of Martha Splatterhead is an invigorating listen from start to finish. It doesn’t get more cathartic than this.

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Akimbo - City of the Stars (CD) Cover Art Akimbo - City of the Stars (CD)



City of the Stars is heavy but without a ton of distortion, and the songs have an almost mathy-type feel to them. With the jagged, hoarse vocals, Akimbo take on a more abrasive quality. It's a hectic, chaotic album. Songs start and stop without warning, yet all the time maintaining momentum. It’s like they’ve created a perpetual motion machine that runs on madness. If that doesn’t entice you to check them out, I don’t know what will.

The tracks are melodically versatile and the vocals beautifully abrasive. At times it will feel like you're listening to a classic rock station, then swept up by '80s punk and hardcore only to be laid out flat by the intense vocals and riffs. City of the Stars successfully embodies the elements of the hard rock and punk evolution.

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American Heritage - Millenarian (CD) Cover Art American Heritage - Millenarian (CD)



Millenarian is a powerful and intense dose of technical metal. Fuzzy riffs and complex arrangements meld into more traditional metal shredding. There are long passages of instrumental sections punctuated by muffled yelling style vocals. Many comparisons have been made between American Heritage and Mastodon, and their styles are definitely similar, although American Heritage is not a clone and have their own distinctive approach.

American Heritage has tons of quick, angular riffs, but is backed up with some heavy thrash and a lot of loose bottom end crunch. American Heritage sounds as heavy as hell by just playing super tight, super intricate metal - but don't let their technical prowess lead you to believe these guys are "tech." The vocals take a background and the music itself just rides and carries the weight. But I don't mean this is like Pelican with some vocals, it's an integral part, but not the focus. I liken it to a band like Akimbo or Lords hanging out with the dudes and dudette from Kylesa or His Hero is Gone rocking out to Anodyne and playing some raging metal. And, to me, that's what it boils down to.

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Anglo Jackson - The White Elephant E.P. (CD EP) Cover Art Anglo Jackson - The White Elephant E.P. (CD EP)



This four piece kicks out the fuzzy tones for your delight. The overall sound leans towards desert rock, i.e. Queens of the Stone Age, but the distorted bass adds a different element to the band’s sound.

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Apostle of Solitude - Last Sunrise (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Apostle of Solitude - Last Sunrise (IMPORT) (CD)

Features the covers of The Obsessed's "Streetside", The Misfits' "Astro Zombies" and Born Against's "Mary and Child".

It's hard to say if they topped Sincerest Misery, because they didn't try to out-do that album, they came in with a fresh approach and vision, added some new elements, and made an album that stands on its own as undoubtedly one of the finest that will be released in 2010.

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Ascend - Ample Fire Within (CD) Cover Art Ascend - Ample Fire Within (CD)

Features Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) and Greg Anderson (Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Engine Kid) with special guest appearances by Andy Patterson (Iota), Steve Moore (Earth, Sunn0)))), Bubba Dupree (Void) and Kim Thayil (Soundgarden)!

While this collaboration with Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) is slightly less prone to indulge in Sunn0)))'s droning, ambient soundscapes, it's still unconcerned with traditional song structure and the like. It serves as a solid companion piece to Sunn0))).

All of the usual deeply layered, unbelievably dense, strummed harmonics familiar to most of you from Sunn0))), Goatsnake, Burning Witch, and so forth are present on 'Ample Fire Within' in spades, but Ascend is a damn sight more accessible to the general listening public with additional, lighter-toned soundscapes thrown into the mix. Deep acoustics somewhat reminiscent of Earth, eerily distorted Greg Anderson trademark vocals, some great moments of trombone (all too fleeting), organ, and even a Wurlitzer make themselves known on an album that really thrives on all of the variation present. In addition, some of the songs are backed up by a pounding, still glacially slow, percussion from Andy Patterson, thereby giving some needed structure to the exercise.

Ascend is particularly noteworthy in that their style of drone has wonderful contrast drawn between songs with all of the different instrumentation. In addition, subtle changes within an individual song are so seamless that an entirely different sound slowly emerges across a song as the listener is drawn in. Those changes may not entirely register with the listener at first, and that is a fleeting quality that really caught my notice.

In short, Ascend is drone of the highest caliber and will appeal to anyone already interested in the Southern Lord drone pantheon. The lighter moments of 'Ample Fire Within' will also allow Ascend to appeal to those of you that may find Burning Witch and so forth a bit unpalatable.

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Ax, The - Our Queen of Dirt (CD) Cover Art Ax, The - Our Queen of Dirt (CD)



The barebones twosome of guitar and drums is a relatively recent development in popular music, made commonplace by The White Stripes, who were inventive enough to make the pared-down arrangements work. Portland garage-metal-punk duo The Ax aren't as interested in varying the limited template as they are in beefing it up to full power, a throttling twin assault that's intent on crushing the listener like a flapjack. These guys take the funnest part of rock music—the wicked riff—and bring it to the forefront, exaggerating it so that nothing else in the song matters. Our Queen of Dirt is 14 short nuggets of evil-sounding, down-tuned garage rock.

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Bakerton Group, The - El Rojo (CD) Cover Art Bakerton Group, The - El Rojo (CD)

Features 4 members of Clutch!

Produced by Clutch and J. Robbins at Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, MD, "El Rojo" will be the first full tilt release from THE BAKERTON GROUP, the psychedelic instrumental jazz-laden alter ego of Clutch (all 4 original Clutch members make up The Bakerton Group). In addition, Per Wiberg from Opeth was brought in to handle all piano, synth and keyboard duties on all 10 of "El Rojo's" tracks.

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Batillus - Furnace (CD) Cover Art Batillus - Furnace (CD)



New York doom act Batillus is finally dropping the long-awaited debut full-length album “Furnace.” Now fully equipped with a vocalist, Batillus is filling out its sound and taking the reins of its own destiny. The long stretches of simmering doom found in previous outings are all here, but cranked up a notch as the group finds its footing and looks to make an impact on the sludgy metal scene. Fans of massive riffs and being crushed to death in slow motion have got a fantastic album to look forward to in “Furnace.” For a debut full-length, Batillus has done something pretty spectacular.

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Battlefields - Thresholds of Imbalance (CD) Cover Art Battlefields - Thresholds of Imbalance (CD)



Thresholds... is a sprawling, epic affair that delivers plenty of beautiful, lilting atmospheric moments. But a lot of Battlefields’ sound remains rooted in bleak, sludgy doom metal and the combined effect of the two sonic extremes is genuinely thrilling, not to mention refreshing. The new Isis aside, if Thresholds of Imbalance isn’t one of the year’s finest post-millennial doom offerings then I must have missed something very big indeed.

Battlefields keep it organic and make music that’s not about destination but about getting places. For them, it is the road that matters. Battlefields work their atmospheres through time. Slowly developing a post rocking sound that had it come out about nine years ago it would have blown minds, this fledging band adopts a seemingly simplistic stance. Battlefields surprise for their simple aesthetics and their unorthodox addition of infrequent black metal vocals. The end product has depth and the band successfully borrows as much from Slint as from Isis. Name dropping aside, Battlefields puts the ball in the listener’s court. You gotta let this stuff wrap you over. These tunes will slowly take you prisoner, like a fly in a spider web.

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