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Peter Morsellino
Peter Morsellino is an insufferable child, stinking of bourbon and failure. Based in Upstate NY, Pete fills his days as Associate Editor of the Tales to Terrify Podcast and as a frequent contributor to The Sludgelord. Instagram @pmorsellino

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Review: The Black Dahlia Murder “Verminous” [Metal Blade Records]

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After three long years, The Black Dahlia Murder returns with their most ambitious album to date. Opening a new chapter in their illustrious career, the Michigan death metal ...
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Review: Dismal “Memento Mori” [Australis Records]

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I’ll try to make this as short and sweet as I possibly can, but first I’d like to take a step out from behind the curtain. When I ...
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Review: DEPRAVATION “III:Odor Mortis” [Lifeforce Records]

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With a crushing sound spawned straight from the bowels of hell, Germany’s Depravation return with an album filled to the brim with Metal mayhem. Taking influence from hardcore, ...
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Review: AZUSA “Loop of Yesterdays” [Indie Recordings]

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Witness the birth of DreamGrind. Mixing ethereal beauty with harmonic dissonance, Azusa explore new sonic ground with their sophomore release, Loop of Yesterdays. An auditory hallucination that spans ...
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Review: Voices Of Ruin “Path To Immortality” [M-Theory Audio]

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From Anaheim California comes Voices of Ruin, with possibly the most rock solid album that I’ve heard in a very long time. Path to Immortality is start to ...
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Review: Sacred Sin “Born Suffer Die” [Lusitanian Music]

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Portugal’s Sacred Sin returns with three furious death metal tracks. Born Suffer Die provides a small taste of the capabilities of the group, including the return of the ...
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Review: SUUM “Cryptomass” [Seeing Red Records]

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Fuzz is one of the earliest forms of artificially created distortion to be used on the guitar. Over the years the sound has changed drastically in many ways, ...
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Review: SLAUGHTER MESSIAH “Cursed To The Pyre” [High Roller Records]

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It is an interesting task to attempt to recreate the past while reaching forward. Really it is the main objective of almost the entire stoner doom genre. But ...
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Review: Neaera “Neaera” [Metal Blade Records]

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While often frowned upon by Death Metal purists, you have to admit that the Melodic Death Metal scene has bestowed some amazing material on us. After a seven ...
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Review: Funeral Cult “Possession Done” [Lusitanian Music]

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Funeral Cult return after a too-long forced hiatus to torture our souls with new EP, Possession Done. While not much (certainly not enough), these three tracks come with ...
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Review: ELDEN “Nostromo” [Fuzzorama Records]

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Some sounds simply never grow old. With a seventies powerhouse sound flush with modern energy, Nostromo firmly plants Elden into this category. The sophomore outing from the Swedish ...
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Review: STALLION “Slaves Of Time” [High Roller Records]

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Right up front, let’s be perfectly clear. You’re either going to like this one of you’re not. Such is the gamble with niche artists such as German throwbacks ...
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Review: KONVENT “Puritan Masochism” [Napalm Records]

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Copenhagen quartet Konvent are looking to claim the throne as queens of the death/doom genre. With their debut album, Puritan Masochism, they make a pretty strong case. With ...
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