My Apologies...

It has been a long while since I've posted anything here. A lot of the upload sites, more specifically Mediafire, have become far too uptight about copyrighting and have even been deleting material created by myself, for myself. Of course this means a lot of the material posted here has been deleted, even though it was all submitted personally by the artists themselves. File hosting has become too exhausting.
I shall leave this blog for anyone that wishes to sift through the music and cross their fingers for a good upload, but I doubt I'll be posting anything again.
Thank you to all the musicians that once submitted their material. It was much appreciated and enjoyed by many. Keep it up.

Halalnihil ‎– Megbaszni Minden Rákos Embert A Földön


Halalnihil ‎– Megbaszni Minden Rákos Embert A Földön (Tape) (2012)
Power Electronics
Hungary
Side A
Első rész
Második rész
Side B
Harmadik rész
Negyedik rész

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The Grey Sun


The Grey Sun - Promo (2012)
Post Black Metal
Venezuela

François D'Eybastens - Quantum Field


François D'Eybastens - Quantum Field (2012)
Dark Ambient Drone
1. Stratospherix Trip
2. Disable the System
3. Sea of Clouds
4. Inverted World


For more music byFrançois D'Eybastens, and to purchase the album please visit http://deybastens.bandcamp.com/album/quantum-field

For more music from Textural Records, please click the image below.



Celephaïs - Tir n'a n'Og


Celephaïs - Tir n'a n'Og  (2012)
Post Black Metal 
Germany
1. Wisdom
2. Tir n'a n'Og 


For more music by Celephaïs, and to purchase the album please visit http://celephas.bandcamp.com/album/tir-na-nog


Twilight Fauna - The Grotesque Travesty


Twilight Fauna - The Grotesque Travesty (2012)
Atmospheric Metal
Appalachia, US
1. The Autumn Moon
2. City of Eternal Rain
3. Forgotten Dusk
4. Unnatural Transgressions
5. A Covenant Born in Silence
6. A Dim Light in the Distance


 For more music by Twilight Fauna, and to purchase the album please visit http://twilightfauna.bandcamp.com/

Halalnihil ‎– Pyrocumulonimbus


   Halalnihil ‎– Pyrocumulonimbus (2012)
Experimental Power Noise
Hungary
1. Cirrus Soreness 
2. Looking For Love Through Vomit-Soaked Values 
3. Vernichtung
4.  Smoke The Bones Of Neutrality
5. Humiliation For All Ages
6. Prostitution Tragedy 
7. What The Future Should Be
8. Pyrocumulonimbus

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Halalnihil - What The Future Should Be


Halanihil - What The Future Should Be (2012)
Experimental Power Noise
Hungary
1. What The Future Should Be 
2.  Gargoyle Guardian 
3. Fuck Wolf Puppies And Their Dead Mother 
4. What The Future Should Be [Instrumental Mix] 

Halalnihil - Freedom Destroyer


Halalnihil - Freedom Destroyer (2012)
Experimental Power Noise
Hungary
1. Total Castrationism 
2. Dissembler Religion Gives Scrotum Needles 
3. Still Extremely Worthless
4. Queen Torment  
5. Dissembler Religion Gives Scrotum Needles [Raw Acapella] 

 

Astral Monolith - Astral Monolith


Astral Monolith - Astral Monolith (2012)
Depressive Black Metal
1. Lamb Behind the Mask of Madness
 2. Disposal of the Dead Flesh
3. Dweller of Motionless Rivers
4. When Silence Becomes a Nurture
5. Shotgun to the Mouth Redemption
6. Λstral Λequilibrivm
7. Black vΩid Nihilvm
8. Regressvs Λd Infinitvm
9. Jovrney Throvgh the Dvst
10. Ritvals ov Monolith

 

Basement Torture Killings - The First Cumming


Basement Torture Killings - The First Cumming (2009)
Death Metal/Grindcore
London, UK
1. Gore Bukkake
2. Perfect Pornstar Flesh
3. Dill Bit Erotica
4. Cut, Drained and Disposted
5. Necrophiled and Cannibalised 
6.  Foetus Eater

Halalnihil - Zealot Mercenary


Halalnihil - Zealot Mercenary (2012)
Experimental Power Noise
Hungary
1. Home As Otthon
2.  Treadle With Bare Feet

 

Rat Faced Bastard

Rat Faced Bastard are an up and coming grindcore/death metal four piece straight out of Newcastle. They've already been a part of a Terrorizer Grindhouse event and you can find them gigging regularly around the North East. Their recently released first demo can be found on their Facebook page with a free download! Check it out immediately, just click the picture above.

