Interview: Bloody Sadism (Iranian solo grind project)

November 9, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Here is an interview with Bloody Sadism conducted by Noob Heavy writer Mass. Typically I (Carcassbomb) have done all of the interviews and this is the first one by someone else, as such I have left the formatting closer to their own preferences and hopefully I’ll see more in the future from all of our scenes. Here’s an insight into the world of Iranian metal, which is a very underground and subversive part of their culture.

Micro Dose: Vagrant – The Rise Of Norn (2019)

October 8, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Verdict: A diverse musical experience that features some symphonic undertones and melodic death riffs. Add to this combination an ounce of folk to bring the medley to combination. Each song on the album presents almost a separate aspect of the band’s work and each is worthy on its own merits. Quite a worthy album, considering it is the German’s debut.

Review: Insomnium – Heart Like A Grave 9.6

October 6, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Insomnium – the band that got me hooked on melodic death metal for life. And here we are with their latest album, Heart Like a Grave. And what a gem of an album it is! The sound of the album and the image it depicts through words and melodies are as bleak and dispirited as the taiga forests and fens of their motherland in winter. It takes the cheery and chirpy soul and renders it depressed and forlorn, casting it into the abyss of desolation.

Hard Album Review: Opeth – In Cauda Venenum 8.5

October 4, 2019 CarcassBOMB 0

Very few names in the history of prog metal can shine as dazzlingly as Opeth does, and even fewer bands have had such a repertoire of stunning albums as those of Opeth throughout their career of 30 years. They have established themselves as an undisputable act of Swedish metal and have also been able to garner a huge fan base in addition to instilling imposing respect among fellow musicians and critics alike. Their brand of progressive death metal in their early years and their own take on progressive metal in their midcareer were the main basis for this awe-inspiring stature the band enjoys these days. However, starting maybe with Heritage (2011), the band inclined ever more toward progressive rock, bringing their metal roots with themselves to this rather ‘new’ sphere – of course ‘new’ for the band. Taking this different approach, they proved to prioritize progression and holding this issue above all else. They are a true “progressive” band.