In episode ten, we discuss the blackened thrashy death metal self-titled LP from Sol de Sangre, the harrowing and engulfing noisescapes of Caustic Reverie’s Ultra Vires, and Unholy Union, the debut feedback-laden EP from Florida-based blackened crust quartet, Cyclopean Blood Temple.
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1. Sol de Sangre - Sol de Sangre
Genre: Death / Thrash / Black
Label: Self-released (with physical distribution through Black Market Metal)
From: Colombia (currently reside in Vancouver, BC)
2. Caustic Reverie - Ultra Vires
Genre: Drone Ambient / Noise Ambient
From: Key Largo, FL
Album Description (per Caustic Reverie’s page):
“A companion album to the 2008 release Inadmissible Evidence. The elements were isolated, tape-treated, revamped, and otherwise tortured into new shapes and textures.”
3. Cyclopean Blood Temple - Unholy Union
Genre: Blackened Crust / Death / Grind / Hardcore Punk
From: Gainesville, FL