Russia bands the album artwork and (Russian translated) lyrics of Death Metal giants Cannibal Corpse; we touchdown on comet, Aerosmith's Spotify streams increase; Pomplamoose band members does something slightly shady.
Goatwhore's fifth album, the brutally thunderous Blood for the Master, was released early last year to overwhelmingly positive response, including an 8/10 review from Metal bible, Decibel Magazine.
If you like your Death Metal with a side of Motörhead, a splash of
Jägermeister and more than a touch of evil, Goatwhore is your cup of
black tar tea.
In the realm of Death
Metal and Grindcore, Dying Fetus is more than good; it’s a band that has
not only survived and thrived over the past two decades, but has
managed to become an enduring influence on subsequent musical
Death Metal bands have aroused as much fan passion or public outcry as Cannibal
Corpse. Cannibal Corpse has long defended the murder and mayhem in its lyrics as
nothing more than graphically gory short stories, fictional exaggerations of
real life’s more brutal aspects. The band’s fans clearly understand the
distinction and will turn out in droves to feel Cannibal Corpse’s
self-described “anger music” in their unspilled entrails.