Foul Body Autopsy - ..,And The World Looked On In Horror



It's been a while since Foul Body Autopsy's previous EP, and this is just a taste of what the next one has to offer. If you're like me, you'll be waiting anxiously. Artwork courtesy of Arif Rot of Wormrot. Feel free to check out more of his work at Rotworks

Decapitated w/ Aborted [2]

As expected the Decapitated and Aborted gig in Nottingham went very well. I had the honour of being guest-listed for the event, and with the spare cash I went straight for the merchandise on sale. It's always nice to see Sven of Aborted selling his own t-shirts and CDs. The Rescue Rooms had surprisingly great audio quality on the night, which definitely went towards doing the four bands justice.
Tom of Foul Body Autopsy was the first to grace the stage, and began playing as soon as the doors opened. I've complained numerous times in the past about having to wait around for bands to begin the show at local gigs, so to hear the music right after walking in was a delightful change. After playing his usual short winded and brutal set list, he ended with his new track '...And The World Looked On In Horror'. I've had the opportunity to see Foul Body Autopsy play live on several occasions, and had not yet heard the new track. It came as quite a surprise to me to hear how excellent it was, and how far Tom has progressed in such a short time. Unlike his other songs consisting of blasting death metal from start to finish '...And The World Looked On In Horror' displays Tom's advance in song composing. The groovy riffs and instrumental leading to strong black metal elements throughout made for an exhilarating live outro. I'd gladly pay to see it all over again.
Cyanide Serenity had pulled out a couple of weeks before it went ahead, only to be replaced by Trifixion, which in my opinion was quite fortunate. The only downside of Trifixion's performance was the lack of excitement in the crowd. Whilst all other bands received a great reaction from the fans and even had their own pits, Trifixion had accepted that most people had come for Aborted and Decapitated. So whilst they lacked enthusiasm, they still managed to put on a good show, and considering it was my first time listening to them, I was quite impressed. They certainly deserved a lot more attention than they received on the night.
Anyone who has ever seen Aborted live probably has a pretty good idea of how their set went. Their stage presence is second to none. From the get go the intensity of Sven brings the crowd alive. This being the eighth time I've seen Aborted and they never grow old. Each and every show is just as thrilling as the last, and this time around they played a few from their recent album 'Global Flatline'. In my opinion, it's one of their best albums to date, and played live it's even better. Playing through a few small technical errors never stopped them. (The bass from the guitarist's amp was so powerful it managed to push the mic away). After closing up the gig with the obligatory 'Nailed Through Her Cunt', the crowd is left in the knowledge that this gig was worth every penny, and more.
After seeing the lineup for this event, I was most excited for Aborted, who never failed to deliver the performance I expected. However, this being the first time I'd listen to more than a few Decapitated songs in a row, I wasn't sure what to expect from the headliners. After skimming through their most recent album 'Carnival Is Forever', my initial impression was that the Polish tech death trio had moved into the 'djent' direction. The atmosphere as Decapitated paced onto the stage was energetic. A lot of the audience had turned out just for them, and they weren't disappointed. I was hoping for more of a drum solo from Krimh, but I settled for some more than satisfactory guitar solos by Vogg. After maintaining the intensity throughout songs like 'The Knife', 'Day 69' and an especially great rendition of '404' they closed the show with 'Spheres of Madness'. The crowd chanted for an encore, which was never to come. I left the Rescue Rooms with goosebumps, some slight tinnitus, and a whole new opinion on Decapitated.