Nothing unusual about 2011's metal release collective. We've had pleasant surprises, big disappointments, strange follow-ups and mediocre shit. Here, I'll share some thoughts on some of the more talked-about underground releases of 2011. Enjoy.
This one rips with attitude, and not in the cheesy typical way.
It's bestial black/death, but with more slickness and even punk in it that works really well. Shrapnel winds of grinding whirlwind riffs storm around with an upbeat yet destructive vibe to the madness. This album's vibe is like a celebratory rendition of violence and madness.