Welcome to yet another track reviews episode. This is a sub-series where Derek, Connor, and myself select six tracks, EPs, or splits, to chat about in a format more relaxed than our usual weekly album review podcast episodes. No genre theme or gimmick is adhered to here. In this episode, we ramble about Necrot’s grisly cast of molting death metal, the blistering mathcore neuroses spilling from Voidbloom’s The Tongues of God, worming bass lines smothered in belly-button hair from Dublin-based noise-rockers Shifting, and the opulent decay of metropolises as reflected by avant-garde mask adorners, Imperial Triumphant. A myriad of other tonal qualities permeate the discussion, but we’ll leave those remaining timbres for you to discover.
We hope you find at least one of the tracks or EPs discussed here intriguing. Below you will find embed players to peruse each piece in full, in addition to social media links and some other cursory details. If you have some suggestions for tracks, EPs, or splits for us to review in this series, please feel to send them along to us at email@example.com, or reach out to us on the various social media platforms where we exist. Send us the strangest and most outlandish music you can find! Thank you so much for tuning in.
1. Necrot - "Stench of Decay"
2. Black Palm - Ennui
3. Voidbloom - The Tongues of God
4. Powerman 5000 - "Black Lipstick"
5. Shifting - "Spudgasm"
Label: Permafrost, Marmoud Gabuasso Whosbrain Records, and Constant Disappointment Records
Genre: Noise rock
6. Imperial Triumphant - "Rotted Futures"
Label: Century Media Records
Genre: Avant-garde, Progressive metal
From: New York City
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