Called To Rise – Oblivion

Year Released: 2013 (some versions say 2012) Genre: Technical Death Metal Country: USA Availability: Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Bandcamp, Amazon, Google Play Similar Artists: Necrophagist, Obscura, Pavor Members you might know: Nick Vasallo Known as the "Father of Deathcore", Vasallo formed the band Antagony, the band that is said to have started deathcore. Beniko Orum Has … Continue reading Called To Rise – Oblivion

Never We See – Never We See

Year Released: 2011 Genre: Progressive Death Metal, Deathrash Country: USA Availability: Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify Similar Artists: Atheist A one-man project from Chicago, Never We See shows a variety of different styles in his debut album, Never We See.  From the thrashy riffs of "The Sanctity of Secrets" to the serene acoustics of "Mental-Phrenic", Timothy … Continue reading Never We See – Never We See

Breaking Point – Heretic

Artwork by Jacqueline Dilworth Year Released: 1988 Genre: Power Thrash Metal Country: USA Availability: YouTube, Amazon Similar Artists: Metal Church, Flotsam And Jetsam, Paradox Vocal Style: High Members you might know: Mike Howe Has been the current vocalist for Metal Church since 2015 and was also with them from 1988-1995. Brian Korban Was the guitarist … Continue reading Breaking Point – Heretic

Bloodshed Across The Empyrean Altar Beyond The Celestial Zenith – Inquisition

Throughout their discography, Inquisition has managed to do something completely unique. They have taken black metal and given it tempo changes that may be found in death metal, different parts to each song as found in thrash metal, and an interesting vocal style found in no other band (if there is one, let me know in the comments). Inquisition is making a legacy for themselves, and it's one that will last forever.

Obscure Verses For The Multiverse – Inquisition

Year Released: 2013 Genre: Black Metal Country: Colombia/USA Similar Artists: Immortal, Taake, Mgla Availability: iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp, YouTube Vocal Style: Monotone, deep, very raspy, smothered in reverb, very reptilian Three years after their fifth album, Inquisition released Obscure Verses For The Multiverse.  It starts out with "Force of the Floating Tomb".  Boasting a multitude … Continue reading Obscure Verses For The Multiverse – Inquisition

Ominous Doctrines on the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm – Inquisition

Year Released: 2010 Genre: Black Metal Country: Colombia/USA Similar Artists: Immortal, Taake, Mgla Availability: iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp, YouTube Vocal Style: Monotone, deep, very raspy, smothered in reverb, very reptilian Just three years after Nefarious Dismal Orations, Inquisition released their fifth full-length. Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm starts out with a melodic … Continue reading Ominous Doctrines on the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm – Inquisition

Nefarious Dismal Orations – Inquisition

Year Released: 2007 Genre: Black Metal Country: Colombia/USA Similar Artists: Immortal, Taake, Mgla Availability: iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp, YouTube Vocal Style: Monotone, deep, very raspy, smothered in reverb, very reptilian With a growing fanbase feeding off of their first three albums, Inquisition releases a fourth studio full-length, Nefarious Dismal Orations. The album starts with … Continue reading Nefarious Dismal Orations – Inquisition