This week, death metal band Six Feet Under released a single off their upcoming album, Nightmares Of The Decomposed. “Zodiac” is a slow-moving piece with very, VERY rough vocals from Chris Barnes, whose voice has gone through a lot the past few decades from fronting Cannibal Corpse to Six Feet Under. It was so provoking, that the video on Metal Blade’s YouTube channel has its comments disabled and sits at an alarming like/dislike ratio.
Coming straight from the depths of the pet cemetery comes two utterly disgusting slamming deathcore outfits, and they made a slamming deathcore split together. Litterbox Massacre is a rising star in the scene and has recently signed inked with Realityfade Records. Litterbox Massacre surfaced with their crushing debut EP “Welcome To The Scratching Post” in 2019. Litterbox Massacre up the ante on their debut full length album “The Rise of Lucifur” – which saw it’s release earlier this year.
The Dog Park Incident is the band that joined Litterbox Massacre on this collection of pet friendly tracks. The Dog Park Incident is a one man band that rose from the grave the same year the world decided to collapse, 2020. The collaboration between the two has proven to be quite the combination. That combination is their split EP “Primal Apawcalpyse” (Cute name, right?). The EP runs roughly for 14 minutes, and throughout those 14 minutes not an ounce of momentum is lost. Primal Apawcalpyse showcases what Litterbox Massacre has perfected in terms of their sound, as well as showcase the potential of The Dog Park Incident.
After their video for “In The End” became one of just a handful of music videos on Youtube to reach the staggering one billion stream mark, legendary rock band Linkin Park have reached a new milestone with their debut album, Hybrid Theory. While we already know the album is one of the top 50 best selling albums (worldwide) of all time, that doesn’t make their newest accolade any less memorable.
The deathcore genre has seeds sprouting in every direction – one of the seeds is the new band Crawling Through Tartarus and man are they fierce. The inland based group made their debut a strong one with their song “Hell’s Kitchen”. The release came complete with a telling music video that captures the song’s vision. Crawling Through Tartarus manages to capture exhilarating yet brutal forces within their waveforms. We are pretty confident these guys are going to continue to grow and release fierce bangers.