ALBUM REVIEW: Skin Failure – Radillac


Nothing about Skin Failure resembles the status quo. The artwork is cartoonishly metal; the band’s logo is metallic spray paint; and their debut is a concept album that follows the travails of an interdimensional Jesus.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Terminalist – “Relentless Alteration”

Danish Tech-Thrash band Terminalist will release their debut full-length album, The Great Acceleration, May 7th on LP (limited to 300 black and 100 red copies), cassette, and digital formats on the Indisciplinarian Records label. Pre-orders are now available through the Indisciplinarian webshop at the link below. The self-described HyperThrash band is at times progressive, brutal, and unrelentingly fast. You can check out the bands’ new single and video for “Relentless Alteration” below only at Ghost Cult:

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EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM: Behind The Horror – “Burn Up This Truth”

Modern Metal band Behind The Horror will drop their new album tomorrow – Burn Up This Truth! You can stream the full album here at Ghost Cult right now! The band brings a blend of current and throwback flavors into their metal, with sounds from everyone from Lamb of God, Testament, Warbringer, Bonded By Blood, Megadeth, Holy Grail, Dream Theater, Nevermore, Sepultura, Shadows Fall, and more! Born in Brazil but based in New Jersey, led by brothers Gabriel and Lucas Alves on guitar and drums, you definitely want to hear their over the top style. Check out the stream here!

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Deathrow – Riders Of Doom, Raging Steel, Deception Ignored Reissues

Having recently reissued classic albums by the likes of Kreator, Voivod, Celtic Frost, Tankard, Running Wild, and Skyclad, Noise Records continue raiding their metal pantry, this time with three albums by German thrashers, Deathrow. Continue reading

Voivod – RRRÖÖÖAAARRR, Killing Technology, Dimension Hatröss RE-MASTERS

It’s hard to believe there was a time when Voivod took top billing above the likes of Soundgarden and Faith No More, but in 1990 that’s exactly what happened. The Canadian Thrash Metal pioneers were at the top of their game and seemed almost unstoppable, their lofty position due in no small part to the trifecta of albums which had preceded the release they were touring at the time – 1989’s Nothingface (MCA); an unholy trio of seminal albums that have been lovingly re-mastered and re-released by BMG.Continue reading

Sepultura – Machine Messiah

Sepultura have never been interested in living off of previous successes. Respect the past, guitarist Andreas Kisser always stresses, without being bound by it. And with each new album, they stretch the goalposts a little farther, experiment a little more. Machine Messiah (Nuclear Blast) sees them pushing their creative inspirations further than ever before while maintaining the spirit and strength that has allowed them to thrive for over 30 years.
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Corrosion – Corrosion EP


Having suffered the ignominy of being asked to leave modern metal behemoths Trivium mid-tour, drummer Nick Augusto has wasted little time in pulling together a new project with old school friend Christopher Cussell, Corrosion, who within 12 months of forming, and despite the logistical difference of living in different continents (vocalist/bassist Tommy Hjelm and second guitarist Martin Rygge, both formerly of Intense, being based in Norway), have released their debut EP.

Yet, as the phrase goes, “marry in haste, repent at leisure”, and Augusto’s gusto may be a mis-step, as rushing out a debut release before developing a cohesive style and sound is a sure fire way to put people off and to bury your band. You only get one chance to create a first impression, and all that.

For while Corrosion (Mas Kina) may only be 3 songs, it’s a mess; hopping from Scandinavian based extremity, to ‘core, to chug, to groove, to Tech Metal, but forgetting to bring the songs with them. If it hasn’t been made clear, this is swimming in a different pool to Trivium, and possessing a progressive Thrash bent, but with the jarring juxtaposing sections and Hjelm’s vocals falling short of the standards you’d expect, slipping off key and losing bite in some of his barks, this trans-Atlantic proposition needs to head back to the drawing board and put some hard yards in, not just in terms of working out a style and what they’re trying to do, but also in how to bring their myriad ideas together while raising the overall standard of their output.


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